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Mr Jamo - Shake What You Brought With You album flac Performer: Mr Jamo
Title: Shake What You Brought With You
Style: Funk
Released: 1970
Country: US
MP3 album: 1628 mb
FLAC album: 1549 mb
Rating: 4.6
Other formats: VQF AC3 DTS VOC FLAC VOX WAV
Genre: Funk and Soul

Shake What You Brought With You (Part I). Producer – Jamo Thomas, Stan WatsonWritten-By – Dorsey, Thomas, Watson. Producer – Bob RobinWritten-By – Robert Parker.

Mr Jamo, Shake What You Brought With Yo. .Recorded at Singleton Sound Studio Nashville,

Shake You Down is the debut album from R&B singer-songwriter Gregory Abbott. It was self-written and produced, being released by Columbia Records in 1986. In the US, two singles were released from the record (Europe saw a third single-release with "You're My Angel"); the title track was a massive hit single, reaching the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 in '86. The other, "I Got The Feelin' (It's Over) was an R&B hit, as well, reaching number 5 on that chart.

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What Is The Time, Mr. Templar?Original Mix. The Persuader.

The album was recorded with three producers at Nada Recording Studio. Three song demos were recorded in drummer Matt Pelissier’s attic, so the rough cuts of Skylines and Turnstiles, Our Lady Of Sorrows and Cubicles are consequently referred to as the attic demos. The tracks later appeared on the band’s greatest hits album, May Death Never Stop You. This record set a precedent for all the others - following a distinct storyline. Way obviously found Houdini an interesting painting subject, but his admiration of him is also brought up in the music video for MCR’s hit from their sophomore album, I’m Not Okay (I Promise). At the beginning of the video, before the song truly starts, fellow band member Ray Toro explains to Way why he’ll never make it – and lists his fondness of Houdini as one of the reasons why: You like D&D, Audrey Hepburn, Fangoria, Harry Houdini and croquet.

Tracklist

A Shake What You Brought With You-Part I 2:31
B Shake What You Brought With You-Part II 2:22

Credits

  • Arranged By – Anthony Dorsey
  • Producer – Stan & Jamo
  • Written-By – A. Dorsey*, J. Thomas*, S. Watson*

Notes

Silk Publ. Co. (BMI)

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SSS-798 Mr. Jamo* Shake What You Brought With You ‎(7") SSS International SSS-798 US 1970
SSS-798 Mr. Jamo* Shake What You Brought With You ‎(7", Single, Promo) SSS International SSS-798 US 1970