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The resulting album, The Promised Land, a collaboration between Sagol 59 and Yares, was the first album featuring Hebrew versions of Grateful Dead songs. With his translations, Rotem said he attempted to keep the phonetics of the lyrics intact as much as possible, choosing the band's more approachable songs. com/The Promised Land (Sagol 59 album). Again released: 2014. The Many Sides of Dave Edmunds - The Greatest Hits and More released: 2008. The Many Sides of Dave Edmunds released: 2007. The Best of the EMI Years released: 2005. From Small Things: The Best of Dave Edmunds released: 2004. 7th, Information released: 2002. Riff Raff, I Hear You Rockin' - Greatest Hits Live released: 2002.
This song is by Dave Edmunds and appears on the album Rockpile (1972). This song is a cover of "Promised Land" by Chuck Berry.
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6. Dance, Dance, Dance. 7. Lover Not a Fighter. 8. Egg or the Hen. 9. Sweet Little Rock and Roller. Dave Edmunds, Rocker: Early Works 1968-1972. Compilation, 1977, EMI Records. 1. Sabre Dance (Single Version). 12. In the Land of the Few.
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Promised Land (Chuck Berry song). Promised Land" is a song lyric written by Chuck Berry to the melody of "Wabash Cannonball", an American folk song. The song was first recorded in this version by Chuck Berry in 1964 for his album St. Louis to Liverpool. Released in December, 1964, it was Berry's first single issued following his prison term for a Mann Act conviction. The record peaked at in the Billboard charts on January 16, 1965.