Rod Morris And His Missourians - Bimbo / Everything To Lose Nothing To Gain download mp3 album
Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Bimbo by Jim & Joe (1963). Bimbo by Sonny James (1960). Bimbo by Pee Wee King & His Band (1953). see 6 more connections.
b. USA. Singing with a tough-edged voice that was well suited to hillbilly music, Morris had a distinctive style. Among the titles he recorded there are Cold, Cold, Cornbread, Dont Put Off Till Tomorrow (What You Can Do Today), Free, White (Wise) And Twenty One, Hey Mister Mocking Bird, Honey, Honey, Honey, Everything To Lose, Nothing To Gain, Im Not A Kid Anymore, Thats How I Take To You, Nobody Home, Ten To One I Love You and Bimbo. With the latter song, Morris demonstrated that he was also a competent composer. Apart from recording Bimbo himself, the song was also recorded around the same time by Gene Autry.
Performer: Rod Morris and His Missourians Writer: Camp; Morris. Vocal with Instrumental Accompaniment. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are . mil truncated eliptical, . mil truncated conical, . mil truncated conical. These were recorded flat and then also equalized with Turnover: 40., Rolloff: -1. have been copied to have the more friendly filenames. Matrix number: 9176-D2 Catalog number: 1882
In his book, Nothing to Lose, Ryan gives us a glimpse into his childhood, his early days in business, the best practices that helped him lead multiple companies to success and the best ways to not make multi-million dollar mistakes. Ryan was raised in Southern California in an environment of gangs and violence that would generally lead someone into a life of crime, but after getting arrested many times and spending time in jail, he decided to turn his life around
Then his mother fell in love with a successful entrepreneur who took Ryan under his wing. With his mentor's help, Blair turned himself into a wildly successful multimillionaire, starting and selling three companies worth hundreds of millions of dollars. Our lives are a series of unrelated events until we connect them, from Ryan and his mother being beaten by his abuse Dad, his mom fina Nothing to lose, Everything to gain, I found this book in my local Goodwill, and bought it for one whole Dollar, and I am glad I did, the title was what caught my interest.
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Bimbo, is a little boy Who's got a million friends And every time he passes by They all invite him in He'll clap his hands And sing and dance And talk his baby talk With a hole in his pants And his knees stick out He's just big enough to walk.
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Notes"Bimbo" was covered by Jim Reeves
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