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  1. Maukinos says:
    Check out Get Up, Get Up (You Sleepy Head) by LaVern Baker on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on pehurasicatgandmulochanbuckcheckcont.coinfo
  2. Yozshuran says:
    Baker's contributions to the rockin' and rollin' wing of '50s R&B were in a class with Atlantic labelmates Ruth Brown and the Clyde McPhatter-era Drifters, as the stellar track compilation Soul on Fire: The Best of LaVern Baker proves.
  3. Kazikazahn says:
    Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about LaVern Baker And The Gliders - Get Up Get Up (You Sleepy Head) / My Happiness Forever at Discogs. Complete your LaVern Baker And The Gliders collection/5(4).
  4. Sataxe says:
    Mar 22,  · Soul On Fire: The Best of LaVerne Baker LaVern Baker R&B/Soul ; Ascolta su Apple Music. Ascolta su Get Up, Get Up (You Sleepy Head) 10 Still 11 I Can't Love You Enough Lavern Baker Sings Bessie Smith Ti potrebbe piacere.
  5. Kisho says:
    Jun 27,  · Bride and Groom sing EPIC Thank You Song to Wedding Guests - Best Wedding speech - Duration: Jamie and Megan Recommended for you.
  6. Shakora says:
    Soul On Fire Lyrics: Well I could play with Tom, Dick, and Harry / But for me you're the only one / Who makes me me shiver / Makes me tingle / And who brings my loving down / I played the love game.
  7. Vonos says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the BMG CD release of Soul On Fire: The Best Of LaVern Baker on Discogs. Label: Atlantic - • Format: CD Compilation, Club Edition BMG • Country: US • Genre: Funk / Soul, Blues • Style: Rhythm & Blues, Soul Get Up, Get Up (You Sleepy Head) Written-By – Jimmy Breedlove, Joan.
  8. Kajizuru says:
    Mar 22,  · Editors’ Notes LaVern Baker wasn’t just one of the most driven, incendiary vocalists of the '50s, an era when the competition was stiff. Her synthesis of R&B, pop, and jazz balladry also set the stage for the soul innovations of the '60s. Because it was used in movies and TV, “Jim Dandy” became her most visible hit, although in the public’s mind it relegated her to one-hit-wonder status.

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