Johnny Guitar Watson - A Real Mother album flac
|A1||A Real Mother For Ya||5:00|
|A2||Nothing Left To Be Desired||5:42|
|A3||Your Love Is My Love||4:38|
|A4||The Real Deal||4:53|
|B2||I Wanna Thank You||6:05|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – This Record Co. Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – This Record Co. Ltd.
- Recorded At – Paramount Recording Studios
- Published By – Dick James Music Ltd.
- Printed By – Shorewood Packaging
- Drums, Co-producer [Production Assistant] – Emry Thomas
- Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes], Synthesizer, Guitar, Organ [Hammond], Talkbox [Voice Box], Vocals, Bass [Moog Bass] – Johnny G. Watson*
- Engineer – Kerry McNabb
- Management [Direction] – Kessler-Grass
- Saxophone – Knud Jensen
- Trombone – Tommy Robertson*
- Trumpet – Walt Fowler
- Written-By, Producer, Arranged By – Johnny Guitar Watson
NotesRecorded at Paramount Recording Studios, Hollywood, California
All songs published by Dick James Music Ltd.
℗ 1977 This Record Co. Ltd.
Made in Holland
© 1977 This Record Co. Ltd.
Shorepak by Shorewood Packaging / Printed in Holland
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A label): DJF 20505-1
- Matrix / Runout (B label): DJF 20505-2
- Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA
- Other (Distribution code): Ⓨ
- Other (Price indication): Full-Price.
- Matrix / Runout ((Runout Side A - Variant 2)): DJF 20505-1A-1
- Matrix / Runout ((Runout Side B - Variant 2)): DJF 20505-1B-1
|DJLPA-7||Johnny Guitar Watson||A Real Mother For Ya (LP, Album)||DJM Records||DJLPA-7||US||1977|
|0064.205||Johnny Guitar Watson||A Real Mother (LP, Album, RE)||DJM Records||0064.205||Germany||Unknown|
|NEM CD 775||Johnny Guitar Watson||A Real Mother For Ya (CD, Album, RE)||Sequel Records||NEM CD 775||UK||1996|
|8238-7||Johnny Guitar Watson||A Real Mother For Ya (8-Trk, Album)||DJM Records||8238-7||Canada||1977|
|1A 062-60013||Johnny Guitar Watson||A Real Mother (LP, Album)||DJM Records||1A 062-60013||Netherlands||1977|
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A Real Mother For Ya. 5:00. A2. Nothing Left To Be Desired. A3. Your Love Is My Love. Johnny Guitar Watson. A Real Mother ?(LP, Album). DJM Records (2). DJF 20505. A Real Mother For Ya ?(8-Trk, Album).
John Watson Jr. (February 3, 1935 - May 17, 1996), known professionally as Johnny "Guitar" Watson, was an American blues, soul, and funk musician and singer-songwriter. A flamboyant showman and electric guitarist in the style of T-Bone Walker, Watson recorded throughout the 1950s and 1960s with some success. His creative reinvention in the 1970s with funk overtones, saw Watson have hits with "Ain't That a Bitch" and "Superman Lover"
Only 19 left in stock (more on the way). Temporarily out of stock. Only 13 left in stock (more on the way). This cd speaks for the time of the era in which it was made however there are portions of A Real Mother For Ya that could still be identified with today.
A Real Mother for Ya by Johnny Guitar Watson. Copied! Oops! AutoPlay: On. Reaching For The World - Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes.
Obviously, the storming funk workout that gives this 1977 gold album its title is the album's principal draw (it's been covered countless times, but never duplicated). As was his wont by this time, the multitalented Watson plays everything except drums and horns.
I'm proud to introduce my mother Wilma to you, even though it's been a 'Couple Years' since she actually pushed my baby carriage. Lastly, our sincere thanks and deepest gratitude to Mr. Dick James, Mr. Stephen James and all the people at . You have been unreal, and I can dig that!. ?- A Real Mother For Ya (0:00) ??- Nothing Left To Be Desired (5:05) ??- Your Love Is My Love (10:51) ??- The Real Deal (15:31) ??- Tarzan. Joe OlivarezHace 5 meses. Richard DietzHace 6 meses. real mother for ya bitches, bad ass song word, man right. Your SelfHace 9 meses.
Album: A Real Mother for Ya (1977). Get the Sheet Music License This Song. Though wine improves with age, the same is not necessarily true of songwriters. This piece of funk junk was produced way after Watson's sell by date, and he probably only got away with the title because in 1977 most music pundits didn't realise that mother was half a word. More songs from Johnny "Guitar" Watson.