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9 thoughts on “ Dont Tell Me - Pat McLaughlin - Party At Pats (CD, Album)

  1. Pat McLaughlin. K likes. In the last 40 years, Pat McLaughlin has penned and performed numerous hit songs, including: "Lynda" (Steve Wariner), "Tell Me About It" (Tanya Tucker & Delbert.
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  3. VG: The record has obviously been played often but is still in playable condition - there may be obvious signs of wear or scratches which may cause surface noise or occasional pop or ticks. This grade is usually reserved for rare or collectible records which are worth having in any carswihanighrerateachtoutetesipcent.coinfo Rating: % positive.
  4. Rumoured to be a demo from PND and Jeremih’s scrapped Late Night Party project, a snippet of “Don’t Tell Me” leaked online on June 2, , the same day that PARTY released his COLOURS 2.
  5. Pat McLaughlin is a well-travelled guitar player who has been under the wire for way too long. He's had solo albums on Capitol, been a member of Tiny Town (subdudes offshoot), played on the last Johnny Cash sessions and had his songs been hits for Steve Wariner, Alan Jackson, Tanya Tucker & Delbert McClinton as well as having been covered by Taj Majal, Bonnie Raitt, John Prine and the /5(9).
  6. FitzGerald's welcomes back one of Nashville's most revered songwriters. Pat McLaughlin has worked with many Nashville greats, including recent collaborations/tours with John Prine (Pat and John are two-time Grammy nominees for Best American Roots Song on Prine's excellent album "Tree Of Forgiveness") and The Black Keys' Dan Auerbach on his solo disc "Waiting for a Song.".
  7. Pat McLaughlin is a singer/songwriter based in Nashville, Tennessee.. He was raised in Waterloo, Iowa, but moved to San Francisco, California in the early s. There McLaughlin began to write songs, playing alone at open mic nights and in the streets near the bay. After a brief stint in Boston, he moved to Nashville where he formed a band and released his first album in

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