Ill Go Crazy - The Moody Blues - Go Now (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Dashakar
    item 5 The Moody Blues, Go Now The Moody Blues #1 ORIGINAL plays EXCELLENT PS 4 - The Moody Blues, Go Now The Moody Blues #1 ORIGINAL .
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  3. Zulkishakar
    I'll go crazy, If you leave me, babe, Shall I go crazy, 'Cause I love you, I love you. Oh I love you too much, And if you hurt me I'll go crazy. If you ever go and hurt me, baby, I'll go crazy. 'Cause I love you, I love you. Oh I love you too much, You've got to live for yourself, Yourself, for nobody else.
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  5. Shasar
    The ears decree this album as a marked improvement over The Magnificent Moodies, however slight it might appear to the eyes. I'll Go Crazy is a mediocre James Brown cover, but it shows that at times Denny Laine could approximate Steve Marriott well enough to get the job done. And My Baby's Gone sounds like the one song from the Denny Laine era that should have been covered better by another .
  6. Vujora
    An Introduction to The Moody Blues is a compilation album by the early Moody Blues, led by Denny granigdagatiussamujinn.xyzinfo includes songs from The Magnificent Moodies and early singles, as well as "People Gotta Go" which was only included on a rare French-only EP.. Track listing. Go Now" (Larry Banks, Milton Bennett) – "I'll Go Crazy" (James Brown) –
  7. Kigale
    I'll Go Crazy This song is by The Moody Blues and appears on the album The Magnificent Moodies (). This song is a cover of "I'll Go Crazy" by James Brown. Oh you know I feel alright, Oh yeah. You know I feel alright, children. Oh yeah. You know I feel alright, Oh yeah. Ah, you're hanging me up, baby, Yeah babe. If you leave me, I'll go crazy, If you leave me, babe, Shall I go.
  8. Turn
    Jul 31,  · Go Now–The Moody Blues #1’s opener “I Go Crazy” is obviously inferior to James Brown’s a-side of (which in the spirit of accuracy was titled “I’ll Go Crazy”) and certainly his reading of it captured on Live at the Apollo, quite possibly (actually very likely) the greatest vinyl performance document ever. With that said this.

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