Dr Hook - The Cover of The Rolling Stones (and the Medicine Show: Live)





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Published on Feb 13, 2013

Sporting denim and buckskin, 1970s country-rock band Dr Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show - Live video. Hook and the Medicine Show came to epitomize the era's laidback, feel-good style Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show - Live film. Though their material was sung in a Dixie drawl and three members were genuine Southerners, Dr Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show - Live review. Hook started out as a New Jersey bar band chosen to provide musical accompaniment for whimsical cartoonist/composer/poet Shel Silverstein Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show - Live DVD. Led by one-eyed vocalist Ray Sawyer and main songwriter Denis Locorriere, the band went on to score further success with their own humor-laced compositions. This concert film captures Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show at their creative peak, performing live renditions of classic songs like "Sylvia's Mother," "Freakin' at the Freaker's Ball," and "The Cover of the Rolling Stone" with all their trademark bawdiness intact.

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