Gerry Butler - The Happy Hammond Goes Pop Country B1. He'll Have To G. p3 A1. Gentle On My Mind. mp3 B3. Take These Chains From My Heart. Gerry Butler - The Happy Hammond Goes Pop Country. B1. p3.
Free download and listen The Happy Hammond Goes Po. Tracks count: 12. Views: 10. Phil Allen - Sugar Sugar 03:05. Phil Allen - In the Summertime 02:13. Phil Allen - Bridge over Troubled Water 04:31.
Jerry Butler - Are You Happy (02:38, 320Kb/s). Jerry Butler - What's The Use Of Breaking Up (02:36, 320Kb/s). Jerry Butler - How Did We Lose It Baby (03:05, 192Kb/s). Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: The Very Best Of Jerry Butler (1992).
Make It Easy on Yourself. 2. He Will Break Your Heart. 4. Giving Up on Love. 5. Find Another Girl.
The Happy Hooker Goes Hollywood, originally released in the UK as Hollywood Blue, is a 1980 film starring two-time Bond girl Martine Beswick, Adam West, Phil Silvers, Chris Lemmon, Edie Adams, and Richard Deacon. The film, the last of a trilogy, is loosely based on the life of Xaviera Hollander, a prostitute from the Netherlands, as she attempts to make a film in Hollywood based on her best-selling book about her life.
Jerry Butler had one of THE most distinctive voices in R&B/Soul music. His output in the early 1960s, after he left the Impressions was very good, but I always preferred these recordings from the late 60s and early 70s. And on this collection (which is basically two studio albums packaged together on 1 disc, along with some bonus tracks), you get some of his very finest songs from the late 60s (Western Union Man". For fans of Jerry Butler, and for soul music fans in general, the wait for this release was interminable. Are You Happy" was a breezy reflection on the "what goes around comes around" theme. The final single release was forced, since the jockeys started playing it right off of the album to satisfy requests.
Only the Strong Survive Lyrics. Jerry Butler Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.