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Sandy Gurley And The San Francisco Bridge - Handful / I Got A Man In The 'Bama Mines Album

Sandy Gurley And The San Francisco Bridge - Handful / I Got A Man In The 'Bama Mines Album

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Interprète: Sandy Gurley And The San Francisco Bridge
Titre: Handful / I Got A Man In The 'Bama Mines
Pays: US
Publié sur: 1968
Category: Pop
Classement: 4.8
Catalogue #: 448
Label: Tower

Tracklist

1I Got A Man In The 'Bama Mines
Arranged By – Larry Goldberg, R. Geddes
2:34
2Handful
Arranged By – Ralph GeddesWritten-By – Gary Thorp
3:05


Crédits

  • ProducerLarry Goldberg, Leo de Kulka


Notes

From Tower Album #5135 "Sandy Gurley and The San Francisco Bridge".


Codes-barres

  • Rights Society (Side A): BMI
  • Rights Society (Side B): ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (Label, Side A): 45-62218
  • Matrix / Runout (Label, Side B): 45-62225


Entreprises

  • Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
  • Published By – Wheatshaw Music
  • Published By – Edwin H. Morris & Co., Inc.


Album

I Got A Man In The Bama Mines. 2: recording taken from the 1994 album The Spivey Sisters:Sweet Pease & The Zazu Girl CD Austria. Tuba Skinny Magnolia Stroll, Junco Partner, Got a Man in the 'Bama Mines - SLO CA 24 Oct 2019 - Продолжительность: 16:36 Eric Alan Isaacson 10 : Pop Album: Handful, I Got A Man In The 'Bama Mines Country: US Released: 1968 MP3 version RAR size: 1570 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1196 mb WMA version RAR size: 1962 mb Rating: 4. 6 Votes: 226 Other Formats: AA AA APE VOX AUD TTA AC3. Handful Arranged. From Tower Album 5135 Sandy Gurley and The San Francisco Bridge. Barcode and Other Identifiers. Rights Society Side A: BMI Rights Society Side B: ASCAP Matrix, Runout Label, Side A: 45-62218 Matrix, Runout Label, Side B: 45-62225. Текст песни: Knight Lord Radio, held back by the Bay Bridge faded, Trying to find Smileys house, thank G-d we made it Yo, blunts, broads and beats, keepinlow through the streets And niggas givinus pounds cause of just look for the San Francisco Giants baseball cap. The hat is not a fairweather-fan affectation or a fashion accessory for the 28-year-old filmmaker - its as much a part of his wardrobe as his oversized denim jacket or old-school sneakers. Once they got the story into workable shape, they started casting. They saw dozens of actors for the part of Montgomery, Fails slightly cracked playwright buddy and his co-conspirator in illegally occupying the old homestead - guys they describe as dudes with chiseled physiques whod put on Coke-bottle glasses and then go, Hey, look, Im weird No, dude. No, youre not. San Francisco has always been a city with a short memory, but Joe Talbot's staggeringly confident debut is going to be very hard to forget. The story goes that his grandfather, the self-proclaimed first black man in San Francisco, built the place with his own two hands in 1946. But the Fails couldnt afford to keep it Jimmie, like so many people in the city, was forced to move on before he was ready. He spent time in a group home before resettling somewhere even less desirable, but he doesnt like to talk about that. The history of black San Francisco is folded in here as well, directly and otherwise. The movie opens opposite the grandfathers house with a girl looking up at a man in a hazmat suit. She soon skips out of the story, and while there are other references to pollution, you need to dig on your own to know more about the neighborhood, Bayview-Hunters Point, which sits on a peninsula in the San Francisco Bay. Last Black Man belongs to a handful of recent Bay Area movies about the African-American experience that includes Blindspotting and Sorry to Bother You, both set in Oakland. The Last Black Man in San Francisco is a 2019 American drama film. Its plot centers on the efforts of a young Black man to reclaim his childhood home, a now-expensive Victorian house in a gentrified neighborhood of San Francisco. The film is the feature debut of director and producer Joe Talbot. Talbot wrote the screenplay with Rob Richert and the story with Jimmie Fails, on whose life the film is partly based. The movie stars Fails, Jonathan Majors, Tichina Arnold, Rob Morgan, Mike Epps, Finn. San Francisco's Train hit the charts with a bang early in the 21st century with hits like Calling All Angels and Drops of Jupiter. Save Me, San Francisco is a focused record, centering around the theme of a wandering young rocker who falls in love and wants to settle down. I Got You samples the Doobie Brothers' Black Water as an intro, and then further uses its chorus with a faux-reggae backbeat. It's a high-gloss, big-production pop number. But that movie got into the San Francisco International Film Festival, in the youth portion, and I think for us, that was the first time we were like, Oh, maybe we can actually do this So since, I think weve been working on stuff, and this was obviously the most personal for Jimmie and for me, being a native San Franciscan. How close is this to your narrative Fails: Pretty close. I think some of the people that make San Francisco great are the people that arrived there because they felt like freaks elsewhere. They came to find themselves, or their people. Fails: Yeah, I think thats a big problem with change too