Category: Alternative


    1. Kazuru

      At the temple beautiful I got the kid but I lost the girl At the temple beautiful She got so excited, Manchester United Her mind was dirty but her hands were clean At the temple beautiful Everybody doing criminal acts Temple beautiful And now the future's here but it feels like the past Temple beautiful I don't remember what happened last.
    2. Baran

      View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Temple Beautiful on Discogs/5(20).
    3. Branris

      Chuck Prophet & The Mission Express Twangfest Off Broadway, St. Louis, Mo 1) Let's Do Something Wrong 2) Play That Song Again 3) Doubter Out Of Jesus 4) Castro Halloween 5) Friend To You 6) Temple Beautiful 7) Who Shot John 8) Would You Love Me 9) Summertime Thing 10) White Night, Big City 11) Sonny Liston Blues 12) Don't Back Out.
    4. Shataxe

      Nobody harneses the distinctive sound of a Fender Telecaster quite like Chuck Prophet and, as the opening chords of 'Play That Song Again' ring out with an undeniable twang, Prophet starts Temple Beautiful with a statement of intent from the off. His most focused and concise work in years, Prophet's twelfth studio album is ultimately an open love letter to San Francisco – filled with gut.
    5. Tojasida

      Charles William "Chuck" Prophet is an American singer-songwriter, guitarist and producer.A Californian, Prophet first achieved notice in the American psychedelic/desert rock group Green on Red, with whom he toured and recorded in the s. He has also recorded a number of solo records, and gained prominence as a musician and songwriter.
    6. Tojind

      Get Chuck Prophet & The Mission Express setlists - view them, share them, discuss them with other Chuck Prophet & The Mission Express fans for free on guipesisobmicerfidasuthanswestre.xyzinfo!
    7. Shaktigore

      Strings in the Temple: Live with Orchestra at the Great American Music Hall, an Album by Chuck Prophet. Released 20 March Genres: Rock.
    8. Nabei

      About Chuck Prophet. Once, when shown an early s Fender Telecaster, Chuck Prophet said, "Hey, you know a guy can make a living off one of those things if he knows what he's doin'." It's safe to say that Prophet knows what he's doin' -- he somehow squeezes old '52 Fender tones from early '80s Squire Telecasters.

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