Category Archives: DEFAULT

So Come On - Jericho Jones (2) - Junkies Monkeys & Donkeys (CD, Album)

2 Oct

8 Replies to “ So Come On - Jericho Jones (2) - Junkies Monkeys & Donkeys (CD, Album)

  1. May 04,  · PEGGY LEE "Blues Cross Country with Quincy Jones Orchestra (Reissue )" (CD) PETER FRAMPTON "Hummingbird In A Box" (CD) PINNICK GALES PRIDGEN "Pgp 2" (CD).
  2. 2 man in the crowd 3 There is always a train 4 Yellow and blue 5 Freedom 6 Triangulum 7 No school to-day 8 Junkies, monkeys & donkeys 9 Time is now 10 What have we got to lose 11 Mama's gonna take you home 12 So come on 13 Mona Mona 14 Champs 15 Hey man.
  3. They released this sole album as Jericho Jones on A&M; it bridges the group's transition from the Churchills' fuzz psychedelic sound into the more hard rock sound they produced as Jericho. This album can be recommended to fans of exotic underground progressive and the hard rock of the '70s. The CD reissue contains the entire scarce, original double LP as well as five bonus tracks from the same .
  4. Album. Junkies Monkeys & Donkeys Jericho Jones. Released Junkies Monkeys & Donkeys Tracklist. 1. Mare Tranquilitatas Lyrics. 2. Man In The Crowd Lyrics. 3. There Is.
  5. Junkies Monkeys & Donkeys, an Album by Jericho Jones. Released in on Akarma (catalog no. AK /2; Vinyl LP). Genres: Hard Rock, Heavy Psych.
  6. This is the band's first LP, which was originally released on A&M in It contains 5 bonus tracks TRACK LISTING: Mare Tranquilitatas Man In The Crowd There Is Always A Train Yellow And Blue Freedom Trangulum No School To Day Junkies Monkeys & Donkeys Junkies Monkeys & Donkeys What Have We Got To Lose Mama's Gonna Take You Home So Come On Mona Mona Champs Hey .
  7. So Come On Lyrics: Feel somebody / Feel her comin' through / Got that feelin' / Hope she's got it too / We gotta make it / Finding our way down there / So come on / Yeah, yeah, yeah / So come on.
  8. Jericho Jones is the international name of Israeli band The Churchills. The Churchills were a psychedelic/hard rock/progressive rock outfit from Israel, active in the late 60s and early 70s. They had released three albums, with the last two under the names Jericho Jones and Jericho, in order not to offend the British vocalist Stan Solomon left the band, He was replaced by Israeli.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *