Jay Blackfoot - The Girl Next Door/Kum Ba Ya FLAC album
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Rhythmic and stirring, an original Swahili text punctuates the familiar lullaby melody.
Physical Attraction from J. Blackfoot (1984) (LP).
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For their 1987 album Rick Medlocke and Blackfoot (their final album for Atlantic Records), the new group was attempting a more radio-style 1980s rock music sound. Jeff Stevens played bass guitar for one track. Many of the group's fans were not all that happy with the changes. During 2006, the band toured and was joined by Skinny Molly's Jay Johnson (the son of Jimmy Johnson, their original co-producer) for guitar and vocals after Barth was sidelined for a shoulder and neck operation. Barth resumed performing later that year, as Johnson stayed on for a short time. During November 2006, Ullman left to return to Austria and was succeeded by Mark McConnell.
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Here is a captivating arrangement of the traditional "Kum Ba Ya" combined with an original Christmas chorus that builds to a striking chant-like chorale, and finishes with the brilliant layering of all three as it fades to the end. Masterful composer Ja. Added to. Christmas Kum Ba Ya. Traditional Spiritual, ar. with new words and music, by Jay Althouse. 2-Part Choral Octavo. View List Continue Shopping. List Name Please enter a valid name.
Album Buddha (Reissue). The Girl Next Door Lyrics. White girl living in the big city In a big apartment house She's living with her boyfriend now She drives off every day for school and work She washes dishes now And watches tv on the pull out couch. And every day's the same. White girl moved back to the suburbs And she finally found a man Who knows how to take care of her She bought the perfect little house And the lawn's well manicured And she'd never missed a day of work.
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|A||The Girl Next Door
Written-By – C. Brooks*, H. Banks*
|B||Kum Ba Ya
Written By – Public Domain
- Published By – Backlog Music
- Produced For – World Productions Inc.
- Manufactured By – Soundtown Records, Inc.
- Co-producer – Chuck Brooks, Homer Banks
NotesProduced for World Productions.
Recorded, Mixed & Mastered for World Productions, Inc.
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- Rights Society (A): BMI
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Label): ST-0017-A
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Label): ST-0017-B
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): ST-0017 A AS
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): ST-0017 B AS