Meg Christian - Morning Song / Goodbye Joanna MP3 Full Album
- Record Company – Olivia Records, Inc.
We currently don't have any genres associated with this song. Would you like to contribute Add Genre. Song Styles. All Styles. We currently don't have any styles associated with this song. Appears On. Meg Christian. I Know You Know. Olivia Records. Joanna Cris Williamson from the album Meg Christian - I Know You Know Olivia Records, 1974 Lead vocals and guitar: Meg Christian Back vocals: Christian released it on the album I Know You Know in 1974. It was covered by Meg Christian. SecondHandSongs is building the most comprehensive source of cover song information. Music licensing. Goodbye - Joanna Finnis. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Read about Goodbye Joanna from Meg Christian's I Know You Know and see the artwork, lyrics and similar is the first song Meg Christian wrote. I love it. Goodbye Joanna. Morning Song. Ode To A Gym Teacher. I Know You Know LP, Album. Olivia Records 2. LF 902. Meg Christian - Joanna 3:21. Meg Christian - Morning Song 3:26. Meg Christian - Valentine Song 4:40. Meg Christian - The Road I Took To You 3:23. Meg Christian - Ode To A Gym Teacher short version 4:06. Meg Christian - The Rock Will Wear Away 5:44. Meg Christian - Song To My Mama 3:35. 목록 목록에 추가. Goldenrod Music records 기준 MSULibraries. Meg Christian born 1946 in Lynchburg, Virginia is an American folk singer associated with the women's music movement. She graduated from the University of North Carolina and moved to Washington, D. in 1969, where she performed in nightclubs and began writing material from an explicitly political and feminist perspective. For a time in the 1970s, Christian, who is openly lesbian, embraced women's separatism and sometimes played at women-only venues. She was a founding member of Olivia Records. Ode to a Gym Teacher. Meg Christian's I Know You Know is not only the artist's debut album, but also the first album to be released by Olivia Records, which was founded as a national women's recording company, specifically, a recording company intended to serve an audience of lesbian women. Christian's musical sensibility grows out of 1960s folk and pop, a fact reinforced by the opening song, a cover of Rolf Kempf's Hello Hooray, which Judy Collins sang on her 1968 album Who Knows Where the Time Goes. Morning Song: Christmas, Christmas Childrens Humor , For God So Loved The World Scripture Song , Theoetheriam Christian Techno и другие песни