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John Sweetfield And His Petrolians - Crazy Man Crazy / Metteco Album


Performer: John Sweetfield And His Petrolians
Genre: Blues / Pop
Title: Crazy Man Crazy / Metteco
Country: Belgium
Released: 1953
Style: Boogie Woogie, Vocal
Label: Omega
Catalog Number: 35.031
FLAC version ZIP size: 2498 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 2739 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 2259 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 361

Tracklist

1Crazy Man Crazy
Written-By – B. Haley
2Metteco
Written-By – J. Sweetfield

Credits

  • Acoustic BassJean Warland
  • Alto SaxophoneFrans L'Église
  • DrumsPay Ray
  • GuitarJohn Sweetfield
  • PianoGus Decock
  • Tenor SaxophoneEmile Chantrain
  • TrumpetGeorges Clais
  • Vocals [Chorus]Pay And May Ray (tracks: A), Pay Ray (tracks: B)

Notes

Boogie-woogie on both faces.
Yellow label with picture of a Juke-Box.

Recorded in Brussels on August 4, 1953 ... which probably make it the very first cover of a Bill Haley rock and roll song in Europe.
The source for the credits is the Belgian Jazz Discography by R. Pernet .

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): Fo 3873
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): Fo 3874
  • Rights Society (Side B): BIEM
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): FO3873
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): FO3874

Companies

  • Published By – Copyright Control

Album

It was covered by Franny and The Fireballs, The Hellions , Gunnar Nilsson, John Sweetfield and His Petrolians and other artists. An adaptation is a musical work, which uses elements music or lyrics from another musical work. Crazy Man, Crazy written by Bill Haley English April 1953. Crazy Man Crazy. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Guitar, Leader Jean Douchamps tracks: John Sweetfield. Piano Gus Decock. Tenor Saxophone Emile Chantrain. Trumpet Georges Clais. Vocals May Ray. Boogie Woogie Recorded in Brussels onJuly 13, 1953 Discographical details sourced from the Belgian Jazz Discography R. Pernet, 1999. Barcode and Other Identifiers. Rights Society: BIEM. Crazy B. Metteco Written-By. Companies, etc. Published By Copyright Control. Acoustic Bass Jean Warland Alto Saxophone Frans L'Église Drums Jeff De Boeck tracks: Pay Ray Guitar John Sweetfield Piano Gus Decock Tenor Saxophone Emile Chantrain Trumpet Georges Clais Vocals Pay And May Ray tracks: A, Pay Ray tracks: B. Boogie-woogie on both faces. Yellow label with picture of a Juke-Box. Recorded in Brussels on August 4, 1953. which probably make it the very first cover of a Bill Haley rock and roll song in Eu. Filmed in 1984, I'm Almost Not Crazy: John Cassavetes was released in 1989, the year of the subject's death. Filmmaker Michael Ventura follows Man Crazy - Bill Haley. Crazy Man, Crazy was the title of an early rock and roll song written by, and first recorded by Bill Haley & His Comets in April 1953. It is notable as the first recognized rock and roll recording to appear on the national American musical charts, peaking at 12 on the Billboard Juke Box chart for the week ending June 20, 1953, and 11 for two weeks on the Cash Box chart beginning for the week of June 13. It is also believed to be the first rock and roll recording to be played on national television. WMA 1933 mb. Singer: John Sweetfield And His Petrolians. Album title: Crazy Man Crazy, Metteco. Country: Belgium. Written-By B. Written-By J. It encompasses the ragged earthiness of Crazy Horse that dates back to 1968, when Young first jammed with the then-known Rockets at the Whisky a Go Go. More than 50 years later, the fuzzed-out riffs and mellow harmonies are still intact, the lyrics just as heartfelt. Youngs signature searing harmonica opens the album Think of Me as he sings about oceans and prairies. Pushing 74 years old, hes lost several close friends and bandmates in his life - the recent passing of his longtime manager Elliot Roberts has been particularly devastating - and on Olden Days, he faces tragedy with the same honesty he did on Tonights the Night. Where did all the people go . Crazy Man. from Artist Series EP for BAM by Paul Lucyk. go to album. I Used To Be Sad & Then I Forgot by Mr. Alec Bowman. Alec Bowman perfectly captures the dark soil under the pastoral world of British folk with this collection of melancholy originals. Bandcamp New & Notable May 12, 2020. Duty of Care by David Luximon