HENRY GLOVER: LA STORIA DEL ROCK

Henry glover ( 1921 – 1991) originario di New York, membro della Country Music Hall of fame e della Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. E’ stato uno dei personaggi più significativi del r’n’b e r’n’r, oltre ad essere anche compositore e arrangiatore . Trombettista in varie jam session( Buddy Johnson, Tin Bradshaw). Diventa anche produttore di talenti di stampo swing come Todd Rhodes già nella fine del 1940. Gli anni a seguire olti devono a lui il proprio successo, come Ray Charles e Areta Franklin, anche di John Lee Hooker. Fino ai decenni più recenti è produttore di gruppi come i The Hawks e i Ramones.

 

 

Canzoni scritte e arrangiate

 

* “7 Nights to Rock” – recorded by Nick Lowe

* “All My Love Belongs to You” – recorded by Bull Moose Jackson and The Platters

* “Annie Had a Baby” – recorded by Hank Ballard (as The Midnighters)

* “Baby, I’m Doin’ It” – recorded by Annisteen Allen

* “Baby, You’re Driving Me Crazy” – recorded by Joey Dee and the Starliters

* “Blues So Bad” – recorded by Levon Helm

* “Blues Stay Away from Me” – recorded by B. B. King, Merle Haggard, Harry James, k.d. lang and countless

* “Bongo Boogie” – recorded by Lucky Millinder

* “Boom Diddy Boom Boom” – recorded by Otis Williams and the Charms

* “Bradshaw Boogie” – recorded by Tiny Bradshaw

* “Breaking Up the House” – recorded by Tiny Bradshaw

* “Bump on a Log” – recorded by Lula Reed

* “California Sun” – recorded by The Rivieras, The Ramones and The Dictators

* “Cherry Wine” – recorded by Esther Phillips

* “Clap Your Hands” – recorded by Lucky Millinder

* “D’ Natural Blues” – recorded by Lucky Millinder

* “Down Boy Down” – recorded by Wynonie Harris

* “Drown in My Own Tears” – recorded by Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin, Etta James, Dinah Washington, Billy

* “Everybody Do the Chicken” – recorded by The Five Jets

* “Get Up Betty Jean” – (co-written with Toombs & Martin) – recorded by Titus Turner

* “Henry’s Got Flat Feet (Can’t Dance No More)” – recorded by Hank Ballard (as The Midnighters)

* “House With No Windows” – recorded by Hank Ballard

* “I Can’t Go On (Without You)” – recorded by Ella Fitzgerald

* “I Love You, Yes I Do” – recorded by The Platters, Dinah Washington, James Brown

* “I Want a Bowlegged Woman” – recorded by Bull Moose Jackson

* “I Want to Love You Baby” – recorded by Wynonie Harris

* “I’ll Be There” – recorded by Esther Phillips

* “I’m Going to Have Myself a Ball” – recorded by Tiny Bradshaw

* “I’m Set in My Ways” – (co-written with Singleton) – recorded by Titus Turner

* “I’m Sticking With You, Baby” – recorded by Little Willie John, Joe Williams

* “I’m Waiting Just for You” – recorded by Rosemary Clooney

* “I’ve Been Around” – recorded by Tiny Bradshaw

* “If I Thought You Needed Me” – recorded by Little Willie John

* “If You Don’t Think I’m Sinking” – recorded by Eddie Vinson

* “It Ain’t the Meat (It’s the Motion)” – recorded by Maria Muldaur, Southside Johnny

* “Jealous Love” – recorded by Lula Reed

* “Keep on Churnin’ (Till the Butter Comes)” – recorded by Wynonie Harris

* “Let’s Call It a Day” – recorded by Lula Reed

* “Love, Life and Money” – recorded by Marianne Faithfull

* “Lovin’ Machine” – recorded by Wynonie Harris

* “Me and my Crazy Self” – recorded by Lonnie Johnson, Jeff Healey

* “The More We Get Together” – (co-written with Titus Turner) – recorded by Titus Turner

* “My Little Baby” – (co-written with Nix) – recorded by Charles Brown and Amos Milburn

* “My Tissue Paper Heart” – (co-written with Mann) – recorded by Jimmie Osbourne

* “Nobody’s Lovin’ Me” – recorded by The Swallows, Lonnie Johnson

* “One Big Mouth (Two Big Ears)” – recorded by Joe Jones

* “Peppermint Twist” – recorded by Joey Dee and the Starliters, Sweet

* “Quiet Whiskey” – recorded by Wynonie Harris

* “Rain Down Tears” – recorded by Levon Helm, Hank Ballard

* “Ram-Bunk-Shush” – recorde by The Ventures

* “Rock Love” – recorded by Lula Reed

* “Rocket To The Moon” – recorded by Moon Mullican and Jools Holland

* “She’s Alright” – recorded by Sam & Dave

* “Silent George” – recorded by Lucky Millinder and Myra Johnson

* “Sioux Rock” – (co-written with Ray Felder) – recorded by The Sugar Canes

* “Soulville” – recorded by Dinah Washington, Aretha Franklin, The Zombies

* “Sticks and Stones” – recorded by Ray Charles, Manfred Mann, Joe Cocker and countless others

* “Teardrops on Your Letter” – recorded by Hank Ballard and Freddie King

* “That Was Me” – recorded by The Fiestas

* “To Forget About You” – recorded by Dinah Washington

* “Top Ten Rock” – (co-written with Fuller Todd) – recorded by Fuller Todd

* “Tremblin'” – recorded by Wynonie Harris

* “You Can Run but You Can’t Hide” – recorded by Paul Butterfield

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