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Git Down (Guitar Groupie) - Cher - The Casablanca Years (CD)

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  1. Akizragore
    03.11.2019
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    Basically, this is the same as "The Casablanca Years", but is a German import that is noticeably cheaper in the Marketplace at the time of this writing. So if you want Cher's recordings with Casablanca, like disco music, or you're interested in Cher, do buy this while it's cheap! You won't be disappointed!/5(4).
  2. Vushakar
    06.11.2019
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    Git Down Guitar Groupie is kind of goofy, but it's fun, and has a cool melody. That's one of my favorites on the album. Prisoner is not so much disco as it is new wave. By the time this came out disco was dead and new wave was just beginning. So what does Cher do, changes with the times and records a new wave sounding album/5(9).
  3. Arashimuro
    05.11.2019
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    Gene Simmons, her boyfriend at the time, received a credit on the album owing to his presence on the track “Git Down (Guitar Groupie)”. Take Me Home has been released on CD together with her second Casablanca Records album, Prisoner, numerous times in a CD entitled The Casablanca Years. This CD unites all the tracks from both albums.
  4. Kabei
    02.11.2019
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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Hell On Wheels / Git Down (Guitar Groupie) on Discogs. Label: Casablanca - NBD DJ • Format: Vinyl 12 Cher - Hell On Wheels / Git Down (Guitar Groupie) (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(5).
  5. Gromi
    08.11.2019
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    This collection of Cher's late '70s music is highlighted by the disco-fied title cut and the singer's usual disregard for critical acclaim. Also on board are a handful of power ballads, including the robotic "Wasn't It Good," and the characteristically graphic "Git Down (Guitar Groupie).
  6. Julkis
    07.11.2019
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    Cher Take Me Home Git Down (guitar groupie) It hurts inside to know all the times We have ever had cried To keep away the reasoning of why we lied It only lead me down a lonely road And strange of fates as a world to A new and different time or place To live away the.
  7. Mazuk
    10.11.2019
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    The song "Git Down (Guitar Groupie)" also appears on the Cher compilation "The Casablanca Years", released in on the Polygram/Mercury/Casablanca-label. * Gene Simmons has commented that he was in the studio while Cher was recording the album, but that he did not appear on it.
  8. Kigor
    09.11.2019
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    Gene Simmons, her boyfriend at the time, received a credit on the album owing to his presence on the track "Git Down (Guitar Groupie)". Take Me Home has been released on CD together with her second Casablanca Records album, Prisoner, numerous times in a CD entitled The Casablanca Years.

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