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Wendy* & Lemmy / Motörhead - Stand By Your Man (CD)

2 Oct

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  1. Buy No Remorse [Expanded Edition] (CD) by Motörhead (CD $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  2. - Stand By Your Man (EP) by Wendy & Lemmy (13 was performed by Motörhead with Plasmatics guitarist Richie Stotts instead of Eddie Clarke, 14 was performed only by The Plasmatics, 15 was performed by Motörhead with Wendy O. Williams and Richie Stotts of The Plasmatics and also without Eddie Clarke). Coversongs original by.
  3. Eddie even handled the vocals on a few songs as well, such as "Beer Drinker and Hell Raisers" and "I'm Your Witchdoctor". In , Clarke leaves Motorhead due to the band recording the Tammy Wynette song, "Stand by Your Man". The song would pair Motorhead with Plasmatics vocalist Wendy .
  4. Lemmy & Wendy O. Williams - Stand By Your Man; Motörhead - Another Perfect Day; Motörhead - No Remorse; Hawkwind - Earth Ritual Preview (12" EP) Robert Calvert - Freq; Various artists - Hear'n'Aid; Hawkwind - Space Ritual Vol. 2 (compilation live) Hawkwind - In the Beginning (live) Motörhead.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Stand By Your Man on Discogs. Label: Bronze - BRO • Format: Vinyl 7 Wendy* & Lemmy - Stand By Your Man (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(39).
  6. Stand by Your Man: Wendy & Lemmy: 4: I’ve Got to Rock (to Stay Alive) Saxon feat. Lemmy Kilmister, Angry Anderson and Andi Deris: 1: We Are the Ones: Chris Declercq featuring Lemmy Kilmister: 1: The Mask: Lynda Kay & Lemmy: 1.
  7. Nov 26,  · Tammy Wynette – Stand By Your Man Technically not a Motörhead cover but a collaboration between Lemmy and Plasmatics singer Wendy O Williams recording an old country hit. Recording did not go well, with Williams taking forever to sing in tune, and Motörhead guitarist Fast Eddie Clark – who was producing the record – was not.
  8. The re-release version has an additional 5 tracks that include 2 versions of "Under the Knife" (which were also new recordings for this record), and the 3 tracks from the"Stand By Your Man" EP that Lemmy did with the singer from The Plasmatics, but in reverse order. I cannot stress this enough: Motörhead blows other 70s bands out of the water/5(92).

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