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Hold on I'm Coming - Sam & Dave

Hold on I'm Coming

25 Greatest Hits
soul funk oldies groovy 60s


Featured in HBO's acclaimed "John From Cincinnati" Soundtrack 1. "Johnny Appleseed" - Joe Strummer - Main title/theme song 2. "The Perfect Ending" - Harriet Street - Promos/Previously on 3. "Goin' Up The Country" - Canned Heat - Episode 101: Vietnam Joe in van 4. "Sun/Rise/Light/Flies" - Kasabian - Episode 101: Closing credits 5. "Tic" - Kava Kava - Episode 102: Shaun prepares for competition 6. "Staring at the Sun" - TV On The Radio - Episode 102: Closing credits 7. "Time To Say Goodbye" - Sarah Brightman - Episode 103: Freddie in his car outside the hospital 8. "You Light Up My Life" - Debby Boone - Episode 103: Barry recalls what happened in Room 24 9. "Boogie Chillen" - Buddy Guy - Episode 103: John says "see God Kai" and trippy montage ensues 10. "Feeling Good" - Muse - Episode 103: Closing credits 11. "Unisono" - Control Machete - Episode 104: John gets in the van with the homeys 12. "Un Di Felice, Eterea" - David Byrne - Episode 104: Vietnam Joe finds John, John signals Cass 13. "In Your Eyes" - Peter Gabriel - Episode 104: Kai reminds Butchie of their Jr Prom 14. "Over, Under, Sideways, Down" - The Yardbirds - Episode 104: Closing credits 15. "Tonights The Night" - The Shirelles - Episode 105: Butchie and Tina in diner 16. "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood" - Elvis Costello - Episode 105: Closing credits 17. "And When I Die" - Laura Nyro - Episode 106: Freddie & Bill 18. "My Favorite Things" - John Coltrane - Episode 106: Closing credits 19. "Watching The Wheels" - Matisyahu - Episode 107: Closing credits 20. "Tennessee Waltz" - Patti Page - Episode 108: Barry has vision in bar 21. "When Love Comes To Town" - U2 - Episode 108: Closing credits 22. "Hold On, I'm Coming" - Sam & Dave - Episode 109: Closing credits 23. "Series of Dreams" - Bob Dylan - Episode 110: Opening scene, John & Shaun surf in


Sam & Dave were an American soul and rhythm and blues (R&B) duo who performed together from 1961 through 1981. The tenor (higher) voice was Sam Moore (born Samuel David Hicks on October 12, 1935 in Winchester, Georgia), and the baritone/tenor (lower) voice was David Prater (born May 9, 1937, Ocilla, Georgia; died April 9, 1988, Sycamore, Georgia). During 1965–68 they had consistent R&B chart success, including 10 consecutive top 20 singles and 3 consecutive top 10 albums. Show more ...

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