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Tenry Johns The King Kong Rocker - So What!!! (Featuring Oh Baby) download mp3 album
Tenry Johns The King Kong Rocker
So What!!! (Featuring Oh Baby)
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s direct and dead-on vocals are just what's needed to front these soulful R&B party tunes. On those few occasions when Mr. Tenry Johns does clear the dance floor for lovers with a slow tune, the Chicago vocalist reveals just a hint of Aaron Neville-esque vulnerability. The disc is decorated with standout performances, super tunes and solid musicianship.

Moving On is written and produced by Chicago recording artist and performer, Tenry Johns "the King Kong Rocker". This is his fourth album filled will upbeat, funky Blues and Rhythm & Blues cuts that express an optimism and joy that makes one want to jump and shout! –by cdbaby. Tenry's latest release: "Moving On" is his fourth self-produced CD on the Tenry Music label. Like his previous release. So What,Need Your Love, In Here Tonigh. Moving On" continues to offer up funky grooves, upbeat blues and rockin' soul with an occassional touch of country/rock here and there. Just listen and you will soon understand why they call Tenry "The King Kong Rocker"

King Kong" is the second single from the album Jibbs Featuring Jibbs by American hip hop artist Jibbs. The song features fellow hip hop artist Chamillionaire. It is written by Javon Campbell, Derryl Howard, Bradford Ray, Orlando Watson, and Maurice Wilson. The song failed to duplicate the success of "Chain Hang Low", peaking at number 54 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 32 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs charts respectively.

King Kong: Jean-Luc Ponty Plays the Music of Frank Zappa (or simply King Kong) is an album by French jazz fusion artist Jean-Luc Ponty first released in May 1970 on Liberty Records' World Pacific Records subsidiary label and later released on Blue Note. The album contains numerous selections Zappa had previously recorded either with the Mothers of Invention or under his own name, including: "King Kong", originally included on the Mothers' 1969 album Uncle Meat.

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That movie was "King Kong Lives" where a giant female Ape does pick up a blond guy and plays with him. There are a few scenes where Kong goes after a young couple. So maybe have Kong grab a couple where he can play with and eat a young guy & a girl. WillGS Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2012 Hobbyist Writer.


1 Party Time 4:00
2 So What 4:57
3 I'm A Good Man 3:52
4 Where's The Love 4:04
5 Oh Baby 4:40
6 We Can Make It 4:23
7 You Don't Need No One You Can't Trust 4:05
8 T.J.'s Groove 3:50
9 I Wanna Know Your Name 4:34
10 Heart & Soul (Instrumental) 3:35
11 We Won 4:27
12 Keep On Movin' On 3:46

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