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The Rooftop Singers - Camina Derechito (Walk Right In) Album

The Rooftop Singers - Camina Derechito (Walk Right In) Album

  • Performer: The Rooftop Singers
  • Genre: Rock / Folk
  • Title: Camina Derechito (Walk Right In)
  • Released: 1964
  • Style: Folk Rock
  • Label: Gamma , Vanguard
  • Catalog: GX 07-018
  • Country: Mexico
  • MP3 version size: 1487 mb
  • FLAC version size: 2976 mb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 850

Tracklist

1Agua Al Tiempo (Cool Water)
Written-By – Bob Nolan
2No Quiere Decir Nada (It Don't Mean A Thing)
Written-By – Duke Ellington, Irving Mills
3Camina Derechito (Walk Right In)
Adapted By – Erik Darling, Bill SvanoeWritten-By – Gus Cannon, Hosea Woods
4Mama No Me Deja (Mama Don't Allow)
Written-By – Erik Darling, Lynne Taylor, Bill Svanoe

Credits

  • Guitar [12-string]Erik Darling, Bill Svanoe
  • VocalsErik Darling, Lynne Taylor, Bill Svanoe

Notes

PICTURE SLEEVE EP PRINTED ALL IN SPANISH

-Songs titles PRINTED in spanish & english (on labels)

-SUNG IN ENGLISH

Album

Walk Right In - The Rooftop Singers. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. SPECIAL REQUEST Walk Right In written by Gus Cannon in 1929 was recorded by folk trio, The Rooftop Singers, in 1962 for Vanguard Records. Released it as right in, sit right down Baby, let your hair hang down Walk right in, sit right down Baby, let your hair hang down. Everybody's talkin' 'bout a new way of walkin' Do you want to lose your mind Walk right in, sit right down Baby, let your hair hang down. Walk right in, sit right down Daddy, let your mind roll on Walk right in, sit right down Daddy, let your mind roll on. Everybody's talkin' 'bout a new way of walkin' Do you want to lose your mind Walk right in, sit right down Daddy, let your mind roll on Daddy, let your mind roll on. The album containing this song was also called Walk Right In and was nominated for a Grammy Award in the category Best Folk Recording. The group differed markedly from The Weavers and most of the popular folk trios of the era, being far more influenced by blues and jazz, as well as less profoundly earnest in its political sensibilities. Patricia Street replaced Stuart shortly before the Rooftop Singers formally disbanded in 1967. Darling and Street continued working as a duo into the early seventies, recording the album The Possible Dream for Vanguard. Watch the video for Walk Right In from The Rooftop Singers's Forrest Gump - The Soundtrack for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. It was reissued in 1959 as a track on an album entitled The Country Blues. The success of the song was a boon to Cannon, who was in his late 70s read more. Walk Right In. This song is by The Rooftop Singers and appearsWalk Right In. This song is by The Rooftop Singers and appears on the album Walk Right In 1962. on the compilation Troubadours of the Folk Era, Volume Three: The Groups 1992. on the movie soundtrack Forrest Gump 1994. This song is a cover of Walk Right In by Cannon's Jug Stompers. Walk right in, sit right downDaddy, let your mind roll onWalk right in, sit right downDaddy, let your mind roll on. The Rooftop Singers were an American progressive folk-singing trio in the early 1960s, best known for the hit Walk Right In. The group was composed of Erik Darling and Bill Svanoe vocals, guitar with former jazz singer Lynne Taylor vocals. Darling put the group together in June 1962, specifically to record an updated and uptempo version of a 1929 Gus Cannon folk blues song, Walk Right In. The trio recorded the song for Vanguard Records, with updated lyrics and an arrangement featuring paired. Walk Right In 1962. Album by The Rooftop Singers. was sampled in. Sexy Sadie by Max Romeo 1973. is a cover of. Walk Right In by Cannon's Jug Stompers 1929. was covered in. Opary by Lucie Bílá 2004. At 2 was Walk Right In by the Rooftop Singers it was in its 2nd week at 2 And at 3 was Walk Like A Man by the Four Seasons it was up from 6. The 1 record was Hey Paula by Paul and Paula. Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn January 20th 1963, Walk Right In by the Rooftop Singers peaked at 1 for 2 weeks. The Third Day frontman talks about some of the classic songs he wrote with the band, and what changed for his solo country album. The Def Leppard frontman talks about their lamentable hit he never thought of as a single, and why he's juiced by his Mott The Hoople cover band