Johnny Bond - Ten Little Bottles mp3 album
Background information. The hundreds of songs that Bond wrote include "Cimarron", "Ten Little Bottles" and "Hot Rod Lincoln". He and Ritter formed Vidor Publications, a music publishing firm
Johnny Bond - 10 Little Bottles (Starday 704). Hot Rod Lincoln - Johnny Bond. Top Songs By Johnny Bond. 03. Ten Little Bottles. 04. Sick, Sober And Sorry. Lefty Frizzell & Johnny Bond. A friend of mine gave me ten little bottles Of some special stuff that he brewed up his-self So I took it and hid it down in my basement But my wife found out about it and she told me to get rid of it or else And since I didn't like the way she said or else I went down. there and proceeded to carry out her instructions I sat the ten little bottles on the drainboard Picked up the first bottle, pulled the cork out of it And pored it down the sink That is, um, all except one little swallow - which I drank I picked up the next bottle and I pulled the cork out of it And poured it down.
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Album · 2001 · 31 Songs. Ten Little Bottles and 15 Other Starday Recordings. Songs That Made Him Famous. The Best Of Johnny Bond. See All. Songs of the Silver Screen. The Essential Gene Autry.
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Whether this 17-song compilation represents the very best of Johnny Bond is an arguable point, since it only includes material from 1955-1974, and none of his big hits from the late 1940s and early 1950s. For the period it covers, it does a decent job, emphasizing the rockabilly-tinged material he did in the late 1950s and early 1960s (particularly "Hot Rod Lincoln," which opens up the collection). There are some less distinguished, more mainstream country efforts from the 1960s and early 1970s, including his tacky smash "Ten Little Bottles.
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|A||Ten Little Bottles
Written-By – J. Bond*
|B||Hot Rod Lincoln
Written-By – C. Ryan*, W.S. Stevenson
- Recorded At – Starday Studio
- Manufactured By – Gusto Records, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Gusto Records, Inc.
- Published By – Four Star Music
- Published By – Red River Songs
NotesRecorded in 1960.
©1979 Gusto Records Inc., Nashville, TN.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: BMI
- Matrix / Runout (Label side A): GT4-2039 (SG-111-A)
- Matrix / Runout (Label side B): GT4-2039 (SG-111-B)
- Matrix / Runout (Run-out area side A [Etched]): SG-111-A GRT b
- Matrix / Runout (Run-out area side B [Etched]): SG-111-B GRT b
|SG-111||Johnny Bond||Ten Little Bottles (7", Single)||Starday Records||SG-111||US||1975|
|45-8026||Johnny Bond||Hot Rod Lincoln / Ten Little Bottles (7", Single)||Starday Records||45-8026||US||Unknown|
|GT4-2039||Johnny Bond||Ten Little Bottles (7")||Gusto Records||GT4-2039||US||Unknown|
|GT4-2039||Johnny Bond||Ten Little Bottles (7", Single)||King Records||GT4-2039||US||Unknown|
|45-8026||Johnny Bond||Ten Little Bottles (7", Single)||Starday Records||45-8026||US||Unknown|