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Ricky Nelson  - Album Seven By Rick album flac Performer: Ricky Nelson
Title: Album Seven By Rick
Style: Ballad, Rock & Roll
Released: 1981
Country: US
MP3 album: 1878 mb
FLAC album: 1393 mb
Rating: 4.1
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Genre: Rock / Pop

Great rock 'n roll album from Ricky and his combo as usual. Tidbit: The Blues Magoos totally ripped off James Burton's intro on "Summertime" to use as the riff for "(We Ain't Got) Nothin' Yet" 4 years later! Reply Notify me Helpful.

Band Name Ricky Nelson. Album Name Album Seven by Rick. Erscheinungsdatum 1962. Labels Liberty Records London Recordings Imperial. Musik GenreRock'n'Roll. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen0.

Nelson's first album, Ricky, was released in October 1957 and hit before the end of the year Nelson grew increasingly dissatisfied performing with older jazz and country session musicians, who were openly contemptuous of rock and roll. On May 8, 1961 (his 21st birthday), he officially modified his recording name from "Ricky Nelson" to "Rick Nelson". His childhood nickname proved hard to shake, especially among the generation who had watched him grow up on "Ozzie and Harriet". Even in the 1980s, when Nelson realized his dream of meeting Carl Perkins, Perkins noted that he and "Ricky" were the last of the "rockabilly breed.

Ricky Nelson is the second album by teen idol Ricky Nelson, released in 1958. The album contained Ricky Nelson's first composition, "Don't Leave Me This Way", and a track written by his lead guitarist James Burton along with bass player James Kirkland called "There Goes My Baby".

In a sense, this meant that a disc like Album Seven by Rick tended to consist of tracks that hadn't already been chosen as singles, presumably because they were deemed weaker than the ones that were picked. Be that as it may, the album is a good set of songs mostly written for Nelson by his old guard of songwriters - Sharon Sheeley ("Thank You Darling," with Jackie DeShannon), Dorsey Burnette ("Excuse Me Baby," "Mad Mad World"), and Baker Knight ("Stop Sneakin' 'Round") - and the. new boys Fuller ("Congratulations," "Poor.

- Album Seven By Rick. Best Sellers By Rick Nelson. Rick Nelson Sings "For You". Congratulations" b/w "One Minute To One" (from Songs By Ricky).

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Summertime
Written By – G. Gershwin-D.B. Hayward
2:12
A2 Congratulations
Written-By – Jerry Fuller
2:16
A3 Baby You Don't Know
Written By – J. Fuller-D. Burgess
1:48
A4 I Can't Stop Loving You
Written-By – Don Gibson
2:38
A5 Excuse Me Baby
Written-By – D. Burnette*
2:38
A6 History Of Love
Written By – J. Fuller-D. Burgess
2:03
B1 Today's Teardrops
Written By – A. Schroeder-Gene Pitney
2:06
B2 Mad Mad World
Written-By – D. Burnette*
2:01
B3 Thank You Darling
Written By – Sheeley-De Shannon
1:37
B4 Poor Loser
Written-By – Jerry Fuller
2:21
B5 Stop Sneakin' 'Round
Written-By – Baker Knight
2:42
B6 There's Not A Minute
Written By – C. Ballard, Jr.-F. Tobias
2:24

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LP 9167, LP-9167 Rick Nelson* Album Seven By Rick ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Imperial, Imperial LP 9167, LP-9167 US 1962
4C058-61357 Rick Nelson* Album Seven By Rick ‎(LP, Album, RE) Liberty 4C058-61357 Belgium 1967
LP 9167 Rick Nelson* Album Seven By Rick ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Imperial LP 9167 US 1962
LP 9167 Rick Nelson* Album Seven By Rick ‎(LP, Album, Mono, M/Print) Imperial LP 9167 US Unknown
LP 9167 Ricky Nelson Album Seven By Rick ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Imperial LP 9167 Canada 1962