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The Coasters - Along Came Jones
The Coasters - Along Came Jones
Performer: The Coasters
Title: Along Came Jones
Label: London Records, London American Recordings
Country: UK
Released: 1958
Style: Rock & Roll, Doo Wop, Soul, Rockabilly
Cat: 45-HLE 8882
Rating: 4.0/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2706 mb | MP3 size: 2174 mb | WMA size: 1518 mb
Genre: Rock / Funk
Tracklist

1That Is Rock And Roll
Written-By – Leiber, Stoller
2Along Came Jones
Written-By – Leiber, Stoller

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
45-6141The Coasters Along Came Jones / That Is Rock And Roll ‎(7")ATCO Records45-6141US1959
45-6141The Coasters Along Came Jones / That Is Rock & Roll ‎(7", Single)ATCO Records45-6141US1959
DL 20259The Coasters Along Came Jones ‎(7", Single, Pus)London RecordsDL 20259Germany1958
112007The Coasters Along Came Jones / That Is Rock And Roll ‎(7", Single)Atlantic112007France1959
45-6141The Coasters Along Came Jones / That Is Rock & Roll ‎(7", MO)ATCO Records45-6141US1959

Notes

Tri-centre
Recorded by ATCO, New York

Companies

  • Recorded By – ATCO Records

Video

Album

Along Came Jones - The Coasters. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Along Came Jones is the 1965 debut album recorded by Tom Jones and included his massive hit single It's Not Unusual. The album reached No 11. Some of the songs were covers and some were written especially for Jones like the Gordon Mills-penned The Rose. In July 1965 Parrot Records USA, Canada issued an abridged 12 track version of the album, titled It's Not Unusual. Side 1. I've Got a Heart Gordon Mills, Les Reed 2:33. It Takes a Worried Man Traditional arranged by Gordon Mills 2:40. The Coasters. Along Came Jones. Watch the video for Along Came Jones from The Coasters's The Ultimate Coasters for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar Came Jones. Released: Mar 2013. Label: Nineteen Forties Music. Coast Along With The Coasters. 16 Greatest Hits. Album: The Ultimate Coasters 1959. Charted: 9. Get the Sheet Music License This Song . By the time The Coasters and Leiber and Stoller got to Along Came Jones, they'd wandered quite far from their blues roots and very nearly approached inventing their own genre. The Coasters were more of a Greek chorus telling stories with music, and the stories were humorous and even satirical. The concept of novelty songs hadn't even occurred to anyone in 1959. The inspiration for this song was a film, Along Came Jones, a 1945 comedy-Western starring Gary Cooper and Loretta Young. As is the case with Charlie Brown, the two have nothing to do with each other but the title. Along Came Jones is a comedic song written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller and originally recorded by The Coasters, but covered by many other groups and individuals. 1 The song. 2 Origins and meaning. 3 Cover versions. 4 References. 5 External links. Told from the perspective of a person watching television, the song tells of the interaction between a gunslinger stock villain, Salty Sam, and a ranch owner, Sweet Sue, on an unnamed television show. Along Came Jones 14 April 2018 Trailers from Hell. The Lone Ranger review 10 August 2013 The Guardian - Film News. Gary Cooper on TCM: Controversial Friendly Persuasion, Tame Mr. Deeds Goes To Town 19 December 2010 Alt Film Guide. Riding into Payneville, easy-going cowboy Melody Jones is mistaken by the townsfolk for notorious gunman Monte Jarrad. The real Jarrad is hiding out wounded on the ranch of childhood sweetheart Cherry. She has the idea of sending Jones off to decoy the pursuing posse, but once he's met Cherry, Jones has other plans. Written by Jeremy Perkins J-26