The Four Pennies - Black Girl album
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Black Girl by The Four Pennies tab. One accurate version. No abusive ads. Recommended by The Wall Street Journal. Black Girl The Four Pennies Traditional song; released as a single with "You Went Away" as the B-side.
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The Four Pennies were a 1960s English pop group. They were the most important UK group not to chart in America during the 1960s British Invasion, since "Juliet" was the only 1964 by a UK group not to chart in America. Band members: Lionel Morton (vocalist/rhythm guitarist) Fritz Fryer (lead guitarist) Alan Buck (drummer) Mike Wilsh (backing vocalist). 2 Sides Of 4 Pennies (LP, Album).
Black girl, black girl, tell me no lies Where did you sleep last night In the pines, in the pines, Where the sun never shines She shiver, the whole night through. Her husband was a railroad man Killed at the driving wheel She found his body all crushed & torn Under the twisted steel. It caused her to weep, it caused her to moan It caused her to lose her mind When she thought of how she lost her man, So brave, so gentle & kind. Now she wonders alone beneath the trees, And is happy to mourn her man And the cold wind blows to chill her bones And sea mist hangs over her head
Four Pennies, The Related artists. The World Of The Four Pennies. 03. Keep The Freeway Open. 04. I Found Out The Hard Way. 05. Tell Me Girl. 06. Till Another Day. 07. If You Love Me.
Template:Infobox musical artist. The Four Pennies were an English, 1960s pop group, most notable for their 1964 UK chart-topping song "Juliet". The Four Pennies were probably the most commercially successful UK vocal/instrumental group that failed to chart in the United States, during the so-called British Invasion.
Juliet" is a pop song made famous by the band The Four Pennies. The track was recorded in 1964. The tune had been written by Mike Wilshaw and he and Lionel Morton and Fritz Fryer developed it into a song, named after Fryer's 2 year old niece. It was performed by the band in 1963 as their winning entry in a talent contest, leading to a recording session for Philips Records.
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Written-By – H. Ledbetter*
|B||You Went Away
Written-By – F. Fryer*, M. Deighan*
- Lacquer Cut At – A/S Radio Industri
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Notes3-prong push-out centre. Picture sleeve.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (ROG A): 326674 1F 710
- Matrix / Runout (ROG B): 326674 2F 710
- Rights Society: NCB
|BF 1366||The Four Pennies||Black Girl (7", Single, Mono)||Philips||BF 1366||UK||1964|