Clyde McPhatter - Lover Please mp3 album
Title: Lover Please
Date of release: 1962
Size MP3: 1508 mb
Size FLAC: 1330 mb
Format: DMF AA MPC APE AUD XM VOX
Lover please, please come back Don't take a train comin' down the track Don't, please don't, don't leave me Don't leave me in misery. You would never hold me so near You would never have called me "Dear" Dontcha know I'd die for you? Now you're gone, that's what I'll do. Lover please, please come back Don't take a train comin' down the track Don't, please don't, don't leave me Don't leave me in misery. Lover Please" Track Info. Lover Please! Clyde McPhatter.
Written-By – Bill Swan. A2. Pretty Girls Everywhere. Written-By – E. Church, T. Williams. Lover Please! (LP, Album, Promo).
Artists Clyde McPhatter Lover Please! Lover Please! Clyde McPhatter. This album has an average beat per minute of 125 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 82/168 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Lover Please! 1. Lover Please. Album starts at 82BPM, ends at 100BPM (+18), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Clyde McPhatter.
Clyde McPhatter rerecorded the song for Mercury Records; it is on the 1962 album Lover Please and on his 1963 Mercury release, Greatest Hits. Little Richard covered the song for his 1964 album Little Richard Is Back (And There's a Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On!) for Vee-Jay Records. The guitarist Davy Graham recorded it for his 1966 album Midnight Man. The Jackson 5 recorded a version for Motown Records from 1971 to 1975
3. Money Honey Lyrics. 4. Long Lonely Nights Lyrics. Clyde McPhatter Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. All Music News . Popular Clyde McPhatter Lyrics. 1. I Gotta Have You. 2. Deep Sea Ball.
Clyde Lensley McPhatter (November 15, c. 1932 – June 13, 1972) was an American rhythm and blues, soul and rock and roll singer. McPhatter's high-pitched tenor voice was steeped in the gospel music he sang in much of his early life. He was the lead tenor of the Mount Lebanon Singers, a gospel group he formed as a teenager
Clyde McPhatter jumped ship from Atlantic Records in 1959, persuaded by a hefty advance to sign with MGM Records. MGM was pouring time and money into reaching a rock & roll audience and McPhatter, riding high on solo hits like A Lover’s Question and his dynamite leads for the Drifters, seemed like a sure bet but things didn’t quite work out that way, as the light, string-laden numbers Clyde sung for MGM didn’t storm the charts
The resulting album also contains something of an update of Sixty Minute Man, which Clyde had originally recorded with The Dominoes in 1951. Disc: 1. Lover Please 2. Pretty Girls Everywhere 3. Money Honey 4. Don't Let Go 5. Rockin' Robin 6. Everybody Loves A Winner 7. Little Bitty Pretty One 8. Such A Night 9. Oh Lonesome Me 10. Next To Me 11. Sixty Minute Man 12.
Tracklist Hide Credits
Written-By – Bil Swan*
|B||Let's Forget About The Past
Written-By – Clyde McPhatter, J. Oliver*
- Record Company – Mercury Record Corporation
- Published By – Lyn-Lou Music Inc.
- Published By – Olimac Music
- Arranged By – Stan Applebaum
- Producer – Shelby Singleton*
Noteslabel variation, Lyn-Lou is above matrix on label differs from Clyde McPhatter - Lover Please
Side A published by Lyn-Lou.
Side B published by Olimac Music.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: BMI
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): YW23448
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): YW23450
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout): YW 23448 1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout): YW 23450 1
|71941||Clyde McPhatter||Lover Please / Let's Forget About The Past (7")||Mercury||71941||US||1962|
|45-AMT (I) 1174||Clyde McPhatter||Lover Please / Let's Forget About The Past (7")||Mercury||45-AMT (I) 1174||Ireland||1962|
|6007||Clyde McPhatter||Let's Forget About The Past (7", Single, Unofficial)||Audio Arts!||6007||Netherlands||Unknown|
|127 020 MCF||Clyde McPhatter||Lover Please (7")||Mercury||127 020 MCF||Norway||1962|
|71941||Clyde McPhatter||Lover Please (7", Promo)||Mercury||71941||US||1962|