Don Bowman - Poor Old Ugly Gladys Jones flac album
Title: Poor Old Ugly Gladys Jones
MP3 album: 1805 mb
FLAC album: 1988 mb
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Genre: Pop / Folk / World music
Side B - From the "Funny Way To Make An Album" album. Matrix, Runout (Side A on label): WWKS-3171. Matrix, Runout (Side B on label): RWKS-1526. Rights Society: BMI. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All.
Don Bowman (August 26, 1937 – June 5, 2013) was an American country music singer, songwriter, comedian and radio host. He recorded for RCA Victor between 1964 and 1970, charting in the Top 40 with the novelty hit single "Chit Akins, Make Me a Star". Bowman worked at several radio stations, including KRZK in Branson, Missouri. Bowman was born in Lubbock, Texas, United States, and was the original host of the radio show American Country Countdown
Gladys Knight & the Pips. In 1980, having signed with Columbia, the group reunited with their old Motown collaborators Ashford & Simpson, recording and releasing the album, About Love, which included the charted singles "Taste of Bitter Love", "Bourgie, Bourgie" and "Landlord". They continued the collaboration with the duo on their 1981 follow-up, Touch, which included the single "I Will Fight", and a cover of "I Will Survive". Following a year-long international tour, the group recorded their third Columbia album, Visions, in 1983. The leading single, "Save the Overtime (For Me)", gave the group their first number one R&B single in eight years. The video accompanying the song became among the earliest R&B videos to incorporate elements of hip-hop culture.
A selection of the most famous Don Shirley's songs. Don Shirley - The Very Best of Don Shirley - The Piano Jazz Legend. 1 Medley: One More For The Road - Satin Doll - Somebody Loves Me - Nearness Of You - Easy Living - The Way You Look Tonight 2 Blues For Basses 3 Happy Talk 4 This Nearly Was Mine 5 Dites Moi 6 I Remember April 7 Black Is The Color.
Today, it's Southside High. Tomorrow, it's the Wyrm. Everything that makes the Southside home is gonna disappear. If we roll over now, it's all over } No! Toni, it's the soul of the Southside. The Uktena fought and died trying to protect that land. Our parents fought to keep it safe during the riots. So who's with me? Who's ready to go to war? . - Jughead during the Swords and Serpents meeting.
Listen to Poor old Jones from Fletcher Henderson's The Good Life for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. 24 more albums featuring this track.
As with all the songs on the album, ‘The Dead Horse’ (also known in some versions as ‘Poor Old Man’ or ‘Poor Old Horse’) is a period sea shant. The Dead Horse’ is a unique shanty – rather than being sung to co-ordinate tasks during work at sea, it was sung to celebrate the end of the first month of a deep-water voyage.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||Poor Old Ugly Gladys Jones
Written-By – Jennings*
|B||Boll Weevil Air Lines|
- Published By – Parody Publishing
- Producer – Chet Atkins
- Written-By – Bowman*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A on label): WWKS-3171
- Matrix / Runout (Side B on label): RWKS-1526
- Rights Society: BMI
|74-0133||Don Bowman||Poor Old Ugly Gladys Jones (7", Promo)||RCA||74-0133||US||1969|