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  • Performer: Doc Pomus
  • Album: It's Great To Be Young And In Love
  • FLAC: 1834 mb | MP3: 1131 mb
  • Released: 1990
  • Style: Rhythm & Blues
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 297
Doc Pomus - It's Great To Be Young And In Love album flac


A1 Pool Playing Baby
A2 Too Much Boogie
A3 Early One Monday Morning (Wee Baby Blues)
A4 Bye Baby Bye
A5 Here Comes The Blues
A6 My Gal's A Jockey
A7 You Ain't No Such A Much
A8 Bye Baby Bye
A9 I'm Going Crazy
B1 Pomus Blues
B2 Alley Alley Blues
B3 Naggin' Wife Blues
B4 Jelly Jelly
B5 You Better Believe It
B6 It's Great To Be Young And In Love
B7 Baby Get It Out Your Mind
B8 Fool All The Time
B9 I'll Treat You Like A Woman
B10 No One

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  • Record Company – Mr R&B Records

Doc Pomus & Mort Shuman - It's Great To Be Young And In Love - Duration: 1:54. thecountofbasie 11,493 views. A Teenager In Love-Dion and The Belmonts-Original Song - Duration: 2:41.

It's Great to Be Young and in Love. Other albums by Doc Pomus. Singer & Songwriter. 1 Pool Playing Baby Doc Pomus 2:54. 2 Too Much Boogie Doc Pomus 2:25. 3 Early One Monday Morning Doc Pomus 6:27. 4 Bye Baby Bye Doc Pomus 2:10. 16 Baby Get It Out of Your Mind Doc Pomus 1:54. 17 Fool All the Time Doc Pomus 1:57.

from the album The Great Pretender. from the album It's Time. Kurt Schwabach's German lyrics are no English translation, but he titled it "Mit 17 fängt das Leben erst an" ('At 17 life is only just beginning') to deal with a young girl's first encounters with 'that thing called love' Buck Owens released a cover version in 1962 that peaked at on the US country charts and appeared on his albumTogether Again. Nevertheless many bootleg releases include their version, such as the 2-LP set "The Black Album" (not to be confused with their official released The White Album previously issued)

Doc Pomus: American blues singer and songwriter. He is best known as the lyricist of many rock and roll hits. Pomus was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a non-performer in 1992, the Songwriters Hall of Fame, and the Blues Hall of Fame. Blues In The Red, Doc's Boogie, Travelling Doc и другие песни. Вся дискография, Радио, Концерты, рекомендации и похожие исполнители.

Sometimes, it's enough just to make you feel crazy. Иногда этого достаточно, чтобы внушить, что ты сбрендил. You get ready, you get all dressed up. Вы готовитесь к выходу, принаряжаетесь, To go nowhere in particular. Чтобы никуда толком не пойти. Back to work or the coffee shop. Doesn't matter cause it's enough. Неважно; потому что достаточно того, To be young and in love. Что вы юны и влюблены, To be young and in love. Look at you kids, you know you're the coolest. Seen so much, you could get the blues.

Give It Up. Doc Pomus. Save the Last Dance for Me. Mort Shuman, Doc Pomus, Coastal Communities Concert Band. The Last Blues - The Very Best of Doc Pomus. It's Great to Be Young and in Love. R&B Legend 1947-1955.

Till the Night Is Gone: A Tribute to Doc Pomus. Till the Night Is Gone: A Tribute to Doc Pomus Tracklist. 1. Lonely Avenue by Los Lobos Lyrics. Young Blood by The Band Lyrics. 9. Turn Me Loose by Dion Lyrics.

As Pomus said, It was the transformation of my life. He began hanging out in Greenwich Village and eventually found his way to a club called George’s Tavern, where he began singing. He became what he called a college student by day, professional blues singer by night. He began making records when he was 19, and he liked to say that he was the only white blues singer on crutches on either coast. The only difference is that now I talk about it. At one time I wouldn’t express my opinions except to maybe my closest friends, because it wasn’t cool to be that animated. Now I don’t hold anything back. I really don’t want to live to see a day where the space that I take up in the world is like some musty closet, some little broom closet somewhere. I want to be able to talk out-even if I’m wrong.

A young Jerome Felder re-birthed himself as a blues shouter named Doc Pomus, but he really made his name as a songwriter, coming up with lyrics for hits by the Coasters (Youngblood), Elvis (Viva Los Vegas & Little Sister), Dion & the Belmonts (Teenager in Love), and Ben E. King and the Drifters (This Magic Moment). A victim of polio as a child, he spent most of his life on crutches or in a wheelchair, giving his lyrics to Save the Last Dance for Me, that much more meaning. He spent just as much time mentoring and encouraging others from his Manhattan apartment at the Westover Hotel,.

Doc Pomus gave a demo of his song to fellow songwriter Mike Stoller, thinking it might make a good A side for the Coasters. A few months later, Pomus heard Young Blood blaring out of a jukebox, though he hardly recognized it: Stoller and writing partner Jerry Leiber had adapted it to better suit the top of the charts. I guess you must’ve heard it, said Atlantic’s Jerry Wexler, answering the call from Pomus. And at just the right time–Pomus was down to his last dime