Goin' Places is the twelfth studio album by The Jacksons. It would be the last Jacksons' album released as a joint venture between Epic Records and Philadelphia International Records. Among the singles released from the album was the disco-hit "Different Kind of Lady" written by the group. Goin' Places peaked at No. 63 on the Billboard 200, and at No. 11 on the Billboard R&B albums chart and sold over half a million copies worldwide. A tour to promote the album ran from 22 January to 13 May 1978.
Producer, Written-By, Arranged By – Ralph Tresvant. What's Goin' On" performed by Marvin Gaye, courtesy of Motown Record Company, . under license from Polygram Special Markets, a division of Polygram Group Distribution, Inc. Jobete Music Company, Inc. Track 5 contains samples from "More Bounce To The Ounce" from Zapp, courtesy of Warner Bros. Records In. by arrangement with Warner Special Products. Track 6 incorporates "Jungle Boogie" (Ronald Bell/Robert Bell/G.
B’lieve I’m Goin Down sounds like the Mojave Desert brought to musical life – or at least, the sense of light-headed, out-of-body dislocation that can occur in desert climes. It opens with Kurt Vile experiencing the weightless dissolution of the self as he stares into his bathroom mirror in Pretty Pimpin’, while a guitar figure cycles aimlessly around; and continues in similar style through I’m An Outlaw and on through the levitation of Lost My Head There, where piano, vibes and synth collude in hypnotic momentum
Curated by the Country Music Hall of Fame legend the Willie’s Stash recordings represent decades of Nelson’s live performance and studio work. This volume of songs focuses on country-music standards, including seven penned by Hank Williams. See the full track listing below. The new LP follows in the tradition of 2014’s December Day, which featured the Crazy songwriter’s sister Bobbie, a longtime.
La, I’m goin' down-ay'n ("down there in") Lous-yana, baby. I believe, honey, I'll chair my hook. You know, I’m goin' down-ay'n Lous-yana. I believe I’ll chair my gloom. In the older version, he intends to carry his rocking chair down to the river to fish (hence, "chair his hook", tie it to the chair leg so he doesn't have to focus) and can wait for the blues to pass him by (hence, "chair his gloom", li. to sit somewhere and let the blues pass you by). "Chair my gloom" carries the additional connotation of parking it at the bar (the "watering hole"), as well, depending on the context.
About Goin’ Down Rockin’. This is a cover of a Waylon Jennings song, and Morgan pays his respects by staying true to the original arrangement. He’s modified the instru-mentation by removing the harmonica and adding more pedal steel guitar, and he’s increased the tempo. It all adds up to a younger, tougher version of the old Hoss. Goin’ Down Rockin’" Track Info.
Rainbow - Down To Earth (1979).
CreditsMichel Berrier - Harp, Vocals
David Bolton - Guest Artist, Lap Steel Guitar
Jesse Briggs - Composer
BJ Durham - Drums
Fat Mike - Composer
G. Wood - Guest Artist, Guitar (Electric)
Benji Johnson - Guest Artist, Guitar (Acoustic)
Dwayne Leonard - Sax (Alto)
Jared Stamey - Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric)
The Thermatones - Primary Artist
Ike Turner - Composer
Jack Younger - Bass
|1||I'm Less Blue Jesse Briggs||The Thermatones||4:22|
|2||Fat Mike Blues Fat Mike||The Thermatones||3:44|
|3||Goin' Down to Willie's Fat Mike||The Thermatones||2:11|
|4||The Hunter Ike Turner||The Thermatones||6:01|
|5||Hot Smokin Blues Fat Mike||The Thermatones||2:05|
|6||Back In My Heart Again Fat Mike||The Thermatones||5:01|
|7||Song for Dwight Fat Mike||The Thermatones||3:52|