Posts Tagged ‘music’

We’ll Meet Again

June 28, 2020

“We’ll Meet Again,” written by Hughie Charles and Ross Parker,recorded by Johnny Cash, 2002.

Johnny Cash (lead vocal), Thom Bresh (guitar), Jack Clement (Dobro), Laura Weber White (violin), Terry Harrington (clarinet).

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My Babe

June 28, 2020

“My Babe,” written by Willie Dixon, recorded by Little Walter in 1955. Based on the song “This Train (Is Bound For Glory)”, recorded in 1939 by Sister Rosetta Tharpe.

Walter Jacobs (vocal, harmonica), Robert Lockwood, Jr. and Leonard Caston (guitars), Willie Dixon (bass), Fred Below (drums.)

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False Prophet

June 28, 2020

 “False Prophet,” written and recorded by Bob Dylan, released May, 2020.

Bob Dylan website

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Jazz Up Your Lingerie

June 28, 2020

“Jazz Up Your Lingerie,” written by Oscar Straus with English lyrics by Clifford Grey, performed by Claudette Colbert and Miriam Hopkins in the movie The Smiling Lieutenant, 1931.

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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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The Right To Walk Away

June 27, 2020

“The Right To Walk Away,” written by Dennis Locorriere, John Lyon, and LeRoy Preston, recorded by Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes, 1991.

Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes website

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I Can’t Make It Alone

June 27, 2020

“I Can’t Make It Alone,” written by Gerry Goffin and Carole King, recorded by Maria McKee, 1993.

Maria McKee website

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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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My Very Good Friend the Milkman

June 27, 2020

“My Very Good Friend the Milkman,” written by Harold Spina and Johnny Burke, recorded by Joy & Dave, the Adams siblings, 1960. There’s an influential 1935 recording by Fats Waller.

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All the Way Home

June 21, 2020

“All the Way Home,” written by Bruce Springsteen, recorded by Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes, 1991.

Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes website

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