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Billy Joe Royal - Mountain Woman mp3 album

  • Performer: Billy Joe Royal
  • Title: Mountain Woman
  • Genre: Rock / Pop / World, Country / Stage
  • Formats: MOD APE WAV AHX FLAC TTA AC3
  • Released: 1973
  • Style: Pop Rock
  • MP3 album: 1881 mb
  • FLAC album: 1211 mb
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 940
Billy Joe Royal - Mountain Woman mp3 album

Billy Joe Royal (April 3, 1942 – October 6, 2015) was an American pop and country singer. His most successful record was "Down in the Boondocks" in 1965. Born in Valdosta, Georgia to Clarence Royal and Mary Sue Smith, and raised in Marietta, Georgia, Royal performed at the Georgia Jubilee in Atlanta during his teens.

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Billy Joe Royal singles chronology. These Are Not My People" (1967). Storybook Children" (1968). Billy Joe Royal version. The chorus begins "Hush, hush, I thought I heard her calling my name", which is a takeoff from the traditional gospel song lyrics "Hush, hush, somebody's calling my name". Others are "Kentucky Woman", originally from the album The Book of Taliesyn from 1968; "Mandrake Root" from the same album that originally featured "Hush"; and "Bird Has Flown" from the album Deep Purple, or Deep Purple III, released in 1969. Somebody's Image recorded a version that was a minor hit in Australia in 1967. The Partridge Family performed a version on their TV series, with David Cassidy on vocals. Milli Vanilli recorded a version on their debut album All or Nothing in 1988.

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Billy Joe Royal version. The chorus begins "Hush, hush, I thought I heard her calling my name", which is a takeoff from the traditional gospel song lyrics "Hush, hush, somebody's calling my name" Session musician Barry Bailey, who later became the lead guitarist for the Atlanta Rhythm Section, plays guitar on the track. The song was subsequently recorded by British hard rock band Deep Purple for their 1968 debut album Shades of Deep Purple The track became the group's first hit single peaking at number 4 on the Hot 100 on 21–28 September 1968 and number 2 in Canada while going largely unnoticed in the United Kingdom A live, US-televised version of "Hush". appeared as a bonus track on the 2000 CD-reissue of the Shades of Deep Purple album.

Wow, this self-titled 1980 album, BILLY JOE ROYAL is filled with an astonishingly great mix of rock, R&B, country, adult contemporary and starts off with a big surprise with the rock song FEVER BLIND. It's got a solid rock sound with guitars and strong female backing vocals. It was a new decade, and the diversity of the material on this album makes this one of his most pleasing albums to listen to. BE A FOOL WITH ME is next, and it's another great one. SLOWLY is one of the best songs on here. Think of a cross between SLOW HAND and SLOW DANCIN' { SWAYIN' TO THE MUSIC.

Tracklist

A Mountain Woman 4:10
B This Magic Moment 2:45


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