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  1. Feb 6, 2011 · The band had eight years of regular chart hits in the United States, where their music was played on top-40, easy listening, and country music outlets, and throughout the English-speaking world...

    • Feb 6, 2011
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    • Ronja´s Dr Hook Channel
  2. Oct 8, 2009 · REMASTERED IN HD!!Official Music Video for Hook performed by Blues Traveler.Follow Blues Traveler:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bluestravelerTwitter: ...

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  3. Oct 10, 2020 · Dr. Hook Greatest Hits || Best songs of Dr. Hook ( full album ) Classic Rock Music. 7.1K subscribers. Subscribe. Subscribed. 13K. 1.1M views 3 years ago. Dr. Hook Greatest Hits || Best...

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  4. Dr Hook's Greatest Hits A new music service with official albums, singles, videos, remixes, live performances and more for Android, iOS and desktop. It's all here.

    • Walk Right in
    • Sexy Eyes
    • All The Time in The World
    • only Sixteen
    • Cover of The Rolling Stone
    • When You’Re in Love with A Beautiful Woman
    • Better Love Next Time
    • A Little Bit More
    • Sharing The Night Together
    • Sylvia’s Mother

    In 1977, Dr. Hook dug deep into the music archives and dug out Walk Right In, a country-blues songoriginally recorded by Cannon’s Jug Stompers all the way back in 1929. In the intervening years, the Rooftop Singers had stormed the charts with their revised version, which took the group to the top of the Easy Listening chart in 1962. Dr. Hook’s rend...

    Described by forgotten-songs.comas a “simple love-at-first-sight song set on a dance floor,” Sexy Eyes is the very definition of a guilty pleasure. It wasn’t cool in 1980 and it’s certainly not cool now, but if you can’t resist a glitterball and a flared jumpsuit, this is the cheese-fest for you. Released as the second single from the album Sometim...

    Albums don’t get much sleazier than Pleasure and Pain, a record that opens with the ultimate ode to one-night stands, Sharing the Night Together, and ends with the self-explanatory boogie of You Make My Pants Want to Get Up and Dance. It is, as All Music says, an album that’s appealing and alienating in equal measures. Like the rest of the album, A...

    Only Sixteen was originally a hit for Sam Cooke, who enjoyed a top 30 hit with it in 1959. Almost 20 years later, Dr. Hook revisited it for their album Bankrupt. Released as a single in late 1975, it was a big hit, charting at No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 5 on the Cash Box Top 100, eventually certifying gold. The BBC didn’t much like it, ...

    Only Sixteen wasn’t the first Dr. Hook song to get in the BBC’s black books. Back in 1972, they decided Cover Of The Rolling Stone wasn’t fit for public consumption, not, as many people thought, because of the line “I got a freaky old lady name of Cocaine Katie,” but because they believed the band was selling a brand name. In fact, they were simply...

    Legend has it that the writer of When You’re In Love With A Beautiful Woman, Even Stevens, was so desperate to get his song on the radio, he followed producer Roff Haffkine into the studio bathroom and pitched him the song there and then. His tactics worked, and Haffkine went on to produce the song for Dr. Hook on the 1978 album Pleasure and Pain. ...

    As per lyrics.com, Better Love Next Time is written from the perspective of someone comforting a despondent friend who’s lost a love, with the reassurance that they’ll find “better love next time.” Whether or not the advice did the trick, who knows, but the band’s fans certainly lapped it up, taking it to No. 12 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 3 o...

    A Little Bit More was first recorded by Bobby Gash for his 1973 album Sitting in the Quiet. The album didn’t make waves, and neither did the song, but in 1976, Dr. Hook gave it a slick update and turned it into an international hit. Released as the lead single from their album of the same name, it peaked at No. 11 on the Billboard Hot 100 and spent...

    Sharing the Night Together, the opening track to the band’s 1978 album Pleasure and Pain, is the ultimate one-night stand anthem. Slick, saccharine, and dripping with sleaze, it’s Dr. Hook in a nutshell. If disco leaves you cold, you might want to skip it. If you’ve got a soft spot for Saturday Night Fever and corn, it’s essential listening. Releas...

    At No. 1 on our list of the top 10 Dr. Hook songs of all time is Sylvia’s Mother. Released in March 1972, it was the band’s first big hit, reaching No. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100, No. 2 in the UK, and topping the charts in Ireland, Australia, and South Africa. An autobiographical account of writer Shel Silverstein’s attempt to revive a failed relat...

  5. 1996 1 viewer 2 Contributors Here Comes the Blues Again Lyrics You haven't been off my mind since you left me It seems like you’ve been gone a year or two It's really such a shame 'cause my...

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