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John D. Loudermilk - The Guitar Player (Her And Him) Scarica Album
Rock / Country
Interprete: John D. Loudermilk
Titolo: The Guitar Player (Her And Him)
Stile: Country Rock
Anno 1963
Paese Canada
Etichetta RCA Victor
Numero di Catalogo 47-8154
Genere: Rock / Country
Valutazione: 4.7
Voti: 129
Dimensione Mp3: 1184 mb
Dimensione Flac: 2980 mb
Dimensione Wma: 2104 mb
Registra da: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single

John D. Loudermilk - The Guitar Player (Her And Him) Scarica Album

Tracklist

1The Guitar Player (Her And Him)2:27
2Bad News2:58

Versioni

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
47-8154John D. Loudermilk The Guitar Player ‎(7")RCA Victor47-8154US1963
101489John D. Loudermilk The Guitar Player (Her and Him) / Bad News ‎(7", Single)RCA Victor101489Australia1963
47-8154John D. Loudermilk The Guitar Player ‎(7", Hol)RCA Victor47-8154US1963
47-8154John D. Loudermilk The Guitar Player ‎(7")RCA Victor47-8154Europe1963

Album

John D. Loudermilk was born in Durham, North Carolina, to Pauline and John D. Loudermilk Sr. an illiterate carpenter. grew up in a family who were members of the Salvation Army, and was influenced by the church singing of the Christian Church. As a young boy he learned to play the guitar, and while still in his teens, wrote a poem that he set to music, A Rose and a Baby Ruth. The owners of the local television station, where he worked as a graphic artist, allowed him to play the song on-air, resulting in country musician George Hamilton IV putting it on record in 1956. Chart Positions. Bad News bw Guitar PlayerHer and Him. Written and recorded by John D. Released in March 1963 as the b-side to single Bad News which reached 23 Hot 100. Текст песни: Norman, uhuhuhuu Norman uhuhuhuu Norman, Norman mein Glück Er ist weder schön noch Millionär Dafür ist er groß und D. Loudermilk: все альбомы, включая 12 Sides of John D. Loudermilk , Song of the Lonely Teen , Sings A Bizarre Collection of Most Unusual Songs и другие. The Guitar Player:John D. Recorded in 1962. INTRO: C Bb F C 1. F C I play guitar in a little bar, down the street from here. C They pay me to come and to hum and to strum for F. Bb and my baby walks in. F C And I have to play like a , for her and him. F C Oh, how it hurts to see her flirt with someone else. C F And oh, how it aches to see her make a fool of herself. F Bb I swear I'd leave if I didn't need the dough, my friend. F C It's nothing but a have to play and pretend. F C F C for her and him. F C The boss man say I gotta play from nine till three. C F They come in each night at ten, for a while, then leave. First recording and first release by John D. Loudermilk January 18, 1963, March 1963. Add cover. Report error. Discover The Original. SecondHandSongs is building the most comprehensive source of cover song information. Songs in album John D. Loudermilk - The Open Mind Of John D. Loudermilk 1969. Loudermilk - Goin' To Hell On A Sled. Loudermilk - The Jones'. Loudermilk - War Babies. Loudermilk - Peace Of Heart. Loudermilk, a country singer and prolific songwriter whose dozens of hits in the 1960s and 70s included Tobacco Road by the Nashville Teens, Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye by the Casinos and Indian Reservation by Paul Revere and the Raiders, died on Wednesday at his home in Christiana, Tenn. After moving to Nashville from his native North Carolina, he came under the wing of the producer and guitar virtuoso Chet Atkins. Play along with guitar, ukulele, or piano with interactive chords and diagrams. Includes transpose, capo hints, changing speed and much more