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The Legend Of Andrew McGrew - Don McLean - Solo (Vinyl, LP)


Download The Legend Of Andrew McGrew - Don McLean - Solo (Vinyl, LP)
1976
Label: United Artists Records - UA LA-652-H2 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP • Country: Israel • Genre: Rock • Style: Acoustic


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8 Comments

  • Voodoolkis says:
    Homeless Brother () Solo (LIVE) () Prime Time () Solo is a Don McLean double live album. It was recorded live in Manchester, Bristol, London, and Oxford, England.
  • Gardalar says:
    The Legend of Andrew McCrew Don McLean. Album Homeless Brother. The Legend of Andrew McCrew Lyrics. There was a mummy at the fair, all crumpled in a folding chair.
  • Doubei says:
    The Legend of Andrew McCrew This song is by Don McLean and appears on the album Homeless Brother () and on the album Solo (). There was a mummy at the fair, all crumpled in a folding chair. The people passed, but didn't care that the mummy was a man, So tell me if you can Who are.
  • Vujinn says:
    Label: United Artists Records - 5C /80 • Series: The Rainbow Collection • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album Gatefold • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Rock • Style: Acoustic Don McLean - Solo (, Gatefold, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(13).
  • Vora says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Terre Haute Pressing Vinyl release of Solo on Discogs.
  • Taull says:
    Homeless Brother is an album by American singer-songwriter Don McLean, released in It was reissued by BGO Records in
  • Tojakus says:
    Well, Andrew McCrew must have lost his way 'Cause though he died long ago he was buried today. [Verse 1:] Down on nightmare alley, where the shady people sway a hobo came a-hikin' on a salty summer day Well he hopped a freight in Dallas, and he rode out of sight But on a turn he slipped, and he lost his grip and he fell in-to the night. [Repeat.
  • Tenris says:
    Throughout the 70's and 80's Don McLean recorded a series of fine folk/pop/sort of country albums that went over very well with a dedicated core audience. This song from one of his lesser efforts tells the true story of Andrew McCrew, a poor black hobo who couldn't even afford to pay for his own burial/5(2).

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