6 Replies to “ Ernie K-Doe - Little Bit Of Everything / Someone (Vinyl) ”

  1. L The meters. HE COMES THE METER MAN – All the josie hits (Sophisticated Cissy / Cissy Strut / Ease Back / Dry Spell / Look-ka Py Py / Chicken Strut / Hand Clapping Song / A Message From The Meters / Stretch Your Rubber Band / (The World Is A Bit Under The Weather) Doodle-Oop / Zony Mash / Ride Your Pony / Here Comes The Meter Man / Sehorn's Farm)).
  2. Ernie K-Doe. out of 5 stars 1. Audio CD. 02 Looking Into The Future 03 Little Bit Of Everything 04 Someone 05 Boomerang 06 Please Don't Stop 07 Dancin' Man 08 Later For Tomorrow 09 Love Me Like I Wanna 10 Don't Kill My Groove 11 Little Marie 12 Until The Real Thing Comes Along 13 Gotta Pack My Bag 14 How Sweet You Are 15 Trying To Make 5/5(4).
  3. You can't think of Ernie K-Doe without thinking of "Mother-In-Law," his chart-topper and the only pop hit on his resumé. As the track collection Absolutely the Best proves so well, though, K-Doe recorded many great sides, a few of which beat even the glorious "Mother-In-Law." The disc covers his early-'60s sides for the Minit and Duke logos very well, scooping up pleasant chart.
  4. In fact up to 50% of these records feature names a great many of us, R&B devotees or not, may well never have heard of, yet everything on this glorious hours-long listening spree will serve to remind us all that Chicago, New York, Memphis and L.A. may have been important spokes on the blues and rock wheel, but New Orleans was the hub.
  5. Apr 12,  · I reluctantly came up for the changeover, posed for the picture, and, at the wise recommendation of One Eyed Jack’s owner, Rio Hackford, sputtered and started with Ernie K .

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