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Nitty Gritty Dirt Band - Uncle Charlie & His Dog Teddy flac album
Title:
Uncle Charlie & His Dog Teddy
Style:
Country Rock, Bluegrass
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FLAC album size:
1983 mb
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Bojangles" is a song written and originally recorded by American country music artist Jerry Jeff Walker for his 1968 album of the same title. Since then, it has been recorded by many other artists, including US country music band the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, whose version (recorded for the 1970 album Uncle Charlie & His Dog Teddy) was issued as a single and rose to on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1971.

Arranged By – Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. Art Direction – Woody Woodward. Banjo, Mandolin, Acoustic Guitar, Accordion – John McEuen. Design – Dean O. Torrence, Kittyhawk Graphics. Electric Bass, Mandolin, Electric Guitar, Vocals – Les Thompson. Engineer – Bruce Kennedy, Dino Lappas, Ken Deane, Mike Denecke. Management – William E. McEuen, Hollywood. Performer – Bill Cunningham (2), Byron Berline, Jim Gordon, John London, Maurice Manseau II, Mike Rubine, Russ Kunkel.

Uncle Charlie Interview. Randy Lynn Rag. House at Pooh Corner. Uncle Charlie Interview. The End Spanih Fandango. So you can choose the music genre and then singer or band. We want to say thanks for all who supports our site.

Uncle Charlie & His Dog Teddy The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. 1. Some of Shelley’s Blues. 2. Prodigal’s Return. 12. Uncle Charlie Interview (Missing Lyrics). 14. Opus 36. 15. Santa Rosa. 18. 19.

Uncle Charlie & His Dog Teddy. Redirected from Uncle Charlie Interview). Uncle Charlie & His Dog Teddy is the 1970 album from The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band that contains the hit song "Mr. Bojangles". The album reached on US charts. Three singles charted: "Mr. Bojangles" reached "House On Pooh Corner" reached and "Some Of Shelly's Blues" reached The 1994 CD version has the title Uncle Charlie And His Dog on the spine. Side 1. "Some of Shelly's Blues" (Michael Nesmith) – 2:51.

Album · 1969 · 23 Songs. Uncle Charlie Interview, Spanish Fandango (2003 Remastered). 22. Mississippi Rain (bonus track) (2003 Remastered). 23. What Goes On (bonus track) (2003 Remastered).

6. What Goes On Lyrics. The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.

The first album issued by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band after they had temporarily disbanded in 1969, this greatly expanded their pop audience, due primarily to the Top 10 hit cover of Jerry Jeff Walker's "Mr. Bojangles" (which actually wasn't a hit until early 1971). It was an extremely diverse program for a country-rock album, too, moving from rustic instrumentals and snippets of tapes of elderly musicians performing rural Americana to the Buddy Holly cover "Rave O. The group were actually at their best, though, when doing softer, melodic pop tunes.

The song was first performed by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band on their 1970 album Uncle Charlie & His Dog Teddy and then performed by Loggins and Messina on their 1971 album Sittin' In. It is told from the perspective of both Winnie-the-Pooh and Christopher Robin, and serves as an allegory for loss of innocence and nostalgia for childhood. It was originally backed with another interview with Uncle Charlie, also taken from the album. When "Mr. Bojangles" started climbing the charts, the B-side was re-pressed with the same song without the interview. NGDB guitarist Jeff Hanna performed most of the lead vocals on the track, with bandmate Jim Ibbotson performing harmony vocals; the two switched these roles on the last verse. British pop singer Robbie Williams recorded the song for his 2001 album, Swing When You're Winning.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Some Of Shelly's Blues
Written-By – Mike Nesmith*
3:12
A2 Prodigal's Return
Written-By – Dan Lottermoser*, Kenny Loggins
3:16
A3 The Cure
Written-By – Jeff Hanna
2:11
A4 Travelin' Mood
Written-By – James Waynes
2:35
A5 Chicken Reel
Arranged By, Adapted By – W. McEuen*
0:59
A6 Yukon Railroad
Written-By – Dan Lottermoser*, Ken Loggins*
2:20
7A Livin' Without You
Written-By – Randy Newman
1:58
A8 Clinch Mountain Backstreet
Written-By – Ruby Rakes
2:16
A9 Rave On
Written-By – Norman Petty
2:50
A10 Billy In The Low Ground
Arranged By, Adapted By – Les Thompson
1:14
B1 Jesse James
Written-By – Traditional
0:49
B2 Uncle Charlie Interview
Recorded By – William E. McEuen
2:27
B3 Mr. Bojangles
Written-By – Jerry Jeff Walker
3:34
B4 Opus 36, Clementi (John)
Arranged By, Adapted By – W. McEuen*
1:37
B5 Santa Rosa
Written-By – Kenny Loggins
2:21
B6 Propinquity
Written-By – Mike Nesmith*
2:18
B7 Uncle Charlie
Written-By – Jimmy Fadden*
1:45
B8 Randy Lynn Rag
Written-By – Earl Scruggs
1:17
B9 House At Pooh Corner
Written-By – Kenny Loggins
2:37
B10 Swanee River
Arranged By, Adapted By – Jimmy Fadden*
0:36
B11 Uncle Charlie Interview #2 - The End / Spanish Fandango
Recorded By [Uncle Charlie Interview #2] – William E. McEuen
2:34

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – MCA Records (Canada)
  • Distributed By – MCA Records (Canada)
  • Distributed By – London Records Of Canada Ltd.
  • Record Company – Liberty Records, Inc.

Credits

  • Acoustic Guitar [Lead], Electric Guitar [Lead], Harmonica, Bass [Washtub], Vocals – Jimmie Fadden
  • Acoustic Guitar [Rhythm], Electric Guitar [Rhythm], Drums, Washboard, Percussion, Vocals – Jeff Hanna
  • Acoustic Guitar [Rhythm], Electric Guitar [Rhythm], Electric Piano, Drums, Congas, Accordion [Accordian], Vocals – Jim Ibbotson*
  • Arranged By – Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
  • Art Direction [Executive Art Director] – Woody Woodward
  • Banjo, Mandolin, Acoustic Guitar, Accordion [Accordian] – John McEuen
  • Design [Album Design] – Dean O. Torrence / Kittyhawk Graphics*
  • Electric Bass, Mandolin, Electric Guitar, Vocals – Les Thompson
  • Engineer – Bruce Kennedy, Dino Lappas, Ken Deane, Mike Denecke
  • Management [Direction And Personal Management] – William E. McEuen, Hollywood*
  • Performer [Contributing Musicians] – Bill Cunningham , Byron Berline, Jim Gordon, John London, Maurice Manseau II*, Mike Rubine, Russ Kunkel
  • Producer, Photography By – William E. McEuen

Notes

Gatefold packaging.

Cover photo and interview was recorded at Uncle Charlie's home in Springville, California, April, 1964.

"Spanish Fandango" was recorded from a home wire recorder. Original recording date unknown.

Manufactured and distributed by MCA Records-Canada inner jacket
Distributed by London Records Of Canada Ltd. on center label
For the reisssue with U.A. Records Ltd. credit at the label perimeter see Uncle Charlie & His Dog Teddy

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A side runout): LST-7642-A- SL(cursive)
  • Matrix / Runout (B side runout): LST-7642-B- SL(cursive)

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LST-7642 Nitty Gritty Dirt Band Uncle Charlie & His Dog Teddy ‎(LP, Album, Res) Liberty LST-7642 US 1970
LST-7642 Nitty Gritty Dirt Band Uncle Charlie & His Dog Teddy ‎(LP, Album, RE) United Artists Records, Liberty LST-7642 US Unknown
LTAO-7642, LST-7642 Nitty Gritty Dirt Band Uncle Charlie & His Dog Teddy ‎(LP, Album, Club) Liberty, Liberty LTAO-7642, LST-7642 US Unknown
5C 038-61220 Nitty Gritty Dirt Band Uncle Charlie & His Dog Teddy ‎(LP, Album, RE) Liberty 5C 038-61220 Netherlands Unknown
TOCP-3480 Nitty Gritty Dirt Band Uncle Charlie & His Dog Teddy ‎(CD, Album) Liberty TOCP-3480 Japan Unknown