Bobby Hendricks - Little John Green FLAC album
Genre: Soul and Funk music / Pop music
Title: Little John Green
FLAC version ZIP size: 1635 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1733 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1312 mb
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A "Sue" Record A side published by Essex Music B side published by Saturn Music.
Little John Green (7"). Sue Records Inc. 717. US. 1959. Little John Green (7", Single). Top Rank International. 45-JAR 193. Bobby Hendricks. Little John Green (7").
Who Put the Bop in the Bop Sho. Johnny Maestro. Who Put the Bop in the Bop Sho.
Bobby Hendricks and The Coasters - A Thousand Dreams - Fantastic Soul, Doo Wop Ballad. Bobby Hendricks of the Drifters, Interview with VCB. 19:55. Itchy Twitchy Feelin'-Bobby Hendricks-original song-1958. Bobby Hendricks " If I Just Had Your Love " (1959). Bobby Hendricks - Little John Green. Bobby Hendricks - Psycho - Interesting Mid Tempo Rock and Roll Tune. Stand by me, Bobby Hendricks and the Roomates, Hemsby 50, May 2013.
Tracks: 1. Bobby Hendricks - Itchy Twitchy Feeling 2. Bobby Hendricks - Dreamy Eyes 3. Bobby Hendricks - Cast Your Vote 4. Bobby Hendricks - A Thousand Dreams 5. Bobby Hendricks - Psycho 6. Bobby Hendricks - If I Just Had Your Love 7. Bobby Hendricks- Molly Be Goode 8. Bobby Hendricks - Good Things Will Come. Bobby Hendricks - Little John Green 17. Bobby Hendricks - I'm a Big Boy Now 18. Bobby Hendricks - If I Had Your Love 19.
Hendricks, Bobby - Itchy Twitchy Feeling (CD) CD 1. 01. Itchy Twitchy Feeling. 17. I'm A Big Boy Now. 18. If I Had Your Love. Learn more about Bobby Hendricks. The recent (February 2005) death of Sue Records owner Juggy Murray brought a colorful and chaotic chapter of the New York record business to a close. Bobby Hendricks has had an equally long career, although he’s bracketed with just this one hit. Born in Columbus, Ohio on February 22, 1937, Hendricks joined gospel choirs (which were more formal than gospel groups, he’s quick to point out), and later joined a local R&B group called the Crowns.
Little Dreamer is an album by British blues rock musician Peter Green, who was the founder of Fleetwood Mac and a member from 1967–70. Released in 1980, this was his third solo album, and the second in his 'middle period' of the late 1970s and early 1980s. Most of the tracks on this album were written by Green's brother Mike. All tracks written by Mike Green unless indicated. Loser Two Times" – 4:34. Momma Don'tcha Cry" – 3:26. Born Under a Bad Sign" (Booker T. Jones, William Bell) – 3:01.
|Little John Green||2:22|
|717||Bobby Hendricks||Little John Green (7")||Sue Records Inc.||717||US||1959|
|45-JAR 193||Bobby Hendricks||Little John Green (7")||Top Rank||45-JAR 193||UK||1959|
|717||Bobby Hendricks||Little John Green (7", Promo)||Sue Records Inc.||717||US||1959|
|T 1027||Bobby Hendricks||Little John Green (7", Single)||Top Rank International||T 1027||Sweden||1959|