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  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Somewhere Down the Line - Tramline on AllMusic - Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Somewhere Down the Line - Tramline on AllMusic -
  2. Definition of somewhere down the line in the Idioms Dictionary. somewhere down the line phrase. What does somewhere down the line expression .
  3. Tramline “Tramline” is a two-album group from Middlesbrough (North Yorkshire County). Guitarist Mick Moody and his school friend Paul Rodgers started together in the band “The Roadrunners”. Then they moved to London and called themselves “The Wild Flowers”, taking Bruce Thomas to their bass. Then Rogers went to “Free.”.
  4. Dec 24,  · 6. Somewhere Down The Line (Taylor) - 7. Mazurka (Popple, Sidgwick, Moody) - 8. Statesborough Blues (Taj Mahal) - 9. Killing Floor (Burnett) - Personnel: John McCoy - Harmonica, Vocals Micky Moody - Guitar (Whitesnake, Juicy Lucy, The Moody Marsden Band) Terry Popple - Drums Terry Sidgwick - Bass, Vocals.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Mini LP sleeve CD release of Somewhere Down The Line on Discogs.
  6. Dec 24,  · Re-Up Personnel: John McCoy - Harmonica, Vocals Micky Moody - Guitar (Whitesnake, Juicy Lucy, The Moody Marsden Band) Terry Popple - Drums Terry Sidgwick - Bass, Vocals All thanks to.
  7. May 10,  · Somewhere Down The Line is the first of two albums by a group that was a contemporary of fellow Island Records signing Free and created a similarly, powerful blues sound. Tramline was formed in and featured Micky Moody, a dynamic guitarist who later found fame with Whitesnake/5(2).

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