Albert Charles Campbell (August 19, 1872 – January 25, 1947) was an American popular music singer who recorded between the late 1890s and the 1920s. He was best known for his many duo recordings with Henry Burr, and as a member of the Peerless Quartet and other vocal groups, but also recorded successfully as a solo singer both under his own name and under various pseudonyms including Frank Howard.
1949–1953: Ray Charles, The Ray Charles Trio: "Sitting on Top of the World (Now She's Gone)", "I've Had My Fun (Going Down Slow)" (1949). See See Rider", "What Have I Done?" (1950). She's on the Ball", "Honey Honey" (1950). The Ego Song" ("Sweet As Can Be"), "Late in the Evening" (1950). Worried Life Blues/Someday Baby"), "I'll Do Anything but Work" (1950) . - The Genius of Ray Charles. Hard Times (No One Knows Better Than I)" b/w "I Wonder Who". - The Genius Sings the Blues. Feelin' Sad" b/w "Carrying That Load" (from The Great Hits of Ray Charles). - "Listen, They're Playing My Song" - Non-album track. If It Wasn't for Bad Luck", (with Jimmy Lewis).
Charles Manson interpreted that ‘Helter Skelter’ was something to do with the four horsemen of the Apocalypse, McCartney said in the 2000 book The Beatles Anthology. I still don’t know what all that stuff is; it’s from the Bible, ‘Revelations’ – I haven’t read it so I wouldn’t know. Helter Skelter was a song that began from a rivalry with Pete Townshend, after the Who guitarist called I Can See for Miles one of the wildest recordings ever made in a Melody Maker interview.
Manys a heart remained in the Highlands, however, and although Burns wrote this song before the Clearances began in earnest, its air of nostalgic yearning will have been familiar to all those harried out of their Highland homes. While you will be able to view the content of this page in your current browser, you will not be able to get the full visual experience.
Aaron Burr, Sir Lyrics: 1776. New York City, Pardon me. Are you Aaron Burr, sir?, That depends. Who’s asking?, Oh, well, sure, sir, I’m Alexander Hamilton, I’m at your service, sir, I have been. While we’re talking, let me offer you some free advice Talk less. In an interview with 60 Minutes, Miranda describes using this song, specifically the segment where Laurens, Lafayette and Mulligan trade rhymes, not only to introduce the three revolutionaries but also to set up Hamilton’s verbal dexterity in the next song, My Shot : It starts with the friends, Laurens, Lafayette, Mulligan, and they’re doing, like, 80s raps. Great raps, but super beginner raps. I’m John Laurens in the place to be! Y'know? We all did a version of that when we were in the 80s.