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  1. – Bill Brandon: Tag, Tag Producer – Sam Dees Written-By – Sam Dees: 22 – Bill Brandon: Good Guys Don't Always Win Producer – Sam Dees Written-By – Sam Dees: 23 – Bill Brandon: Let's Get It Back Together Again Producer – Sam Dees Written-By – Clinton Moon, Sam Dees: 24 – Bill Brandon: I'll Be Your Puppet/5(5).
  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Rainbow Down the Road - B.W. Stevenson on AllMusic -
  3. Bill Brandon discography and songs: Music profile for Bill Brandon, born 7 October Genres: Soul, Southern Soul, Disco. Albums include Take Me to the River: A Southern Soul Story , Down & Out: The Sad Soul of the Black South, and How Many Roads: Black America Sings Bob Dylan.
  4. Bill Brandon On The Rainbow Road Soulscape. Self Preservation; Full Grown Lovin' Man; Good Guys Don't Always Win; Let's Get It Back Together Again; I'll Be Your Puppet. CD £; Bill Brandon The Streets Got My Lady. 7" £ Your basket is empty. We ship worldwide. The postage rates for your order are displayed before payment, which.
  5. Lyrics to 'Rainbow Road' by Kris Kristofferson. I was born a dirt poor man All my life I've had hard working hands But I sang my song as I carried my load Cause I had a dream about rainbow Rainbow road.
  6. 24 vintage tracks from Bill Brandon's historic Alabama sessions, this collection features tracks he recorded from to with producers Spooner Oldham, Quin Ivy, Sam Dees and Moses Dillard - including his cherished 45s on Quinvy, South Camp, Tower, Moonsong and Piedmont. Informative liner notes by John Ridley LABEL - SOULSCAPE () CATALOGUE # SSCD FORMAT - CD .
  7. Listen free to Bill Brandon – On The Rainbow Road (Self Preservation, Full Grown Lovin' Man and more). 24 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, .
  8. out of 5 stars Good Guys Don't Always Win: Hotlanta Soul Reviewed in the United States on September 24, The tracks on this collection of 70s "soul recordings from one of the south's most creative group of labels" contain a good number of previously unissued tracks (nearly half of 5/5(3).
  9. Bill Brandon. T here is no doubt that Bill Brandon was a great vocalist. His strong gospel baritone, at times pleading, at times compelling, has been undervalued for years. He was born on October 7, in Huntsville, Alabama and was raised in a very musical environment. Brandon started his career with Quin Ivy cutting some very superior.

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