Category: Classic Rock


  1. Feeling good was easy Lord when Bobby sang the blues Feeling good was good enough for me. and Bobby McGee From the coalmines of Kentucky, to the California sun Bobby shared the secrets of my soul Standin' right beside me Lord, through everything I'd done And every night she kept me from the cold Then somewhere near Salinas Lord, I let her slip.
  2. A nice Bobby McGee, good vintage Scarlet, one of the better "album version" Loose Lucy's, although they get out of it by the skin of their teeth. And check out Phil's thunderous beginning to the min. PITB! Donna. Oh, what's the point? Just beware. Second set is pretty good, culminating with an Eyes > Wharf Rat > S. Mag.
  3. Me And Bobby Mcgee. Me And Bobby Mcgee Rita Coolidge Gold Diggers Kris Kristofferson Women Of Rock Country Music Artists A Star Is Born Music People Johnny Cash. Till I Can Gain Control Again by Waylon Jennings from his Ol' Waylon album.
  4. Jul 15,  · From Wikipedia re: "Me and Bobby McGee": Joplin recorded the song for inclusion on her Pearl album only a few days before her death in October And she had left Big Brother before that. So Onward State and Alumninsider had that wrong. I believe they also have the wrong date.
  5. Jack (Willem) de Nijs, artist name Jack Jersey (18 July — 26 May ), was a Dutch singer, composer, arranger, lyricist and producer of light music (popular music) who worked for national and international artists. He had his own production company, J.R. (Jeetzi-Rah) which means "Creation" / "Creational world" in Hebrew. He discovered artists such as André Moss, .
  6. Me And Bobby McGee Lyrics: Busted flat in Baton Rouge, headin' for the trains / Feelin' nearly faded as my jeans / Bobby thumbed a diesel down just .
  7. "Me and Bobby McGee" is a song written by American singer-songwriter Kris Kristofferson and originally performed by Roger Miller. Fred Foster shares the writing credit, as Kristofferson intended. A posthumously released version by Janis Joplin topped the U.S. singles chart in , making the song the second posthumously released No. 1 single in U.S. chart history after .
  8. The song Me and Bobby McGee was written by Kris Kristofferson and Fred Foster and was first recorded and released by Roger Miller in It was covered by Barbara Ray, Al Hooper, Wanita, J. Tex & The Volunteers and other artists.
  9. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Good For Gold on Discogs.2/5(2).

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