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8 thoughts on “ Hawks (2) - Its All Right, Its O.K. / Spend This Evening (Vinyl)

  1. Produced by Tom Werman (who also twiddled the knobs for Cheap Trick), the album is crisp and full, filled with harmonies, layered guitars, and, best of all, great tunes. Keyboardist Dave Hearn leads the pack with the most disc space (the perfect opener "It's Alright, It's OK" is one of his), but all the writers carry their own weight.6/
  2. The expression, "O.K." is first used; it refers to “Old Kinderhook,” birthplace of Martin Van Buren (), and is also the name of a Democratic Club in New York City. Popular Culture The ritual of afternoon tea is introduced in Britain by Anna, the Duchess of Bedford ().
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  5. Hawks, an Album by Hawks. Released in on Columbia (catalog no. NJC ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Power Pop.
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