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J. R. Richards - Counting Blue Cars (Studio Version) (File, MP3)

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  1. Malajind
    Find J.R. Richards credit information on AllMusic. Find J.R. Richards credit information on AllMusic Counting Blue Cars: Dishwalla: Engineer, Composer: Symphony of Stars Presents Best of Frank Sinatra Clearwater [Piano Version] J.R. Richards: Primary Artist, Composer.
  2. Yozshugor
    Dishwalla Original Lead Singer Songwriter J.R. Richards Merchandise page. JR Richards music to buy or purchase music, digital downloads, T-shirts. CDs. Compact Discs, Vinyl. Singing Lessons, lyrics, sheet music, songwriting lessons.
  3. Zutaur
    Discover, buy and download high quality mp3 music by J. R. Richards at Mp3Caprice.
  4. Shaktijas
    J.R. Richards, Soundtrack: American Pie. JR Richards is the Original Lead Singer / Songwriter for the Platinum selling band Dishwalla. During his time in DIshwalla wrote among other songs the #1 Hit "Counting Blue Cars. Between Producing other artists, Composing for film and TV and Acting JR has just released 2 new solo albums in
  5. Malajinn
    American Singer & Guitarist (b. 30 April ) in Santa Barbara, CA USA, J.R. was the lead singer of Dishwalla from through He also played guitar and keyboards with the band and appeared in two films and the TV series now focuses on his solo career.
  6. Dukora
    Apr 23,  · Pet Your Friends is the debut album by American alternative rock band Dishwalla. It was released in on A&M Records. The album produced the hit single "Counting Blue Cars", which was a Top 40 favorite. However, the song also caused the group to /5(33).
  7. Kazibei
    J.R. RICHARDS (born John Robert Richards) is Dishwalla's former front man. His debut solo album "A Beautiful End" was released on May 12th, on iTunes worldwide. Starting on May 26, "A Beautiful End" will be available for purchase and download worldwide through all other digital music services (Rhapsody, Napster, Amazon, AOL and more).
  8. JoJobei
    The phrase "counting blue cars" never shows up in the lyric, and the only time something close to it appears is in the second verse with the line, "We count only blue cars." Originally it was "Tell Me All Your Thoughts," JR Richards explained in his Songfacts interview.

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