"Peppermint" Harris With Maxwell Davis And His All-Stars - I Got Loaded / It's You, Yes, It's You album FLAC
B. It's You, Yes, It's You. 2:52. Written-By – "Peppermint" Harris. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
It's All Right Baby (Live). Harrison Nelson Jr. (b 17 July 1925, Texarkana, Texas - d 19 March 1999, Elizabeth, New Jersey), known as Peppermint Harris, was an American R&B singer and guitarist. Scrobbling is when Last. fm tracks the music you listen to and automatically adds it to your music profile. Recent Listening Trend.
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Not to be confused with Peter Maxwell Davies or Maxwell Street Jimmy Davis. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. By 1952, Davis had played on numerous R&B hits by Percy Mayfield, Peppermint Harris, Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown, T-Bone Walker, Amos Milburn, and others. He also arranged and played on Little Willie Littlefield's 1952 "K. C. Lovin'" for Federal Records. He produced, in effect, all of the record sessions for Aladdin records, Modern records, all the local independent rhythm and blues companies in the early 1950s, late 1940s in Los Angeles. Davis died from a heart attack in September 1970.
By 1952, Davis had played on numerous R&B hits by Percy Mayfield, Peppermint Harris, Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown, T-Bone Walker, Amos Milburn, and others. In 1955, he joined Modern Records (and subsidiaries RPM, Crown and Kent) as musical director, bringing in most of the artists on Modern and Aladdin and producing most of their records. His final recording activity was in 1969, as the producer of the soul singer Z. Z. Hill Discography.
Припев: It's allright, all night, It's allright It's o ' key all day, It's o ' key You wanna learn to do this - The peppermint twist. Проигрыш: E e e e a a e e h a e. H A You wanna learn to do this - E The peppermint twist. Come on everybody, lay your hands Ah, you looking good I'm gonna sing my song and it won't take long I'm gonna do the twist and it goes like this
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