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Willie Mae "Big Mama" Thornton - Hound Dog / Night Mare Album

Willie Mae "Big Mama" Thornton - Hound Dog / Night Mare Album
Performer: Willie Mae "Big Mama" Thornton
Title: Hound Dog / Night Mare
Country: US
Genre: Blues
Style:Rhythm & Blues
Released: 1953
Catalog number: 5-1612
Label: Peacock Records
MP3 album szie: 1574 mb
FLAC album size: 1111 mb

Tracklist

1Night Mare2:46
2Hound Dog2:47

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
1612Willie Mae "Big Mama" Thornton Hound Dog / Night Mare ‎(Shellac, 10")Peacock Records1612US1953
1612Willie Mae "Big Mama" Thornton Hound Dog / Night Mare ‎(Shellac, 10")Peacock Records1612US1953
1612Willie Mae "Big Mama" Thornton Hound Dog ‎(Shellac)Peacock Records1612US1953
1612Willie Mae "Big Mama" Thornton Hound Dog / Night Mare ‎(Shellac, 10")Peacock Records1612US1953

Credits

  • OrchestraKansas City Bill & Orchestra
  • Written-ByJ. Otis, J. Leiber-M. Stoller

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): ACA 2258
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): ACA 2260
  • Rights Society: BMI

Companies

  • Record Company – Peacock Recording Co.
  • Published By – Lion Publishing Co.
  • Recorded At – ACA Recording Studios, Inc. – 2258/2260

Short intro

Before Elvis sang Hound Dog there was Big Mama Thornton, in 1952, she recorded Hound Dog while working with another Peacock artist, Johnny album. Big Mama Thornton. Songs in album Big Mama Thornton - Hound Dog - Night Mare 1953. Big Mama Thornton - Hound Dog. Big Mama Thornton - Nightmare. Hound Dog - Rock A Bye Baby. Before Day - Me And My Chauffeur. Tom Cat - Monkey In The Barn. Willie Mae Big Mama Thornton скачать mp3 в хорошем качестве, либо слушайте песню Willie Mae Big Mama Thornton - Hound Dog, Willie Mae Big Mama Thornton - Hound Dog, Willie Mae Big Mama Thornton - I Smell A Rat, Big Mama Thornton - Cotton Picking Blues, Big Mama Thornton - Rock a Bye Baby, а также рингтоны на звонок и все новые треки. Johnny Otis Orchestra, Big Mama Thornton Willie Mae s Blues. Big Mama Thornton Hard Times. Willie Mae Thornton & Bill Harvey s Band They Call Me Big Mama. Big Mama Thornton Rock a Bye Baby. Let's face it, Big Mama Thornton will always be chiefly recalled for her growling 1952 reading of the Jerry Leiber-Mike Stoller classic Hound Dog. But the other 17 sides on this collection of her 1952-1957 output for Don Robey's Peacock Records aren't exactly makeweight. Willie Mae Thornton. 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. Big Mamma Thornton - Hound Dog 9. Barbara Acklin - Am I The Same Girl 8. JJ Barnes - Just One More Time 7. Big Joe Turner - Shake, Rattle and Roll 6. Slim Smith - Everybody Needs Love 5. Jackie Edwards - Feel So Bad 4. The Claredonians - Walking Up A One Way Street 3. Pat Kelly - Wonderful World 2. The Moving Finger - Higher and Higher 1. This is the point of contention raised earlier where people accuse Elvis of stealing or culturally appropriating a piece of music from the African-American dominated blues genre. Additionally, Big Mama Thornton did not write Hound Dog. The two also wrote such hits as The Coasters' Yakety Yak, and Searchin and Elvis' Jailhouse Rock. Hound Dog. This song was written by the team of Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, and first recorded by Big Mama Thornton in 1952. In an interview, Leiber Hound Dog took like twelveHound Dog. In an interview, Leiber Hound Dog took like twelve Read More
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Kabandis
Kabandis
Not to knock the Elvis version, which still holds up as pretty exciting rock and roll, this song makes a hell of a lot more sense being sung by a woman and the bluesy voice of Big Mama brings in the sexuality that is missing in the Presley version.