Hi Ho Silver Lining" is a rock song, written by American songwriters Scott English and Larry Weiss and first released as a single in March 1967 by The Attack, followed a few days later by Jeff Beck. Because Beck's version charted first, the song is most often associated with him. The song was not included on the album Truth when first released in 1968 (but is a bonus track on the 2006 reissue)
There is nothing wrong with the material on this album, but it is better heard on the original albums for which it was recorded instead of on this random budget compilation.
A1 –The Rolling Stones Honky Tonk Women A2 –Rod Stewart Maggie May A3 –Free All Right Now A4 –The Spencer Davis Group Keep On Running A5 –Roxy Music Virginia Plain A6 –Derek & The Dominoes Layla A7 –Jeff Beck Hi Ho Silver Lining A8 –Dexys Midn. Не играет? Обнови должно помочь.
Hi Ho Silver Lining" (stereo mix). Scott English, Laurence Weiss. Jeff Beck – electric guitars, acoustic guitar on "Greensleeves"; pedal steel guitar on "Shapes of Things"; bass guitar on "Ol' Man River"; lead vocals on "Tallyman" and "Hi Ho Silver Lining", backing vocals on "Let Me Love You". Rod Stewart – lead vocals, possible backing vocal on "Tallyman". Ronnie Wood – bass guitar. Micky Waller – drums.
Hi-Ho Silver Lining Lyrics. You're everywhere and nowhere baby, that's where you're at Going down a bumpy hillside, in your hippy hat Flying across the country, and getting fat Saying everything is groovy, when your tires are flat. And it's high ho silver lining, and away you go now baby I see your sun is shining But I won't make a fuss, though it's obvious . Written by Larry Weiss and Scott English, this 1967 hit was released by Jeff Beck and The Attack almost simultaneously. Hi-Ho Silver Lining" Track Info.
Watch the video for Hi Ho Silver Lining from Jeff Beck's The Boat That Rocked for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. According to the Hi Ho Silver Lining Songfacts, at times with the words adapted, the song is the official anthem of Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club and the unofficial anthem of the City of Wolverhampton.
Jeff Beck-Hi Ho Silver Lining Sheet Music, guitar tabs, bass tabs, chords and guitar pro tabs.
Hi Ho Silver Lining" was written by two commercial American songwriters: Scott English and Larry Weiss. It was recorded simultaneously or near simultaneously by The Attack and by Beck; the band's version was released in March 1967, but Beck's version charted first. Recorded on January 19, 1967 at De Lane Lea Studios, London, and running to 2 minutes and 53 seconds, it was produced by Mickie Most (who discovered Suzi Quatro) and released on the Columbia label backed by "Bolero" (or "Beck's Bolero"). Dave Ambrose played the bass and Clem Cattini the.
℗ 1967 Original sound recording made by RAK Records Ltd.
A Mickie Most production.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
Matrix / Runout (Stamped, A side): RR 3 A-3-1-1-20
Matrix / Runout (Stamped, B side): RR 3 B-3-1-1-1Ͻ
Matrix / Runout (Hand Etched, Side A): Nickz
Hi Ho Silver Lining (7", Single)
S-313, S 313
Hi Ho Silver Lining (7", Ltd, RE, Red)
Epic, Sundazed Music
S-313, S 313
Hi Ho Silver Lining (12", Single)
Hi Ho Silver Lining (7")
Hi Ho Silver Lining (7", Single, RE)
Performer:Jeff Beck Genre: Rock Title: Hi Ho Silver Lining Country: UK Released: 1973 Style: Psychedelic Rock, Pop Rock MP3 version ZIP size: 1319 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1539 mb Rating: 4.3 Votes: 520 Other Formats: AC3 AU FLAC AA VOX MIDI DXD
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