Posts Tagged ‘Little Richard’

God Is Real

June 28, 2020

“God Is Real,” written by Kenneth Morris, recorded by Richard Penniman (“Little Richard“), released 1960.

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Send Me Some Lovin’

June 27, 2020

“Send Me Some Lovin,'” written by Leo Price and John Marascalco, recorded by a soulful Little Richard in 1957.

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Search Me Lord

May 10, 2020

“Search Me Lord,” written by Thomas A. Dorsey, recorded by Richard Penniman (“Little Richard“), 1960.

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Why Don’t You Change Your Ways

November 24, 2018

“Why Don’t You Change Your Ways,” written by Joe Lutcher, recorded by a surprisingly soulful Little Richard, 1962. This is the B-side of “He Got What He Wanted (But He Lost What He Had).”

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I don’t know what you’ve got (but it’s got me)

November 18, 2018

“I don’t know what you’ve got (but it’s got me),” written by Don Covay, recorded by a soulful Little Richard, 1964. Little Richard (vocal, piano), Billy Preston (organ), Ronny Miller (bass), Bernard Purdie (drums). The guitarist was Jimi Hendrix, performing under the name Maurice James. Songwriter Covay provided harmony vocals.

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