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Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show, shortened from 1975 onwards to Dr. Hook, were an American rock band, formed in Union City, New Jersey. They enjoyed considerable commercial success in the 1970s with hit singles including "Sylvia's Mother", "The Cover of Rolling Stone", "A Little Bit More", "Sharing the Night Together", and "When You're in Love with a Beautiful Woman". In addition to their own material, Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show performed songs written by the poet Shel Silverstein.
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  1. Dominique Petersen
    DR. HOOK THEN AND NOW
    Walter Hartman, drums.
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  2. Dominique Petersen
    READ ALL ABOUT IT!
    Click here: http://www.nikdesignsgraphics.com/dr-hook-and-me.html
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  3. Dominique Petersen
    Dr. Hook recorded two songs for the Dustin Hoffman film, "Who is Harry Kellerman" with Dennis (Locorriere) singing the lead on both "The Last Morning," the movie's theme song, later re-recorded for their second album, Sloppy Seconds, and "Bunky and Lucille," which the band can be seen performing in the film.
    1972 09 xx SUPERSTARS OF ROCK Last Morning Dr.Hook and the medicine show!!
    1972 09 xx SUPERSTARS OF ROCK Last Morning Dr.Hook and the medicine show!! BeskrivelseThe last morning Dr.Hook and the medicine...
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  4. Dominique Petersen
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    Dr. Hook's original drummer, Jay David, has put out a new album. "This Road" arrived in my mailbox yesterday. Jay is autographing and numbering the first 100 and I snagged #12. If you want an autographed/numbered CD, you'd better order soon. Go to www.jaydavidmusic.com There's a "Buy Now" button at the top of the page (wait for it to load).
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    SATURDAY SMILE: Dominique Petersen
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    A DR. HOOK FLASHBACK FRIDAY FOTO: Dominique Petersen
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  7. Dominique Petersen
    "The Cover of 'Rolling Stone'" is a song written by Shel Silverstein and first recorded by American rock group Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show. Produced by Ron Haffkine and released in 1972, it was the band's third single and peaked at number six on the U.S. pop chart for two weeks on March 17–24, 1973.

    As the song was riding high on the charts, the magazine acquiesced to Dr. Hook's request -- sort of. The March 29, 1973 cover of Rolling Stone did feature the band, but in caricature, rather than in a photograph. Also, the group's name was not used; instead the caption read simply, "What's-Their-Names Make the Cover."
    Dr Hook - "Cover Of The Rolling Stone" (Live from BBC show 1980)
    Dr Hook - "Cover Of The Rolling Stone" (Live from BBC show 1980) https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ronjas-Dr-Hook-Music/170881529652739 Dr Hook - "Cover Of The Rolling Stone" (Live from BBC show...
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    A DR. HOOK TV CLIP
    Dr Hook - "Inteview and Happy Trails" From Soundstage 1979
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