Buzz Clifford - More Than Just Baby Sittin' album download
|1||Golly Gosh Oh Gee|
|2||14 Karat Fool|
|3||Pididdle (The Car With One Light)|
|5||Baby Sittin' Boogie|
|7||Shake, Rattle And Roll|
|9||I'm In Love Again|
|12||(If You Cry) True Love, True Love|
|14||Long Tall Sally|
|16||Hello, Mr. Moonlight|
|17||Three Little Fishes|
|18||I'll Never Forget|
|23||More Dead Than Alive|
|24||No One Loves Me Like You Do|
|26||(It's All Right) Let Her Go|
|27||Swing In My Back Yard|
|28||Bored To Tears|
NotesComplete Recordings 1958 - 1967
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- Barcode (Scanned): 5014138990114
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Clifford played guitar as a child and won several talent competitions as a teenager. He signed to Bow Records at age 15, releasing a few singles but finding no success. After signing with Columbia Records, he released the single "Hello Mr. Moonlight", which did not chart. The follow-up, "Baby Sittin' Boogie"/"Driftwood" (though "Driftwood" was technically the B-side the record tends to be regarded as a double-A-side), became a crossover hit in the . in 1961, peaking at on the Billboard Hot 100, R&B, and Country . More Than Just Baby Sittin': Complete Recordings 1958-1967 released: 2008. More Than Just Baby Sittin': Complete Recordings 1958-1967.
Baby Sittin' Boogie" is a song written by Johnny Parker and performed by Buzz Clifford. It reached in Norway, on the Billboard pop chart, on the UK Singles Chart, on the R&B chart, and on the . country chart in 1961. The song was featured on his 1961 album, Baby Sittin' with Buzz Clifford. The song was arranged by Tony Piano. The single ranked on Billboard's Year-End Hot 100 singles of 1961.
Versuri "Baby sittin' boogie" de Buzz Clifford: (gggggggggggggggg da da da-da-da-da!, My girl baby sister saw it on her block, Then I come up t. .My girl baby sister saw it on her block Then I come up to join her and we start to rock The baby hears the beat and man it is a shock When he goes (ggggggggggggg ggggggggggggg). A rockin type a boogie is the kind a song That makes this little baby wanna sing along And though he maybe gets the tune alittle wrong He still goes ('boogie-on-na-day). He isn't too young to really feel the beat He rocks back and forth in his little seat He claps both his hands and he taps his feet And he sings (-da')
Reese Francis Clifford III (October 8, 1941 – January 26, 2018), known professionally as Buzz Clifford, was an American pop singer and songwriter. His biggest success came with his recording of "Baby Sittin' Boogie" (1961), which peaked at No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100. Contents. In 2003, the 28-track CD More Than Just Babysittin': Complete Recordings 1958-1967 was released. The songs are digitally remastered, and some striking differences are apparent, including a fade-out ending on "Driftwood". In 2009, the rap duo Method Man & Redman released the track "Four Minutes to Lock Down" (feat. Raekwon & Ghostface Killah), which contained a sample of the song "Echo Park," written by Clifford, as recorded by Johnny Maestro & the Brooklyn Bridge.
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