9 thoughts on “ Dreams Come True (Stand Up And Take It) - Lone Justice - Shelter (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Lone Justice - Shelter at Discogs. Complete your Lone Justice collection/5().
  2. Made in USA The labels on this release have the catalogue number on left and the title above the center hole, the labels on Shelter have the catalogue number on right and title below center hole. Comes with color printed inner sleeve with lyrics, credits & pictures/5(74).
  3. Dreams Come True (Stand Up and Take It) Lyrics: Stand up and take it, it's all I can do / Am I the worse for trying, neither useless nor improved / With my heart wide open, sometimes I feel so.
  4. Jon Pareles, music critic for The New York Times, gave high praise to McKee's singing and the band's musicianship, but described the album as something of a disappointment in that "the band's songwriting has grown weaker": whereas the songs of the debut album were filled with "down-to-earth details that make country music hit home", those of.
  5. Dreams Come True (Stand Up And Take It), a song by Lone Justice on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  6. Shelter was the much anticipated follow up album to the more raw sounding, self titled first album by Lone Justice. Yes, the songs on this album are fantastic, including Lone Justice's first and only big commercial hit, "Shelter". To be honest, I LOVE Lone Justice, and especially their earlier works/5(49).
  7. Shelter was the much anticipated follow up album to the more raw sounding, self titled first album by Lone Justice. Yes, the songs on this album are fantastic, including Lone Justice's first and only big commercial hit, "Shelter". To be honest, I LOVE Lone Justice, and especially their earlier works/5(51).
  8. Artist: Lone Justice Tracklist: A1: I Found Love A2: Shelter A3: Reflected (On My Side) A4: Beacon A5: Wheels B1: Belfry B2: Dreams Come True (Stand Up And Take It) B3: The Gift B4: Inspiration B5: Dixie Storms Sleeve Grading: Ex Inner Sleeve Grading: VG+ Record Grading: Ex-Label: Geffen Country of Press: United States Speed: 33 Format: LP.
  9. Lone Justice began as part of the L.A. cowpunk scene of the s, inspired by Hedgecock and McKee's shared affection for rockabilly and country music.[2] The group started out as a strict cover band,[3] but after the additions of bassist David Harrington and drummer Don Willens,[4] they began to compose their own material.[3].

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