Fever Tree - Hey Mister mp3 album
Fever Tree is the debut studio album by the American psychedelic rock band Fever Tree and was released on March 28, 1968 on Uni Records (see 1968 in music). It blended multiple influences ranging from psychedelia to baroque pop and folk rock, and was marked by eerie ballads and hard rock numbers. Much of the group's material was penned by the husband-wife songwriting duo of Scott and Vivian Holtzman, along with renditions of contemporary rock songs.
Listen to music from Fever Tree like San Francisco Girls, San Francisco Girls (Return Of The Native) & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Fever Tree. Although a Texas, USA-based act, Fever Tree made its mark with a tribute to the Summer of Love's host city with their 1968 anthem "San Francisco Girls (Return Of The Native)". Comprising Rob Landes (keyboards), Dennis Keller (vocals), . Wolfe (bass), John Tuttle (drums) and Michael Knust (guitar), the psychedelic band formed in Houston, Texas, in the mid-60s as Bostwick Vine.
If 3/4 of your Drink is the Mixer, Mix with the Best. What a setting for this week’s the illustrious Queen’s Club for day 5 of Fever-Tree Championships.
You're Not the Same Baby Lyrics. You thought you were cool girl Walking through your mind alone Ha you just a fool girl There's a difference between making the scene And blowing your mind And you're gonna find. 5. Come on In. 6. Girl Don't Push Me.
Find the song lyrics for Fever Tree - Top Tracks. Top Songs By Fever Tree. 1. San Francisco Girls (Return Of The Native). 2. Ninety Nine And One-Half. 576. 3. Daytripper/We Can Work It Out. Fever Tree. 421. 4. Death Is The Dancer. 282. Where Do You Go? Fever Tree. 217. Man Who Paints The Pictures. 208. 7. Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing. 185. 8. Filigree And Shadow.
|B||I Can Beat Your Drum||2:10|
- Written-By – S. Holtzman*, V. Holtzman*
NotesA-side is different to the album version, B-side is a non-album track.
|661||Fever Tree||Hey Mister (7", Single)||Mainstream Records||661||US||1967|