The Pine Hill Project - Tomorrow You're Going album
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Carl, you're sure you've never played? OK, Betty, Tim, and Frank. We're going to play charades. Frank, you can learm as we go. And, Carl, you join in at anytime. Between now and tomorrow you're all going to have your tonsils out. And you won't be able to speak for a while. So save your voices till then. Well, what's going on? Molly.
I signed up back in '61 I'm an army of Virginia man I've been from Mannasas to Mackonackey All the way to Sailors Creek fighting For my home land. After 4 years gone and all hope lost And Richmond under seige And we're diggin out Five Forks And waitin in the rain For Sheridan to bring us to our knees.
Theme from Mahogany (Do You Know Where You're Going To)" is a song written by Michael Masser and Gerry Goffin, and initially recorded by American singer Thelma Houston in 1973, and then most notably by Diana Ross as the theme to the 1975 Motown/Paramount film Mahogany. Leland Sklar – electric bass. Lee Holdridge – arranger. Produced by Masser, the song is a ballad that portrays its protagonist (Ross) as a black woman who becomes a successful Rome fashion designer.
|4||I Live On A Battlefield||3:34|
|5||Farewell to St. Dolores||5:11|
|6||The Sweetest Thing||3:43|
|8||Rain Just Falls||3:37|
|9||I Know You Rider||5:01|
|11||Such Sweet Angels||4:47|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7012237701127
|SIG2073||The Pine Hill Project||Tomorrow You're Going (CD, Album)||Signature Sounds Recordings||SIG2073||US||2015|