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Is My Sportin' Life the best album by John Kay? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. My Sportin' Life by John Kay (1973) Overall rank: 26,956th. Accolades: Top albums of 1973 ( 357th ). Top albums of the 1970s ( 3,241st ). Best albums of all time ( 26,956th ).
Album: My Sportin' Life. Words and music by John Kay. Though I can't show you the years of my life That I spend on the road to freedom Don't let it throw you, I know of your strife I know what it's like to roam I sang 'em a glad song, played 'em a sad song Sang 'em the whole night long Just for a dollar or what they could
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John Kay, Forgotten songs & unsung heroes -&- my sporting' life (2 albums on one CD): John Kay, the lead singer of Steppenwolf, made these two solo albums between incarnations of his famous band. These albums however are very different from that band. Here, John is singing in a much more relaxed manner and simply doing the songs he was enamored with at the time, plus a couple of his own new compositions
My Sporting Life video. Though I can't show you the years of my life That I spend on the road to freedom Don't let it throw you, I know of your strife I know what it's like to roam I sang 'em a glad song, played 'em a sad song Sang 'em the whole night long Just for a dollar or what they could. offer To somebody's ramblin' boy. When the fun was done, I would pack my bags and I was gone Though the women were kind there was nothing to bind me to one 'Til somebody changed my rough and rowdy ways Somebody changed my ole carousing days Oh when I was.