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Album: The Best of Brewer & Shipley - One Toke Over the Line, 2007. Shake Off Your Demon by Brewer and Shipley. Now playing: Ava Max Sweet but Psycho. Радио Мята - The Hits Channel. Queen Another One Bites the Dust.
Shake off the demon See how the angel run Pull out the powder Shoot with an empty gun Burn down the highway Leaving no place to run So many. Shipley - One Toke Over The Line: The Best Of Brewer & Shipley Album Lyrics. 1. Shake Off The Demon. Shipley Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963.
Tarkio is the third album by Brewer & Shipley. Released in 1970, the album (also known as Tarkio Road, as that title was printed on the labels of original pressings of the LP and pre-recorded tapes) yielded the hit singles "One Toke Over the Line" and "Tarkio Road. The title came about when they left California in 1969 returning to the Midwest, this time to Kansas City, Missouri, where they played college towns in Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri, and Kansas.
Redirected from Shake Off The Demon). Shake Off the Demon (1971) was the fourth album released by Brewer & Shipley. all songs Brewer & Shipley except where marked. Side A. "Shake Off the Demon" – 3:08. Merciful Love" – 1:58. Message from the Mission (Hold On)" – 3:09. When Everybody Comes Home" – 1:58. Side B. "Working On the Well" – 3:17. Rock Me On the Water" (Jackson Browne) – 4:00. Natural Child" – 3:46. Back to the Farm" – 3:18.
This is a fine compilation of four complete albums from the early seventies by duo Brewer & Shipley. Whilst they have much in common with similar vocal groups of the time, they differ in that they were not based in sunny California but preferred the Midwest, settling in Kansas City. Therefore the style is a little more rootsy than the smoother fare from CSN and the other LA balladeers which sets this compilation apart and for anyone not familiar with their work, opens a door into a whole new world of early seventies country /folk rock. One of the stand out tracks comes from the first album Witchi-Tai-To which takes the form of a Native American chanted mantra which develops from humble beginnings to a rumbustious finale. There are a few misses however, notably Dylan’s All Along The Watchtower and Jackson Browne’s Rock Me On The Water which are lacklustre and sound like the weak covers that they are.
|1||Shake Off the Demon||Brewer & Shipley|
|2||Merciful Love||Brewer & Shipley|
|3||Message from the Mission (Hold On)||Brewer & Shipley|
|4||One by One||Brewer & Shipley|
|5||When Everybody Comes Home||Brewer & Shipley|
|6||Working on the Well||Brewer & Shipley|
|7||Rock Me on the Water||Brewer & Shipley|
|8||Natural Child||Brewer & Shipley|
|9||Back to the Farm||Brewer & Shipley|
|10||Sweet Love||Brewer & Shipley|
CreditsStephen Barncard - Engineer
Brewer & Shipley - Primary Artist
Michael Brewer - Producer
Jim Gaines - Engineer
Tom Shipley - Producer