Album by Allan Fraser. Don't Let Me Down by Allan Fraser, Daisy DeBolt and Ian Guenther. is a cover of. Don't Let Me Down by The Beatles feat. Billy Preston (1969).
Two years later, the Band found an audience with haunting tales of bygone rustic North American life with their seminal, self-titled second album. Widespread acclaim eluded the earlier outing by this unheralded Canadian trio. The songs, most written independently by Daisy DeBolt or Allan Fraser, are poetic. DeBolt's slowly unfolding, album-opening "All This Paradise" is a marvel, introducing listeners right away to her commanding voice and the sinuous fiddle of Ian Guenther.
Fraser And Debolt Theme. 8. Old Man On The Corner. 10. Stoney Day. 11. Pure Spring Water. 12. Don't Let Me Down. Audio CD (September 10, 2007). Hello Everyone! This album is truly a gift. I was first introduced to this album in 1971. I was BLOWN AWAY by this album then! AND-I am even more BLOWN AWAY by this album now!!! I consider myself to be a good judge of QUALITY music. This my friends, Is QUALITY Music. In My Mind", I have created categories into which I think certain music should fall under. This Music is at the TOP OF THE LIST of "The Most Beautiful Music Ever Made" Category!!! Fraser and Debolt along with Ian Guenther are ONE. In Perfect Harmony TOGETHER. UNIFIED by LOVE,WARMTH,and PLEASURE.
album Weekly Top. album Pop Hotlist. Fraser & DeBolt Live at The Philidelphia Folk Festival 1971. Fraser & DeBolt - Don't Let Me Down(Single Version). Fraser & Debolt with Ian Guenther - Them Dance Hall Girls. Fraser & Debolt - Waltz Of The Tennis Players.
Fraser DeBolt Discography Fraser DeBolt With Ian Guenther Released: 1971 Label: Columbia C 30381 All This Paradise Gyps. Two years later, The Band found an audience with haunting tales of bygone rustic North American life with their seminal, self - titled second album. The songs, most written independently by Daisy DeBolt or Allan Fraser, are poetic
Allan Fraser and Daisy deBolt. Alan Fraser's new material is up there as well.
Listen to music from Fraser & DeBolt like Them Dance Hall Girls, Waltz Of The Tennis Players & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Fraser & DeBolt. At the height of their popularity in the late 60's and early 70's, Canadian duo Allan Fraser and Daisy DeBolt created a fresh and unusual new music that would help shape a generation.
Shipping to Russian Federation. FRASER & DEBOLT (with Ian Guenther) - Don't Let Me Down (Promo) Lennon/McCartney.
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|A||Don't Let Me Down
Written By – Lennon-McCartney
Written By – Allan Fraser
- Producer – Craig Allen
NotesFrom the Columbia Lp "Fraser & DeBolt (With Ian Guenther)" C 30381
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A label, printed): ZSS 154760
- Matrix / Runout (Side B label, printed): ZSS 154761
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped): ZSS154760-1A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, stamped): ZSS154761-1A
|4-45349||Fraser & DeBolt ,With Ian Guenther||Fraser & DeBolt ,With Ian Guenther - Don't Let Me Down (7", Mono, Promo)||Columbia||4-45349||US||Unknown|