Born January 29, 1934 in Newark, New Jersey, USA. Passed away in November 1986 in Essex, New Jersey, USA. R&B singer active in the late '50s and early '60s. In Groups: Joe & Ann. Variations: Viewing All Ann Cole. Ann Cole With Chorus & Orchestra, Anne Cole, Cole.
Down In The Valley Ann Cole. Only Human Cheryl Ann Cole. So Proud Of You Ann Cole. Fight For This Love Cheryl Ann Cole. Plain As The Nose On Your Face Ann Cole. Under The Sun Cheryl Ann Cole. Got My Mojo Working Ann Cole With The Suburbans.
LyricsDown In The Valley.
Down in the Valley", also known as "Birmingham Jail", is a traditional American folk song. It has been recorded by many artists and is included in the Songs of Expanding America recordings in Burl Ives' six-album set "Historical America in Song. The verses mentioning "Birmingham Jail" refer to the Birmingham City Jail which was well-known in the mid-1920s, although the reference was often omitted in later versions.
Ann Cole was a genuinely great soul singer who had the misfortune to be too far ahead of her time. She was daring enough to record "Got My Mojo Working," which she'd performed on-stage (which was how Muddy Waters found the song) in 1956. Cole also cut records on the Timely, Baton, and Sir labels, and in 1956 she was voted the Most Promising Female R&B Vocals. Cole cut many records, but only ever had one pop-chart hit, in 1962 with "Don't Stop the Wedding" on Roulette
Cole suddenly pulls up with a smoky freestyle, Album Of The Year. Following the success and record-breaking of his KOD album, fulfilled J. Cole deems it right to drop some bars on how soothing it was for him. KOD, still arguably the album of the year but J. Cole won’t tolerate a contest from anyone. He’s indeed proud of his landmark success in his career as a hip-hop artist. s/2018/08/J Cole - Album Of The Year talkglitz.
Down in the valley with. C. G. These are the places you will find me hidin'. F. Am. These are the places I will always go (not slow).
Down in the valley, the valley so low, Hang your head over, hear the winds blow. Hear the winds blow, dear, hear the winds blow. Hang your head over, hear the winds blow. Down in the valley, walking between, Telling our story, here's what it means. Here's what it means, dear, here's what it means, Telling our story, here's what it means
So the people said something would have to be done, but their projects did not at all tally; some said, 'Put a fence 'round the edge of the cliff, ' some, 'An ambulance down in the valley. But the cry for the ambulance carried the day, for it spread through the neighboring city; a fence may be useful or not, it is true, but each heart became full of pity for those who slipped over the dangerous cliff; And the dwellers in highway and alley gave pounds and gave pence, not to put up a fence, but an ambulance down in the valley