1. The Cooper Temple Clause - Waiting Game 2. Joya Sherrill With Luther Henderson And His Orchestra - Sugar & Spice 3. Work Ethics - Firebird 4. Joya - I Like What You're Doing To Me 5. Billy Grammer - Christmas Guitars Featuring Guitar Chimes 6. Billy Taylor - Wombie Zombie/ I'm Young 7. Joya Landis, Tommy McCook & The Supersonics - In That Bar, Billy Joe 8. Unknown Artist
William D. Young (born May 25, 1941) is an American singer-songwriter of the 1960s. He was discovered, produced, and promoted by Otis Redding. He is best known for his one major success, "The Sloopy", although he actively recorded music from 1963 to 1984 mostly in the genres of soul music and rhythm and blues. Young was born in Dangerfield, Texas. He later moved to the west coast of the United States
On the fourth day of Christmas my true love sent to me Four calling birds Three french hens Two turtle doves, and A partridge in a pear tree. On the fifth day of Christmas my true love sent to me Five golden rings Four calling birds Three french hens Two turtle doves, and A partridge in a pear tree. On the sixth day of Christmas my true love sent to me Six geese a-laying Five golden rings Four calling birds Three french hens Two turtle doves, and A partridge in a pear tree.
Billy Young & His Firebird Ensemble Still My Life Through. Billy Currington - Must Be Doin' Somethin' Right (Official Video). By Hall, Penn, Frank The album starts with two tracks by Billy Young. Although he is most famous as being the first artist to be produced by Otis Redding he was. Billy Young - Country Boy. 2018-12-06.
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Christmas giving can have horrifying effects! Charlie, an elevator man in a big apartment house bemoans the fact that Christmas is sad for a poor ma. Christmas is a sad season. The phrase came to Charlie an instant after the alarm clock had waked him, and named for him an amorphous depression that had troubled him all the previous evening. The sky outside his window was black. He sat up in bed and pulled the light chain that hung in front of his nose. Christmas is a very sad day of the year, he thought. Merry Christmas!" they called, and they watched him carry his dinner and his present into the elevator. He took the tray and the box into the locker room when he got down. On the tray, there was a soup, some kind of creamed fish, and a serving of goose.
Slade – "Merry Christmas Everybody". Billy Squier – "Christmas Is The Time To Say I Love You". The arena rocker's sweet ode to the Yuletide spirit imprinted itself on a generation when it doubled as the de facto Christmas card from the then-fledgeling MTV to its viewers. Wham! – "Last Christmas". The greatest pop singer of the '80s turns his holiday heartache into snowy synthpop. Darlene Love – "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)". Yuletide longing spins into pop gold for a 1960s pop doyenne. One of the most buoyant takes on this ode to Father Christmas features Bruce Springsteen playfully needling his bandmates about their behavior over the past year and a joyous sax solo by Clarence Clemons. Ramones – "Merry Christmas (I Don't Wanna Fight Tonight)". Queens' punk-rock royalty offers up a speedy plea for Christmas peace on the domestic front.