Sugar Mama - P.J. Proby - Three Week Hero (Vinyl, LP, Album)


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  1. P.J. Proby - Sugar mama. It was a cruel joke. booksmoworlgipunkfortsanlentvalidithe.coinfo had his run of hits and had wrecked his career by ripping his velvet trousers, perhaps deliberately, on stage. By , he was reaching the end of his fiveyear contract with Liberty Records and the new album was called 'Three Week Hero'.
  2. "Sugar Mama Blues No. 2", recorded March 23, , has some different lyrics (although recorded first, it was released later, hence "No. 2"). Sonny Boy Williamson I song. John Lee "Sonny Boy" Williamson, sometimes identified as the composer of "Sugar Mama", first recorded the song three years after Tampa Red. The recording took place during his first session for Bluebird Records on May 5,
  3. P.J. Proby, born James Marcus Smith on 6 November , is a singer, songwriter, and actor noted for his voice and his theatrical portrayals of Elvis Presley, plus interpretations of modern standards in the vein of Tom booksmoworlgipunkfortsanlentvalidithe.coinfo , he used the name Jett booksmoworlgipunkfortsanlentvalidithe.coinfo stage name P.J. Proby was suggested to him by a friend named Sharon Sheeley (Eddie Cochran's girlfriend) who remembered the.
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  5. Sugar Mama Lyrics: Sugar mama, sugar mama, sugar mama please come back to me / Sugar mama, sugar mama, sugar mama please come back to me / Bring me my granulated sugar, sugar mama, sugar mama ease my.
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  7. Sep 17,  · The resulting LP, ’s Three Week Hero, mixed country-tinged ballads and the blues, and is probably Proby’s best LP because he largely abandoned his orotund vocal histrionics and sang ‘em straight like a country boy.
  8. Dec 23,  · Three Week Hero is an album Recorded September at Olympic Studios, London, released by rock singer P. J. Proby on 8 April , by Liberty Records. The album contains a mixture of dramatic pop, blues, rock, and country style songs, a departure from Proby's trademark pop sound of the s.4/5(10).

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