In the Summertime is a 1970 album recorded by Mungo Jerry. It contains their biggest hit, "In the Summertime" and its B-side, "Mighty Man". Also included are the country hits, "San Francisco Bay Blues", recorded in 1954 by Jesse Fuller, Arthur Gunter's "Baby Let's Play House", also from 1954 and Woody Guthrie's "Dust Pneumonia Blues" which also appeared on the B-side of "In the Summertime".
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Исполнитель: Mungo Jerry. chh-chh, uh Chh chh-chh In the summertime when the weather is hot You can stretch right up and touch the sky When the weather's fine You got women, you got women on your mind Have a drink, have a drive Go out and see what you can find If her daddy's rich take her out for a meal If. her daddy's poor just do what you feel Speed along the lane Do a ton or a ton an' twenty-five When the sun goes down You can make it, make it good in a lay-by We're no threat, people We're not dirty, we're not mean We love everybody but we do as we please When the.
In the UK, the group's first album was called Mungo Jerry, and did not include this song. Mungo Jerry never again charted in the US, but fared very well in the UK, where the following year "Baby Jump" went to and "Lady Rose" made The group scored five more Top 40 UK hits by 1974. They have since been sporadically active under Ray Dorset's guidance with a number of different lineups. The one week it was at the record was "War" by Edwin Starr and at was "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" by Diana Ross (two Motown acts).
In the summertime when the weather is hot You can stretch right up and touch the sky When the weather's fine You got women, you got women on your mind Have a drink, have a drive Go out and see what you can find If her daddy's rich take her out for a meal If her daddy's poor just.
Mungo Jerry is an English folk/classic rock group from Ashford, Englandwhose greatest success was in the early 1970s, though they have continued throughout the years with an ever-changing line-up, always fronted by Ray Dorset. They are remembered above all for their hit "In the Summertime". It remains their most successful and most instantly recognisable song. Their name was inspired by the poem Mungojerrie and Rumpelteazer, from T. S. Eliot's Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats
One of the CD reissue's two bonus tracks, "Tramp," busts up the mood a bit, with its fiddle accompaniment and a decidedly mournful tone, but the other, the hard-driving Howlin' Wolf-style "Mungo's Blues," which offers a tastefully lean Hubert Sumlin-influenced guitar solo, fits in perfectly with the existing album. The transfers are clean and bright, and the annotation is extensive.