Yvonne Fair / Napoleon XIV - It Should Have Been Me / Ha Ha album flac
Title: It Should Have Been Me / Ha Ha
Style: Funk, Disco
MP3 album: 1408 mb
FLAC album: 1822 mb
Other formats: TTA DMF MP1 RA MIDI ASF FLAC
Genre: Electronic / Funk and Soul
This is Yvonne Fair’s cover version of It Should Have Been Me released in 1975. While it only reached on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, it became popular in the UK, reaching in 1976. It was featured on the Bridget Jones Diary 2 soundtrack, as well as the BBC sitcom The Vicar of Dibley special episode titled The Handsome Stranger (aired 25 December 2006) where Dawn French lip-synced the last chorus. It Should Have Been Me" Track Info. Written By Norman Whitfield & William Mickey Stevenson. The Bitch Is Black Yvonne Fair
They're Coming to Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa! is a 1966 novelty record written and performed by Jerry Samuels (billed as Napoleon XIV), and released on Warner Bros. The song became an instant success in the United States, peaking at No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 popular music singles chart on August 13 number 2 in Canada, and reaching No. 4 on the UK Singles Chart.
Jerry Samuels, aka Napoleon XIV, celebrated his 76th birthday two months ago on May 3rd, 2014. Matthew from Toronto, OnThis was actually a much bigger hit than the 1966 record charts reflected. Billboard has it at and Cashbox at but with the extremely short chart run (only 6 weeks total on Billboard), it failed to place on any year-end summary charts. Erik from Bloomfield Hills, MiThis song is even scarier sounding played backwards. When the chorus starts with the "Ha-haaaa!" part played backwards, it comes across as a horribly agonized-sounding scream. Doreen from Middletown, CtThis song was about a dog?! I find the details on the making of this song just as amusing as the song itself.
Jerry Samuels (born Jerrold Samuels on May 3, 1938), known by the stage name Napoleon XIV, is an American singer, songwriter and record producer. He achieved one-hit wonder status with the Top 5 hit novelty song "They're Coming to Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa!" in 1966. Under the name Scott David (his son's name), he co-wrote "As If I Didn't Know" with Larry Kusik, a top 10 hit for Adam Wade in 1961. Samuels also wrote "The Shelter of Your Arms", a top 20 hit for Sammy Davis Jr. in 1964.
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Студийный альбом от Napoleon XIV. Вышел 1966г. В альбом вошло 12 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 25:16. 1. Napoleon XIV. – They’re Coming to Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa! 02:10. 2. – I Live in a Split-Level Head. 3. – Photogenic, Schizophrenic You. 02:10. 4. – The Place Where the Nuts Hunt the Squirrels. 5. – Bats in My Belfry.
Napoleon XIV was actually Jerry Samuels, a 28-year-old recording engineer who had previously written small hit singles for pop crooners Johnny Ray and Sammy Davis, J. as well as making a conventional single of his own. "They're Coming to Take Me Away" was a sophisticated production feat for its time, with a maddening beat produced by tambourines, drums, and thigh slaps. Considering its title, For God's Sake, Stop the Feces!, it may have been better off remaining in the can. Samuels went on to a career as unpredictable as his hit smash, making his living for a time selling marijuana roach clips to head shops. That reissue CD combined the 1966 Napoleon XIV album with some additional material from the '60s and some later tracks recorded in 1995.
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Jerry Samuels, known by the stage name Napoleon XIV, is an American singer, songwriter and record producer. lt;p
|A1||–Yvonne Fair||It Should Have Been Me||3:34|
|A2||–Yvonne Fair||It Should Have Been Me||3:34|
|B1||–Napoleon XIV||Ha Ha|