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9 thoughts on “ Proud Mary - The Hackberry Ramblers* - Deep Water (CD, Album) ”

  1. Laced with the emotive performances for which swamp pop is well known, the album focuses on soul and R&B material. This track CD is an impressive regional release. (Mouton).
  2. Check out Proud Mary by Creedence Clearwater Revival on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on glycufafutolalnaijouparseoholdweb.coinfo(56).
  3. Jun 17,  · For over six decades, The Hackberry Ramblers have played a toe-tapping blend of Cajun music and Western Swing, with a dash of Gulf Coast 'swamp pop', rock & roll and classic country. This exuberant sound bursts out of the band's Grammy-nominated album Deep Water, which includes distinguished guests Rodney Crowell, Marcia Ball, Michael Doucet, and Jimmie Dale Gilmore.5/5(3).
  4. Oct 26,  · Proud Mary Bayou Country Lyrics: Left a good job in the city, Workin' for The Man ev'ry night and day, And I never lost one minute of sleepin', Worryin' 'bout the way things might have been. CHORUS: Big wheel keep on turnin', Proud Mary keep on burnin', Rollin', rollin', rollin' on the river. Cleaned a lot of plates in Memphis.
  5. The Hackberry Ramblers never got rich playing their mix of Cajun, swing, pop and rockabilly, but recent decades brought them belated recognition. The Ramblers attended the Grammy Awards in New York City in , the year their CD, “Deep Water,” received a nomination for best traditional folk album.
  6. "Proud Mary" is a rock ’n’ roll song written by John Fogerty and first recorded by his band Creedence Clearwater Revival. It was released by Fantasy Records as a single from the band's second studio album, Bayou Country, which was issued by the same record company in January The single is generally considered to have been released in early January , although at least one source .
  7. Mar 21,  · John Harris goes deep into the heart of Louisiana for Mardi Gras, a time when the Cajun sound is embedded in people's lives, loves and rituals - from hog .
  8. The Hackberry Ramblers performed a multi-genre blend that was primarily based on Cajun music and western swing from to In addition the band’s improbably eclectic repertoire featured R&B and Gulf Coast swamp-pop, early twentieth-century popular songs, miscellaneous novelty numbers such as “A Little Rendezvous in Honolulu,” early.

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