Phoebe Snow - Poetry Man album FLAC
Phoebe Snow (born Phoebe Ann Laub; July 17, 1950 – April 26, 2011) was an American singer, songwriter, and guitarist, best known for her 1975 song "Poetry Man". She was described by The New York Times as a "contralto grounded in a bluesy growl and capable of sweeping over four octaves. Snow was born in New York City in 1950, and raised in a musical household in which Delta blues, Broadway show tunes, Dixieland jazz, classical music, and folk music recordings were played around the clock.
Video: Phoebe Snow performs "Poetry Man". Snow's manager, Sue Cameron, said the singer endured bouts of blood clots, pneumonia and congestive heart failure since her stroke. The loss of this unique and untouchable voice is incalculable," Cameron said. Phoebe was one of the brightest, funniest and most talented singer-songwriters of all time and, more importantly, a magnificent mother to her late brain-damaged daughter, Valerie, for 31 years. Phoebe felt that was her greatest accomplishment. Occasionally I put an album out, but I didn't like to tour, and they didn't get a lot of label support," she told the Chronicle. But you know what? It didn't really matter because I got to stay home more with Valerie, and that time was precious.
Phoebe Snow is the debut album by singer/songwriter Phoebe Snow, released in 1974 (see 1974 in music). It contains her Top 5 Billboard pop hit, "Poetry Man". CD (DCC label Only) bonus tracks.
Poetry Man. This song is by Phoebe Snow and appears on the album Phoebe Snow (1974) and on the compilation Sounds of the Seventies: 1975 - Take Two (1991). You make me laugh'Cause your eyes they light the nightThey look right through meYou bashful boyYou're hiding something sweetPlease give it to me yeah, to me. Talk to me some moreYou don't have to goYou're the Poetry ManYou make things all rhyme.
Video for Poetry Man by Phoebe Snow. According to the Poetry Man Songfacts, this was only the second song that Phoebe Snow had ever written.
Album: Phoebe Snow (1974). Charted: 5. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. Oh, oh Talk to me some more You know that you don't have to go You're the Poetry Man You make things all rhyme. Writer/s: PHOEBE SNOW Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind. More songs from Phoebe Snow. More songs written for a guy. More songs that were an artist's first hit. More songs that are commonly misinterpreted. More songs from 1974. Poetry Man Songfacts.
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Poetry Man – Phoebe Snow. You make me laugh Cause your eyes, they light the night They look right though me. La la la la You bashful boy You’re hiding something sweet Please give it to me, yeah, to me. Wo oh oh Talk to me some more You don’t have to go You’re the Poetry Man You make things all rhyme Ooh yeah, yeah You are a genie All I ask for is your smile Each time I rub the lamp. La la la la When I am with you I have a giggling teen-age crush Then I’m a sultry vamp. Ooh yeah, yeah Talk to me somemore You don’t have to go You’re the poetry man You make things all rhyme. So once again It’s time to say, so long And so recall the lull of life You’re going home now Home’s that place somewhere you go each day To see your wife. Wo oh Talk to me some more You know that you don’t have to go You’re the Poetry Man You make things all rhyme. CategoriesPhoebe Snow. Written-By – Phoebe Snow. Phoebe Snow (LP, Album). Shelter Recording Company Inc. ISA 5010.
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- Manufactured By – Pye Record Manufacturing Division
- Co-producer – Phil Ramone
- Producer – Dino Airali
- Written-By – Phoebe Snow
|SR-40353||Phoebe Snow||Poetry Man (7", Single)||Shelter Records||SR-40353||US||1974|
|SR-40353||Phoebe Snow||Poetry Man (7", Single, Promo)||Shelter Records||SR-40353||US||1974|
|K-6090||Phoebe Snow||Poetry Man (7", Single)||Shelter Records||K-6090||Australia||1974|
|AMS 7147||Phoebe Snow||Poetry Man (7", Single, Promo)||A&M Records||AMS 7147||UK||1975|
|6073 420||Phoebe Snow||Poetry Man (7", Single)||Philips||6073 420||Italy||1975|