Earl Sinks - The Language Of Love / Return To Thunder Road FLAC album
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: The Language Of Love / Return To Thunder Road
FLAC version ZIP size: 1475 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1500 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1396 mb
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He recorded under the names of Earl Sinks, Sinx Mitchell, Earl Richards and Earl "Snake" Richards. He wrote songs for artists such as Sue Thompson, the Everly Brothers, the Newbeats, Ernie Ashworth, Brenda Lee, Roy Orbison, Mel Tillis, as well as the Crickets and Buddy Holly.
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Earl Sinks, or Earl Richards as he was known at the time, found Maggie on Billy Edd's 1968 Kapp LP 'I Ain't The Worryin' Kind. Sinks had the dubious honor of replacing Buddy Holly in the Crickets in late 1958. Buddy's producer, Norman Petty, convinced them to remain in west Texas and to record a couple of songs with him. As 'Earl Richards,' Sinks charted nine solo records between 1969 and 1975, most of them on his own Ace Of Hearts label.
Rainy Day. Relaxation. The Real Earl Hines: Recorded Live in Concert.
Once Upon a Time is a 1966 studio album by Earl Hines, accompanied by members of the Duke Ellington orchestra. Once Upon a Time" (Johnny Hodges) – 7:57. Black and Tan Fantasy" (Duke Ellington, James "Bubber" Miley) – 5:13. Fantastic, That's You" (George Cates, Bob Thiele) – 4:13. Cotton Tail" (Ellington) – 3:16. The Blues in My Flat" (Lionel Hampton) – 8:02.
Return to Thunder Road.
In a certain light, Thunder Road is a heart-string tugging tragedy of naked grief on display, and Arnaud’s inability to express it is pitiable.
|The Language Of Love||1:55|
|Return To Thunder Road||1:57|
|45-1315||Earl Sinks||The Language Of Love / Return To Thunder Road (7", Single)||Hickory Records||45-1315||US||1965|
|45-1315||Earl Sinks||The Language Of Love / Return To Thunder Road (7", Single, Promo)||Hickory Records||45-1315||US||1965|