Category: Classic Rock

Personal Possessions - Tower Of Power - Monster On A Leash (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Keep Your Monster On A Leash Lyrics: (Say people!) / Some people let their monster do the talkin' all night long / Some people drink and drink 'til they pass out / Some people don't know what I'm.
  2. Sep 23,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Tower of Power - Keep Your Monster On A Leash - 8/15/ - Newport Jazz Festival (Official) YouTube Keep Your Monster On A Leash - Duration: Tower Of Power .
  3. Monster on a Leash Wikipedia article Album by Tower of Power. Little Knowledge (Is A Dangerous Thing) How Could This Happen To Me Who Do You Think You Are Attitude Dance You Can't Fall Up (You Just Fall Down) Funk The Dumb Stuff Believe It Personal Possessions Miss Trouble (Got A Lot Of Nerve) Keep Your Monster On A Leash Someone New Mr. Toad's Wild Ride External links Amazon: buy Monster .
  4. Track List A little knowledge (is a dangerous thing) How could this happen to me Who do you happen to me Attitude dance You can't fall up (you just fall down) Funk the dumb stuff Believe it Personal possessions Miss Trouble (gotta love nerve) Keep your monster on a leash Someone new nelabarmellkirikus.xyzinfo's wild ride This is a new, unopened CD in its original packaging.
  5. Listen free to Tower of Power – Monster On A Leash (A Little Knowledge (Is A Dangerous Thing), How Could This Happen To Me (Album Version) and more). 12 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at nelabarmellkirikus.xyzinfo
  6. "Personal Possessions" is the only track here that sounds like an average s/s MOR soul song. Of course there are hard rock-ish guitars on "Keep Your Monster on a Leash" – another one that I don't like much – while "Who Do You Think You Are" and "Funk the Dumb Stuff" are very basic funk numbers that don't work as well as they.
  7. In contrast to the many soul veterans who who have turned to urban contemporary sounds in the hope of staying on the staying on the charts, Tower of Power has stuck with the type of horn-driven, live-sounding funk and soul that put the Bay Area band on the map. Tower was long past its prime by the time Monster on a Leash was released in , and had experienced its share of personnel changes.
  8. Monster on a Leash is an album by Tower of Power released in It was their debut on Epic Records. This album is considered a return-to-form for the band and debuts lead vocalist Tom Bowes, thus far the only T.O.P. lead vocalist to be of Caucasian descent.5/5(9).

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