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White Knight of Soul 1964-72: Get Down With It! album for sale by Wayne Cochran was released Feb 15, 2005 on the Raven label. Georgia-born Wayne Cochran is one of the true unsung heroes of rock & roll. White Knight of Soul 1964-72: Get Down With It! songs Blessed with a scorching, soulful voice and a flair for the theatrical on-stage, he burned through everything he sang with an intensity that should have made him an international superstar. White Knight of Soul 1964-72: Get Down With It! album for sale It didn't happen. Even his most famous song, the perfectly maudlin "Last Kiss," which contains the sublime chorus "She's gone to Heaven/So I got to be good/So I can see my baby/When I leave this world," was hijacked to the charts by J. White Knight of Soul 1964-72: Get Down With It! CD music contains a single disc with 24 songs. ...See Full Description
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Wayne Cochran - White Knight of Soul 1964-72: Get Down With It! Album Track Listing
|4||Get Down With It|
|5||No Rest For The Wicked|
|6||Goin' Back To Miami|
|7||Some-a' Your Sweet Love|
|8||When My Baby Cries|
|9||Get Ready |
|11||Peak of Love|
|12||I'm Leaving It Up To You|
|13||You Can't Judge a Book by the Cover|
|14||Big City Woman|
|15||Little Bitty Pretty One|
|16||I'm your hoochie coochie man|
|17||Up in My Mind|
|18||Somebody's Been Cuttin' In on My Groove|
|20||Sittin' in a World of Snow|
|21||We're Gonna Make It|
|22||Life's Little Ups and Downs, Pt. 2|
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THIS MAN BATTLED A LOT OF THINGS IN HIS LIFE BUT DID A LOT OF GOOD FOR A LOT OF PEOPLE... HE SANG FROM THE HEART... I MET WAYNE MORE THAN ONCE.
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||partied with wayne and the boys|
We used to go see Wayne and th Riders about 4 times per year in the 70's at different Midwest nightclubs.
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At first, I thought, "what's the deal on his hair?" Then I recall Don King, et. al, whose hair is a strong "lead" but.
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||Praise, Oh Ya!|
Somewhere along the way, I ran across Wayne Cochran's music, maybe at a party. When I saw this CD, something clicked in my head.
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White Knight of Soul 1964-72: Get Down With It! songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6810702|
|Release Date||Feb 15, 2005|
|Producer||C.C. Riders; Abner Spector; Larry Cohn; Wayne Cochran|
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White Knight of Soul 1964-72: Get Down With It! album for sale Recorded live at Madison Square Garden, New York, New York on November 27-28, 1969.
Returning to the American concert scene after a three-year layoff, the Rolling Stones recorded GET YER YA-YA'S OUT! during a triumphant two-date stand at Madison Square Garden in late November 1969 that found B.B. King and Ike & Tina Turner opening for them. Having amassed an impressive recorded output during their three years away from touring, the Stones peppered their sets with hits, including "Honky Tonk Women," "Jumpin' Jack Flash," and "Street Fighting Man." Tipping their collective hats to Chuck Berry, the band also included covers of "Carol" and "Little Queenie" alongside more blues-influenced numbers such as "Stray Cat Blues" and "Love In Vain."
Having been a member of John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, new guitarist Mick Taylor parlayed his experience into some impressive slide guitar work. The pièce-de-resistance of what is arguably the best live Rolling Stones recording is the eight-minute-plus reading of "Midnight Rambler." Between Mick Jagger's unearthly harmonica playing and the tight interplay between Taylor and Keith Richards, the sinister vibe emanating from this song was eerie, foreshadowing the tragedy that would occur at Altamont less than two weeks later. Observant fans will catch the cover's subtle visual reference to a certain lyric from Bob Dylan's "Visions of Johanna" from BLONDE ON BLONDE.
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Additional personnel includes: Ian Stewart (piano).
Personnel: Mick Jagger (vocals, guitar, harmonica, keyboards); Keith Richards (vocals, guitar, keyboards); Mick Taylor (vocals, guitar); Bill Wyman (vocals, keyboards, synthesizer); Ian Stewart (keyboards); Charlie Watts (drums).
Audio Mixer: Glyn Johns.
Audio Remasterers: Steve Rosenthal; Teri Landi.
Recording information: Madison Square Garden, NY (11/27/1969-11/28/1969).
Photographer: Ethan Russell.
The Rolling Stones: Mick Jagger (vocals, harmonica); Keith Richards (guitar, background vocals); Mick Taylor (guitar); Bill Wyman (bass); Charlie Watts (drums).
Additional personnel: Ian Stewart (piano).
Best of Chubby Checker: Cameo Parkway 1959-1963 CD (2005)
White Knight of Soul 1964-72: Get Down With It! songs The Chubby Checker installment in the Cameo Parkway series, an excellent string of discs highlighting the label's artists from the late 1950s and '60s, will disappoint neither long-time fans nor those looking for a compilation of Chubby's biggest hits. Naturally, "The Twist" is here, as are all of the singer's follow-up cash-ins ("Let's Twist Again;" "Slow Twistin,'" etc.), and a host of other dance-craze songs ("The Hucklebuck;" "Limbo Rock," "The Fly"). The mood is light, buoyant, and fun throughout, as anyone familiar with any of Checker's singles would assume. Excellent sound and liner notes make this a fine choice for anyone seeking a one-stop set of Checker's best moments.
Unknown Contributor Role: Kenneth Salinsky.
Arrangers: Dave Appell; Dave Stephens .
Personnel: Chubby Checker (vocals); Dee Dee Sharp, Bobby Rydell (vocals); Joe Sher (guitar, drums); Joe Sgro (guitar); Dan Dailey, Fred Nuzzullio, Georgie Young & the Rockin 'Bocs, Georgie Young (saxophone); Fred Bender (keyboards); Joe Macho (bass instrument); Joe Sher (drums); Dave Appell, Joe Renzetti (guitar); Buddy Savitt (saxophone); Roy Stragis (keyboards); Ellis Tollin, Bobby Gregg (drums).
Recording information: Bell Sound Studios, New York, NY (01/1959-11/1963); Cameo Parkway Studio, Philadelphia, PA (01/1959-11/1963); Cherry Hill, NJ (01/1959-11/1963); Reco-Art Sound Recording, Philadelphia, PA (01/1959-11/1963).
No Direction Home: The Bootleg Series Vol. 7 CDs (2005)
White Knight of Soul 1964-72: Get Down With It! buy CD music The soundtrack to Martin Scorcese's two-part PBS documentary on Bob Dylan, NO DIRECTION HOME is a two-disc affair consisting almost entirely of previously unreleased material. One couldn't start any further towards the beginning of Dylan's career than this collection's first track, "When I Got Troubles," a modest, folkish tune caught on tape by a high school friend and presumed to be the first original Dylan song ever recorded. From there, we follow the breakneck trajectory of Dylan's early career, as he develops at an unprecedented rate, from young Woody Guthrie acolyte (a rare version of Guthrie's signature tune "This Land is Your Land") to his own protest songs (Town Hall, NYC performances of "Masters of War" and "Blowin' in the Wind").
It's Disc Two where things really kick into overdrive; having made the leap from folk balladry to surreal word paintings, we hear Dylan developing musically by leaping into electric rock & roll. It's an undeniable thrill to hear the sacred texts of HIGHWAY 61 REVISITED and BLONDE ON BLONDE anew via the alternate takes included here, with modified lyrics and rhythmic inflections. NO DIRECTION HOME manages to provide hardcore Dylan fans with fresh meat while simultaneously chronicling the high points and songwriting milestones of this visionary artist's first several years of work.
Liner Note Authors: Al Kooper; Eddie Gorodetsky; Andrew Loog Oldham.
Recording information: ABC Theatre, Edinburgh, Scotland; Carnegie Chapter Hall, New York, NY; Carnegie Hall, New York, NY; Columbia Recording Studios, New York, NY; Columbia Studios, Nashville, TN; Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England; Minneapolis, MN; Newport Folk Festival, RI; Town Hall, New York, NY.
Photographers: Daniel Kramer; Jerry Schatzberg; Barry Feinstein; Joe Alper; John Cohen.
Arranger: Bob Dylan.
Personnel: Bob Dylan (vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, harmonica, piano); Bob Dylan; Michael Bloomfield (guitar, electric guitar); Joe South, Charlie McCoy (guitar); Harvey Brooks , Henry Strzelecki, Rick Danko, William E. Lee, Jerome Arnold, Joseph Macho Jr. (bass guitar); Al Gorgoni, Robbie Robertson, Wayne Moss, Bruce Langhorne (guitar); Richard Manuel, Hargus "Pig" Robbins, Paul Griffin , Frank Owens (piano); Garth Hudson, Al Kooper, Barry Goldberg (organ); Kenny Buttrey, Levon Helm, Mickey Jones , Sam Lay, Bobby Gregg (drums).
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White Knight of Soul 1964-72: Get Down With It! songs Track Listing of songs: Butterfly; Fabulous; Race for Time; Sing Sing Sing; You're the Greatest; Over the Weekend; Night Time; Memory Lane; Silhouettes; Daddy Cool; Back to School Again; Class, The; Bad Motorcycle; Shake a Hand; Dinner with Drac, Pt. 1; Mexican Hat Rock; Nine More Miles (The "Faster-Faster" Song); Bird's 'N' Bees; Two Weeks with Pay; Rocka-Conga; Kissin' Time; We Got Love; Twist, The; Wild One; Swingin' School; Pony Time; Teach Me to Twist; Let's Twist Again; Bristol Stomp; Wah-Watusi, The; Merry Christmas; DISC 2: Slow Twistin'; Mashed Potato Time; Gravy (For My Mashed Potatoes); Don't Hang Up; Ride!; Do the New Continental; Popeye Waddle, The; Limbo Rock; Cha-Cha-Cha, The; Volare; Sweet Georgia Brown; One More Time Back to School; (I'm the Girl From) Wolverton Mountain; Rowdy; Forget Him; Mother Please!; Come on and Dance with Me; Groovy Baby; Jam, Pt. 1, The; You Can't Sit Down; South Street; Everybody South Street; Do the Bird; Not Me; Crossfire!; (Everybody Do) The Swim, Pt. 1; 81, The; Daydreamin' of You; Boy with the Beatle Hair, The; Jingle Bell Rock; DISC 3: So Much in Love; Wonderful! Wonderful!; I'll Be True; When We Get Married; Somewhere; Hey Good Lookin'; Just One Chance; You'll Never Walk Alone; Danny Boy; Cast Your Fate to the Wind; It Only Took a Minute; Long Tall Sally; Boys; You Still Want Me; Funny How Love Can Be; Tossing & Turning; She's Fallen in Love with the Monster Man; Wild Thing; Little White House; Fool, Fool, Fool; Girl from New York City; Society Girl; Soldier Baby of Mine; S.O.S. (Heart in Distress); Because of My Heart; Heartaches Away My Boy; Got to Run; My Boy; White Christmas (3 O'Clock Weather Report); DISC 4: Angel of the Morning; Love of a Boy, The; This Can't Be True; World of Fantasy; Come Back; Am I a Loser (From the Start); Danger! She's a Stranger; Meet Me in Church; You've Been Untrue; Get a Hold of Yourself; He Don't Really Love You; Sweetest Thing This Side of Heaven, The; Grass, The (Will Sing for You); I (Who Have Nothing); Beg, Borrow and Steal; 96 Tears; I Need Somebody; East Side Story; Can't Get Enough of You, Baby; Respect; Shake Your Tambourine; Let the Good Times Roll & Feel So Good; Heavy Music, Pt. 1; Lovey Dovey/You're So Fine; Sock It to Me Santa;
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Best of Dee Dee Sharp 1962-1966 CD (2005)
White Knight of Soul 1964-72: Get Down With It! album for sale This release from the Cameo-Parkway catalogue generously collects the output of Dee Dee Sharp, the artist behind "Mashed Potato Time," one of the biggest dance hits of the early 1960s. In the mold of the girl-group pop of the era, Sharp churned out a remarkable number of infectious tunes, which she delivered in a bright, soulful voice. Twenty-four of those are collected here, including her mid-'60s work, the best of which ride sinuous, funky grooves. Other tracks boast early production work by Gamble and Huff --the duo who went on to help sculpt the legendary Philly Soul sound--and, not surprisingly, the strings and lush back-up vocals play like proto-TSOP.
Arrangers: Dave Appell; Jimmy Wisner; Kenny Gamble; Leon Huff ; Rick Kellis; Joe Renzetti ; Luther Randolph; Riley Hampton; Charles Calello.
Personnel: Dee Dee Sharp; Dave Appell, Joe Sgro, Joe Renzetti , Norman Harris (guitar); Fred Nuzzullio, Georgie Young & the Rockin 'Bocs, Buddy Savitt (saxophone); Rick Kellis, Roy Traigis, Robert Martin , Luther Randolph, Jimmy Wisner, Leon Huff (keyboards); Ronnie Baker, Joe Macho (bass instrument); Karl Chambers, Cliff Jackson & His Crazy Cats, Joe Sher (drums); Vivian Dix, Charlotte Walker, Willa Ward, Lillian Washington, Eddie Custis, Elfay Willis, Sandy Person, Jim Meeley, Cindy Scott, Raun MacKinnon, Kenny Gamble (background vocals); Roland Chambers, Bobby Eli (guitar); Dan Dailey (saxophone); Thom Bell (keyboards, background vocals); Earl Young, Bobby Gregg (drums); Chubby Checker.
Liner Note Author: Jeff Tamarkin.
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