Eddie Noack - Wind Me Up / If It Ain't On The Menu album download
|A||Wind Me Up||2:10|
|B||If It Ain't On The Menu||2:20|
- Published By – Starrite Publishing Co.
- Written By – M. Jakimier (tracks: A), W. Colvin (tracks: A)
- Written-By – E. Noack*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): 2255
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): 2256
- Rights Society: BMI
Eddie Noack quit performing after 1959 to concentrate on songwriting and to become involved in music publishing. Noack was employed by Pappy Daily and Lefty Frizzell in publishing while he continued to write songs. His compositions were covered by many country singers, including Johnny Cash (These Hands), George Jones and Ernest Tubb. He recorded his final album that year, which was released by Look Records in the United Kingdom. He backed up the album with a British tour. He was still an executive with the Nashville Songwriters Association when the hard-drinking Noack died of a cerebral hemorrhage at age 47 on February 5, 1978 in his home in Nashville. 45-169 Left Over Lovin'/I'll Be So Good To You (12-54). 45-201 If It Ain't On The Menu/Wind Me Up (08-55). 45-213 Fair Today, Cold Tomorrow/Don't Worry About Me, Baby (11-55).
De Armand "Eddie" Noack, Jr (b. April 29, 1930 in Houston, Harris County, Texas USA, d. February 5, 1978 in Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee USA), was an American country and western singer, songwriter and music industry executive best known for his 1968 recording of Leon Payne's serial killer song Psycho, on K-Ark Records label and Produced by John Capps. Wind Me Up, If It Ain't On The Menu (7", Single).
This album was released on the label Starday Records (catalog number 45-201). This album was released in 1955 year. M. Jakimier (Written By, tracks A), W. Colvin (Written By, tracks A), Eddie Noack (Written-By), Watch now the music video Eddie Noack - Wind Me Up, If It Ain't On The Menu: Eddie Noack - Wind Me Up (Starday 201). 1955 hillbilly bopper. Eddie Noack - If It Ain't On The Menu (Starday 201). Eddie's third Starday 45 from 1955. Hawkshaw Hawkins covered this for RCA in 1955. Eddie Noack - Psycho.
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And I know you're no snake, been fuckin' on my bae I'm fuckin' up a check and I wonder why Been down on-on the tracks, I'm flippin' on a bitch I'm fuckin' up a check and I wonder why And I musta be a chanter And I musta cutta fund that I shot up And I go, and. I go, and I said I go Hannibal, diamonds up, ain't no matter, though Racks in the bank, it's up, I'm on the payroll I'm the one, I choose to paper chase, baby Racks in the bank, it's up, I'm on the payroll I'm the one, I choose the paper
Joe Jackson did a new take on the song for his 2012 Duke Ellington tribute album Duke. Jackson told us : "One of the most important things was getting over that question of am I allowed to do this, is it okay for me to do this? And I think I learned that at some point it just occurred to me no matter what I did, it wasn't going to hurt Duke Ellington. I mean, he's immortal
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Ella Fitzgerald’s up-tempo performance from 1956 (Day Dreams: The Best of the Duke Ellington Songbooks) is also significant, infectiously retaining the spirit of the original while updating it with a more modern interpretation of swing. Meanwhile, the tune has in many circles become popular as a test of musicians’ capacity to handle extremely fast tempos. Much has been written about the mutual admiration between Duke Ellington and guitarist Kenny Burrell, and this album is the first in a loving two-volume tribute by Burrell to Ellington. This infectious performance is also noteworthy for reuniting Burrell with his longtime collaborator, organist Jimmy Smith.