John Neher / The Bell Ringers - Sixteen Tons / I Hear You Knocking download mp3 album
Some people say a man is made out of mud A poor man's made out of muscle and blood Muscle and blood and skin and bones A mind that's weak and a back that's strong. You load sixteen tons, what do you get? Another day older and deeper in debt Saint Peter don't you call me, 'cause I can't go I owe my soul to the company store. I was born one morning, it was drizzlin' rain Fightin' and trouble are my middle name I was raised in the cane Break by an old mama lion Can't no high-toned woman make me walk the line. You load sixteen tons, what do you get?
Smiley Lewis recorded "I Hear You Knocking" with Dave Bartholomew's band at J&M Studios in New Orleans, owned by Cosimo Matassa. Bartholomew is listed as the producer and songwriter, along with Pearl King (a Bartholomew pseudonym; the maiden name of his wife). I Hear You Knocking" uses a modified twelve-bar blues arrangement, in which the progression to the IV chord is repeated:. Edmunds plays almost all the instruments except for bass and backing vocals, which are contributed by John Williams, Edmunds' former bandmate in Love Sculpture. The album included a 1970 British and worldwide Top 10 single, "I Hear You Knocking". A 2001 reissue of the album includes both sides of Edmunds' three pre-album singles as bonus tracks. Rush (2013 soundtrack).
Rock 'n' Roll Bell Ringers - Студийный альбом от Various Artists. В альбом вошло 26 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:01:53. Edna McGriff Start Movin' In My Direction The Bell Recordings, plus BCD 17276. Start Movin' (In My Direction).
I Hear You Knocking" (or "I Hear You Knockin'") is a rhythm and blues song written by Dave Bartholomew. New Orleans rhythm and blues singer Smiley Lewis first recorded the song in 1955. The lyrics tell of the return of a former lover who is rebuffed. I Hear You Knocking" reached number two on the Billboard R&B singles chart in 1955, making it Lewis's most popular and best-known song.
Lyrics to I Hear You Knocking by Gale Storm from the Music of My Life: Golden Decade, Vol. 15 (1954-1955) album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more! . I hear you knocking but you can't come in I hear you knocking, go back where you've been I begged you not to go, but you said goodbye And now you tell me all your lies I hear you knocking, but you can't come in I hear you knocking, go back where you've been.
Sixteen Tons" is a song written by Merle Travis about a coal miner, based on life in coal mines in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky. Cliffie Stone played bass on the recording. The song became a gold record.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||–John Neher||Sixteen Tons
Written-By – Merle Travis
|B||–The Bell Ringers*||I Hear You Knocking
Written-By – Dave Bartholomew
- Published By – American Music
- Orchestra – Jimmy Carroll And Orchestra*
NotesPublisher A-Side: American Music BMI / B-Side: Commo Music BMI
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): 5223
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): 5224
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): A 5223X45
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): 5224X45
|1112||John Neher / The Bell Ringers*||John Neher / The Bell Ringers* - Sixteen Tons / I Hear You Knocking (7", Single)||Bell Records||1112||US||1955|