Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show - Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show (Cassette)


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1972
Label: CBS - 40 S 64754 • Format: Cassette Stereo • Country: Italy • Genre: Rock • Style: Classic Rock


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  1. The precursor of Dr. Hook. The name Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show was used until and this name must be used until that date (plus ANV, if necessary!). The name was changed due to a record deal with another Label. George Cummings, Ray Sawyer, Billy Francis, and Popeye Phillips all originally came from the band "Chocolate Papers".
  2. Sporting denims and buckskin, Dr. Hook And The Medicine Show epitomized much of the countrified and ‘laid-back’ style that was in vogue during the early 70s, but though their material was sung in a Dixie drawl and three members were genuine southerners, they began in as a New Jersey bar band with one-eyed Dr. Hook (b.
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  4. Jan 02,  · Dr Hook & the Medicine Show vocalist and percussionist Ray Sawyer has died aged He died “peacefully in his sleep” after a brief illness, according to his wife, Linda Sawyer.
  5. 12 rows · This time out, Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show decided to write most of their own material, .
  6. rows · New Jersey, United States Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show was an American rock band .
  7. Sporting denims and buckskin, Dr. Hook And The Medicine Show epitomized much of the countrified and ‘laid-back' style that was in vogue during the early 70s, but though their material was sung in a Dixie drawl and three members were genuine southerners, they began in as a New Jersey bar band with one-eyed Dr. Hook (b.
  8. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show (shortened to Dr. Hook in ) was an American rock band, formed in Union City, New Jersey. They enjoyed considerable commercial success in the s with hit singles including "Sylvia's Mother", "The Cover of 'Rolling Stone'" (both ), "Only Sixteen" (), "A Little Bit More" (), "Sharing the Night Together" (