October 2

Take Me Down - Alabama - Mountain Music (CD, Album)

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Posted 03.08.2019 by Kakazahn in category "Classic Rock


  1. By Nezuru on
    Take Me Down This song is by Alabama and appears on the album Mountain Music () on the compilation album Greatest Hits Vol. 2 () on the compilation album For the Record () This song is a cover of "Take Me Down" by Exile. Fly away with me tonight Take me on a one-way flight in your.
  2. By Kajora on
    Custom Mixtape CDs Personalized. Ship your mix CD or pick up in local stores search artists, albums & tracks: Go. search tips. Mountain Music by Alabama 04/02/ other albums by Alabama; Year Title; American Christmas: Come Find Me: Southern Drawl: Wasn't Through Lovin' You Yet Take Me Down: In Your Mix.
  3. By Barr on
    Aug 25,  · Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Take Me Down · Alabama Mountain Music ℗ Sony Music Entertainment Composer, Lyricist: J.P. Pennington Composer, Lyricist: Mark Gray Producer.
  4. By Zulkilrajas on
    Title: Alabama - Mountain Music () Retail CD Part: Back Dimensions: x px Size: KB Downloads: (0 today) Uploaded.
  5. By Daisida on
    Listen to your favorite songs from Mountain Music by Alabama Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Take Me Down: 7. You Turn Me On: 8. Never Be One: 9. Lovin' You Is Killin' Me: Gonna Have a Party: album. Mountain Music Alabama. 10 songs (39 minutes) Released on.
  6. By Arahn on
    The song was included in Alabama’s sixth studio album, Mountain Music (RCA ), the album was released on February 25, , and re-released on October 25, On April 17, , he reached # 1 on the charts of the US Top Country Albums. In the pop lists, I reach number # This is Alabama’s most successful studio album.
  7. By Arashikus on
    "Take Me Down" is a song recorded by American country music band Alabama. It was released in May as the second single from Alabama's album Mountain Music. Written by Exile band members Mark Gray and J.P. Pennington, the song was originally recorded by Exile in The Exile version was released as a single, but failed to become a hit, although it reached number 2 on the Bubbling .
  8. By Juzilkree on
    Mar 24,  · referencing Mountain Music, Cass, Album, Dol, XFPK I have this cassette that I bought at Shoemart back in It was poorly recorded and sounded like it had a lot of static/5().

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