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Sixto Rodriguez - Inner City Blues / Forget It (Vinyl)

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  1. Forget It 7 Inner City Blues 8 I Wonder 9 Like Janis 10 Gommorah (A Nursery Rhyme) 11 Sixto Rodriguez, though, albums commercial failures in the US, returned to working construction - which in Detroit often meant deconstruction. the Dylan comparisons are well founded but for me Rodriguez is unrivalled in the /5(1).
  2. Forget It Lyrics: But thanks for your time / Then you can thank me for mine / And af-ter that's said / Forget it / Don't be inane / There's no one to blame / No reason why, you should stay here.
  3. Tracklist: 1. Can’t Get Away, 2. Street Boy, 3. Like Janis, 4. I Think Of You, 5. I’ll Slip Away, 6. A Most Disgusting Song, 7. Forget It, 8. Inner City Blues, 9.
  4. A1. Sugar Man A2. Only Good For Conversation A3. Crucify Your Mind A4. Establishment Blues A5. Hate Street Dialogue A6. Forget It B1. Inner City Blues B2. I Wonder B3. Like Janis B4. Gommorah (A Nursery Rhyme) B5. Rich Folks Hoax B6. Jane S. Piddy Used / Second-Hand This album was visually graded. Grading: GPressing: [ ].
  5. Cold Fact is the debut album from American singer-songwriter was released in the United States on the Sussex label in March The album sold very poorly in the United States (Rodriguez was himself an unknown in the U.S.), but managed to sell well in both South Africa and Australia, with Rodriguez touring Australia in In the album was released in South Africa by A&M.
  6. Mar 15,  · Inner City Blues - Rodriguez Tabbed by floggingmurphy Rodriguez - Inner city Blues: Capo on 2nd fret [Intro] E7 A7 E7 Going down a dirty inner city side road A7 I plotted E7 Madness passed me by, she smiled hi A7 I nodded E7 B7 Looked up as the sky began to cry E7 She shot it E7 A7 Met a girl from Dearborn, early six o'clock this.
  7. Sixto Diaz Rodriguez was born on July 10, , in Detroit, MI. He was the son of an immigrant worker from Mexico. He was the son of an immigrant worker from Mexico. Motown producer, Dennis Coffey, discovered him in the late 's and co-produced Rodriguez' first album, " Cold Fact ".

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