Johnny Gustafson - Just To Be With You mp3 flac
Johnny Gustafson Take Me For A Little While, Make Me Your Number One (45) Polydor BM 5. Note: The upper image is of the promo version and was kindly sent by John Gustafson from his personal archive. This is an ambitious (and hard to find) concept album recorded in Sweden with an array of artists, mostly Swedish. The album was produced by Quatermass producer Anders Henriksson, and countryman Janne Schaffer also plays a prominent part. David Garriock, who is mentioned elsewhere, sings. John Gustafson's vocals can be heard on the track Mad Elaine. This UK pressing mistakenly features Smoke On The Water twice, at the expense of an omitted My Baby Love Me. Various Artists Butterfly Ball VCL Video 1975.
English bass player John "Gus" Gustafson also known as Johnny Gustafson, born 8 August 1942 in Liverpool, Lancashire, England, died 11 September 2014. He had a lengthy recording and live performance career. In Groups: Ablution, Bullet (13), Episode Six, Hard Stuff (2), Ian Gillan Band, John Du Cann's Daemon, Johnny & John, Quatermass (3), Roger Glover and Guests, Roxy Music, Sphincter Ensemble, The Big Three, The Johnny Gus Set, The Merseybeats, The Pirates (3), The Spencer Davis Group. Variations: Viewing All John Gustafson.
Check Johnny Gustafson: Massena Central, Brian, Merseybeats, Adrian Barber, Hutchinson, Music, Junior, Beatles, Quatermass, 8 August 1942, Courier-Observer. Listen to music from Johnny Gustafson like Just To Be With You, Take Me For A Little While & more. Reconstuction Project by Johnny Gustafson on Prezi. The Battle took place in April of Robert E Lee's Confederate Army marched into VA and quickly pushed back the Union's front lines. Overview for Johnny Gustafson.
1942-08-08)8 August 1942 Liverpool, Lancashire, England. John Frederick Gustafson (8 August 1942 – 12 September 2014) was an English bass guitar player and singer, who had a lengthy recording and live performance career. During his career, he was a member of the bands The Big Three, Ian Gillan Band, Roxy Music and his own group, Quatermass, among others. He was bassist on several tracks for Flamenco guitarist Juan Martin's 1981 concept album, Picasso Portraits (Flamencovision CD FV 03, 1994) namely: Harlequin – 1918, Desire Caught By The Tail – 1943, The Aficionado – 1912 and Girls of Algiers – 1955. Also played on Kevin Ayers' album The Confessions of Dr Dream, 1974. In 1983 he was in the group Rowdy which included Ray Fenwick and Billy Bremner.
Now listen honey I just want to be beside you everywhere As long as we're together, honey, I don't care 'Cause you've started something, oh, can't you see? That ever since we met you've had a hold on me No matter what you do I only want to be with you. Oh, you stopped and you smiled at me And asked if I'd care to dance I fell into your open arms I didn't stand a chance
Lyrics to "To Be With You" song by Mr. Big: Hold on little girl Show me what he's done to you Stand up little girl A broken heart can't be that. Build up your confidence So you can be on top for once wake up who cares about Little boys that talk too much I seen it all go down Your game of love was all rained out So come on baby, come on over Let me be the one to hold you. I'm the one who wants to be with you Deep inside I hope you feel it too Waited on a line of greens and blues Just to be the next to be with you. Why be alone when we can be together baby You can make my life worthwhile I can make you start to smile
1942-08-08)8 August 1942 Liverpool, Lancashire, England. John Frederick Gustafson (8 August 1942 – 11 September 2014) was an English bass guitar player and singer, who had a lengthy recording and live performance career.
John Gustafson was born in Liverpool in 1942 to a Swedish father and an Irish mother. His elder brother became a painter and decorator and bought him an old guitar from a workmate. In the late 1950s beat groups were forming in Liverpool and one of them, Cass and the Cassanovas, featured Brian Casser, Adrian Barber on guitar, Johnny Gustafson on bass and Johnny Hutchinson on drums. Gus played on the original cast album for Jesus Christ Superstar and the all-star Butterfly Ball. He was on the late Lynsey de Paul's "Sugar Me" as well as sessions for Cilla Black and Rolf Harris.
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|A||Just To Be With You
Written-By – Griffiths*, Gustafson*
Written-By – Griffiths*, Gustafson*
- Published By – Ivy Music
- Published By – Merit Music
NotesIvy Music Ltd (Side A)
Merit Music (Side B)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): (Stamped) BM 56022 A [Triangle symbol] 111
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): (Stamped) BM 56022 B1 [2 Triangle symbols] 112
|421 008||The Johnny Gus Set*||Just To Be With You / Sweet Day (7", Single, Mono)||International Polydor Production||421 008||Germany||1965|