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Thats Alright Mama - Various - Walk The Line (DVD)


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  1. Well that's alright mama That's alright with you Any way you do, well that's alright That's alright That's alright now mama, any way you do Well mama she done told me Papa done told me too Son, that girl you're foolin' with She ain't no good for you Well that's alright That's alright That's alright now mama, any way you do I'm leavin' town my baby.
  2. Walk the Line is a biographical film about the legendary country singer Johnny Cash, focusing on his younger life, his romance with June Carter, and his ascent to the country music scene. Directed by James Mangold. Written by Gill Dennis and James Mangold, based on autobiographies by Johnny Cash.
  3. Print and download That's All Right sheet music by Elvis Presley. Sheet music arranged for Piano/Vocal/Guitar in Eb Major (transposable). Well, that's all right, mama, that's all right for you. Walk the Line. The Related Products tab shows you other products that you may also like, if you like That's All Right. By: Elvis Presley.5/5(2).
  4. with, She ain't no good for you' But, that's alright, that's alright. That's alright now mama, anyway you doI'm leaving town, baby I'm leaving town for sure Well, then you wont be bothered with Me hanging 'round your door Well.
  5. Paul McCartney recorded “That’s All Right (Mama)” in for his Choba B CCCP album. From the liner notes of this album: That’s All Right Mama/Just Because. Paul sings Presley – and two songs from the birth of the legend when Elvis was signed to Memphis-based Sun Records.
  6. Jul 27,  · The good news is that Albert Lee shines on some the tracks here, that there is an abundance of material (nearly 80 minutes worth), and that the liner notes help connect and explain some of the contorted links between the various songs, sessions, bands (included Heads, Hands, and Feet)/5(2).
  7. 's The Kids are Alright was an attempt by a fan/insider to gather all the existing footage of the Who performing, just so that when they stopped touring, the impact of their great stage presence wouldn't fade and be lost. I saw the film in the early eighties, and it delivered almost two hours of pure Who - almost too much, but also enough.

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