Henson Cargill - Skip A Rope / A Very Well Traveled Man mp3 flac
Off the Oklahoman's 1969 album "Skip A Rope". A Very Well Traveled Man. Исполнитель. SME (от лица компании "Legacy Recordings").
Artist: Henson Cargill. Album: A Very Well Travelled Man. Appears On (Mixes): Revme. Song Notes: Here's a real old one from someone whom probably no one here knows. Henson Cargill was a local singer, who was trying to make it big in Nashville. He had a few singles and a few near-misses, but this one actually was a hit. A pretty big hit, in fact
Album by Henson Cargill. was covered in. Skip a Rope by Joe Tex (1968).
Skip a Rope' is a 1967 single by Henson Cargill. The single was Cargill's debut release on the country charts and also his most successful single. Skip a Rope" was Cargill's sole No. 1 on the country charts, spending five weeks at the top and a total of 16 weeks on the chart. Skip a Rope" crossed over to the Top 40, peaking at No. 25. The song asked listeners to pay attention to what children would say as they played.
All American Cowboy A Very Well Traveled Man. close. Henson Cargill – Skip a Rope. Oh, listen to the children while they play, Now ain't it kinda funny what the children say, Skip a rope. Daddy hates mommy, mommy hates dad, Last night you shoulda heard the fight they had, Gave little sister another bad dream, She woke us all up with a terrible scream.
A Very Well Traveled Man. Written-By – Jim Robinson (4). 2:24. Companies, etc. Record Company – Monument Record Corp. Skip A Rope (7", Single). Skip A Rope, A Very Well Traveled Man (7", Single, Promo).
Cargill's lower-charting hits and album tracks could be pricklier and more ambiguous, sometimes using vague philosophical musings as an excuse to wallow in depictions of domestic abuse, murder, and other unpleasant business
The title song of this album is the only song this particular country artist is really known for, and anyone that has heard it will probably not forget it. It wouldn't have been possible as a radio hit in any other era but the '60s, the age of the cynical anti-hero.
The album needed better material than this to really stand up and although there are a few pretty good tracks, nothing is anywhere near the level of the mighty "Skip a Rope. Tracklist: 01. It's Over 02. By the Time I Get to Phoenix 03. A Very Well Traveled Man 04. Distant Drums 05. Skip a Rope 06. Saginaw, Michigan 07. Green Green Grass of Home 08. Just as Much as Ever 09. Black Jack County Chain 10. Four Long Seasons 11. Little Girls and Little Boys. Dynamic Range Report.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||Skip A Rope
Written-By – Glenn D. Tubb*, Jack Moran
|B||A Very Well Traveled Man
Written-By – Jim Robinson
- Record Company – Monument Record Corp.
- Producer – Don Law
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): F10W-2169
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): F10W-2167
- Rights Society: GEMA
|45-1041||Henson Cargill||Skip A Rope (7")||Monument||45-1041||US||1967|
|mon 1015||Henson Cargill||Skip A Rope (7", Single)||Monument||mon 1015||UK||1968|
|45-1041||Henson Cargill||Skip A Rope (7", Single, Promo)||Monument||45-1041||US||1967|
|45-1041||Henson Cargill||Skip A Rope (7", Pin)||Monument||45-1041||US||1967|
|45-1041||Henson Cargill||Skip A Rope / A Very Well Traveled Man (7")||Monument||45-1041||Netherlands||1967|