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The Manish Boys / Davy Jones - I Pity The Fool / Take My Tip / You've Got A Habit Of Leaving / Baby Loves That Way flac album

The Manish Boys / Davy Jones - I Pity The Fool / Take My Tip / You've Got A Habit Of Leaving / Baby Loves That Way flac album
Title:
I Pity The Fool / Take My Tip / You've Got A Habit Of Leaving / Baby Loves That Way
Performer:
The Manish Boys
Style:
Rhythm & Blues, Beat
Released:
FLAC album size:
1266 mb
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AIFF AC3 APE ASF DMF AHX ADX
Genre:
Rating:
4.6 ✪

You've Got a Habit of Leaving" is a song written by David Bowie in 1965 and released as a single under the name Davy Jones & The Lower Third. It was the last song that Bowie, born David Jones, released before changing his name to avoid confusion with Davy Jones of The Monkees, and the first of two singles that he recorded with The Lower Third after leaving his previous band, The Manish Boys.

Take My Tip. B1. –Davy Jones & The Lower Third. You've Got A Habit Of Leaving. B2. The Manish Boys, Davy Jones And The Lower Third - Untitled ‎(10", EP, Comp, Mono, RE). See For Miles Records Ltd. CYM 1.

The Manish Boys originally started in 1962 as Band Seven, in Maidstone, Kent. After several personnel changes, they ended up as a six-piece group, and changed their music from pop covers to R'n'B. This lead to a new name, inspired by Muddy Waters' "Manish Boy". John Watson (bass,vocals), Johnny Flux (lead guitar), Bob Solly (organ), Mick White (drums), Woolf Byrne (baritone sax) and Paul Rodriguez (tenor sax) were joined by 17 year-old Davie Jones (vocals, tenor sax) in 1964

Album Early On (1964–1966). You’ve Got a Habit of Leaving Lyrics. You've got a habit of leaving me And you've got a habit of deserting me. Sometimes I cry Sometimes I'm so sad Sometimes I'm so glad, so glad. You could go on if you wanted to, wanted to, wanted to Wanted to Oh If you wanted to, yeah Oh huh. 7. Bars of the County Jail. 8. You’ve Got a Habit of Leaving. 9. Baby Loves That Way. 10. I’ll Follow You. 11. Glad I’ve Got Nobody. 12. Can’t Help Thinking About Me. 13. And I Say to Myself.

Album Early On (1964–1966). Baby Loves That Way Lyrics. 14. Do Anything You Say. 15. Good Morning Girl. 16. I Dig Everything.

And you can download the album in one file to your computer or tablet or phone. Attention! All audio material is presented solely for information. All styles of audio music. ru All rights are reserved by their respective owners. On this site you can find any kind of music except for MP3 download. Here you can not download free music in mp3 or listen online. B1 –Davy Jones And The Lower Third You've Got A Habit Of Leaving. Pairing of two 1965 singles by early bands featuring David (Davy) Jones aka David Bowie The Manish Boys - I Pity The Fool Davy Jones - You've Got A Habit Of Leaving. All tracks are produced in 1965 "Demo Record - Not For Resale" on the Labels. 1965 EMI Records Ltd. This release was preceded by an unofficial and unlicensed release of the same pairings of the two 1965 singles the previous year.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 The Manish Boys I Pity The Fool
Lyrics By – Malone*
A2 The Manish Boys Take My Tip
Written-By – Jones*
B1 Davy Jones* You've Got A Habit Of Leaving
Written-By – Jones*
B2 Davy Jones* Baby Loves That Way
Written-By – Jones*

Notes

Although it states "Demonstration Record", this is an unofficial release [issued circa 1978, some copies in an illustrated picture cover]; the Category appears invented and the matrix in the run-out area is etched.

Early 1979 EMI released an official release of this EP, also in the same sequence. See: The Manish Boys / Davy Jones & The Lower 3rd* - I Pity The Fool / Take My Tip / You've Got A Habit Of Leaving / Baby Loves That Way

Also released on Record Store Day 2013 as limited edition under the title David Bowie - Bowie 1965!

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 4960 - A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 4960 - B