|In Her Eyes||3:45|
|UA-X1312-Y||The Dirt Band||In Her Eyes (7", Single)||United Artists Records||UA-X1312-Y||US||1979|
|UA-X1312-Y||The Dirt Band||In Her Eyes (7", Promo, Styrene)||United Artists Records||UA-X1312-Y||US||1979|
In Her Eyes" (as The Dirt Band). - - An American Dream. -" denotes releases that did not chart. C^ The recording of "Fire In The Sky" that charted in 1986 and appeared on the Twenty Years of Dirt album is the same recording that had previously been issued on the Liberty label in 1981. D^ "Bang, Bang, Bang" was originally released by Rising Tide Records before that label closed; the re-release of the song in 1999 was under DreamWorks Records.
Lyrics to "An American Dream" song by Nitty Gritty Dirt Band: I beg your pardon, mama, what did you say? My mind was drifting off on Martinique Bay. It's not that. Yeah, we can travel, girl, without any means. When it's as easy as closing your eyes And dream Jamaica is a big neon sign. Just think Jamaican in the moonlight. Sandy beaches, drinking rum every night. We got no money, mama, but we can go; We'll split the difference, go to Coconut Grove.
Album Name Dirt in the Eyes. 7. The Morning After the Night Before. 10. Can't Escape from Madness. 11. We'll Meet in Hell.
Complete your Nitty Gritty Dirt Band collection. Jambalaya (On The Bayou). Cosmic Cowboy (Part 1). 3:21. Aluminum Record Award. United Artists Records. Nitty Gritty Dirt Band.
The Dirt Band (album). 1978 studio album by Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. Studio album by.
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band was a young country-rock band with a hippie look. Acuff described them as "a bunch of long-haired West Coast boys. The other players were much older and more famous from the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s, primarily as old-time country and bluegrass players. Every track on the album was recorded on the first or second take straight to two-track masters, so the takes are raw and unprocessed. Additionally, another tape ran continuously throughout the entire week-long recording session and captured the dialog between the players. She was probably the first female lead singer in bluegrass, having begun her music career as early as 1957. Will the Circle Be Unbroken (disambiguation). Will the Circle Be Unbroken?" is a Christian hymn. Will the Circle Be Unbroken may also refer to
Jug band turned country troubadours who will ever be associated with "Mr. Bojangles" and their country supersession Will the Circle Be Unbroken. The Nitty Gritty Dirt . coustic. irt, Silver & Gold.
The Dirt Band is the tenth album from the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. The result was an interpretation of the song A Sailors Life. Releasing 4 albums with Topic/RCA records they were popular in Europe. He then quit that and eventually formed the Albion Country Band, later the Albion Band, a much smaller group of English bands were formed in emulation of existing electric rock bands