8 thoughts on “ Seems Like A Long Time - Brewer And Shipley - Tarkio Road (Cassette, Album)

  1. Brewer & Shipley are an American folk rock duo who enjoyed their peak success in the late s through the s, consisting of singer-songwriters Mike Brewer (born in ) and Tom Shipley (born in ). They were known for their intricate guitar work, vocal harmonies, and socially conscious lyrics which reflected the concerns of their generation – especially the Vietnam War, and the Genres: Folk rock, country rock.
  2. Rolling Stone Magazine February 4, Tarkio Road, Mike Brewer and Tom Shipley’s third album (second for Kama-Sutra), shows them to be a solid and unpretentious country-folk duo, writing songs that are not so much brilliant as they are endearing, filled with catchy refrains and hummable melodies.
  3. Apr 23,  · Brewer & Shipley laced their music with light-handed jangling pop influenced countrified flavors that went down easy, especially when mixed with their tender ballads of introspection though the hit pretty much pigeonholed the pair, who desperately wanted to step out of the shadow of that single and be recognized for their socially relevant /5().
  4. Brewer And Shipley: Tarkio (Album, Michael Brewer & Tom Shipley* Time And Changes 2 versions: A&M Records Brewer And Shipley: Tarkio Road / Seems Like A Long Time (Single) 9 versions: Kama Sutra: KA US: Sell This Version: 9 versions.
  5. Feb 10,  · Don't buy this as an download album. Amazon messed up on the price. (10 * $ = $, NOT $) I suggest you buy the "One Toke Over The Line: The Best Of Brewer & Shipley" download album at just $, and then download individually from this album "Song From Platte River", "Don't Want to Die in Georgia", "Can't Go Home" and "Seems Like a Long Time".5/5(10).
  6. Don't buy this as an download album. Amazon messed up on the price. (10 * $ = $, NOT $) I suggest you buy the "One Toke Over The Line: The Best Of Brewer & Shipley" download album at just $, and then download individually from this album "Song From Platte River", "Don't Want to Die in Georgia", "Can't Go Home" and "Seems Like a Long Time".5/5(11).
  7. "Tarkio Road" is about freedom and the restrictions placed upon it circa for many young people who were redefining personal expression in the United States. After moving to Kansas City in , Brewer and Shipley toured often over a particular stretch of highway through northwestern Missouri that connected numerous small college towns, including an early date at the Mule Barn in Tarkio.
  8. Brewer-Shipley-Tarkio Road by 6uoqjp. Brewer & Shipley - Rise Up (Easy Rider) (album: Weeds) SEEMS LIKE A LONG TIME by Brewer & Shipley - Topic. The Light by Synchro Nicity.

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