|Style:||Folk Rock, Country Rock|
|Label:||Third Gear Records|
|1||If You Won't Tell Me|
Written-By – J, Oakes
|2||Same Old You|
Written-By – Bill Peterson
Written-By – J.Oakes, Bob McCreedy
|4||I'm Gonna Love You Just A Little More, Baby|
Written-By – Barry White
Written-By – Matthew Smith
|6||Last Time I Saw Her|
Written-By – Bob McCreedy
Track 1: recorded at Iron Mountain Studios, Plymouth, Michigan. Publishing: SA-VETTE Music Co./January Music Corp.
Volebeats appear courtesy of Safehouse Communications Ltd.
Album 1995 6 Songs. Alternative 1995. Album 1994 6 Songs. More By Volebeats. A six-song EP, Bittersweet contains well-written and pleasing countryfolk songs with Oakes and Smith's vocals delivering the same pure and unpretensious charm that made Up North such a great record. The arrangements are simple, but affecting plus, you get a intriguing and darkly seductive cover of Barry White's I'm Gonna Love You Just A Little More, Baby. Listen free to Volebeats Bittersweet I'm Gonna Love You Just A Little More, Baby, Angel and more. 6 tracks 21:45. Bittersweet, 1996. I'm Gonna Love You Just a Little More, Baby, 04:38. Angel, 02:27. Same Old You, 03:40. If You Won't Tell Me, 03:23. Last Time I Saw Her, 04:07. The Volebeats are an American alternative country band from Detroit, Michigan, United States. Formed in Hamtramck, Michigan in 1988, the Volebeats were started as an acoustic outfit by Matthew Smith, Jeff Oakes, Al Oakes and Terry Rohm. The band was part of the roots revival in the 1980s that would become known as the alternative country movement, releasing several tracks and a single on Chicago's Bloodshot Records. The band was featured in Steve Martin's 2005 film Shopgirl, and was hailed by Ryan. or open in our Desktop app. Features Song Lyrics for Volebeats's Bittersweet album. Volebeats - Bittersweet Album Lyrics. I'm Gonna Love You Just a Little More, Baby - Brett Tyler. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Исполнитель: Brett Tyler. 2009 music of the united states