Hugh McCracken With The Funatics - You Blow My Mind / Buzz In My Head mp3 album
Hugh played as session man with many artists including : Aretha Franklin, Paul Simon, Roberta Flack, Paul and Linda McCartney, John Lennon, Van Morrison, Neil Diamond, B. B. King, Billy Joel, Kenny Loggins, Steely Dan, Bob Dylan, Lou Donaldson, Jimmy Rushing, Andrés Calamaro. ループで: Chuck Bené And The Mice, Mike Mainieri & Friends, The Leon Thomas Blues Band, The Writers (2), White Elephant.
Hugh McCracken With The Funatics - You Blow My Mind, Buzz In My Head (Single). Hugh McCracken With The Funatics - What I Gotta Do To Satisfy You. 2 versions.
McCracken reconnected with Lennon and Ono for Double Fantasy, the comeback album issued three weeks before Lennon's murder in December 1980. Like Paul, he was extremely intelligent and aware of what he wanted in the studio," said McCracken of the sessions that included "(Just Like) Starting Over", "Woman" and "Watching The Wheels", and several tracks released posthumously on Milk and Honey in 1984. But you'd never find two more diametrically opposed personalities. This enabled him to shine when his mother got him an audition with the saxophone virtuoso King Curtis, who hired him for his 1961 album Trouble In Mind. He took up the stage name Mack Pierce to gig in a cover band called The Funatics, but reverted to his real name when he released a gritty garage single, "You Blow My Mind", in 1966.
Hugh Carmine McCracken (March 31, 1942 – March 28, 2013) was an American rock guitarist and session musician based in New York City, primarily known for his performance on guitar and also as a harmonica player. McCracken was additionally an arranger and producer. Born in Glen Ridge, New Jersey, McCracken grew up in Hackensack, New Jersey.
Hugh C. McCracken (March 31, 1942 – March 28, 2013) was an American rock guitarist and session musician based in New York City, primarily known for his performance on guitar and also as a harmonica player. In the middle 1960s, McCracken played in a North Jersey night club cover band called The Funatics under the stage name of Mack Pierce. The band became Mario & The Funatics for a short time when it merged with saxophonist Mario Madison.
Because you blow my mind Because you blow my mind And the way you're talking baby you're so cool I'll do anything for yo. .Hey baby ravish me, love me till it hurts Don't you dare to leave, button down my skirt Kiss me quick I'm about to burst, patience ain't my thing And you're the reason that I sing Unbelievable, ooo it's such a rush So incredible, boy you make me blush Just keep doing it, throw me into space.
In My Head is the sixth studio album by American band Black Flag. It was released in 1985 on SST Records, and was their final studio album before their breakup in 1986
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- Written-By – Hugh McCracken
NotesReviewed in Billboard 12/25/65
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