KAY CEE JONES - The Japanese Farewell Song - Many Sides Of

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Interpret: Kay Cee Jones

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Artikel Nr.: #BCK 27154

 

THE ROCKING SIDES

1             JOHNNY JOHNNY JOHNNY

2             HUMPTY DUMPTY HEART

3             HOW COME YOU DO ME LIKE YOU DO

4             HEAVEN KNOWS

5             LITTLE NIGHT OWL

6             SHORT´NIN´ BREAD ROCK

THE POP SIDES

7             KINDA LIKE LOVE

8             THE JAPANESE FAREWELL SONG

9             I WORE DAK GLASSES

10           I´M HAVING A BREAKING-UP PARTY

11           HIGH SCHOOL ROMANCE

12           YOU I LOVE     

13           CHAIN OF LOVE

14           SMALL TOWN

15           WAIT LITTLE DARLING

16           HAPPY HAPPY BIRTHDAY BABY

17           WHEN YOU´RE AROUND

18           C´EST FINI

19           THE SAINTS

20           SIN

21           ANYTIME

22           BUNNY POLKA

THE LIVE RECORDINGS

23           SPADE COOLEY CALYPSO                                      LIVE TV SPADE COOLEY 1957 

24           DREAM TRAIN                                                               “              “             “             “    

25           LIME HOUSE BLUES                                                  “              “             “             “          

26           THE STREETS OF LAREDO                                     “              “             “             “       

27           SHORTNIN´ BREAD ROLL                                       LIVE Spade Cooley

28           A GOOD MAN IS HARD TO FIND                           LIVE                    

29           ST LOUIS BLUES                                                      LIVE

BONUS SONG  

30           JAPANISCHES ABSCHIEDSLIED  m Chris Howland

 

Kay Cee Jones was a talented artist, who as a child already left her mark on the screen and radio as Ruthie Reece. Together with her song writing husband Eddie Brandt and The Hollywood Hicks they soon became a popular act on the Californian music scene of the 1950s and early 60s.

After some pop recordings for a variety of labels she had her biggest success with “The Japanese Farewell Song” in 1955. With “Shortnin Bread Rock” written by her hubby, she recorded the first version of the popular Rock & Roll song (i.e. Collins Kids, Etta James, Paul Chaplain,…). Almost at the same time in 1958 she recorded the female version “Johnny, Johnny, Johnny” of the Eddie Cochran classic “Jeannie, Jeannie, Jeannie”. Further recordings in a variety of styles are included in this CD compilation for the first time.

We rounded out the album with some unreleased songs from the Spade Cooley TV show, which she sometimes was part of.

 

 

 

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