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Lonnie Knight - Song For a City Mouse

Lonnie Knight - Song For a City Mouse
Song For a City Mouse
Lonnie Knight
MP3 album size:
2950 mb
FLAC album size:
1555 mb


  • Record Company – Symposium


Live in Kobe Japan. Recorded at Live Act Bar Varit, March 5, 2013. Song For a City Mouse 1974 by Lonnie 3 records for sale for album Song for a city mouse by Lonnie Knight on CDandLP in Vinyl and CD format. Select a specific search field: All fields Artist Title Artist Title Label Seller Item . Select a specific format . Song For A City Mouse. Love this track. How does one describe Lonnie Knight - sweet, kind, gentle and supportive come to mind. He is truly a lifelong musician who creates intricate, thought provoking melodies and lyrics. With hSong For A City Mouse. With h read more. With his guitar and vocal techniques applied, the re read more. After Family In The Wind was released, Song For A City Mouse was followed next year. Has recorded several solo recordings, the most recent include 'Family in the Wind' and 'Song for a City Mouse'. Still actively performing as a solo act and with a duo featuring Reid Papke on bass, additionally performs with area blues bands, Smokin' Section and The Walking Wounded. More Less. Siti . ALZO alzo 20. URSA MAJOR ursa major 40. LONNIE KNIGHT family in the wind 35. JOHN LOVICK TURNER john lovick turner 15. JIM PAGE hot times 15. BRUCE MACKAY bruce mackay 40. Connect With Us. Monthly Newsletter. 1996-2020 Records By Mail LLC. Song for a City Mouse is Lonnie Knight's second album release originally in 1975 for Symposium Records produced by George Hanson Leo Kottke, Robin & Linda Williams. Big Pink Music reissued the album in 2010 on CD. The record was engineered by Paul Martinson and features the legendary rhythm section from the hey day of Sound 80 studios in Minneapolis: Billy Willard Peterson on Bass and Bill Berg Flim and the BBs on drums. There are 7 night originals and 3 covers. Jazz-Funk Funk, Soul. Lonnie Liston Smith. Songs in album Lonnie Liston Smith - A Song For The Children 1979. Lonnie Liston Smith - A Song For The Children. Lonnie Liston Smith - A Lover's Dream. Lonnie Liston Smith - Aquarian Cycle. 1979's Song for the Children is typical of Smith's albums from that period in that it is dominated by instrumental fusion and crossover but also contains a few outright R&B items. Lyrical, melodic instrumentals like Nightlife, Midsummer Magic, and Aquarian Cycle fared well among quiet storm audiences, while A Song for the Children and Fruit Music are sleek soul-funk numbers that feature singer James Crabbe Robinson