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Jimmy Ricks And His Rickateers With Sid Bass Orch. - She's Fine-She's Mine / The Unbeliever album download

Jimmy Ricks And His Rickateers With Sid Bass Orch. - She's Fine-She's Mine / The Unbeliever album download
Performer: Jimmy Ricks And His Rickateers
Title: She's Fine-She's Mine / The Unbeliever
Genre: Soul / Funk / Blues
Style:Rhythm & Blues
Released: 1956
MP3 album szie: 1837 mb
FLAC album size: 1846 mb

Sid Richardson Bass (born April 9, 1942) is an American billionaire investor and philanthropist. Sid Richardson Bass was born on April 9, 1942. His father, Perry Richardson Bass (died 2006), built an oil fortune with uncle, Sid W. Richardson. He graduated from Yale University in 1965, and also has a degree from the Stanford Business School. Bass took control of the family business in 1968.

She's Fine, She's Mine - RICKS, Jimmy & RICKATEERS (2:47) 11. Take Me Back To Heaven - DOMINOES (faster + unrel. I'll Always Be In Love With You - RAVENS (2:16) 18. The Unbeliever - RICKS, Jimmy & THE RICKATEERS (2:47) 19. Take Me Back To Heaven - DOMINOES (unrel.

Ricky Ricks aka Jimmy Ricks leads us off into what seems like a lazy blues number. And then, the horns blast, the tempo increases and the rhythm carries us into Northern territory. Cut in 1966 on one of Don Robey’s many Houston labels. One week to go to the 78 RPM ERA night on Fri 9th November at Lavaklubi, 21-02! Expect to hear . this Jimmy Ricks tune "She's Fine - She's Mine" on Josie 78 from 1956.

Listen online to Jimmy Ricks - She's Funny That Way and see which albums it appears on. Scrobble songs and get recommendations on other tracks and artists. 27 Feb 2013 · 29 tracks. The One and Only, Vol. 2. Jimmy Ricks. 4 May 2008 · 13 tracks.

Take Her, She's Mine is a 1963 American comedy film starring James Stewart and Sandra Dee based on the 1961 Broadway comedy written by Henry Ephron and Phoebe Ephron. The film was directed by Henry Koster with a screenplay by Nunnally Johnson. It also features an early film score by prolific composer Jerry Goldsmith. The character of Mollie, played by Elizabeth Ashley on Broadway and in the film by Sandra Dee, was based on the then 22-year-old Nora Ephron

Her heartless friends are on the floor She loves to dance and fall asleep alone Wanna love her now, wanna love her now I wanna make her be my girl baby. She's crazy, but she's mine. She's dancing every night, singing sha-la-la-la-la Crazy, but she's mine. Damn I lose my mind She's dancing every night, singing sha-la-la-la-la.

On She’s Mine Pt. 1, Cole raps from the POV of his late friend James McMillan Jr. While the narrative focuses primarily on McMillan, Cole draws inspiration from his own experiences and parallels McMillan’s story to his upbringing in Fayetteville. The back-and-forth voices in the outro seem to be Cole’s way of intertwining his and James' stories about finding love. Who is this song written about? J. Cole wrote this song about his wife, Melissa Heholt, whom he married in 2015. Prior to their marriage, they’d been partners for a decade, meeting at college.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A She's Fine-She's Mine
Written By – Shaw, Small
2:41
B The Unbeliever
Written-By – Menzies*, Kulma*
2:40

Credits

  • Bass Vocals – Jimmy Ricks

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): 45-JOZ-079
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): 45-JOZ-082
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout Variant): JOZ-079-45
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout Variant): JOZ-082-45