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I Miss You Most Of All - Ian Whitcomb - Under The Ragtime Moon (CD, Album)

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  1. Ian Whitcomb Under The Ragtime Moon Japanese CD album (CDLP) Tracklisting / Additional Info: I'm Certainly Living A Ragtime Life Mammy's Little Pumpkin Coloured Coons Wigwam Wigwalk Ruff Johnson's Harmony Band Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula Lawns Of Louisiana The Day That The Ladies Take Power I Miss You Most Of All They Go Wild, Simply Wild Over Me.
  2. Mar 02,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - "Don't Say Goodbye, Miss Ragtime!" ~ Ian Whitcomb ~ Part 6 of 6 YouTube Jonathan Winters on the Tonight Show 8 25 - Duration:
  3. martzep 2nd Mar IAN WHITCOMB There always was a debate as to whether Page played on the single "The End"/"N N N Nervous", in fact Whitcomb says it was James Burton until Page recently listed on his official Sessions Discography section that he played on "N N N Nervous" and "Sugar Baby" and also on "Good Hard Rock"/"High Blood Pressure".
  4. RIP Ian Whitcomb , +,deadpeoplecom,A moment of silence for Ian Whitcomb - #IanWhitcomb #Ian #Whitcomb #rip RT @Folkrox: Another British Invader lost. Most famous for his one big hit "You Turn Me On," Ian Whitcomb made many records.
  5. Ian Timothy Whitcomb (born 10 July , Woking, Surrey) is an English entertainer, singer-songwriter, record producer, and agakelvmarijurusandromadar.xyzinfo part of the British Invasion, his hit song "You Turn Me On" reached number 8 on Billboard Hot chart in He has written several books on popular music, beginning with After the Ball, published by Penguin Books (Britain) and Simon & Schuster (United.
  6. Ian’s interest in ragtime songs spilled over into an LP for the British branch of United Artists, “Under The Ragtime Moon” (). He also made an LP for Argo, a branch of British Decca, called “Hip Hooray, Neville Chamberlain”. Around this time MGM finally released the Mae West album .
  7. You Turn Me On) Ian Whitcomb s amazing re-creation of the music played on the Titanic as it went down won a Grammy for its elaborate packaging, and set new standards for historically-minded recordings. (You'll Miss Me In The Days To Come): You'll Miss Me In The Days To Come In all, this is a very enjoyable album, well worth having /5(6).
  8. I Miss You Most Of All: B1: They Go Wild, Simply Wild Over Me: B2: That Twentieth Century Rag: B3: Dance And Grow Thin: B4: Robinson Crusoe's Isle: B5: Le Temps Du Chiffon: B6: I Didn't Raise My Boy To Be A Soldier: B7: When Alexander Takes His Ragtime Band To France: B8: We're Going To Celebrate The End Of The War In Ragtime (Be Sure That.

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