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You Got Me Runnin - Wizzard (2) - Introducing Eddy And The Falcons (CD, Album)

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  1. Listen free to Wizzard – Introducing Eddy and the Falcons (Intro, Eddy's Rock and more). 10 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at erurarmisitarnanagedodela.coinfo
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Wizzard - Introducing Eddy And The Falcons at Discogs. Complete your Wizzard collection/5(97).
  3. Jan 30,  · Introducing Eddy and the Falcons visit my channel. Wizzard - You Got Me Running - Duration: Roy Wood / Wizzard - Introducing Eddy and the Falcons (Full Album, ) - .
  4. Additional Track Information Introducing Eddy & The Falcons CD music Description Digitally remastered from the original master tapes, this is a reissue of the album by this glam/ pop band fronted by Roy Wood, the eccentric English multi-instrumentalist/ co-founder of both The Move and Electric Light Orchestra.
  5. The album cover creates an instant image of the music you can expect to hear when you put "Intro Ducing Eddy And The Falcons " into your CD Player. It is steeped in rock and roll. Roy Wood has produced an excellent album, plagerising the styles of many of .
  6. Watch the video for You Got Me Runnin' from Wizzard's Introducing Eddy and the Falcons for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  7. Since Roy Wood loves music more than the nostalgia, on Wizzard's early rock & roll tribute Introducing Eddy & the Falcons he doesn't offer an oldie pastiche, a la Sha Na Na. Wood takes this project very seriously even when he's offering gentle satire. He wrote eight different stylistic and artistic tributes, summarizing with the closing "We're Gonna Rock n Roll Tonight," a song that recalls 6/
  8. The latter was released in as Introducing Eddy & the Falcons, a record for the most part more formally ambitious and historically revisionist than Wizzard's usual 45 rpm fare (or the nostalgic dreck of Sha Na Na) but more streamlined and polished for radioplay than the proto-psychobilly nightmare of their near-brilliant and sadly misunderstood debut/5(12).

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