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Joe Tex: Yum Yum Yum - The Early Years 1955-1962 (2-CD)
Joe Tex was one of the most original Soul stars of all time. With his raspy voice and a hint of Little Richard, he certainly had a style of his own. Listen to his number 'Yum Yum Yum' and you'll get an idea of his Rock'n'Roll-New Orleans Rhythm & Blues-proto-Soul style. This is the most comprehensive set of his singles yet released on CD and includes all the singles he made before achieving fame in 1964. Arguably the most underrated of all the 60s Soul performers, Joe Tex! With fully detailed liner notes. - MM/Bear Family Records
Article properties: Joe Tex: Yum Yum Yum - The Early Years 1955-1962 (2-CD)
|Tex, Joe - Yum Yum Yum - The Early Years 1955-1962 (2-CD) CD 1|
|01||DAVY YOU UPSET MY HOME||Joe Tex|| |
|02||COME ON THIS HOUSE||Joe Tex|| |
|03||MY BIGGEST MISTAKE||Joe Tex|| |
|04||RIGHT BACK TO MY ARMS||Joe Tex|| |
|05||I HAD TO COME BACK TO YOU||Joe Tex|| |
|06||SHE'S MINE||Joe Tex|| |
|07||PNEUMONIA||Joe Tex|| |
|08||GET WAY BACK||Joe Tex|| |
|09||AIN'T NOBODY'S BUSINESS||Joe Tex|| |
|10||I WANT TO HAVE A TALK WITH YOU||Joe Tex|| |
|11||CUT IT OUT||Joe Tex|| |
|12||JUST FOR YOU AND ME||Joe Tex|| |
|13||OPEN THE DOOR||Joe Tex|| |
|14||YOU LITTLE BABY FACE THING||Joe Tex|| |
|15||MOTHER'S ADVICE||Joe Tex|| |
|16||CHARLIE BROWN GOT EXPELLED||Joe Tex|| |
|17||BLESSED ARE THESE TEARS||Joe Tex|| |
|18||DON'T HOLD IT AGAINST ME||Joe Tex|| |
|19||YUM YUM YUM||Joe Tex|| |
|20||GRANNIE STOLE THE SHOW||Joe Tex|| |
|Tex, Joe - Yum Yum Yum - The Early Years 1955-1962 (2-CD) CD 2|
|01||BOYS WILL BE BOYS||Joe Tex|| |
|02||COMPETITION||Joe Tex|| |
|03||MORE THAN JUST A FRIEND||Joe Tex|| |
|04||PUT YOUR CONFIDENCE IN ME||Joe Tex|| |
|05||ALL I COULD DO WAS CRY (Part 1)||Joe Tex|| |
|06||ALL I COULD DO WAS CRY (Part 2)||Joe Tex|| |
|07||AIN'T I A MESS||Joe Tex|| |
|08||BABY YOU'RE RIGHT||Joe Tex|| |
|09||I'LL NEVER BREAK YOUR HEART (Part 1)||Joe Tex|| |
|10||I'LL NEVER BREAK YOUR HEART (Part 2)||Joe Tex|| |
|11||WICKED WOMAN||Joe Tex|| |
|12||GOODBYE MY LOVE||Joe Tex|| |
|13||THE ONLY GIRL I EVER LOVED||Joe Tex|| |
|14||WHAT SHOULD I DO||Joe Tex|| |
|15||THE RIB||Joe Tex|| |
|16||THE GIANT STEP||Joe Tex|| |
|17||POPEYE JOHNNY||Joe Tex|| |
|18||HAND SHAKIN' LOVE MAKIN' GIRL TALKIN' SON OF A GUN FROM NEXT DOOR||Joe Tex|| |
|19||MEET ME IN CHURCH||Joe Tex|| |
|20||BE YOUR OWN JUDGE||Joe Tex|| |
Geboren als Joseph Arrington Jr. am 8. 8. 1933 im texanischen Rogers, verstorben am 13. 8. 1982 in seinem Haus in Navasota, Texas.
Hold What You've Got
Hold What You've Got
Nashville producer Buddy Killen was on the verge of losing dynamic soul singer Joe Tex after releasing 10 Tex 45s on his Dial label starting in 1961. "One day he called me," said the late Killen. "He said, 'Hey, man, how about letting me go? You said you would, if I wanted out of my contract.' I said, 'On one condition.' He said, 'What's that?' I said, 'Let me record the way I want to one time. Don't fight with me. Let's just do it, and if it doesn't work, then I'll turn you loose.'
"So I set up some time down at Fame Studios in Muscle Shoals, and I got some of my players that did my records here in Nashville—(guitarist) Kelso Herston and (pianist) Ronnie Wilkins. I think Joe South came over from Atlanta to work with us. And Joe (Tex) brought Clyde (Williams), the drummer, and his bass player. So we got in there and worked for seven hours on 'Fresh Out Of Tears.' It was okay. It was nothing great. Now it's three o'clock in the morning, and I said, 'Joe, what's the other little old song that you sang for me?'" It was the wise, half-spoken ballad Hold What You've Got, which Tex wrote en route while thinking about a long-ago childhood sweetheart and his pregnant wife. He scribbled the idea down on a paper sack.
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.' So I immediately went to RCA Studios, and went into the editing room," said Buddy. "I started making copies of these two takes. I'd cut a little piece here, a little piece there, and I finally found one chorus that I could edit out of some other choruses and make it hold together enough to use it." Atlantic Records boss Jerry Wexler was so impressed with the results that Buddy gave him Dial's distribution. Hold What You've Got was the breakthrough Joe had searched for over the last decade, blasting up to #5 pop and #2 R&B. No one was more shocked than Tex. "He called me, and he said, 'Look here, man, you done said you were gonna let me out of my contract!'" said Killen. "I said, 'Joe, we've sold a quarter of a million records!' 'Look here, man—wha-a-a-t?'"
Born Joseph Arrington, Jr. in Rogers, Texas on August 8, 1933, Joe was raised up in the church and dug country music too. He parlayed a Houston amateur show victory into a trip to the Apollo Theatre, where he won another contest. King Records pacted him in 1955, his stage name reflecting his Lone Star home turf. Despite terrific rockers for King and Ace and a handful of 45s for Detroit's Anna Records, Tex was treading water until well after Killen came into his life. After Hold What You've Got, Joe scored a raft of Dial smashes confirming Killen's faith in him.
- Bill Dahl -
Various - Sweet Soul Music
Various - Sweet Soul Music 30 Scorching Classics From 1965
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Der Soul-Sänger wurde 1954 bei einem Talentwettbewerb entdeckt und nahm zunächst für King, Ace und Anna auf. Hits wie “Hold What You've Got' (1965), 'S.Y.S.L.J.F.M.' (= Save Your Sweet Love Just For Me- 1966) und andere gelangen jedoch erst, als Joe Tex beim Dial-Label unter Vertrag stand.
1972 und 1977 platzierte er mit “I Gotcha' und 'Ain't Gonna Bump No More (With No Big Fat Woman)' späte Treffer in den US-Charts. Nachdem er im Juli 1972 zum Islam konvertiert war, nannte sich der Interpret Yusef Hazziez und arbeitete zwischenzeitlich als Prediger. 'Sure Is Good' wurde am 30.4.1969 in den Columbia Studios in Nashville eingespielt und am 8.11.1969 veröffentlicht. Im gemischtsprachigen Text singt Joe Tex mehrmals die Zeile '...da ische gudde', was er an anderer Stelle ' - erklärt': '...da ische gudde in German means 'Sure ls Good'...'. Gemeint ist offenbar '. ..das ist gut'.
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