Category: Classic Rock

Rock Myself To Sleep - Starship (2) - Knee Deep In The Hoopla (Cassette)

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  1. Rock Myself to Sleep This song is by Starship and appears on the album Knee Deep in the Hoopla (). This song is a cover of "Rock Myself to Sleep" by April Wine. Yeah! Every night I rock myself to sleep, every night I rock myself to sleep Every night I rock myself to sleep, thinkin' about.
  2. AllMusic retrospectively described Knee Deep in the Hoopla as the Jefferson Airplane/Jefferson Starship/Starship project's "most overtly commercial effort to date". [2] The track "Desperate Heart", written by Michael Bolton and Randy Goodrum, also appears on Bolton's album Everybody's Crazy, released the same year.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Knee Deep In The Hoopla on Discogs/5(2).
  4. Listen to your favorite songs from Knee Deep In The Hoopla by Starship Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  5. Starship is the name of more than one artist: 1) an American pop/rock band 2) trance act 3) UK powerpop 4) tech house group 5) 70s rock band with Micky Dolenz 1) Starship is an American pop/rock band best known for their hits "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now" and "We Built This City" that operated from to , reforming in although featuring just vocalist Mickey Thomas.
  6. Sara Lyrics: Go now / Don't look back / We've drawn the line / Move on / It's no good to go back in time / I'll never find another girl like you / For happy endings / It takes two / We're fire.
  7. Knee Deep in the Hoopla Starship Rock ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. Preview. TITLE TIME; 1 We Built This City 2 Sara 3 Tomorrow Doesn't Matter Tonight 4 Rock Myself to Sleep 5 Desperate Heart 6 Private Room 7 Before I Go 8 Hearts of the World (Will Understand)
  8. "Knee Deep In The Hoopla" is a fine mid's album that still holds up well today in spite of its slightly dated arrangements, and this CD version makes it sound crisp and bright all over again. Besides, Grace Slick's unique vocal presence kept the band from being "just another top 40 band"; her chops lifted even banal songs like "Hearts Of The /5(88).

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