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The Jaggerz, The Sermon - The Rapper / What A Day This Could Be mp3 album

The Jaggerz, The Sermon  - The Rapper / What A Day This Could Be mp3 album Performer: The Jaggerz
Title: The Rapper / What A Day This Could Be
Date of release: 1970
Size MP3: 1931 mb
Size FLAC: 1851 mb
Rating: 4.3
Format: AU AA AHX VOX MP3 AIFF MMF

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The Jaggerz are an American rock band from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. They came to national attention with their single "The Rapper" which was released on the Kama Sutra label. The Rapper" was in the Record World Charts and in the Billboard Hot 100 chart in March 1970. Having sold over one million copies the recording received a gold record awarded by the .

Album: We Went To Different Schools Together (1970). Charted: 2. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. This was written by Donnie Iris, who was the guitarist and vocalist of The Jaggerz. The term "Rap" has evolved over the years to describe a style of music, and a "Rapper" is now a person who performs this music, but as Iris explains, the term had significance even in 1969: "Now they call it hitting on somebody. When you were talking to somebody, you'd say, 'Yeah, I was rappin' to this chick,' and that's what we called it. It was a hip way of saying 'Talking. It's different now, but that's what it meant back then

The Jaggerz were honored two awards on New Year's Eve at The Fez in Aliquippa, PA. The first being a Citation from The Pennsylvania House of Representatives and the second was a Proclamation from the Beaver County Board of Commissioners. Presented by Beaver County Commissioner Tony Amadio and Paul Martino of KDKA. Tickets can be purchased at the door. 1 January ·. It looks like you may be having problems playing this video. If so, please try restarting your browser.

Their first album, Introducing the Jaggerz, was released in 1969. The album was only a minor success, mainly receiving airplay in Iris' native Beaver County and the rest of the greater Pittsburgh area. The band was also looking for a new guitarist, and upon learning of Ierace and his association with "The Rapper," he was recruited by frontman Rob Parissi. Ierace went on the road with the group for about the next year and was featured on their 1979 album Only the Wild Survive.

The Jaggerz from Pittsburgh are rarely noted as a top-notched blue-eyed soul group because most are only aware of their one big hit "The Rapper," which isn't soul music. But before cutting that one on Kama Sutra Records they did an album and dropped four singles for Kenny Gamble & Leon Huff's Gamble Records

Hey girl, I betcha, there's someone out to get ya, You'll find him anywhere, on a bus, in a bar, in a grocery store. Rap-a-rap-a-rap, they call him the Rapper. Rap, rap, rap, know what he's after. So he starts his rappin, hoping something will happen, He'll say he needs you, a companion, a girl he can talk to, He's made up his mind, he wants someone to sock it to. Find more lyrics at ※ Mojim. Rap, rap, rap, call him the Rapper.

Their first album, Introducing The Jaggerz, off the Gamble & Huff label from Philadelphia, PA best exemplifies what The Jaggerz were about. Jimmie Ross - Bassist, Brass and Vocals. The Jaggerz were managed by The Skyliners manager, Joe Rock. When they broke up, Jimmy Ross went on to join the Skyliners, while Iris joined WildCherry and went on to a solo career. The original members regrouped in 1989, released 2 CDs, and, as of mid 2006, two of the original members are still playing twenty to twenty five gigs annually. Original lead vocals and bass player Bill Maybray died in 2004 It is held on the Saturday after Thanksgiving Day ; that is, the last Saturday in November.

com MP3 Store has an audio clip of "The Rapper" by The Jaggerz on the album listed below. 70s Radio Hits - Jaggerz.

Tracklist

A1 The Jaggerz The Rapper
A2 The Jaggerz Born Poor
B1 The Sermon What A Day This Could Be
B2 The Sermon You´re Never Gonna Find Another Love

Notes

Fabricado Em Portugal