Detroit City şarkısını ücretsiz dinle. Arthur Alexander şarkıcısına ait albümleri ve diğer şarkıları da görebilir ve dinleyebilirsiniz. Detroit City - Arthur Alexander. Seçiniz Video açılmıyor Video içeriği hatalı Şarkı sözü hatalı Şarkı sözü ve video uyuşmuyor.
Connected to: Danny Dill Arthur Alexander Songwriter. Single by Bobby Bare. from the album Detroit City and Other Hits. Arthur Alexander released the song as a single in 1965 backed with " You Don't Care," but it did not perform well and proved to be his last single for Dot Records. Nonetheless, historian Nat Hentoff described Alexander's rendition as "deeply compelling," stating that it " the original version by Bobby Bare. Alexander biographer described it as "a stirring rendition. Music USA: A Rough Guide also praised Alexander's version.
album Weekly Top. album Pop Hotlist. music noteChords for Arthur Alexander - You're The Reason (1962). Arthur alexander-detroit city. Arthur Alexander - You Don't Care.
Arthur Alexander (album). Arthur Alexander is the second studio album by Arthur Alexander, released in 1972 Track listing. I'm Comin' Home" (Dennis Linde) – 1:55. It Hurts to Want It So Bad" (Steve Smith, Tim Smith, Charles Veldman) – 2:17. Go on Home Girl" (Arthur Alexander) – 2:43. In the Middle of It All" (Arthur Alexander) – 3:05. Burning Love" (Arthur Alexander, Dennis Linde) – 2:39. Rainbow Road" (Donnie Fritts, Dan Penn) – 3:25 . Detroit City"/"You Don't Care". Every Day I Have to Cry Some". This 1970s country music album-related article is a stub.
4 I Hang My Head And Cry. 5 You Don't Care. 8 After You. 9 Where Have You Been (All My Life). 10 Shot Of Rhythm And Blues. 11 Don't You Know It. 12 You Better Move On. 13 All I Need Is You. 14 Detroit City. 15 Keep Her Guessing. 17 In The Middle Of It All. 18 Whole Lot Of Trouble. 20 I Wonder Where You Are Tonight.
You Don't Care 14. Keep Her Guessin' 15. Where Have You Been (All My Life) 16. Black Night. Although his songs were covered by the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, and Elvis Presley, country-soul pioneer Arthur Alexander remains largely unknown to the general listening audience - nevertheless, his music is the stuff of genius, a poignant and deeply intimate body of work on par with the best of his contemporaries. During the summer of 1961, Alexander and Hall crossed the Tennessee River to build a recording studio in the town of Muscle Shoals, transforming an abandoned tobacco warehouse into one of the most fabled facilities in popular music history. The first record incubated within Muscle Shoals was Alexander's 1962 classic "You Better Move O.
Interpret: Arthur Alexander. Album titlle: The Greatest (CD). Arthur Alexander, born in Sheffield, Alabama, in 1942, was the first hit artist to emerge from Rick Hall's Muscle Shoals studio with a beautifully understated interpretation of the self-penned 'You Better Move On' (1962) - a seminal per-formance, reflected by many later southern soul hits. Recorded before Hall had formed his own Fame label, it was released by Dot who proceeded to market Alexander as a pop singer. 04 I Hang My Head And Cry. 05 You Don't Care.
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Written-By – D. Dill*, M. Tillis*
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Written-By – H. Ryals*, J. Willis*
- Made By – Negram
- Producer – Noel Ball, Norman Petty
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