- Performer Billy The Kid & His Zombies
- Title Latliwe / Kwela Duma
- Style African
- Other formats XM DMF FLAC AUD AC3 VQF RA
- Genre Folk music
- Size MP3 1478 mb
- Size FLAC 1800 mb
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Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid is the 12th studio album and first soundtrack album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on July 13, 1973 by Columbia Records for the Sam Peckinpah film, Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid. Dylan himself appeared in the film as the character "Alias".
Billy the Kid, Harvest, Alabama. Billy the Kid is a songwriter from Vancouver, Canada. Have you heard the new album? Did you get your copy? Will I see you at any of the upcoming shows?. com. billy-the-. the-parish/1331851.
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The Ballad of Billy the Kid" is a song by American singer-songwriter Billy Joel from the album Piano Man. It was also issued as a single in the UK backed with "If I Only Had The Words (To Tell You). The song is Joel's fictionalized version of the story of Billy the Kid. In an interview from 1975, Joel admitted, "Basically was an experiment with an impressionist type of lyric. It was historically totally inaccurate as a story.
Examples of these inaccuracies include when Joel sings that Billy the Kid was "from a town known as Wheeling, West Virginia" and that "he robbed his way from Utah to Oklahoma. In the last verse of the song, the lyrics switch from Billy the Kid to a "Billy" from Oyster Bay, Long Island. The writer Ken Bielen has interpreted the "Billy" in the final verse as being a portrait of Billy Joel himself since Joel was from Oyster Bay. However, in the liner notes to his album Songs in the Attic Joel. claims that the "Billy" in the final verse is not himself but rather a bartender who worked in Oyster Bay, by the name of Billy Nastri. In an interview once Billy Joel mentioned that this song was about "record company PR hype".
Billy The Kid. Dave Edmunds. Album Subtle as a Flying Mallet. Billy The Kid Lyrics. I’ll sing you a true song of Billy the kid I’ll sing the record of deeds that he did Way out in New Mexico a long time ago When a man’s only friend was his own forty-four . Nowl, this is how Billy the kid met his fate A big moon was shining and the hour was late Shot down by Pat Garrett, Silver city’s best friend Poor outlaw’s life have reached it’s sad end. More on Genius. Billy The Kid" Track Info. Subtle as a Flying Mallet Dave Edmunds.
Album: Piano Man (1973). Get the Sheet Music License This Song. There really was an outlaw called Billy The Kid, but he wasn't from West Virginia, he didn't rob banks and he wasn't hanged. Joel explained in 1975 to ZigZag: "Basically it was an experiment with an impressionist type of lyric. It was historically totally inaccurate as a story, it wasn't supposed to be listened to as a story. You know, something interesting about Billy the Kid is that most of his life is a mystery. Very little is known about him! No one knows really where he was born or really what his parents names were.
Songwriter – A. Gwala
Songwriter – A. Gwala