These Are Not My People Swamp Dogg. I Was Born Blue Swamp Dogg. The Baby Is Mine Swamp Dogg.
I Was Born Blue Written-By – Dee. Ervin, Jerry. These Are Not My People, I Was Born Blue (7"). Category Country Year.
All the various undercurrents of the counterculture of the late '60s and early '70s, then, but the twist on Swamp Dogg's 1970 debut Total Destruction to Your Mind is how he channels all these obsessions into the framework of deep southern soul. Dee Erwin, Jerry Williams, Jr. Swamp Dogg.
G -+ 01. Total Destruction to Your Mind (3:25) 0. If I Die Tomorrow (I've Lived Tonight) (2:51) 06. I Was Born Blue (3:02) 07. Sal-A-Faster (2:38) 08. The World Beyond (3:42) 09. These Are Not My People (2:38) 10. Everything You'll Ever Need (2:48) 11. The Baby Is Mine (2:48) 12.
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These Are Not My People. She Even Woke Me Up to Say Goodbye. It's Best We Say Goodbye. We don‘t have an album for this track yet. View all albums by this artist. Doris Duke was born Doris Curry, in Sandersville, Georgia in 1945, although the month isn't known. By 1963, Doris had reached the New York City music scene and was earning a crust as both a session singer and a regular back-up artist at the city's famed Apollo Theatre. Running Away From Loneliness', her first single, came out in 1966. Two years later her pairing of 'You Can't Do That' and 'Lost Again', (bonus tracks on the CD) came out on the newly-minted Jay Boy label.
|These Are Not My People||2:36|
|I Was Born Blue||2:58|
|505||Swamp Dogg||These Are Not My People / I Was Born Blue (7")||Roker Records||505||US||1971|
|505||Swamp Dogg||These Are Not My People / I Was Born Blue (7", Single, Promo)||Roker Records||505||US||1971|