Band Name Steppenwolf. Album Name Sookie, Sookie - Take What You Need. Type 7''. Erscheinungsdatum Januar 1968. Labels Dunhill Records. Musik GenreHard Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen0. 2. Take What You Need. Anderen Alben von Steppenwolf. The Best Of John Kay & Sparrow - Tighten Up Your Wig.
Steppenwolf (Steppenwolf album). Steppenwolf is the debut album by Canadian rock band Steppenwolf, released in January 1968 on ABC Dunhill Records. The album was a successful debut for the band, featuring the songs "Born to Be Wild", as well as "The Pusher", both of which were used in the 1969 film Easy Rider. Berry Rides Again" is a tribute to guitarist Chuck Berry. The spelling of track on the vinyl is "Hootchie Kootchie Man".
Lyrics to "Take What You Need" song by Steppenwolf: Take my hand sweet darlin' Wipe that frown off your face I don't love anyone but you No one can take. Take my hand sweet darlin' Wipe that frown off your face I don't love anyone but you No one can take your place But sometimes I worry darlin' The way you seem to hog my love. Just take what you need Don't empty out the store Just take what you need 'Cause I ain't got much more. Took a stroll in the country Some peace of mind to find Wire fences everywhere No place to rest my mind Seems like a shame to me The way some people hog the land. album: "Steppenwolf" (1968). Sookie Sookie Everybody's Next One Berry Rides Again Hoochie Coochie Man Born To Be Wild Your Wall's Too High Desperation The Pusher A Girl I Knew Take What You Need The Ostrich.
Take my hand sweet darlin' wipe that frown off your face I don't love anyone but you no one can take your place but Sometimes I worry darlin' the way you seem to hoard my love Just take what you need, don't empty out the store Just take what you need 'cause I ain't got much more . Steppenwolf Steppenwolf.
Sookie Sookie 2. Everybody's Next One 3. Berry Rides Again 4. Hoochie Coochie Man 5. Born To Be Wild 6. Your Wall's Too High. Side B. 1. Desperation 2. The Pusher 3. A Girl I Knew 4. Take What You Need 5. The Ostrich. The eponymous debut album of Steppenwolf cemented a fine foundation for their careers as the song "Born To Be Wild" launched the popularity of the band into the stratosphere virtually overnight. The biker anthem coined the term 'Heavy Metal' and coloured the airwaves in that hot summer of 1968.
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Written-By – Don Convay*, Steve Cropper
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Written-By – Gabriel Mekler, John Kay
- Published By – East Music
- Published By – Cotillian Music, Inc.
- Published By – Trousdale Music Publishers, Inc.
- Licensed To – ABC Records
- Producer – Gabriel Mekler
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: 45-01175 LW
- Matrix / Runout: 45-01176 LW
- Rights Society: BMI
|D-4123||Steppenwolf||Sookie Sookie (7", Single)||Dunhill||D-4123||US||1968|
|D-4123||Steppenwolf||Sookie Sookie / Take What You Need (7", Single, Promo)||Dunhill||D-4123||US||1968|
|OSS 8555||Steppenwolf||Sookie Sookie (7", Single, MP, M/Print)||Stateside||OSS 8555||Australia||1968|
|RCA 85-865||Steppenwolf||Sookie Sookie (7", Single)||RCA Victor||RCA 85-865||Peru||1968|
|RCA 1679||Steppenwolf||Sookie Sookie (7", Single, Promo)||RCA Victor||RCA 1679||UK||1968|