3 Feet High and Rising is the debut studio album by American hip hop group De La Soul, released on March 3, 1989 by Tommy Boy Records. It marked the first of three full-length collaborations with producer Prince Paul, which would become the critical and commercial peak of both parties. The album title comes from the Johnny Cash song "Five Feet High and Rising". The album contains the singles "Me Myself and I", "The Magic Number", "Buddy", and "Eye Know".
The Shacklefords Sing has been added to your Cart. This album has never been reformatted for CD, although you can find a good copy of A Stranger In Your Town in the Ace volume Golden Age Of American Popular Music - The Folk Hits as well as Volume 8 of the Mavis series Hey! Look What I Found.
The Shacklefords şarkıcısına ait albümleri ve diğer şarkıları da görebilir ve dinleyebilirsiniz. Everything I Touch Turns To Tears The Shacklefords. Five Feet High And Rising The Shacklefords. Golden Bells The Shacklefords. If the world don't end tomorrow (I'm coming after you) The Shacklefords.
ンバー: Daniel A Stone, Gracia Nitzsche, Lee Hazlewood, Marty Cooper, Naomi Shackleford. リエーション: すべてを閲覧中 The Shacklefords. Lee Hazlewood With The Shacklefords, Shacklefords, The Shackelfords, The Shaklefords. The Biplane, Evermore, Five Feet High And Rising (7", Single, Promo).
The trio's cover of "Five Feet High and Risin'" is excellent as well, but the LP is dragged down slightly by derivative Cooper songs like "One" and "Ain't It?, Babe. Hazlewood fans who have heard the highlights on other compilations can safely avoid this one; the rest of the record is for completists only. The Biplane, Evermore.
The Biplane, Evermore. Five Feet High and Rising.
Shacklefords 歌詞 2008 digitally remastered reissue. The Shacklefords are kind of like The Art of Noise avant la lettre; there's a mystifying aura regarding the lineup of the band, and exactly what it's all about. Five Feet High and Risin' 11. That Old Freight Train 12. The Biplane, Evermore 13. First Street Blues. 輯列表 The Shacklefords Sing.
The Shacklefords' story begins in the mid-'40s, when Lee Hazlewood was a high-school senior in Huntsville, TX; he began dating a fellow student, Naomi Shackleford, and the two fell in love. After a few years in college, Hazlewood joined the Army, but he and Shackleford stayed together, and after he ended his hitch in the service, Lee and Naomi were married in 1953. Between 1966 and 1968, the Shacklefords released three singles on Lee Hazlewood's LHI Records label, but by this time Hazlewood was busy with his solo career and his work with Nancy Sinatra, and the Shacklefords were never heard from again.
It was also covered by William Elliott Whitmore, Tracey and Melissa Beehive, Matanza and The Shacklefords. Songs of Our Soil Album September 1959. Request a synchronization license. Added by Nap. Originals.