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Joe Jones & His Orch. - You Talk Too Much FLAC album

Performer: Joe Jones & His Orch.
Genre: Blues
Title: You Talk Too Much
Released: 1960
Style: Rhythm & Blues
FLAC version ZIP size: 1739 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1405 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1912 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 418
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Joe Jones (2). You Talk Too Much ‎(7", Single, Red). Joe Jones & His Orch. You Talk Too Much ‎(7").

Notes: "You Talk Too Much" also charted for Frankie Ford in 1960. Top pick album that includes this song: 1960-Billboard Top Rock N Roll - Various Artists - Rhino Records. com MP3 Store has an audio clip of "You Talk Too Much" by Joe Jones on the album listed below. City of Dreams: A Collection of New Orleans Music - Joe Jones.

You Talk Too Much" is the third track on Run–D. s second studio album, King of Rock. It was released as the second single from the album in 1985. The song was released as a 12" single and the B-side of the UK pressing also featured the tracks "Sucker MC's" (originally from the album Run-D. and "Darryl and Joe (Krush-Groove 3)" (also from King of Rock). 7" – Profile (US), 4th & B'way Records (UK). You Talk Too Much" – 3:58. Darryl and Joe (Krush-Groove 3)" – 4:03.

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You just talk, you talk too much. Written by: REGINALD HALL, JOE JONES. Jones Talk Too Much. Joe Jones, born in '34, first studied composition at the Hartnett Music School and started his career as a jazz drummer. Due to his white skin, however, there were few jobs for him in this field in the early sixties, since New York only had two active jazz clubs at that time. Because of this Jones began to study experimental composition under John Cage and Earle Brown in 1960.

Joseph Charles "Joe" Jones (August 12, 1926 – November 27, 2005) was an American R&B singer, songwriter and arranger, who was born in New Orleans, Louisiana. He also worked with . As a singer, Jones had his greatest hit in the form of the Top Five 1960 R&B hit "You Talk Too Much", which also reached on the pop chart.

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