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The Emeralds  - Lover's Cry / Rumblin' Tumblin' Baby album flac

Performer: The Emeralds
Title: Lover's Cry / Rumblin' Tumblin' Baby
Released: 1960
Style: Doo Wop
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 943
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A. Lover's Cry /. 2:31. B. Rumblin' Tumblin' Baby.

B Rumblin' Tumblin' Baby 2:52.

LyricsRumblin' Tumblin' Baby.

Bobby Woods and The Emeralds - Falling rain. Falling Rain - The Emeralds. emeralds - lovers' Cry, rumblin' tumblin' baby - bobbin 121 - 1960. Doowop - vocal group harmony - rhhythm and blues.

EMERALDS Lover'S Cry/Rumblin Tumblin B. 7IN DOO WOP VG+. 1800-Fm Mexico Carolus Iiii 8 Reales ~ Fine/Very Fine. Relevant Coins & Currency Articles. Coins, Currency, Stamps, and Neighbors. Loose Change: Profiting from Coin Minting Errors.

Rumblin' Train Lyrics. Yeah, oh. Just a poor boy scratchin' my back on razor's edge This razor's edge I call my home Keep my thoughts inside myself down where they're born and bled I'll prob'ly die by the fire I breath, yeah, yeah, yeah, I said. Here in my mind this crazy boy is a runaway train No one's gonna steal my soul I bite the bullet no more. Here in my heart this crazy boy he's a rumblin' train Look out babe 'cuz here I come, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah Rumblin' train, train. In my heart this crazy boy he's a rumblin' train Look out babe 'cuz here I come, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Rumblin' train Rumblin' bad boy, bad boy on down Rumblin' train Rumblin' train, train, train, train, train Ah, mamamamamamamy.

The standout of the batch, Rollin’ and Tumblin’ would later become an oft-covered blues standard. Borrowing elements from previous tunes was a common practice among early folk blues, and Rollin’ and Tumblin’ bears more than a little resemblence to Minglewood Blues recorded a year earlier by Gus Cannon ’s Jug Stompers. Rollin’ and Tumblin’ was covered many times by many bluesmen, although the most famous is that by Muddy Waters, the most important may have been from Robert Johnson in 1936. Changing the title to If I had Possession over Judgment Day, Johnson shifted the song’s tone immensely, breathing new life into what might have otherwise been remembered only as a relic from the past.

Tracklist

A Lover's Cry / 2:31
B Rumblin' Tumblin' Baby 2:52

Credits

  • Written-By – Davis, Jr.*


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