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Mickey Tucker - Hi-Heel Sneakers / I (Who Have Nothing) FLAC album


Performer: Mickey Tucker
Genre: Jazz
Title: Hi-Heel Sneakers / I (Who Have Nothing)
Country: US
Released: 1964
Style: Soul-Jazz
FLAC version ZIP size: 1191 mb
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Triplicity ‎(LP, Album). Mister Mysterious (Album). Hi-Heel Sneakers, I (Who Have Nothing) (Single).

Mickey Tucker - Hi-Heel Sneakers, I (Who Have Nothing) (Atlantic 2264). Mickey Tucker - SoJourn (Xanadu 143). Mickey Tucker - Sweet Lotus Lips (Denon (J) YX-7535-ND). Mickey Tucker - Mister Mysterious (Muse MR 5174). Mickey Tucker - Theme For A Woogie-Boogie (Denon (J) YX-7804-ND).

In its initial release, "Uno Dei Tanti" was released by Joe Sentieri in 1961.

This song is by Tommy Tucker and appears on the album Hi-Heel Sneakers (1964) and on the compilation Juke Box Hits: Party Rock (1997). Put on your red dress, babyYa know we're goin' out tonightPut on your red dress, babyLord, we're goin' out tonightAnd-a bring along some boxin' glovesIn case some fool might wanna fight.

Please see revised Post: Hi Heel Sneakers, Tommy Tucker -- I would like to talk a little bit about the two people who produce this Blog. First off Myself, Gary who writes and provides the music, and Russ who does all of the posting and generally takes care of the Blog maintenance. Please see revised Post: Hi Heel Sneakers, Tommy Tucker. I would like to talk a little bit about the two people who produce this Blog. Even though we where not close friends in High School, in our old age and meeting each other again, we found one huge thing in common, Music.

In England there is a racehorse named High Heel Sneakers, plus in the Netherlands a musical group uses the name. The opening line "Put on your red dress, mama-'cause you're going out tonight" was used in a TV commercial for Fresh Start laundry detergent in the mid-1980s. The commercial's message was that a woman could be told in the afternoon that she's going out that night and by using the detergent, her dress would be clean well in time for her night out.

Tracklist

A Hi-Heel Sneakers 2:43
B I (Who Have Nothing)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A Side etched): W A-8319-II AT
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side etched): W A-8320-II AT

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
45-2264 Mickey Tucker Hi-Heel Sneakers / I (Who Have Nothing) ‎(7") Atlantic 45-2264 US 1964