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Georgia Gibbs Red Hot 1944-1952

Artikel-Nr.: CDSEPIA1016

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Georgia Gibbs: Red Hot 1944-1952

(2003/SEPIA) 25 tracks


Gibbs, Georgia - Red Hot 1944-1952 CD 1
1: In Acapulco
2: The More I See You
3: The Trolly Song
4: Wish You Were Waiting For Me
5: Fool That I Am
6: If I Knew You Were Comin' I'd've Baked A Cake
7: Stay With The Happy People
8: I Don't Care If The Sun Don't Shine
9: I'll Get Myself A Choo Choo Train
10: Simple Melody
11: A Little Bit Independent
12: Red Hot Mama
13: A-Razz-A-Tazz
14: Then I'll Be Happy
15: I'll Know
16: If I Were A Bell
17: Looks Like A Cold Cold Winter
18: Ballin' The Jack
19: Once Upon A Nickel
20: Shoo Shoo Baby
21: Cherry Pink And Apple Blossom White
22: Got Him Off My Hands
23: Sinner Or Saint
24: A Moth And A Flame
25: The Photograph On The Piano


Artikeleigenschaften von Georgia Gibbs: Red Hot 1944-1952

  • Interpret: Georgia Gibbs

  • Albumtitel: Red Hot 1944-1952

  • Artikelart CD

  • Genre Pop

  • Music Genre Pop
  • Music Style Pop Vocal
  • Music Sub-Genre 281 Pop Vocal
  • Label SEPIA

  • SubGenre Pop - Vocal Pop

  • EAN: 5055122110163

  • Gewicht in Kg: 0.100

Interpreten-Beschreibung "Gibbs, Georgia"

Georgia Gibbs

Great Balls Of Fire

If you want to enjoy this record, the trick is not to think of it as a Jerry Lee Lewis cover record. I mean, who in their right mind would cover Jerry Lee, the ultimate stylist? Just pretend that this Jack Hammer/Otis Blackwell song had found its way to RCA Records in the Fall of 1957 and that whoever was handling A&R for the label said, “Let's give this one to Georgia!”

That changes things. Now suddenly she is creating an original that sounds like this. Some 60 years later might we be praising Georgia Gibbs and how she could rock? There are enough differences between this version and Jerry Lee's original for us to at least consider that thought. The solos here are strictly guitar work (nobody went near Jerry Lee's pounding piano). Billy Mure, a considerable talent, cut loose on the double-length guitar break. And it's worth keeping in mind that the session was produced by rock 'n' roll pioneers Jerry Leiber & Mike Stoller.


Nevertheless, it's easy to criticize recordings like this. What are you going to say? Georgia's vocal is mannered and squeaky? Sure it is. You think she's on her own? You want mannered and squeaky? Go listen to Ruth Brown. Better yet, go listen to Buddy Holly if you want a few hiccups. This is what early rock 'n' roll sounded like.

So what are we worried about? Did kids whose tastes were emerging really walk into their neighborhood record stores and decide to buy Georgia's cover disc on RCA instead of Jerry Lee Lewis's Sun original, thereby warping their tastes in music forever? We know that didn't happen a lot. Well-worn copies of Georgia's cover version don't turn up at many yard sales these days. She died in 2006 at age 87, so she's not out there on the road or doing HBO specials singing Great Balls Of Fire. As of this writing, Jerry Lee Lewis still is. The choice between original and cover may have been a bit fuzzy back in 1957 but at this point history seems to have spoken. There's not much to worry about.

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