I Got A Woman - Little Hatch - Goin Back (CD, Album)


Download I Got A Woman - Little Hatch - Goin Back (CD, Album)
1998
Label: APO Records (2) - APO 2007 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Blues • Style: Country Blues


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9 thoughts on “ I Got A Woman - Little Hatch - Goin Back (CD, Album)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the g Vinyl release of Goin' Back on Discogs/5.
  2. Little Hatch Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars 4 ratings. Pull up a porch chair, lean it back on two legs and enjoy the music of Kansas City blues legend Little Hatch on Goin Back. They love the little man in Kansas City - where the traditional blues harmonica player's birthday has been proclaimed Little Hatch Day in honor of his broad 5/5(4).
  3. In about three hours, Little Hatch completed 15 cuts, most on the first take. The result was traditional, raw, dirty blues at its finest with hamonica and slide guitar. The acoustics of the grand old church make it sound like Little Hatch is, indeed, playing just for you on your back porch or in your living room. So go on back to the porch.5/5.
  4. Liner notes and Cover art included. Pull up a porch chair, lean it back on two legs and enjoy the music of Kansas City blues legend Little Hatch on Goin passrasnalideres.glycufafutolalnaijouparseoholdweb.co love the little man in Kansas City - where the traditional blues harmonica player's birthday has been proclaimed Little Hatch Day in honor of his broad fan support - and you'll love the sound that has been lighting up the KC.
  5. May 08,  · Pull up a porch chair, lean it back on two legs and enjoy the music of Kansas City blues legend Little Hatch on Goin Back. They love the little man in Kansas City – where the traditional blues harmonica player’s birthday has been proclaimed Little Hatch Day in honor of his broad fan support – and you’ll love the sound that has been.
  6. "I Got a Woman" (originally titled "I've Got a Woman") is a song co-written and recorded by American R&B and soul musician Ray Charles. Atlantic Records released the song as a single in December , with "Come Back Baby" as the passrasnalideres.glycufafutolalnaijouparseoholdweb.co songs later appeared on the album Ray Charles (subsequently reissued as Hallelujah I Love Her So.
  7. I got a woman, way over town she's good to me, oh yeah. She saves her loving, early in the morning just for me, oh yeah she saves her loving, early in the morning just for me, oh yeah she saves her loving, just for me always loves me, so tenderly I got a woman, way over town she's good to me, oh yeah. She's there to love me both day and night.
  8. Billy Idol covered this on his album Charmed Life, his version hitting #52 in the passrasnalideres.glycufafutolalnaijouparseoholdweb.co was in the Oliver Stone movie The Doors, but had to take a smaller role because of a motorcycle accident that limited his mobility. At a press conference to promote the album, Idol explained that he had been playing "L.A. Woman" for years and was a big fan of the song.
  9. Pull up a porch chair, lean it back on two legs and enjoy the music of Kansas City blues legend Little Hatch on Goin passrasnalideres.glycufafutolalnaijouparseoholdweb.co love the little man in Kansas City - where the traditional blues harmonica player's birthday has been proclaimed Little Hatch Day in honor of his broad fan support - and you'll love the sound that has been lighting up the KC nightclub sky and other venues for years.

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