Carl Perkins - What Every Little Boy Ought To Know download album
- Album: What Every Little Boy Ought To Know
- FLAC: 1714 mb | MP3: 1320 mb
- Country: Canada
- Style: Rock & Roll, Country Rock
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out the bluesHip-shaking singer was a swinging and a swinging saying some style blue suede shoesAnd I was here when it happened, lord I think I ought to know, yeah, yeahFolks I was here when it happened I watched memphis give birth to rock and rollWhat you think about it little guitar c'mon sonSome folks called it the devils music others.
CARL PERKINS at Records By Mail. CARL PERKINS: help me dream, you tore my heaven all to hell.
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Among the great early rock & roll albums, Dance Album, Carl Perkins' first LP for Sun, tends to get the short end of the stick. There's a reason for that. These may be the only two changes of pace, either in tempo or in style, but they give the album both range and a little bit of breathing room. But what really makes Dance Album a classic is that pure, hard-charging rockabilly that captures the genius of Perkins and is every bit as raw, energetic, and rocking decades after its release as it was at the time.
He recorded one album, Introducing Carl Perkins, and a short series of singles under his own name. Authors Paul Tanner, Maurice Gerow, and David Megill cite Perkins as one of the best "funky", or hard bop, piano players, but his early death prevented him from leaving a legacy. Whay Every Little Boy Ought to Know.
Country Boy's Dream (22/-)If I Could Come BackSweet MiseryStatesideDetroit CityUnmitigated GallShine Shine Shine (40/-)Dream On Little DreamerYou Can Take The Boy Out Of The CountryStar Of The ShowHome (That's Where The Heart Is)Poor Boy Blues(31:55). Columbia, (1958 - 1972). Me Without You (65/-)Unhappy GirlsY. letter You)State Of ConfusionI Don't See Me In Your Eyes AnymoreWhat Every Little Boy Ought To KnowAbout All I Can Give Is My LoveMy Son My SunCotton Top (53/-)One Ticket To LonelinessRed Headed Woman1-1-4-3Anyway The Wind. BlowsRestless (20/-)Just As LongI've Just Got Back From ThereTrue Love Is Greater Than Friendship(46:52).
Matchbox" is a song written and recorded by Carl Perkins and released in 1957. Blind Lemon Jefferson wrote and recorded a song entitled "Match Box Blues" in 1927, which is musically different but which contains some lyric phrases in common. Matchbox" was recorded as a rockabilly song by Carl Perkins in December 1956 and by fellow Sun Records performer, Jerry Lee Lewis - who played piano on the original track - in 1958
On the outskirts of town, there's a little night spot Dan dropped in about five o'clock Pulled off his coat, said "The night is short. He reached in his pocket and he flashed a quart. He hollered, "Rave on, children, I'm with ya! Rave on, cats," he cried "It's almost dawn, the cops are gone Let's all get Dixie fried. Well, Dan got happy and he started raving He pulled out a razor, but he wasn't shaving And all the cats knew to jump and hop Cause he was born and raised in a butcher shop . Now, Dan was the bravest man that we ever saw He let us all know he wasn't scared of the law And through The black crossed bar he tossed a note And it said "It ain't my fault, hon, that I'm in here. But He hollered, "Rave on, children, I'm with you! Rave on, cats," he cried.
all think i ought to know lord lord Yeah i was here when it happened i watched Memphis give birth to rock and roll Here's kinda the way it happened
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