Rough is Tina Turner's third solo studio album, released in September 1978 on the EMI label in the UK, Ariola Records in West Germany and United Artists in the United States. Rough was Turner's first solo album after her 1976 split with husband Ike Turner. Her first two solo albums, Tina Turns the Country On! (1974) and Acid Queen (1975), were recorded while she was still married to Ike Turner and also a member of the Ike and Tina Turner Revue
Luxury Liner is an album by country music artist Emmylou Harris, released in 1976. The album was Harris' second successive country album on the Billboard charts, although, unlike the preceding Elite Hotel, there were no hits from this album. The highest charting singles were the Chuck Berry cover "(You Never Can Tell) C'est la Vie" and the "Making Believe" (originally a hit for Kitty Wells).
Showing albums featuring Pancho Villa. they're outta here," says Archie. 5 Oct 2004 · 25 tracks.
You feel that pressure in your chest You wonder how much time you have left You feel a lump in your throat Where did all the days go? A quarter to the life you got Halfway through the drink you bought Ready Player One Game Over, it’s done Everything moved faster than you thought. You’re alive tonight We’re alive tonight You’ve got one life, play it well
Diamonds in the Rough (album). Diamonds in the Rough is the second studio album by American country-folk singer-songwriter John Prine, released in 1972. Diamonds in the Rough was recorded at Atlantic Recording Studios in New York City. The album's sound homed in on the Appalachian "high lonesome" influences evident on Prine's eponymous debut LP and its bluegrass instrumentation reflects Prine's fascination with early American folk and country music
Pancho Villa was a top military leader of the Mexican Revolution whose exploits were regularly filmed by a Hollywood company. Born on June 5, 1878, in San Juan del Rio, Durango, Mexico, Pancho Villa started off as a bandit who was later inspired by reformer Francisco Madero, helping him to win the Mexican Revolution. After a coup by Victoriano Huerta, Villa formed his own army to oppose the dictator, with more battles to follow as Mexican leadership remained in a state of flux. Although the specifics of what occurred in Villa's life during this time are unknown, it's confirmed that he changed his name while on the run to avoid getting caught by the authorities. In the late 1890s, he worked as a miner in Chihuahua in addition to selling stolen cattle. But it wasn't long before he added more serious crimes to his record, robbing banks and taking from the wealthy. Mexican Revolutionary Leader.
Pancho Villa is one of the most renowned names of the ‘Mexican Revolution’ who was also the Governor of Chihuahua. This biography provides detailed information about his childhood, profile, career and timeline. Pancho Villa is one of the most renowned names of the ‘Mexican Revolution’ who was also the Governor of Chihuahua.
Performer:Pancho Genre: Reggae Title: LIFE ROUGH Style: Dancehall MP3 version ZIP size: 1794 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1972 mb Rating: 4.1 Votes: 354 Other Formats: ASF MP3 AUD VOC MMF APE MIDI