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Sue Thompson Angels Cry

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Sue Thompson: Angels Cry



Thompson, Sue - Angels Cry CD 1
1: Walkin' In The Snow
2: Come A Little Bit Closer
3: Red Hot Henrietta Brown
4: I Think I'll Eat A Tadpole
5: You Belong To Me
6: I'll Hate Myself In The Morning
7: Take Care My Love
8: I'm Not That Kind Of Girl
9: If You Should Change Your Mind
10: I Was Just Walking Out The Door
11: Gee But I Hate To Go Home Alone
12: How Many Tears Make An Ocean
13: You're Getting A Good Girl When You Get Me
14: Oh Baby What've You Got
15: Junior's A Big Boy Now
16: You're An Angel On The Outside
17: Things I Might Have Been
18: You And Me
19: Say It With Your Heart
20: I Long To Tell You
21: Donna Wanna
22: Last Night I Heard Somebody Cry
23: If You Want Some Lovin' Just Let Me Know
24: Angels Cry


Artikeleigenschaften von Sue Thompson: Angels Cry

  • Interpret: Sue Thompson

  • Albumtitel: Angels Cry

  • Format CD
  • Genre Country

  • Music Genre Country Music
  • Music Style Classic Country Artists
  • Music Sub-Genre 002 Classic Country Artists
  • Title Angels Cry

  • SubGenre Country - General

  • EAN: 0797734087383

  • weight in Kg 0.100

Artist description "Thompson, Sue"

Sue Thompson


Although best-remembered in Europe for Carol Deene's cover version, Norman was Sue Thompson's second Top 5 U.S. smash. Sue's birthdate is usually given as July 19, 1926, but we can probably knock a year or more off that. She was born Eva Sue McKee and lived in Nevada, Missouri until 1937 when the McKees packed up and moved to California. She married a Mexican named Gamboa in 1942 (tending to support the theory that her birthdate was prior to 1926) and, newly divorced in 1948, began performing at clubs in the Bay area. She claims to have chosen the name 'Thompson' because it went with 'Sue.' In 1949, she was discovered by cowboy singer Dude Martin, joined his television and radio shows, and later married him.

He was on Mercury, and, as of 1950, so was she. Sue claims to have been the first to record You Belong to Me, which became a big hit for Jo Stafford and Patti Page, but the Mercury logbooks are too vague to offer proof. After Mercury, Sue was on Decca (briefly) and then on Columbia as 'Taffy Thomas'. Several of Sue's Mercury songs were by Boudleaux Bryant, and it was Bryant who arranged for her to join Acuff-Rose's Hickory label. John D. Loudermilk was given the job of writing songs for her. First came Sad Movies, then Norman. "We called 'Norman' a Mexican polka," she told Michael Kelly. "I knew it would be big because the band was dancing to the playback. Producer Jim Hall felt that the single trombone on the song was a bit thin, and needed more oomph.

Jim asked if anyone in the band played trombone and Boots Randolph said, 'Sure I do.' Later Boots would tell everyone that 'Norman' is the only hit he ever played trombone on." Sue became Hickory's longest-serving artist, staying until 1975. She currently lives in Las Vegas.

- Colin Escott -

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