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Shes All I Got - Freddie North - Friend (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. "She's All I Got" is a song written by Gary U.S. Bonds and Jerry Williams Jr.. It has been recorded by several artists. The first version, released in by Freddie North, was a Top 40 U.S. pop hit, and a version by Johnny Paycheck was a number 2 U.S. country hit that same year. A second country music version was released on Conway Twitty's Decca LP I Can't See .
  2. Freddie North recorded this tune before Johnny Paycheck had his country Top 5 cover hit record of this classic. This was recorded at the Quinn Ivy studios in Sheffield, Alabama in Superb 45, I like it so much I have a couple of extra spares.
  3. Freddie North scored the first hit version of "She's All I Got," the country-soul standard co-written by Gary "U.S." Bonds and Swamp Dogg. North brought "She's All I Got" to number ten on the Billboard Black Singles chart and 39 on the Hot , just prior to Johnny Paycheck turning it into a number two country smash. For North, it was the culmination of a decade working .
  4. Oct 22,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Freddie North - She's All I Got YouTube Freddie North- Ain't Nothing In the News (But The Blues) - Duration: soulfuljakazz07 3, views.
  5. Aug 15,  · Freddie North; Album She's All I got; Licensed to YouTube by The Orchard Music (on behalf of Jukebox Entertainment); EMI Music Publishing, Wixen Music Publishing, Music Sales (Publishing), BMI.
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  7. LP (12" album, 33 rpm) BO-KEYS (Artist) Format: Vinyl. The Bo-Keys aren’t the first to put a soulful spin on these song; Swamp Dogg’s “Don’t Take Her (She’s All I Got)” started as a soul side before turning country, as did Curly Putnam’s “Set Me Free,” which had been given soulful treatments by Charlie Rich, Joe Tex, Van /5(7).
  8. Excellent lost southern soul LP for the Mankind subsidiary of Nashboro/Excello. Freddie North sings in a sweet southern style, and he's backed by a nice set of professional arrangements by Jerry Williams. The record was recorded both in Muscle Shoals and Philly, for a mix of styles that was LP, Vinyl record album.