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Artist: Dave Edmunds. Album: Rockpile, 2016. Michael Jackson Black or White. 10. U - Michael Jackson. Robbie Williams Feel.
Album by Dave Edmunds. I'm A) Lover Not A Fighter. Egg Or The Hen. Sweet Little Rock & Roller. I Hear You Knocking (2001 Reissue Bonus Track). Black Bill (2001 Reissue Bonus Track). I'm Coming Home (2001 Reissue Bonus Track). Country Roll (2001 Reissue Bonus Track). Blue Monday (2001 Reissue Bonus Track). I'll Get Along (2001 Reissue Bonus Track).
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Dave Edmunds' debut album Rockpile established his sound – not only his revivalist tendencies, but also his method of meticulously recreating the sound and style of classic early rock & roll, R&B, and country records. Edmunds plays nearly every instrument on the album, with bassist John Williams being the only full-time collaborator. 01. Down Down Down 02. I Hear You Knocking 03. Hell of a Pain 04. It Ain’t Easy 05.
Redirected from I Hear You Knockin'). I Hear You Knocking" (or "I Hear You Knockin'") is a rhythm and blues song written by Dave Bartholomew. New Orleans rhythm and blues singer Smiley Lewis first recorded the song in 1955. The lyrics tell of the return of a former lover who is rebuffed and Huey "Piano" Smith provided the prominent piano accompaniment in the style associated with Fats Domino.
Get It is the third album by Welsh rock musician Dave Edmunds, released in 1977. Some of the songs were performed by an early "trio" version of Rockpile (Edmunds, Nick Lowe and Terry Williams); others (such as "I Knew the Bride" and "Little Darlin'") were recorded by Edmunds solo. Also recorded in these sessions was the non-album Edmunds-Lowe tune "As Lovers Do", which was used as the B-side of both "Here Comes the Weekend" and the later "Crawling from the Wreckage"
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Written-By – Bartholomew*, King*
Written-By – Dave Edmunds
- Producer – Dave Edmunds
NotesYear of release different to the date on labels.
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|MAM 1||Dave Edmunds' Rockpile*||I Hear You Knocking (7", Promo, RE)||MAM||MAM 1||UK||1974|