8 thoughts on “ Roll Over Lay Down - Status Quo - Hello! (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Roll Over Lay Down This song is by Status Quo and appears on the album Hello () on the live album Live! ().
  2. The LP opens with the shuffle action of "Roll Over Lay Down", while adding "Caroline", and the no-frills "Reason for Living". However, the best is saved for the very end, as the eight-song Hello! culminates with the spirited "Forty-Five Hundred Times" riding out the tight B-side groove.
  3. Status Quo are a British rock band (London, England) with strong boogie line. The group was founded by bassist Alan Lancaster and guitarist Francis Rossi in They began as a rock and roll freakbeat band called The tutocuadcenthyboostmonboanocordcare.coinfo , with very little commercial success, they discovered psychedelia and changed their name to Traffic (later Traffic Jam, to avoid confusion with Steve Winwood's.
  4. The album features two of Status Quos biggest hits and firm live favourites, Caroline and Roll Over Lay Down as well as high energy, fast tempo numbers such as Blue Eyed Lady, A Reason for Living & Softer Ride. In contrast there is the wonderfully melodic And its Reviews:
  5. Status Quo Rockin’ All Over The World: The Collection Vinyl Will be released July 29th This album comes with one standard vinyl disc. The track list has twelve songs including “Whatever You Want”, “Caroline”, “Down Down”, “Rockin’ All Over the World”, “Roll Over Lay Down” .
  6. Status Quo - Hit Album - Polystar (3) - LP JavaScript scheint in Ihrem Browser deaktiviert zu sein. Sie müssen JavaScript in Ihrem Browser aktivieren, um alle Funktionen in diesem Shop nutzen zu können.
  7. "Roll Over Lay Down," not immediately impressive, builds into a tizzy over the course of five minutes. It is one-upped by "Caroline," the definitive Status Quo rock song, a not particularly hard or fast four-on-the-floor stomp saved by a massive, deceptively simple guitar hook.8/
  8. Universal are to release a series of five Status Quo seven-inch single box sets, the first of which – The Vinyl Singles Collection – is due next month. With one box due for each decade (except the s which needs two boxes!) these sets present the singles, mastered from the original tapes, and presented in their original sleeves (some picture sleeves, some generic label sleeves).

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