Nappy Brown - I Cried Like A Baby / So Deep album
Title: I Cried Like A Baby / So Deep
Style: Rhythm & Blues
Date of release: 1959
Size MP3: 1159 mb
Size FLAC: 1557 mb
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I Cried Like A Baby (as David) Nappy Brown - I Cried Like A Baby, So Deep (Single). Sonny Stitt With Don Patterson. Mama Don't Allow Sonny Stitt With Don Patterson - Shangri-La (Album).
Nappy Brown - cried Like A Baby. Top Songs By Nappy Brown. 2. Piddily Patter, Patter (My Heart Goes).
1547 Nappy Brown - I Cried Like A Baby, Skiddy Woe. Reunald Jones, trumpet; Jimmy Cleveland, trombone; Sam Taylor, tenor sax; Budd Johnson, baritone sax; Fred Johnson, piano; Leonard Gaskin, bass; Panama Francis, drums; Nappy Brown, vocals; Leroy Kirkland, arranger, director. NYC, February 1, 1956. Skiddy Woe. Sam Price, piano; Nappy Brown, vocals; Kelly Owens Orchestra. NYC, October 1, 1956.
As I look back on a love so sweet now I cry like a baby Every road is a lonely street I cry like a baby I know now that you're not a play thing Not a toy, or a puppet on a string. Today we passed on a street And you just walked on by My heart just fell to my feet And once again I began to cry. When I think about the good love you gave me I cry like a baby Living without you is driving me crazy I cry like a baby
Cry Like a Baby is a 1968 album by the Box Tops. The title song was released as a single and reached in April 1968 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, a position which it held for two weeks. It was kept out of the top spot by Bobby Goldsboro's "Honey". The original vinyl album concludes with a slow version of the "You Keep Me Hangin' On", which was a hit for The Supremes in the fall of 1966.
Thank U, Next, the album she wrote and recorded in a two-week fever dream the previous October, contained the most wrenchingly personal songs in her canon, and she was about to embark on a tour of at least 40 cities, where night after night she had to sing her way through a succession of private horrors. We are sitting in the home studio of Tommy Brown, Grande’s close friend and a producer on Thank U, Next, at the end of a noiseless cul-de-sac in Northridge, in the San Fernando Valley. I imagined we would visit this and other delicate topics somewhere deep in our discussion, but grief creates a conversational black hole, drawing all particles to it.
|I Cried Like A Baby|
|45-1575||Nappy Brown||I Cried Like A Baby / So Deep (7", Single)||Savoy Records||45-1575||US||1959|
|1575||Nappy Brown||I Cried Like A Baby / So Deep (7", Single)||Savoy Records||1575||US||1959|
|45-1575||Nappy Brown||I Cried Like A Baby / So Deep (7", Single)||Savoy Records||45-1575||US||Unknown|