The Best of Bob Dylan's Theme Time Radio Hour is a series of four compilation albums featuring songs Bob Dylan played on his shows as a deejay on the XM Satellite Radio and Sirius XM Satellite Radio program, Theme Time Radio Hour, from May 2006 through April 2009. Each album in the series includes 52 songs on two CDs. The tracks cover the range of genres Dylan highlighted on the program, including blues, R&B, rockabilly, doo-wop, soul, jazz, rock-and-roll and country.
For the Good Times" is a song written by Kris Kristofferson, first recorded by singer Bill Nash in 1968 before appearing on Kristofferson's own debut album in April 1970. After a recording by Ray Price became a number-one hit single in June of that year, the song established Kristofferson as one of country and popular music's top songwriters while giving Price his first chart-topping country and western song in 11 years.
Good Times Bad Times. Thanks for your vote!. Bass Drums Vocals Lead Rhythm Keys. Download this backing track as MP3.
For a long time, a received wisdom has existed that men’s tennis and women’s tennis are fundamentally different sports. For a long time, a received wisdom has existed that men’s tennis and women’s tennis are fundamentally different sports. Angry spirits after fairy tributes removed. Nurse lost job after ‘unsure’ witness’s evidence. A nurse lost her job for tripping her colleague after evidence given by a psychiatric patient who later said he was unsure if she had done so deliberately.
This song was recorded for the first The Doors' album, but didn't make the cut. But it was suitable for the album "Strange Days" continuing the theme of an uncertain future. Ray Manzarek played on a harpsichord on this song. album: "Strange Days" (1967). Strange Days You're Lost Little Girl Love Me Two Times Unhappy Girl Horse Latitudes Moonlight Drive People Are Strange My Eyes Have Seen You I Can't See Your Face In My Mind When The Music's Over.
At the time I was trying to convince myself I was tough, to protect myself. I was gearing up for what I knew would happen. I’m really not like that at all. In an interview with Nick Grimshaw on BBC Radio 1 on the morning the song dropped, Nick introduced Sam by saying that the vibes around Sam have definitely changed, and Sam agreed. He explained that the album, due in November, is a tribute to the family and friends who supported him over the years, focusing on ‘their lives - their ups and downs’, rather than his own.
|A||Good Times Theme / Baby, I'm Back
Producer – Brenda Sutton, Michael B. SuttonWritten By – M. Bergman-A. Bergman-D. Grusin/J. Barry
|B||Soul Train Theme
Producer – Harold JohnsonWritten By – H. Pippin-T. Brown-D. Cornelius
|PR 40||Prime Time||Good Times & Baby I'm Back (12", TP)||Motown||PR 40||US||1978|
|5C 006-61546||Prime Time||Good Times Theme / Carter Country Theme (7")||Motown||5C 006-61546||Netherlands||1978|
|M 1444F||Prime Time||Good Times Theme (7", Promo)||Motown||M 1444F||US||1978|
|M 1444F||Prime Time||Good Times Theme (7")||Motown||M 1444F||US||1978|