| You Talk Too
Joe Jones Coverversion von Frankie Ford Answersong von Martha Nelson andere "You Talk Too Much" Titel Folktale in Djuna Barnes Nightwood Big Nick "Toc"
*12.08.1926 New Orleans
hatte seinen ersten Charterfolg 1958 mit "Every Night About Eight". Es reichte nur zu Platz 48 (14. 4.1958).
Talk Too Much / California Sun Roulette, #3 (24. 10.1960)
Coverversion von Frankie Ford
His first release for Imperial was »You Talk Too Much.« Joe Jones had cut the song for Roulette Records in New York and they put it on the shelf. They cut it exactly like Joe Jones' version. After the session, they took it to Los Angeles on a Monday night. It was mastered on Tuesday, and by Wednesday and Thursday it was pressed and being sent out. The public couldn't buy the Joe Jones version, so everyone was buying up the Frankie Ford 45. Imperial sold close to a million copies on Frankie's cover record. Frankie Ford
Frankie Ford sang his way to rock n roll immortality via the mega hit, »Sea Cruise« on Ace Records in 1959. The record has since become one of the biggest selling rock n roll records of all time; many millions have been sold all over the world. His second million seller was »You talk too much« which was a »cover« of the Joe Jones record: ironically, Frankies version outsold the Jones version due to record company problems that Joe Jones was involved with. Xentel - Frankie Ford
1960 "I Don't Talk Too Much"
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Zalman Yanovsky: "You Talk Too Much", 1967; ähnlicher Text wie Joe Jones
John Lee Hooker & Canned Heat: "You Talk Too Much", 1970
Run-D.M.C.: "You Talk Too Much"; unbekannte Erscheinungsdaten
George Thorogood: "You Talk Too Much", 1988
|"You Talk Too
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|Roger D. Abrahams, Hg. African American Folktales. Stories from Black Traditions in the New World. Pantheon Books, 1999. Taschenbuch, 352 Seiten|
|Henry Louis Gates Jr, Nellie Y. McKay, Hg. The Norton Anthology of African American Literature [With Cd-Rom]. Norton, 1997. Taschenbuch, 2710 Seiten|
|Djuna Barnes. Nightwood
Robin zu Jenny
"You talk all the time and you never know anything." p.66
|"I mean, you keep on
But you don't know where to turn it off."
Big Nick "Toc" and the Howard Biggs Orchestra: Jibba Jab Vik 0248;
Re-release 50's Rockers Vol.1 Lenox 1011