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Barbara Jones - Send Me The Pillow Album
Barbara Jones - Send Me The Pillow Album
Performer: Barbara Jones
Title: Send Me The Pillow
Label: GG's Records
Country: UK
Style: Dub, Lovers Rock
Cat: GG 114
Rating: 4.3/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1841 mb | MP3 size: 2841 mb | WMA size: 1509 mb
Genre: Reggae

1Magnum ForceStudio Connection
2Barbara JonesSend Me The Pillow


  • Producer, Arranged ByA. Ranglin


Send Me the Pillow. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Исполнитель: Various artists. 2019 country. The Race Is On. George Jones. Send Me The Pillow. Cynthia Schloss. From The Album. Play album. Sad Movies. Barbara Jones. 145 listeners. Do you know the lyrics for this track. Barbara Jones had a steady stream of reggae singles in the '70s and broke out into stardom in the '80s with her pulsing cover of Randy VanWarmer's sniffling soft rock downer Just When I Needed You Most. This collection covers her career from the mid- '70s through the mid- '80s and although it leans a little heavier on her latter day pop success, it manages to fit a good number of her earlier reggae sides into its hefty 23 tracks. In addition to the title track, Jones lends her light, breezy delivery to a wide variety of covers here including &quo read. Send Me the Pillow, 02:34. Now playing: Queen - Another One Bites the Dust. Радио Рекорд - Rock radio. Selena Gomez, Marshmello - Wolves. Radio Go Light. Jax Jones - Breathe feat. Ina Wroldsen. Burak Yeter - Tuesday feat. Danelle Sandoval. Обычное Радио. Freya Ridings - Castles. Songs in album Barbara Jones - Don't Stop Loving Me 1979. Barbara Jones - Don't Stop Loving Me. Barbara Jones - The Kiss. Barbara Jones - Personal Belongings. Barbara Jones - Dream Dream. Barbara Jones - Never Let Me Go. Barbara Jones - Johnny Tell Me What To Do. Barbara Jones - If I Had My Way. Charly Records. Send Me the Pillow You Dream On is a country song written and recorded by Hank Locklin. The song has become a standard for the Nashville sound, and has been covered by pop, country, and bluegrass artists. Locklin first released the song in 78-disc 4 Star Records 1360 in September 1949, but it didn't hit the charts. Locklin re-released it in December 1957 on RCA Victor 47-7127 single, and it peaked at No. 5 on Billboard's chart of Most Played C&W by Jockeys and crossed over to the pop charts. Seems a little quiet over here. Related tracks. View all