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7 Commentsto Im Shakin - Little Willie John - The King Sessions 1958-1960

  1. Nisida says:
    The second set in Ace's in-depth look at Little Willie John s influential singles for the King label. The first release was The Early Sessions (CDCHD ). The hits here include Talk To Me, Talk To Me, Leave My Kitten Alone, Sleep and Heartbreak (It s Hurtin Me) with 20 other A and B sides from , including the Mod / R&B club monster I 5/5(1).
  2. JoJok says:
    During the period covered by this compilation, Little Willie John was moving into more orchestrated, pop-oriented material and arrangements than he'd used on his initial mid-'50s R&B hit singles for the King label. The change wasn't at all for the worse; he still put a lot of bluesy feeling into this form of blues-R&B-pop-rock & roll, getting his two biggest pop hits with "Talk to Me, Talk to 8/
  3. Tezilkree says:
    Printed on back cover: "The second comprehensive look at Little Willie John's masterful recordings for King Records, this time from " Titles 8 and 17 are previously unissued underdub takes. Barcode and Other Identifiers/5(5).
  4. Maunos says:
    Aug 23,  · The second set in Ace's in-depth look at Little Willie John's influential singles for the King label. The first release was the Early Sessions. The hits here include 'Talk to Me, Talk to Me', 'Leave My Kitten Alone' (a staple of the Beatles live act), 'Sleep' and 'Heartbreak (It's Hurtin' Me)' with 20 other a and B sides from /5(2).
  5. Nill says:
    Little Willie John song lyrics collection. Browse 56 lyrics and Little Willie John albums. The King Sessions Hot Box of Soul Vol 5 - [The Dave Cash Collection] Little Willie Soul, Vol. 1. Little Willie Soul, Vol. 2. I'll Carry Your Love Wherever I Go.
  6. Yozshuzahn says:
    A biography, Fever: Little Willie John, a Fast Life, Mysterious Death and the Birth of Soul, by Susan Whitall with Kevin John (another of his sons), was published by Titan Books in Little Willie John was posthumously inducted into the Rhythm and Blues Music Hall of Fame in as a singer and in as a songwriter.
  7. Fenrijin says:
    This particular CD had two songs I really enjoy and wanted to add to my collection ("My Love" and "I'm Shakin'") Other than those, most of the songs, in my opinion, are rather pedestrian 50's love songs. For big fans of this great artist, they will probably enjoy "The King Sessions "/5(2).

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