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The New World Soul Choir Featuring Sheila Robinson & John DeBerry - Keep A Talkin' / You Better Be Goin' FLAC album

Conducted by John Rutter Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, February 17, 2008 The Mark Thallander Foundation Choir Festival.

i can tell there's something goin' on hours seem to disappear everyone is leaving i'm still with you. it doesn't matter what we do where we are going to we can stick around and see this night through.

John Robinson, Actor: Elephant

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The hoodooin’ of miss fannie deberry Lyrics. The Hoodooin' Of Miss Fannie Deberry Down in Sunflower County where I was born Used to be a crazy woman Used to walk bare footed down a gravel road Singin' in an unknown tongue. One day I asked her Papa why she was crazy The tears welled up in his eyes He said, "the Devil's inside my poor baby She be crazy 'til the day she dies. Said "Fanny's Mama was a Voodoo Queen Died when Fanny was born He remembered her very last words to him She said, "'m goin' Honey, take care of Fanny 'til the Devil comes. So if you see her buried down in a graveyard Diggin' in a grave for Foofoo You know she's gonna Hoodoo somebody And if you cross her she might Hoodoo you. You know she's been hoodooed By the power of the voodoo You know she's been hoodooed By the power of the voodoo.

Tomorrow (A Better You, a Better Me)" is a song originally recorded by the Brothers Johnson as an instrumental in 1976 on the album Look Out for In 1989, Siedah Garrett wrote lyrics to the song, and it was recorded by Quincy Jones featuring Tevin Campbell on vocals for the album Back on the Block. The new version of the song spent one week at number one on the US R&B chart and peaked at number seventy-five on the US pop chart in June 1990.

You Better Move On" is a 1961 rhythm and blues song by Arthur Alexander. It reached number 24 on the Billboard chart in March 1962. It was recorded in 1962 by Bobby Vee and then by both the Hollies and the Rolling Stones in 1964. It was also covered by George Jones and Johnny Paycheck for their collaboration album Double Trouble (George Jones and Johnny Paycheck album).

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Was Better Love written specifically for the movie? I wrote it specifically for the movie. I worked with the same producer and a lot of the same players from the first album and from the tour, but it’s new. I was eager to write because I hadn’t written any song, from beginning to end, in pretty much two years. You’re eager, you’re itchy to do something different from what you’ve been doing, but it was literally a three or four week deadline, so I kind of said, Okay, if I could get a demo to them in five days, we’d be doing okay, but if not, I’m fucked. Much to my disappointment, I still am myself. I still view the world with the same eyes that I did when I did the first album. Are you planning to work with the same people on the next album? I think so. This is another reason I want to move to the countryside to have some quiet time.

Perhaps Metallica’s version isn’t better, but it’s epic in the listening pleasure it has to offer. Whiskey in the Jar isn’t by Thin Lizzy; an Irish folk song as old as the hills, its been recorded by artists from The Dubliners to Peter, Paul & Mary, and its origins predate recorded music itself. But it’s pretty clear that Metallica’s 1998 cover is an ode to Thin Lizzy’s hit 1972 single.

Tracklist

A The New World Soul Choir Featuring Sheila Robinson & John DeBerry Keep A Talkin' 2:47
B The New World Soul Choir Featuring John DeBerry You Better Be Goin' 2:20

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
55198 The New World Soul Choir Featuring Sheila Robinson & John DeBerry The New World Soul Choir Featuring Sheila Robinson & John DeBerry - Keep A Talkin' / You Better Be Goin' ‎(7", Promo) Uni Records 55198 US 1970
55198 The New World Soul Choir Featuring Sheila Robinson & John DeBerry The New World Soul Choir Featuring Sheila Robinson & John DeBerry - Keep A Talkin' / You Better Be Goin' ‎(7", Single, Promo) Uni Records 55198 US 1970


The New World Soul Choir Featuring Sheila Robinson & John DeBerry - Keep A Talkin' / You Better Be Goin' FLAC album
Performer:
The New World Soul Choir
Title:
Keep A Talkin' / You Better Be Goin'
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FLAC size:
1334 mb
MP3 size:
1693 mb
WMA size:
1757 mb
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Style:
Gospel, Soul
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4.5
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