Bobbie Singer - Before I Die FLAC album
Genre: Pop music
Title: Before I Die
FLAC version ZIP size: 1687 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1233 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1731 mb
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Ode to Billie Joe is the debut studio album by American singer-songwriter Bobbie Gentry. In 2008, Australian label Raven Records released the album on CD, paired with 1969’s Touch 'Em with Love
Before I Die. Che Ecru. Produced by Che Ecru.
How the singer-songwriter who knocked the Beatles out of the Number One spot 50 years ago quietly revolutionized country music. Onstage, before performing Ode to Billie Joe, she’d explain that the song was authentic because she did indeed grow up dirt-poor on her grandparents’ farm near the Tallahatchie Bridge in Chickasaw County, Mississippi – but also, she’d been studying music and performing since she moved to California at 13 years old.
Bobbie Singer (born Tina Schosser, 22 February 1981, in Linz) is an Austrian singer, best known for her participation in the Eurovision Song Contest 1999. Singer signed a record deal in 1996 at the age of 15, and released a single, "Egoistic", but this failed to chart. In 2000, she recorded "Before I Die", the theme to horror film Seven Days to Live, but this was not a commercial success. Singer withdrew from the stage around 2005 and is currently working as a producer/music composer and is furthermore performing as a studiosinger and speaker. Reflection (Bobbie Singer song).
Gentry's debut LP, which went to number one on the pop charts, was a promising but not wholly satisfying disc, with the singer penning all but one of the songs. Inevitably, the title track dwarfed everything else by comparison, but a greater problem was that several of the other tunes recycled variations of the "Ode to Billie Joe" riff
Singer Bobbie Gentry arrives at Metro Airport, wearing her Chickasaw County traveling clothes in 1967, when the Grand Ole Opry had its 42nd anniversary celebration. Gentry wrote and recorded the hit, Ode to Billie Joe. Jack Corn, The Tennesean. Singer Bobbie Gentry is interviewed by the local media on Oct. 18, 1967, in Nashville. Singer Bobbie Gentry talks to reporters outside the Nashville airport in 1967. Jack Corn, The Tennessean. Singer Bobbie Gentry signs her autograph outside the airport in Nashville in 1967. The album Fancy consisted of mostly cover songs. But Gentry wrote the title track, and In 1970 it reached No. 8 on Billboard’s Adult Contemporary chart and earned Gentry a Grammy nomination for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance. It would be her last hit.
And another one coming soon. First album coming soon! Thank you guys for coming to our shows! Recording at Lowbass5 Studio
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