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9 thoughts on “ Feel Real Fine - The Hot Dogs - Say What You Mean (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Papersleeve CD release of Say What You Mean on Discogs.
  2. The Hot Dogs were a Memphis group who recorded for Stax offshoot Ardent Records in the early- to mid-'70s. Ardent was also Big Star's label and studio during this time period, and the Hot Dogs were a similar band in many respects, drawing on the same mix of Beatlesque guitars and harmonies, although without the skewed, edgy deconstructive feel that made.
  3. And don't worry, unless you ask for them, there won't be any real duds - no Christmas albums, no soundtracks, no long forgotten crooners - Mantovani, Jim Nabors, Mitch Miller. Just normal "played on the radio within the past 40 years" type stuff. Here's the fine print: I .
  4. Nov 14,  · You have to have a lot of respect for hot dogs. It's completely different from sandwich. First of all, the hot dog is American. Sandwiches are not American. They're different. Second of all, a hot dog is like a pop idol. Hot dogs are cute. It's a pop image - everyone knows what a hot dog is.
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  6. Jun 13,  · The Hot Dogs - Let Me Look At The Sun (Rennie-Manning), from the album 'Say What You Mean' (Ardent/Stax, ). Bill Rennie - lead vocals, bass; Greg Reding - .
  7. Simply put this album was influenced by a lot of other but I doubt that they influenced anybody else. A fine album that suffers only by comparison to what they aren't. While they had the same distributions problem as Big Star I think they sort of shot themselves in the foot calling themselves the Hot Dogs/5(2).
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