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Presswell pressing denoted by PR suffix in label matrix. Album title by Tony Walker. Matrix, Runout (Matrix A, on label): ST-A-712175 PR.
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Interpret: Joe Tex. Album titlle: From The Roots Came The Rapper. Year of publication 2002. Tex's bassist, J. Alfred Cook, devised an arrangement that opened with a single chord by Herston on an acoustic axe he'd borrowed from Roger Miller. After Joe overdubbed a harmony vocal, the session ended with everyone disappointed. On my way back to Nashville, I thought, 'I don't give up that easily.
Joe Tex was born Joseph Arrington, Jr. in Rogers, Texas, in Bell County to Joseph Arrington and Cherie Sue (Jackson) Arrington. He and his sister Mary Sue were initially raised by their grandmother, Mary Richardson. After their parents divorced, Cheri Arrington moved to Baytown. Tex played baritone saxophone in the high-school band and sang in a local Pentecostal church choir. 1971 From the Roots Came the Rapper (Dial/Atlantic 8292). 1972 I Gotcha (Dial 6002) – US 17. 1972 Spill the Beans (Dial 6004). James Porter et a. Joe Tex Album Guide Archived 2015-10-26 at the Wayback Machine, 2003; ww. october. Whitburn, Joel (2003). Top Pop Singles 1955-2002 (1st e.
Artist Album Song Title. Came the Rapper Album Cover Art. Joe Tex. Tracklist.
From The Roots Came The Rapper by Joe Tex. I’ve Got To Do A Little Bit Better by Joe Tex. Rub Down by Joe Te. More albums from Joe Tex: Turn Back The Hands Of Time by Joe Tex.
Written-By – Eugene McDaniels
|A2||The Only Way I Know How To Love You
Written-By – George Soule, Terry Woodford
|A3||I Can Do It Better
Written-By – Don Covay
|A4||Chained In The Mind
Written-By – Joe Tex
|A5||I'll Never Fall In Love Again
Written-By – Burt Bacharach, Hal David
|B1||Oh Me Oh My (I'm A Fool For You Baby)
Written-By – Jim Doris
|B2||There's No Business Like Love
Written-By – Brad Shapiro, Clarence Reid, Willie Clarke
|B3||The Baby Is Mine
Written-By – Jerry Williams*
|B4||Somethings In Life Are Worth Dying For
Written-By – Willy Martin*, Dave Crawford
|B5||Hate Yourself In The Morning
Written-By – Clyde Wilson, Donald Davis*
|SD 8292||Joe Tex||From The Roots Came The Rapper (LP, Album, Pre)||Atlantic||SD 8292||US||1972|
|8292||Joe Tex||From The Roots Came The Rapper (LP, Mono, Promo, Pre)||Atlantic||8292||US||1972|
|SD 8292||Joe Tex||From The Roots Came The Rapper (LP)||Atlantic||SD 8292||US||Unknown|
|K 40239||Joe Tex||From The Roots Came The Rapper (LP, Album)||Atlantic||K 40239||UK||1972|
|SD 8292||Joe Tex||From The Roots Came The Rapper (LP, Album, Mon)||Atlantic||SD 8292||US||1972|