Boots Randolph - C. C. Rider / Take A Letter Maria download album
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The song Take a Letter Maria was written by . Greaves and was first released by . It was covered by Bobby Dean, The Pleasure Barons, New Riders of The Purple Sage, Anthony Armstrong Jones and other artists.
Producer: Fred Foster. Main genre: Easy Listening. Is a cover of 1 song.
Performer: Boots Randolph. Album: C. C. Rider, Take A Letter Maria. Boots Randolph - C. Rider, Take A Letter Maria MP3 version. 1580 downloads at 32 mb/s. Rider, Take A Letter Maria FLAC version. C C Rider (7", Single, Promo, Unofficial).
Take a Letter, Maria' was just a fluke. We all thought it was good when we cut it, but we didn't think it was anything all that special. And here it becomes a hi. The . Greaves album was produced by Ahmet Ertegun, who by 1969 was running Atlantic Records. David Hood told us about working with Ertegun at these sessions: "He was a tremendous recognizer of talent and of songs. He sat in the control room. While he was here he went and bought a pair of cowboy boots. He had his feet propped up on the console and had a yellow legal pad in his lap. We thought, gosh, he's making all these notes and doing all this stuff.
Homer Louis "Boots" Randolph III (June 3, 1927 – July 3, 2007) was an American musician best known for his 1963 saxophone hit "Yakety Sax" (which became Benny Hill's signature tune). Randolph was a major part of the "Nashville sound" for most of his professional career. Randolph was born in Paducah, Kentucky, and raised in Cadiz, Kentucky, attending high school in Evansville, Indiana.
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Boots Randolph was a saxophone player who made numerous albums that made the Billboard charts in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Recording almost exclusively for the Monument label, these albums contained instrumental versions of the day's current hits. The Word Of Boots Randolph originally hit the charts in 1971. Boots Randolph was the first sax player I was introduced to after starting sax in school band. My Dad and I are both sax players and whenever a new Boots album would come out on LP, we would have it ASAP!(circa 1970's). I learned to use my ear from Boots, I learned slap tonguing, flutter tonguing, growling, and various techniques. Most of all I learned to listen to him, and copy what he did.
So take a letter, Maria, address it to my wife Say I won't be coming home, I'm gonna start a new life Yeah, take a letter, Maria, address it to my wife Send a copy to my lawyer, I gotta start a new life. When a man loves a woman, it's hard to understand That she would find more pleasure in the arms of another man. So take a letter, Maria, address it to my wife Say I won't be coming home, I'm gonna start a new life Take a letter, Maria, address it to my wife Send a copy to my lawyer, I gotta start a new life. Take A Letter, Maria" Track Info.
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|A||C. C. Rider||3:09|
|B||Take A Letter Maria
Written-By – R.B. Greaves
- Arranged By, Conductor, Co-producer – Bill Justis
- Producer – Fred Foster
|MON-1||Boots Randolph||C. C. Rider / Take A Letter Maria (7", RE)||Monument||MON-1||US||1970|
|Mn45-1233||Boots Randolph||C C Rider / Take A Letter Maria (7", Single, Promo)||Monument||Mn45-1233||US||1970|
|Mn45-1233||Boots Randolph||C. C. Rider / Take A Letter Maria (7", Mon)||Monument||Mn45-1233||US||1970|
|Mn45-1233||Boots Randolph||Take A Letter Maria / C C Rider (7", Single, Promo, Unofficial)||Monument||Mn45-1233||US||1970|