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Bachman-Turner Overdrive - Roll On Down The Highway Album

Bachman-Turner Overdrive - Roll On Down The Highway Album
Performer: Bachman-Turner Overdrive
Title: Roll On Down The Highway
Country: US
Genre: Rock Music
Style:Classic Rock
Released: 1975
Catalog number: 73656
Label: Mercury
MP3 album szie: 2688 mb
FLAC album size: 1083 mb

Tracklist

1Sledgehammer
Soloist [Left] – RandySoloist [Right] – BlairVocals – C. F., RandyWritten-By – Randy Bachman
4:30
2Roll On Down The Highway
Guitar [Fuzz] – BlairSoloist – RandyVocals – C. F.Written-By – C. F. Turner, Rob Bachman
3:56

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
6167 071Bachman-Turner Overdrive Roll On Down The Highway ‎(7", Single)Mercury6167 071Netherlands1975
SFL-2010Bachman-Turner Overdrive Roll On Down The Highway ‎(7", Single)MercurySFL-2010Japan1975
6167 071Bachman-Turner Overdrive Roll On Down The Highway ‎(7", Single)Mercury6167 071Australia1975
6167 071Bachman-Turner Overdrive Roll On Down The Highway ‎(7", Single, lar)Mercury6167 071UK1975
73656Bachman-Turner Overdrive Roll On Down The Highway / Sledgehammer ‎(7", Single)Mercury73656US1975

Credits

  • ProducerRandy Bachman

Notes

label variation, layout and fonts differ

From Mercury's Album SRM-1-1004 "Not Fragile"

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (label side A): 2-51379
  • Matrix / Runout (label side B): 2-51374

Short intro

Roll on Down the Highway - Bachman Turner Overdrive. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Roll On Down The Highway Made Famous by Bachman-Turner Overdrive. Bachman-Turner Overdrive. Roll On down the Highway is a song written by Fred Turner and Robbie Bachman, first recorded by Canadian rock group BachmanTurner Overdrive BTO for their 1974 album Not Fragile. The lead vocal is provided by Turner. Turner and Randy Bachman had originally been contracted by Ford to write a song for the automotive company's commercials, but Ford never picked up any of their compositions. Robbie Bachman later helped develop one of Turner's ideas into a Top 20 hit. Roll on Down the Highway peaked. On this page you can download song Bachman Turner Overdrive - Roll On Down The Highway in mp3 and listen online. Hard Rock. Bachman Turner Overdrive. We rented a truck and a semi to go Travel down the long and winding road Look on the map I think we've been here before, Close the doors let's roll once more. Cop on the corner, look he's startin' to write I don't need no ticket so I screamed out of sight, Drove so fast that my eyes can't see, Look in the mirror is he still followin' me Let it roll down the highway Let it roll down the highway, Roll, roll. Watch the video for Roll On Down The Highway from Bachman-Turner Overdrive's Not Fragile for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. by Bachman-Turner Overdrive. Album: Not Fragile 1974. Charted: 14. Written by drummer Robbie Bachman and bass player Fred Turner who sang lead, the song tapped into the '70s fascination with trucking culture. A year later, C. McCall scored a US 1 with the similarly themed Convoy. Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn January 12th 1975, Roll On Down the Highway by Bachman-Turner Overdrive entered Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart at position 67 and six weeks later on February 23rd,1975 it peaked at 14 for 2 weeks and spent 12 weeks on the Top 100. In the quartet's native Canada it reached 4 on the RPM Singles chart. Bachman Turner Overdrive : Roll on Down the Highway,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. Tuning: E A D G B E. Author Kurt1964 27,255. 1 contributor total. View interactive tab. D G D Let it roll, down the highway. Bb C Roll, roll. D D. D Look at that sign, we're in the wrong place. C Move out, boys, let's get ready to race. Bb four-fifty-four, comin' over the hill. A7sus A7 The man on patrol, is gonna give us a bill. D The time's real short, you know the distance is long. C I'd like to have a jet, but it's not in this song. When Bachman-Turner Overdrive returned two years later, it would be their last album with the original lineup until a warmed-over reunion record the following decade. Down to the Line was one of their final classic-sounding singles. Free Wheelin'. From: 'Not Fragile' 1974. Roll on Down the Highway probably wasn't the best choice as the follow-up single to BTO's only No. 1, You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet see No. 1 on our list of the Top 10 Bachman-Turner Overdrive Songs. But its tougher, FM radio-ready bluster better represented the band's core sound. Bachman-Turner Overdrive's only No. 1 hit, from their only No. 1 album