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Daniel Boone - Run Tell The People mp3 download
Daniel Boone - Run Tell The People mp3 download
Performer: Daniel Boone
Title: Run Tell The People
Country: US
Released: 1975
Style: Vocal
Rating: 4.7/5
Format: MP3 FLAC MP2 VOX AU ADX ADX MIDI AU
FLAC size: 1580 mb | MP3 size: 1542 mb | WMA size: 1896 mb
Genre: Rock / Pop

Daniel Boone (also known as Peter Lee Stirling, born Peter Charles Green, 31 July 1942, Birmingham, England) is an English pop musician who became a one-hit wonder in the United States with the single "Beautiful Sunday" in 1972. The song was written by Boone and Rod McQueen and sold over 2,000,000 copies worldwide. It peaked at on The Billboard Hot 100 singles chart at the end of the summer of 1972, having already reached on the UK Singles Chart earlier during that same year. Run Tell The People", "Rock And Roll Bum" (Pye 71011) No. 93. UK singles under other names. My Heart Commands Me", "Welcome Stranger" 1963 (Columbia DB4992) Lee Stirling.

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Penny Farthing (catalog number PEN 856). This album was released in 1975 year. UK. Format of the release is. Vinyl, 7".

Original lyrics of Beautiful Sunday song by Daniel Boone. 1 user explained Beautiful Sunday meaning. Find more of Daniel Boone lyrics. Daniel Boone – Beautiful Sunday lyrics.

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While running from Kilgrain's henchie posse, she encounters Wild Bill Boone, grandson o. .X I'm Watching This! Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. Not when the government is run by a lot of crooks who've found a new racket. Just tax the citizens to death. Ray Bennett who has the mayor and sheriff in his pocket just has them increase taxes exponentially on the citizens and when they don't cough up the tribute just seize their land and sell it. That's what Bill Elliott is in town to prove with the help of trusty sidekick Dub Taylor is trying to prove. Elliott is Wild Bill Boone in this film the grandson of Daniel Boone, hence the title The Return Of Daniel Boone.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Singing Backing Vocal With A Rock 'N' Roll Band
Written-By – Daniel Boone
3:04
A2 Running Around With The Boys Again
Written-By – Daniel Boone
2:53
A3 Connections In The City
Written-By – Daniel Boone
2:35
A4 Sunshine City
Written-By – Daniel Boone
3:30
A5 Sunday Morning Coming
Written-By – Daniel Boone, Rod McQueen
3:14
B1 Run Tell The People
Written-By – Daniel Boone, Rod McQueen
2:59
B2 Rock 'N' Roll Bum
Written-By – Daniel Boone
2:36
B3 Say You'll Be There
Written-By – Daniel Boone, Rod McQueen
2:57
B4 Witchypoo
Written-By – Daniel Boone
3:08
B5 Alright Now
Written-By – Daniel Boone, Rod McQueen
2:50

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PYE 12105 Daniel Boone Run Tell The People ‎(LP, Album) Pye Records PYE 12105 US 1975
PYE 12105 Daniel Boone Run Tell The People ‎(LP) Pye Records PYE 12105 UK 1975
Comments (1)
Golden Lama
This one is almost all good, full of stomping seventies pop with freaky synth lines and wah guitar ("Rock N'Roll Bum", "Witchypoo"), shangalangalangs and doobeedoobeedoos ("Singing Backing Vocal")! There's also "Connections In The City", which is kind of a cool proto-disco tune with a riffy acoustic guitar bed, sweeping strings, a neat melody and sweet backing vocals. Basically all the cool seventies pop production touches seem to show up on the record, and the songwriting's good.Nice surprise!