Chris Kenner: The Collection - Land Of 1000 Dances (CD)
Die legendären Sechziger Jahre New Orleans R&B und Soul Aufnahmen für die Labels Instant, Valiant und Uptown! Mit Begleittext von Bill Dahl! Das Land der 1000 Tänze!
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|Kenner, Chris - The Collection - Land Of 1000 Dances (CD) CD 1|
|01||I Like It Like That - Part 1|
|03||A Very True Story|
|04||Come Back And See|
|05||(I Found) Peace|
|06||Something You Got|
|07||Come See About Me|
|08||Gonna Getcha Baby|
|10||Go Thru Life|
|11||What's Wrong With Life|
|12||Never Reach Perfection|
|14||She Can Dance|
|15||Anybody Here Seen My Baby|
|17||Let Me Show You How (To Twist)|
|18||Land Of 1000 Dances|
|19||That's My Girl|
|20||They Took My Money|
|21||The Life Of My Baby|
|22||Get On This Train|
|23||I'm Lonely, Take Me|
Chris Kenner was born on 25 December 1929 in Kenner, Louisiana, a suburb town of New Orleans. He started out as a spiritual singer with the New Orleans Harmonising Four, and it was a marriage of gospel and New Orleans R&B which gave his records such a distinctive flavour.
He hit the big time in 1961 with the novelty-dance tune, 'I Like It Like That', a No. 2 record on the Instant label which was voted `Best Rock'n'Roll Record of 1961'. He followed this with a local hit, 'Something You Got' and in 1963 'Land Of 1,000 Dances' crept into the charts at No. 77.
This latter song has been covered countless times by artists like Wilson. Pickett, Fats Domino and Tom Jones. Kenner has also re-corded without much success as a comeback for Baton, Imperial (Sick And Tired'), Prigan and Uptown amongst others.