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Tommy Tucker Hi-Heel Sneakers (CD)

Hi-Heel Sneakers (CD)

Artikel-Nr.: CDMCD32644

Gewicht in Kg: 0,107


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Tommy Tucker: Hi-Heel Sneakers (CD)

(1963-67 'Chess') (59:25/20)


Tucker, Tommy - Hi-Heel Sneakers (CD) CD 1
1: Hi-Heel Sneakers
2: Just For A Day
3: Trouble In Mind
4: Walkin' The Dog
5: Hard Luck Blues
6: I Don't Wanna 'Cha
7: Long Tall Shorty
8: It's A Mighty Hard Way
9: Come Rain Or Come Shine
10: I Warned You About Him
11: I Can't Believe It
12: Suffering With The Blues
13: Alimony
14: All About Melanie
15: Chewin' Gum
16: I've Been A Fool
17: I'm Shorty
18: Sitting Home Alone
19: A Whole Lot Of Fun
20: Real True Love


Artikeleigenschaften von Tommy Tucker: Hi-Heel Sneakers (CD)

  • Interpret: Tommy Tucker

  • Albumtitel: Hi-Heel Sneakers (CD)

  • Artikelart CD

  • Genre R&B, Soul

  • Music Genre Rhythm & Blues
  • Music Style Rhythm & Blues
  • Music Sub-Genre 251 Rhythm & Blues
  • Label MCA

  • SubGenre R&B Music - Classic R&B

  • EAN: 0008813264428

  • Gewicht in Kg: 0.107

Interpreten-Beschreibung "Tucker, Tommy"

Tommy Tucker

Everybody's Wrong

Tommy Tucker

Everybody's Wrong

(Gerald Nelson-Fred Burch)

unissued; master: L2WW 0298

recorded September 14, 1960 (14:30-17:30) RCA Victor Studio, 1610 Hawkins Street, Nashville, Tennessee; Producer: Jack Clement with Tommy Tucker: vocal/guitar/leader; Ray Edenton: guitar; Walter L. 'Hank: 'Sugarfoot' Garland: guitar; Kelton D. 'Kelso' Herston: guitar; Roy M. 'Junior' Huskey jr: bass; Otto Bash: drums; Jan Crutchfield, Jerry Don Crutchfield, Gerald Nelson: vocal chorus


Tommy Tucker seemed like a prize catch when RCA lured him away from Hi Records. His second RCA single, Everybody's Wrong, was an early entry from the prolific songwriting team of Gerald Nelson and Fred Burch, whose 1959 hit Tragedy was still providing beer and snacks.Born in Memphis in 1941, Tucker had cut the original version of Hank Snow's hit Miller's Cave for Hi in 1959, as well as Charlie Feathers' Lovin' Lil, but trouble seemed to dog him. In March 1960, he was busted for working a beerjoint while underage. Then, on October 28, 1961, he was racing his '57 Oldsmobile up Highway 61 toward Memphis when he rear-ended another car driven by Leland Payton. Payton's gas tank exploded killing him and another occupant, and he spun into the path of a third car, killing the two occupants.

It was the worst wreck in Memphis since 1945: eight children were orphaned. Tucker fled from the scene, then phoned his manager, Eddie Bond, who advised him to find a lawyer. Not even OJ Simpson's legal team could have kept Tucker out of jail, but he was out in less than a year. RCA dropped him, and the memory of that October night exacted a penalty that the courts did not. Tucker recorded again (including a cover of You Don't Love Me for Stan Kesler's X-L Records issued under the pseudonym "Tommy Raye" to avoid conflict with the Tommy Tucker who had cut Hi-Heel Sneakers), but never fulfilled his early promise. On March 17, 1985, he fell sleep with a lighted cigarette in his hand. His apartment caught fire, and he died of smoke inhalation.

- Colin Escott -

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