Dorsey Burnette - Four For Texas / Foolish Pride download mp3 album
Dorsey Burnette – Keep A Knockin' - Vol. 2. Label: Hollywood Records (17) – 502, Hollywood Records (17) – HLW-LP 50. A4. Long Legged Linda. Written-By – D. Burnette.
Dorsey Burnette (December 28, 1932 – August 19, 1979) was an American early rockabilly singer. With his younger brother, Johnny Burnette, and a friend named Paul Burlison, he was a founder member of The Rock and Roll Trio. He is also the father of country musician and Fleetwood Mac member Billy Burnette. Neither single was a hit. During 1963, he had four singles releases on Reprise. The first was "Foolish Pride"/"Four For Texas" (Reprise R-20,146) released February 23, 1963, which was followed by "Hey Sue"/"It Don't Take Much" (Reprise R-20,153), released March 9, 1963 then "Invisible Chains/Pebbles" (Reprise R-20,177) released May 9, 1963. His final release was "Where's The Lonely Girl?"/"One of The Lonely" (Reprise R-20,208) released August 24, 1963.
Dorsey Burnette, né le 28 décembre 1932 à Memphis et mort le 19 août 1979 à Canoga Park (Los Angeles) est un chanteur de rockabilly et de musique country. Il est le frère aîné de Johnny Burnette. Dorsey Burnette, avec son frère Johnny Burnette et un ami Paul Burlison, forme le groupe The Rock and Roll Trio jusqu'à fin 1959. Il fait ensuite une carrière solo au début des années soixante. Dorsey signe alors avec Era qui publie Talk oak tree qui se classe n°23 dans les chartes aux États-Unis
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Ole Foolish Pride Lyrics. Yo man, yo Marsh, man Yo, you've been kickin' all this shit about yourself What of the homies, man? Oh you want one about the posse? Alright. Ole foolish pride, oh, oh, oh, ole foolish pride Oh, oh, oh, ole foolish pride, oh, oh, oh, ole foolish pride
The first was " Foolish Pride "/" Four For Texas " ( Reprise R - 20, 146 ) released February 23, 1963, which was followed by " Hey Sue "/" It Don ' t Take Much " ( Reprise R - 20, 153 ), released March 9, 1963 then " Invisible Chains, Pebbles " ( Reprise R - 20, 177 ) released May 9, 1963. Dorsey Burnette by Bruce Eder – references to truancy and early violence, boxing and 1949 meeting with Paul Burlison, for reaction to Johnny Burnette ’ s death and alcohol and drug abuse. ann – tte – information, an’slicense, n, glereleases.
Foolish Pride" is a song written and recorded by American country music singer Travis Tritt. It was released in March 1994 as the first single from his album Ten Feet Tall and Bulletproof. The song peaked at Number One on the . country singles charts in July 1994, becoming the fourth Number One hit of his career. Foolish Pride" is a mid-tempo ballad detailing a failed relationship, in which both halves are afraid to show each other their feelings out of pride.
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Arranged By – Jack NitzscheProducer – Jimmy BowenWritten-By – Cahn-Van Heusen*
Arranged By – Hank LevineWritten-By – Burnette*
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