Tennessee Ernie Ford - Sixteen Tons album
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Текст песни: Some people say man is made out of mud A poor man’s made out of muscle and blood Muscle and blood and skin and bone A mind that’s a-weak and a back that’s strong.
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Tennessee Ernie Ford. Some people say a man is made out of mud A poor man's made out of muscle and blood Muscle and blood and skin and bones A mind that's weak and a back that's strong. You load sixteen tons, what do you get? Another day older and deeper in debt Saint Peter don't you call me, 'cause I can't go I owe my soul to the company store
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Watch the video for Sixteen Tons from Tennessee Ernie Ford's Country Classics for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Ernest Jennings Ford (February 13, 1919 – October 17, 1991) known professionally as Tennessee Ernie Ford, was an American country and gospel singer and radio and television host. View full artist profile.
Tennessee Ernie Ford recorded "Sixteen Tons" in 1955 as the B-side of his cover of the Moon Mullican standard "You Don't Have to Be a Baby to Cry". With Ford's snapping fingers and a unique clarinet-driven pop arrangement, it quickly became a million seller. It hit Billboard's country music chart in November and held the No. 1 position for ten weeks, then crossed over and held the number 1 position on the pop music chart for eight weeks, besting the competing version by Johnny Desmond. The song has been recorded or performed in concert by a wide variety of musicians: 1955: Sung live by Elvis Presley in his early 1950s concerts, but never recorded
Tennessee Ernie Ford wasn’t the first to record ‘Sixteen Tons’, but he made it his signature song in 1955, and the title track of an album released in 1960. Published on. May 10, 2019. Curiously, Sixteen Tons the album didn’t arrive until 1960, and, even more surprisingly, was not a chart item, even though Ford was in the middle of a ten-year run on TV with his own variety show. Nevertheless, leading off with the title track, it became a vinyl salute to his triumphs of the decade that had just ended. The LP included his earlier country N. s, with ‘Mule Train’ and his own composition ‘The Shot Gun Boogie’. Also included was 1950’s ‘The Cry Of The Wild Goose’, which, like ‘Mule Train’, saw Ford scoring the country hit with a song taken into the pop charts by Frankie Laine
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|A1||–Tennessee Ernie Ford With Orchestra Conducted By Jack Fascinato*||Sixteen Tons||2:34|
|A2||–Tennessee Ernie Ford With Cliffie Stone's Orchestra*||Shot-Gun Boogie||2:33|
|A3||–Tennessee Ernie Ford With The Starlighters And Orchestra*||Bright Lights And Blonde Haired-Women||3:03|
|A4||–Tennessee Ernie Ford With Orchestra*||The Cry Of The Wild Goose||3:12|
|A6||–Tennessee Ernie Ford With Orchestra*||Catfish Boogie||2:18|
|B1||–Tennessee Ernie Ford With Orchestra*||Mule Train||3:04|
|B2||–Tennessee Ernie Ford With Cliffie Stone's Orchestra*||Smoky Mountain Boogie||2:34|
|B3||–Tennessee Ernie Ford||Philadelphia Lawyer||2:21|
|B5||–Tennessee Ernie Ford With Cliffie Stone's Orchestra*||Anticipation Blues||2:07|
|B6||–Tennessee Ernie Ford With Cliffie Stone's Orchestra*||Blackberry Boogie||2:28|
- Conductor – Jack Fascinato (tracks: A1)
- Producer – Lee Gillette
- Written-By – Cliffie Stone (tracks: B2, B4, B5), Eddie Kirk (tracks: A3), Glickman* (tracks: B1), Heath* (tracks: B1), Lange* (tracks: B1), Merle Travis (tracks: A1), Tennessee Ernie* (tracks: A2, A5, B5), Ernest J. Ford* (tracks: A6, B6), Tennessee Ernie Ford (tracks: B2, B4), Terry Gilkyson (tracks: A4), Woody Guthrie (tracks: B3)
|T-1380||Tennessee Ernie Ford||Sixteen Tons (LP, Comp, Cus)||Capitol Records||T-1380||US||1960|
|CDP 7243-8-33833-2-0||Tennessee Ernie Ford||Sixteen Tons (CD, Comp, RE, RM)||Capitol Nashville||CDP 7243-8-33833-2-0||US||1995|
|DT-1380||Tennessee Ernie Ford||Sixteen Tons (LP, Comp)||Capitol Records, Starline||DT-1380||US||1966|
|T 1380||Tennessee Ernie Ford||Sixteen Tons (LP, Comp)||Capitol Records||T 1380||UK||1960|
|T-1380||Tennessee Ernie Ford||Sixteen Tons (LP, Comp)||Capitol Records||T-1380||US||Unknown|