Aliotta Haynes Jeremiah

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Lake Shore Drive 03:56 Tools
For Eddy 03:53 Tools
Snow Queen 04:31 Tools
Shot of Gold 04:37 Tools
Uppers and Downers 03:19 Tools
Midnight Plane To Nairobi 04:07 Tools
One Night Stand 03:37 Tools
Beam me up Scotty 03:54 Tools
Slippin' Away 06:50 Tools
Money Talks 03:12 Tools
I am a Robber 03:42 Tools
Last One Of The Night People 03:52 Tools
Last of the Night People 03:53 Tools
2000 Miles 05:01 Tools
Lake Shore Drive Chicago 02:56 Tools
Lake Shore Drive [2017. Стражи Галактики Vol.2] 02:56 Tools
Long Time Gone 05:52 Tools
With My Eyes Closed 02:22 Tools
For Eddie 03:55 Tools
Midnite Plane to Nairobi 03:47 Tools
Leavin' Chicago A.M.F. 03:55 Tools
Leavin' Chicago 00:00 Tools
La Roux 03:55 Tools
tomorrow's another day 03:47 Tools
poppa song 05:23 Tools
Lake Shore Drive [OST Стражи Галактики. Часть 2] 05:23 Tools
Got To Get Home To You 03:55 Tools
brother's keeper 03:30 Tools
Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 03:55 Tools
A Little Song 03:55 Tools
Long Time Comin (Gone) 03:55 Tools
Rockefeller's Blues 03:55 Tools
Midnite Plane to Nairori 03:55 Tools
A Couple of Times a Year 03:55 Tools
I'm Leaving For Chicago 03:55 Tools
Being Alone 03:55 Tools
Lake Shore Drive ( OST Стражи галактики 2) 03:55 Tools
Lake Shore Drive (OST Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2) 03:55 Tools
Uppers & Downers 03:55 Tools
The Last One Of The Night People 03:55 Tools
Lake Shore Drive (OST Guardians Of The Galaxy 2) 03:55 Tools
Fine Old Lady 03:55 Tools
Skipper's Fiesta 04:50 Tools
Long Time Coming 03:55 Tools
Lake Shore Drive [OST Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2] 03:55 Tools
leavin chicago 03:55 Tools
Slippin Away 03:55 Tools
Slippin' Way 03:55 Tools
Aliotta Haynes Jeremiah - Lake 04:35 Tools
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Aliotta-Haynes-Jeremiah was an American rock group from the early 1970s. This trio was originally composed of bassist Mitch Aliotta, drummer Ted Aliotta, and guitarist Skip Haynes. Ted left after their debut album to be replaced by pianist John Jeremiah. They scored a popular regional hit in the Chicago, Illinois area in 1971 with the single and album "Lake Shore Drive," an homage to the famed lakefront highway in Chicago and (some believe) also to LSD, a hallucinogen. "Lake Shore Drive" is featured in the 2017 movie Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Lake Shore Drive, the album, was re-released on compact disc in 1996 for its 25th anniversary on a 2-CD set, along with some of their other songs. The single 1992 Quicksilver "Lake Shore Drive" CD is missing 2 of the songs from the original 1971 Big Foot release: "Leaving Chicago" and "Long Time Gone" – aka "Long Time Coming". The initials "LSD" are occasionally used in Chicago vernacular to refer to the highway (although it is sometimes referred to as the Outer Drive to distinguish it from Inner Lake Shore Drive, which extends from Ohio St. to Hollywood Av.). Outside of the Chicago area, the initials are known only as the name of the drug. Skip Haynes claims "Lake Shore Drive" has no drug references whatsoever, unlike "The Snow Queen," which references the up- and downsides of cocaine usage. The band appeared in a 1978 made-for-TV movie, "Sparrow," playing a rock band whose lead singer is electrocuted while performing onstage. Keyboardist John Jeremiah died December 5, 2011, in Chester, Illinois. Mitchell A. Aliotta, of Aliotta Haynes Jeremiah and Rotary Connection, died on July 22, 2015, aged 71.[2][3] Skip Haynes died October 5, 2017. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.