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Little Willie Brown - Just Like This / Going Back To the Country
Little Willie Brown - Just Like This / Going Back To the Country
Performer: Little Willie Brown
Title: Just Like This / Going Back To the Country
Label: Suntan Records
Country: US
Released: 1956
Style: Rhythm & Blues
Cat: 1112
Rating: 4.0/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1733 mb | MP3 size: 1787 mb | WMA size: 1562 mb
Genre: Blues
Tracklist

1Going Back To the Country
2Just Like This

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LITTLE WILLIE BROWN & HIS COMBO Going back to the country, just like this SUNTAN 1112 Recorded in Houston, Texas To The City I'm Going Back To The Country - Jimmy Briscoe, The Little Beavers. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Little Willie's most famous song on Federal was K C Loving, the first recording of what became Kansas City, a rock'n'roll standard covered by more than 100 artists. Littlefield's version was only a hit in the Bay area, but in 1959 Wilbert Harrison's 1 hit prompted Federal to reissue it, with overdubs that beef up the rhythm nicely. Federal always used fine session musicians to back Littlefield's distinctive piano triplets. Various members of Johnny Otis's circle play on the duets, and elsewhere Maxwell Davis, Rufus Gore and Wardell Gray contribute earthy tenor sax solos, while Tiny Mitchell, Charlie Grayson and Jesse Irvin feature on guitar. Little Willie Littlefield Willie Littlefield, Jr. September 16, 1931 June 23, 2013, was an American R&B and boogie-woogie pianist and singer whose early recordings formed a vital lLittle Willie Littlefield Willie Littlefield, Jr. September 16, 1931 June 23, 2013, was an American R&B and boogie-woogie pianist and singer whose early recordings formed a vital l read more. September 16, 1931 June 23, 2013, was an American R&B and boogie-woogie pianist and singer whose early recordings formed a vital link between boogie-woogie and rock and roll. L read more. Learn more. Recent Listening Trend. It's a casual, appealing collection of country covers, spiked with four originals from various members of the band. But to suggest that there is a leader to the Little Willies kind of misses the point - this is a group that got together for a good time, and accordingly there's very little ego to be heard in the music itself. But where some jam sessions can veer toward the indulgent and insular, this is warm and friendly, unassuming and unpretentious, even when it gets a little jokey at the end with Lou Reed. Just Like Us is the fourth studio album by American pop rock group Paul Revere & the Raiders. Produced by Terry Melcher and released on January 3, 1966, by Columbia Records, it featured the U. hit single Just Like Me. Unlike their later albums, on which Mark Lindsay was the primary lead singer, the lead vocal duties on Just Like Us were split among him and the other band members, guitarist Drake Levin, bassist Phil Volk, and drummer Mike Smith. This was their last album of cover songs, their. The double album actually included as much pop and rock as country: Johnny Lee, Charlie Daniels, and Mickey Gilley mixed with Jimmy Buffett, the Eagles, Bonnie Raitt, Boz Scaggs, Joe Walsh, and Linda Ronstadt. But you might say the same about country music of the period generally. Back to the Barrooms is an on-the-downlow concept album devoted to wine, women, and song - and to their attendant anxieties for working musicians, evidenced most obviously in Leonard, Merles tribute to mentor Tommy Collins, . Leonard Sipes. Willie Nelson and Ray Price, San Antonio Rose. Willie Nelson was everywhere in 1980. Sugar Brown. Jimmy Briscoe & The Little Beavers. Together We'll Find The Way. Jimmy Briscoe And The Little Beavers. Invitation To The World. Jimmy Briscoe And The Beavers. Country music legend Willie Nelson tells his life story his way, with humor and outright honesty. Most of the time, it feels as if he is sitting right across the table talking directly to us, pouring out his heart and soul. Christine M. Irvin, BookReporter. Written in a very beautiful and gripping style, Nelson's book reads like a novel. The Washington BookReview. As a kid, Willie Nelson wrote poetry. From an early age, he understood the power of a simple, direct voice and it's this voice that makes My Life more than just another run-of-the-mill, music industry memoir. You don't need to be a fan to be beguiled by his gift for spinning a yarn. Fiona Capp, The Sydney Morning Herald. In a quaint French country graveyard in the village of Authuille 5km north of Albert and close to the battlefields of the Somme a wreath, with its leaves now withered, rests against a white headstone. Eager to do his bit for the war effort, Willie enlisted in the army in Belfast just nine months before his death. He would serve with the 9th Battalion of the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers which was formed in Omagh in September 1914 and was known as 'the Tyrones'. Interestingly, the 12th battalion of the Inniskilling Fusiliers fought against the Irish rebels on Easter week in 1916 in Dublin with two of its soldiers dying and seven being wounded