Thats Alright Mama

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  1. Jul 01,  · The song in question was “That’s All Right” by Arthur “Big Boy” Crudup, and Elvis’ unrehearsed performance of it—recorded by Sam Phillips on .
  2. Anyone expecting to hear Elvis' primal influence on That's All Right, Mama, a compilation of 22 songs Crudup recorded for the RCA-affiliated Bluebird label between and , might be a bit disappointed -- for the most part, this is rough-and-ready rural blues, dominated by Crudup's big, boomy voice and simple but efficient guitar runs 10/
  3. Song facts. From Wikipedia: “That’s All Right” is a song written and originally performed by blues singer Arthur is best known as the first single recorded and released by Elvis Presley. Presley’s version was recorded on July 5, , and released on July 19, with “Blue Moon of Kentucky” as the B-side. It is # on the Rolling Stone magazine list of the “
  4. Paul McCartney: vocals, bass John Lennon: rhythm guitar George Harrison: lead guitar Ringo Starr: drums. The Beatles recorded ‘That’s All Right (Mama)’, Elvis Presley’s debut single, for the fifth edition of the Pop Go The Beatles radio show.. It was recorded on 2 July , and first broadcast on 16 Beatles performed the song at Maida Vale Studios in London, along with.
  5. That’s All Right Lyrics: Well, that's all right, mama / That's all right for you / That's all right mama, just anyway you do / Well, that's all right, that's all right / That's all right now.
  6. That's All Right, Mama Words & Music by Arthur Crudup 'That's All Right' was written and originally recorded by Arthur Crudup in as 'That's All Right, Mama'. 'That's All Right' was the first single released by Elvis Presley, recorded in July , and released on 19 July with 'Blue Moon of Kentucky' as the B-side.
  7. Apr 07,  · Presley was halfway into his first recording session, with Sun Records' Sam Phillips, when Presley pulled out "Big Boy" Crudup's blues obscurity "That's All Right," and the world changed.
  8. Apr 28,  · # ## That’s Alright Mama chords Elvis Presley A A Well, that's alright, mama That's alright for you A7 That's alright mama, just anyway you do D Well, that's alright, that's alright. E E7 A That's alright now mama, anyway you do A Mama she done told me, Papa done told me too 'Son, that gal your foolin' with, A7 She ain't no good for you.
  9. rows · "That's All Right" is the name of the first single released by Elvis Presley, written and .

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