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Let the Good Times Roll" is a song that was recorded by Shirley and Lee in 1956. This song was written by the duo, Shirley Goodman (later Shirley Pixley) and Leonard Lee, and by September 8, 1956 had climbed to number 20 in the US chart. The song has a strong steady beat, much of which was provided by the drummer Earl Palmer. The song was covered by Harry Nilsson on the album Nilsson Schmilsson.
These songs gave Shirley and Lee their stage name, and each new release continued the saga of these presumed teenage sweethearts, which added to the duo’s popularity, though they were never romantically involved; Shirley married contractor Calvin Z. Pixley in 1955. Although both Shirley and Lee sang, theirs was often a call-and-response style rather than a two-part harmony. Flagging sales prompted Shirley and Lee to change their song topics, starting with Feels So Good in 1955.
Shirley Goodman and Leonard Lee were part of a teenage group which harmonized in church and on street corners. The kids pooled their allowances and one day after school they recorded a song they'd been rehearsing. A few months later, Aladdin Records' Eddie Mesner was in New Orleans looking for talent when Matassa played him the kids' tape.
Shirley & Lee. The Complete Singles As & Bs 1952-1962.
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Songs of Light - the Shirley Ann Lee album that never was, according to Numero - figured prominently on Downriver Revival, highlighted by Lee’s genre-bending There’s a Light. That song’s use of Eastern influences against a mysterious, indefinable rhythm foreshadowed the raw, homemade (and often eclectic) blend of gospel, country, blues and soul that this 18-song collection brings. The recordings that would become Songs of Light were originally produced for Felton Williams’ Revival label, for its briefly lived Shirley Ann Lee Radio Hour
Produced by Leonard Lee. Album Let the Good Times Roll. Let the Good Times Roll Lyrics. Come on baby let the good times roll Come on baby let me thrill your soul Come on baby let the good times roll Roll all night long. Come on baby yes this is this This is the something I just can't miss Come on baby let the good times roll Roll all night long. Written By Shirley Goodman. Recorded At New Orleans, Louisiana.
Shirley And Lee – I Want To Dance. Martin Solveig Feat Lee Fields – I Want You (Original). Martin Solveig feat Lee Fields – I Want Electro For You. 2:30. Shirley And Lee – That's What I Want To Do. 4:26. финал Martin Solveig feat Lee Fields – I Want You. 0:08. Martin Solveig feat Lee Fields – I Want You.
|Let The Good Times Roll|
|Rock All Night|
|Feel So Good (Feel So Fine)|
|That's What I'll Do|
|Don't You Know I Love You?|
|Why Did I?|
|I Feel Good|
|I'll Thrill You|
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