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Baby Huey - The Baby Huey Story album

Baby Huey - The Baby Huey Story album Performer: Baby Huey
Title: The Baby Huey Story
Size MP3: 1376 mb
Size FLAC: 1108 mb
Rating: 4.4
Format: VOC XM ADX MP1 AA DXD MIDI

The Baby Huey Story: The Living Legend is the only album of Baby Huey that has been released to date. It was put together and released in 1971 after his death. The title refers to the "legend" of Baby Huey that survives after his death. Baby Huey was in the midst of recording tracks for his debut album when he died as a result of a heart attack in 1970.

James Ramey (August 17, 1944 – October 28, 1970), better known as Baby Huey, was an American rock and soul singer. He was the frontman for the band Baby Huey & the Babysitters, whose sole LP for Curtom Records in 1971 was influential in the development of hip hop music. A native of Richmond, Indiana, James was the son of Robert and Ernestine Ramey. He moved to Chicago, Illinois at the age of nineteen, and worked with several local bands as a singer.

Baby Huey's only album, released after his untimely death, is titled The Living Legend with good reason. Beyond his unusual appearance, though, he was graced with a stunning, fierce voice on par with Otis Redding and Howard Tate, wailing and howling one moment and oddly tender and sentimental.

Gatefold sleeve is a facsimile of the original. Published by Camad Music-BMI, except: A3 published by Kags Music-BMI; and B3 published by Wingate Music-ASCAP. BIEM/STEMRA is printed in the text around the label rims.

Artist: Baby Huey Album: The Baby Huey Story Genre: Funk, Soul Origin: USA Released: 1999 Quality: mp3, 320 kbps Tracklist: Listen To Me (6:40). Mama Get Yourself Together (6:12). A Change Is Gonna Come (9:25). Mighty Mighty Children (Aka Mighty, Mighty Children Part 2) (2:47). California Dreamin' (4:47).

I came across this album from James T. Ramey, aka Baby Huey, due to digging into the Curtis Mayfield discography and finding that he had produced this sole album by the Chicago soul heavyweight ( cough ). It’s heavy deep soul that does not disappoint for a single moment. The last track here is a bonus track tagged on to the original album, and is pretty disposable. In fact this is also the best-sounding reissue I have yet heard from that label, whose remasters often sound a little.

It was put together and released in 1971 after his death. A quarter century after its release, The Baby Huey Story went on to become a cult classic among soul musicians and hip-hop fans. Its single "Hard Times" in particular has been sampled many times, by artists such as Ice Cube, A Tribe Called Quest, and Ghostface Killah, and was covered by John Legend & The Roots. Tracklist: 01. Listen to Me 02.

Features Song Lyrics for Baby Huey feat. The Baby Sitters's The Baby Huey Story: The Living Legend album.

Album The Baby Huey Story: The Living Legend. Ah, come on Time to get on up now Hi Do it one more time I need a little I need a little help from some of my friends now Oh, Yes I do Say Oh, do it again Hey, Listen to me Hear what I say The band knows a way Haaaaaa Do it again Have you had agreed You know what