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Broken Arrow - Robbie Robertson - Robbie Robertson (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Jan 09,  · "Broken Arrow" is a track from Robbie Robertson's self-titled album. The album won the Juno Award for "Album of the Year", and producers Daniel Lanois and Robertson won the "Producer of the.
  2. Despite all this, Robbie Robertson does have its share of pearly moments, especially on the bitter “Hell’s Half Acre,” “Sonny Got Caught in the Moonlight,” and “Broken Arrow” (a performance more subtle and effective than Rod Stewart’s better-known cover).
  3. Robbie Robertson "Fallen Angel" "Hell's Half Acre" — — — — "Somewhere Down The Crazy River" "Broken Arrow" / "American Roulette" — — 24 "Go Back To Your Woods" "Broken Arrow" / "Sign of the Rainbow" — — — 32 Storyville "What About Now" "The Far Lonely Cry of Trains" (non-album track) / "Somewhere Down the Crazy River.
  4. Robbie Robertson, an Album by Robbie Robertson. Released in on Geffen (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Singer/Songwriter, Rock, Heartland Rock. Featured peformers: Robbie Robertson (vocals, guitar, writer, producer), Daniel Lanois (producer), Cary Butler (assistant engineer), Gary Gersh (executive producer), Jim Scott (associate producer, engineer), Bob Clearmountain (aka_text.
  5. Robbie Robertson - Robbie Robertson - LP Vinyl Album Product details. Vinyl; Number of Discs: 1; Label: Geffen; ASIN: BNKY; Other great tracks are "Broken Arrow" (with Terry Bozzio, Abraham Laboriel and Gabriel), "American Roulette" (about Elvis, Marilyn Monroe, the American dream and a lost generation), "Somewhere Down the Crazy /5().
  6. Tracce LP Lato A. Testi e musiche di Robbie Robertson eccetto dove indicato.. Fallen Angel – (Robbie Robertson, Martin Page); Showdown at Big Sky – ; Broken Arrow – ; Sweet Fire of Love – (Robbie Robertson, U2); Lato B. Testi e musiche di Robbie Robertson .
  7. Oct 30,  · Together, they create a tension (before Robertson even approaches his painfully longing lyric) that sustains throughout this signature triumph from ’s Robbie Robertson. And, make no mistake, for all of the criticism Robertson has taken over the years for his gravel-pocked approach at the mic, “Broken Arrow” represents one of his best.
  8. Robbie Robertson is a Canadian singer and song-writer. He is best known for his work with The Band. Robertson got his start in music in in the Toronto area. It wasn’t until that he would release his first solo album, “Robbie Robertson” although he .
  9. Robbie Robertson's breathtaking solo debut was every bit as remarkable as another debut he'd masterminded two decades before, The Band's Music from Big Pink. Even more impressive was the fact that Robertson's new sound owed so little, other than a shared vision, to the sonic Americana he'd created with The Band/5().

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