|Performer:||Willie And The Poor Boys|
|Title:||Willie And The Poor Boys|
|Category:||Rock / Blues|
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Willy and the Poor Boys is the fourth studio album American rock band Creedence Clearwater Revival, released by Fantasy Records in November 1969, and was the last of three studio albums that the band released in that year. The album was remastered and reissued on 180 Gram Vinyl by Analogue Productions in 2006. The album features the songs "Down on the Corner", from which the album got its name, and "Fortunate Son", which is a well known protest song.
Willie and the Poor Boys is the eponymous debut studio album of British blues rock band Willie and the Poor Boys. The album was recorded within two weeks in November 1984, and one week in early January 1985 at the Sol, Cookham, Berkshire, and released on Decca Records on 25 April 1985 in the United Kingdom, and Passport Records on 22 April 1985, in the United States.
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Bill Wyman, Willie & The Poor Boys, Willie And The Poor Boys. Tracks count: 5. Views: 11. Bill Wyman, Willie And The Poor Boys - You Never Can Tell 03:54.
P) & (C) 1985 Ripple Records Ltd. Over the last decade or so, Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings have established themselves as probably the former Stone's most satisfying extracurricular project, with a host of good friends and famous names coming together to cover pretty much every musical base close to the bassist's heart. The pivotal involvement of Bill Wyman and Charlie Watts was down to Glyn Johns, who, in addition to producing various Stones classics, had been friendly with Bill since the mid-60s, when they had formed their own publishing company as well as co-managing Pop group The End.
|1||Baby Please Don't Go
Written-By – J. Williams*
|2||Can You Hear Me
Written-By – A. Toussaint*
|2||These Arms Of Mine
Written-By – O. Redding*
|4||Revenue Man (White Lightening)
Written-By – J.P. Richardson
|5||You Never Can Tell
Written-By – C. Berry*
|6||Slippin' And Slidin'
Written-By – Collins*, Bocage*, Smith*, Penniman*
Written-By – R. Brown*
|8||Let's Talk It Over
Written-By – Hudson Whittaker
|9||All Night Long
Written-By – C. Chenier*
|10||Chicken Shack Boogie
Written-By – A. Milburn*, L. Cullum*
Written-By – E. Shuler*
|12||Poor Boy Boogie
Written-By – A. Fairweather Low*, B. Wyman*
|PB 6047||Willie And The Poor Boys||Willie And The Poor Boys (LP, Album)||Passport Records||PB 6047||Canada||1985|
|824 606-1||Willie And The Poor Boys||Willie And The Poor Boys (LP, Album)||Ripple Records||824 606-1||France||1985|
|PBC 6047||Willie And The Poor Boys||Willie And The Poor Boys (Cass, Dol)||Passport Records||PBC 6047||US||1985|
|824 606-1||Willie And The Poor Boys||Willie And The Poor Boys (LP, Album)||Mercury, Ripple Records||824 606-1||Finland||1985|
|BILL 1, 824 606-1||Willie And The Poor Boys||Willie And The Poor Boys (LP, Album)||Decca, Ripple Records||BILL 1, 824 606-1||UK||1985|