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Big Mama Thornton - Hound Dog - The Peacock Recordings mp3

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Interprète: Big Mama Thornton
Titre: Hound Dog - The Peacock Recordings
Pays: US
Publié sur: 1992
Style: Jump Blues, Rhythm & Blues
Catégorie: Blues
Classement: 4.8
Catalogue #: MCAD 10668
Label: MCA Records

Tracklist

1You Don't Move Me No More
Guitar – Roy GainesTenor Saxophone – Billy HarveyWritten-By – Roscoe Robinson
2:43
2Laugh, Laugh, Laugh
Guitar – Roy GainesTenor Saxophone – Billy HarveyWritten-By – Don Robey
2:44
3The Big Change
Baritone Saxophone – Fred FordBass – Albert WinstonDrums – Leard BellGuitar – Pete LewisPiano – Deviona WilliamsTenor Saxophone – James Von StreeterTrombone – George WashingtonTrumpet – Don Johnson Vibraphone – Johnny OtisWritten-By – Willie Mae Thornton
2:45
4They Call Me Big Mama
Baritone Saxophone – Fred FordBass – Albert WinstonDrums – Leard BellGuitar – Pete LewisPiano – Devonia WilliamsTenor Saxophone – James Von StreeterTrombone – George WashingtonTrumpet – Don Johnson Vibraphone – Johnny OtisWritten By – Willie Mae ThorntonWritten-By – Don Robey
2:04
5Hound Dog
Bass – Albert WinstonDrums – Johnny OtisGuitar – Pete LewisWritten-By – Leiber & Stoller
2:51
6The Fish
Guitar – Roy GainesTenor Saxophone – Billy Harvey
2:42
7Walking Blues
Baritone Saxophone – Fred FordBass – Albert WinstonDrums – Leard BellGuitar – Pete LewisPiano – Deviona WilliamsTenor Saxophone – James Von StreeterTrombone – George WashingtonTrumpet – Don Johnson Vibraphone – Johnny OtisWritten-By – Don Robey, Joseph Scott
3:01
8Hard Times
Baritone Saxophone – Fred FordBass – Albert WinstonDrums – Leard BellGuitar – Pete LewisTenor Saxophone – James Von StreeterTrombone – George WashingtonTrumpet – Don Johnson Vibraphone – Johnny OtisWritten-By – Leiber & Stoller
2:13
9Let Your Tears Fall Baby
Tenor Saxophone – Billy HarveyWritten-By – Don Robey, Willie Mae Thornton
2:46
10Yes, Baby
Baritone Saxophone – Fred FordBass – Albert WinstonDrums – Leard BellFeaturing, Vocals – Johnny AceGuitar – Pete LewisTenor Saxophone – James Von StreeterTrombone – George WashingtonTrumpet – Don Johnson Vibraphone – Johnny OtisWritten-By – Don Robey
2:52
11Just Like A Dog
Featuring – Bill Harvey's BandTenor Saxophone – Billy HarveyWritten-By – Don Robey, Joseph Scott
2:49
12I Smell A Rat
Baritone Saxophone – Fred FordBass – Albert WinstonDrums – Leard BellGuitar – Pete LewisPiano – Devonia WilliamsTenor Saxophone – James Von StreeterTrombone – George WashingtonTrumpet – Don Johnson Vibraphone – Johnny OtisWritten-By – Leiber & Stoller
1:45
13I've Searched The Whole World Over
Baritone Saxophone – Fred FordBass – Albert WinstonDrums – Leard BellGuitar – Pete LewisPiano – Deviona WilliamsTenor Saxophone – James Von StreeterTrombone – George WashingtonTrumpet – Don Johnson Vibraphone – Johnny OtisWritten-By – Phyllis Otis
2:38
14My Man Called Me
Tenor Saxophone – Billy HarveyWritten-By – Don Robey
2:40
15Rock-A-Bye Baby
Baritone Saxophone – Fred FordBass – Albert WinstonDrums – Leard BellGuitar – Pete LewisPiano – Devonia WilliamsTenor Saxophone – James Von StreeterTrombone – George WashingtonTrumpet – Don Johnson Vibraphone – Johnny OtisWritten-By – Deadric Malone, Gil Caple, Verna Rae
2:38
16Stop A-Hoppin' On Me
Guitar – Burt KendricksWritten-By – Freddie Jenkins
2:28
17Nightmare
Baritone Saxophone – Fred FordBass – Albert WinstonDrums – Leard BellGuitar – Pete LewisPiano – Devonia WilliamsTenor Saxophone – James Von StreeterTrombone – George WashingtonTrumpet – Don Johnson Vibraphone – Johnny OtisWritten-By – Leiber & Stoller
2:53
18How Come
Guitar – Roy GainesTenor Saxophone – Billy HarveyWritten-By – Don Robey
2:34


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MCAD 10668Big Mama Thornton Hound Dog - The Peacock Recordings ‎(CD, Comp, RM)MCA RecordsMCAD 10668US1992
MCA-10668Big Mama Thornton Hound Dog - The Peacock Recordings ‎(Cass, Comp, RM, Dol)MCA RecordsMCA-10668US1992
MCAD 10668Big Mama Thornton Hound Dog - The Peacock Recordings ‎(CD, Album, Comp, Club, RM)MCA RecordsMCAD 10668US1992


Crédits

  • Art DirectionJunie Osaki
  • Compiled By, Compilation ProducerAndy McKaie
  • Compiled By, Liner NotesMary Katherine Aldin
  • Remastered ByErick Labson
  • VocalsBig Mama Thornton


Notes

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Album

But the other 17 sides on this collection of her 1952-1957 output for Don Robey's Peacock Records aren't exactly makeweight. Thornton's mighty roar was backed by the jumping combos of Johnny Otis and saxist Bill Harvey, producing additional gems in My Man Called Me, They Call Me Big Mama, The Fish, and a duet with the ill-fated Johnny Ace, Yes Baby. Hound Dog - Big Mama Thornton. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Big Mama Thornton, Johnny Ace & The Johnny Otis Band. Big Mama Thornton with the Muddy Waters Blues Band - 1966. Ball N' Chain. Before Elvis sang Hound Dog there was Big Mama Thornton, in 1952, she recorded Hound Dog while working with another Peacock artist, Johnny free to Big Mama Thornton Hound Dog: The Peacock Recordings Hound Dog, My Man Called Me and more. 18 tracks 47:52. Do you know any background info about this album Start the wiki. Big Mama Thornton Willie Mae Thornton, December 11, 1926, Montgomery, AL - July 25, 1984, Los Angeles, CA was an American blues musician. Her introduction to music, as with most fellow blues legends, started in the Baptist church. The daughter of a minister, she and her six siblings began to sing at a very early age. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Big Mama Thornton. Hound Dog: The Peacock Recordings, 1992. Hound Dog, 02:51. They Call Me Big Mama, 02:04. You Don't Move Me No More, 02:43. Let Your Tears Fall Baby, 02:46. Willie Mae Big Mama Thornton only notched one national hit in her lifetime, but it was a true monster. Hound Dog held down the top slot on Billboard's R&B charts for seven long weeks in 1953. Alas, Elvis Presley's rocking 1956 cover was even bigg. read more. similar to. bigmamathorton Albums. Hound Dog, The Peacock Recordings. The difference between Big Mama Thornton and all the other classic female blues singers is that Thornton could eat pretty much any other singer for breakfast. At least she sounds like it, with a gravelly, fightin'- voice that's downright scary at times. Big Mama's version of Hound Dog is one of the dirtiest things you'll ever hear. Mike McGuirk. About This Album. Hound Dog Single Version. Willie Mae Thornton December 11, 1926 July 25, 1984, better known as Big Mama Thornton, was an American rhythm-and-blues singer and songwriter. She was the first to record Leiber and Stoller's Hound Dog, in 1952, which became her biggest hit, staying seven weeks at number one on the Billboard R&B chart in 1953 and selling almost two million copies. Thornton's other recordings included the original version of Ball and Chain, which she wrote