|1||Here I Go Again|
|2||Baby, You´re Driving Me Crazy|
|VRS-35090||Country Joe And The Fish||Here I Go Again / Baby, You're Driving Me Crazy (7", Single, Promo)||Vanguard||VRS-35090||US||1969|
|VRS 35090||Country Joe And The Fish||Here I Go Again / Baby, You're Driving Me Crazy (7", Single)||Vanguard||VRS 35090||Canada||1969|
|A-7145||Country Joe And The Fish||Here I Go Again (7", Single)||Astor||A-7145||Australia||1969|
|STU 42345||Country Joe And The Fish||Here I Go Again (7", Single)||Vanguard||STU 42345||Denmark||1969|
Artist Album Song Title. Here We Are Again Album Cover Art. Country Joe and the Fish. Cover Art. Tracklist. 12" Vinyl 1. 1 Here I Go Again.
By the time of Country Joe & the Fish's fourth album, the group seemed to consist of only Joe McDonald and Barry Melton, who had started the band in the beginning. Here We Are Again continued CJ&F's move toward pop (especially on "Here I Go Again") and bluesy rock, and away from their folk and jug band beginnings. Here I Go Again - 3:24 02. Donovan's Reef - 4:18 03. It's So Nice To Have Love - 3:25 04.
Here We Are Again is the fourth album by the psychedelic rock band Country Joe and the Fish. It was released in 1969 with the US catalog number Vanguard VSD 79299. It peaked on the Billboard 200 at number 48, and stayed on the charts for eleven weeks. Only Country Joe McDonald and Melton remained from the original lineup that began breaking up since the previous album. The past members would appear as guest musicians however.
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in'-to-Die Rag" is a song by the American psychedelic rock band Country Joe and the Fish, written by Country Joe McDonald, and first released as the opening track on the extended play Rag Baby Talking Issue No. 1, in October 1965 (see 1965 in music). in'-to-Die Rag"'s dark humor and satire made it one of the most recognized protest songs against the Vietnam War. Critics cite the composition as a classic of the counterculture era.
Together is the third album by the San Francisco psychedelic rock band, Country Joe and the Fish, released in 1968. Before recording, Country Joe McDonald briefly left, so for developments with the band, they were addressed just as "The Fish". McDonald would return in time for recording sessions so the name change was relatively brief.
COUNTRY JOE & THE FISH - TOGETHER - FULL ALBUM 3ª álbum da banda country joe & the fish, de 1968. joe mcdonald: vocais, guitarra, violão de 12 cordas barry melton: vocais, guitarras david cohen: guitarras. COUNTRY JOE & THE FISH - HERE I GO AGAIN Nice, slow (it's a waltz) song from cj & the fish from the year of 1969. the song provided a minor hit for the former model, twiggy, in the mid-seventies in the.
Folk rock/psychedelic rock band formed in 1965 in Berkeley, California by Country Joe McDonald and Barry Melton ("The Fish"). The band was disbanded after their final performance on June 21, 1970. They reformed in 1976 to play a couple of shows and record the "Reunion" album.