Dreadlock Holiday. Ten Cc. Dreadlock Holidays. Graham Gouldman, Eric Stewart. JE srl от лица компании Disco Hustle Records CMRRA, LatinAutor - SonyATV, SOLAR Music Rights Management, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. Язык: Русский. Страна: США. Dreadlock Holiday - 10cc. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Sadly 10cc were coming to an end. Two years earlier Kevin Godley and Lol Creme had left 10CC and they were never quite the same, even though they had a couple of more hits afterwards. Rob from Detroit, MiWow, Luke How do you really feel. Jim from Stonerville, Cahave this song on the snatch soundtrack. coolest song on the album. i don't like reggae. i love it. Guy from Wellington, New ZealandThis is a very cool 10CC song and if you get the chance to see the video they made it lends delightful humour to the rocking reggae tune. Spectrum's 2012 Dreadlock Holiday: The Collection is a scattershot collection of hits - the expected I'm Not in Love and The Things We Do for Love, plus Life Is a Minestrone and Wall Street Shuffle and the title track - album tracks and oddities, all adding up to a fitfully entertaining and often quite frustrating sampler. Dreadlock Holiday in the Style of 10cc. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Dreadlock Holiday is a reggae song by 10cc. Written by Eric Stewart and Graham Gouldman, it was the lead single from the band's 1978 album, Bloody Tourists. The song was based on real events Eric Stewart and Moody Blues vocalist Justin Hayward experienced in Barbados. Stewart changed the location to Jamaica. fairly true Stewart recalled seeing a white guy trying to be cool and he looked so. 10cc. Produced by Graham Gouldman & Eric Stewart. Album Bloody Tourists. Dreadlock Holiday Lyrics. I was walkin' down the street Concentrating on truckin' right I heard a dark voice beside of me And I looked round in a state of fright I saw four faces, one mad A brother from the gutter They looked me up and down a bit And turned to each other. I say I don't like cricket, oh no I love it I don't like cricket, no no I love it. 10cc - Dreadlock Holiday Lyrics. I was walkin' down the street Concentratin' on truckin' right I heard a dark voice beside of me And I looked round in a state of fright I s. Don't you cramp me style Don't you queer on me pitch Don't you walk through my words 'Cause you ain't heard me out yet. I hurried back to the swimming pool Sinkin' pina coladas I heard a dark voice beside me say Would you like something harder She said, I've got it you want it My harvest is the best And if you try it you'll like it And wallow in a dreadlock holiday. And I say don't like Jamaica oh no I love her Don't like Jamaica, oh no I love her oh yea. Watch the video for Dreadlock Holiday from 10cc's The Very Best of 10cc for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. It was written by Eric Stewart and Graham Gouldman and was the lead single from the band's 1978 album, Bloody Tourists. Lead vocals were performed by Graham Gouldman. The lyrics, about a white man lost in Jamaica, were based on a true story told by Moody Blues vocalist Justin Hayward about an experience he had had in Barbados it was a rare excursion into reggae for the act. It became the act's third and final number one single in the UK, and final top 10 hit, spending a single week at the top in September 1978. The single p read more. Dreadlock Holiday In The Style Of '10cc'