The Family Dogg - A Way Of Life Anthology (1967-1976) MP3/Flac

The Family Dogg - A Way Of Life Anthology (1967-1976)
Artist: The Family Dogg
Title Of Album: A Way Of Life Anthology 1967-1976
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: RPM records / Retro D947
Genre: Soft Rock, Pop Rock
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 157:24 min
Total Size: 365 / 939 MB


1-1 -Steve Rowland So Sad
1-2 -Steve Rowland I See Red
1-3 -Family Dogg The Storm
1-4 -Family Dogg Family Dog
1-5 -Family Dogg I'll Wear A Silly Grin
1-6 -Family Dogg Couldn't Help It
1-7 -Family Dogg Brown - Eyed Girl
1-8 -Family Dogg Let It Rain
1-9 -Family Dogg A Way Of Life
1-10 -Family Dogg Throw It Away
1-11 -Family Dogg Julie's Just Gone
1-12 -Family Dogg All The Best Songs And Marches
1-13 -Family Dogg In The Ghetto
1-14 -Family Dogg Today I Killed A Man I Didn't Know
1-15 -Family Dogg Pattern People
1-16 -Family Dogg Save The Life Of My Child
1-17 -Family Dogg Love Minus Zero - No Limit
1-18 -Family Dogg Reflections (Of Your Face)
1-19 -Family Dogg Run,Run,Run,Fly,Fly,Fly
1-20 -Family Dogg Moonshine Mary
1-21 -Family Dogg You Were On My Mind
1-22 -Family Dogg Place In The Sun
1-23 -Family Dogg Arizona
1-24 -Family Dogg The House In The Heather
1-25 -Pancho & Cisco Follow The Leader (As Pancho & Cisco)
1-26 -Pancho & Cisco Time Of Your Life (As Pancho & Cisco)
1-27 -Steve Rowland We Stand Closer Together - Steve Rowland
2-1 -Steve & Albert Follow The Bouncing Ball (As Steve & Albert)
2-2 -Steve & Albert I Don't Wanna Go To Sleep Again (As Steve & Albert)
2-3 -Family Dogg When Tomorrow Comes Tomorrow
2-4 -Family Dogg This Unhappy Heart Of Mine
2-5 -Steve Rowland & Family Dogg, The* Sympathy (Steve Rowland & The Family Dogg
2-6 -Ireen Sheer Big Yellow Taxi - Ireen Sheer
2-7 -Ireen Sheer I Don't Wanna Go To Sleep Again - Ireen Sheer
2-8 -Ireen Sheer Hey Pleasure Man(You've Done It Again) - Ireen Sheer
2-9 -Ireen Sheer You Walked Away - Ireen Sheer
2-10 -Family Dogg Coat Of Many Colours
2-11 -Family Dogg Jesus Loves Me
2-12 -Family Dogg I Wonder
2-13 -Family Dogg Rikers Island
2-14 -Family Dogg Like Janis
2-15 -Family Dogg Crucify Your Mind
2-16 -Family Dogg Trying To Put On Me
2-17 -Family Dogg We Have All Been Saved
2-18 -Family Dogg Sweet America
2-19 -Family Dogg Inner City Blues
2-20 -Family Dogg Forget It
2-21 -Family Dogg Bethel Town Mission
2-22 -Family Dogg Advice To Smokey Robinson
2-23 -Family Dogg Child Of Clay
2-24 -Family Dogg Uptown, Uptempo Woman

The Family Dogg were a British harmony pop act revolving around the talents of writer/singer/producers Steve Rowland, Albert Hammond and Mike Hazlewood. Rowland was an American actor who met Hammond in Spain. In 1966, they formed Family Dogg with Hazelwood and singer Christine Holmes (alias Kristine Sparkle), which competed for their time with hit productions for the likes of Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich and The Herd. Family Dogg debuted with a stunning cover of The Bee Gees The Storm for MGM in late 1967. Two singles followed on Fontana (which followed a solo single for the label by Steve Rowland) before the group landed at Bell Records in early 1969, where they immediately scored a UK # 6 hit with A Way Of Life. An album followed, named after their hit, boasting among the session players three-quarters of Led Zeppelin and Elton John! In 1972, a new-look Family Dogg (with vocalist Ireen Sheer) returned on Buddah Records. By this time, Rowland was producing the then-unknown singer-songwriter Rodriguez (recently immortalised in the documentary film Sugar Man). As a result, Family Dogg recorded half a dozen Rodriguez songs during this period including his exclusive composition ''Advice To Smokey"
The Family Dogg - A Way Of Life Anthology (1967-1976)
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