Tony Joe White was the fourth album released by Tony Joe White, and the first he released for Warner Bros. It was produced by Peter Asher and recorded between December 1–12, 1970 at Sounds of Memphis Studio and Ardent Recording Studio, Memphis (engineered by Terry Manning). All tracks composed by Tony Joe White, except where indicated. Side one. "They Caught The Devil and Put Him in Jail in Eudora, Arkansas".
Album · 1969 · 12 Songs. In the tradition of great Southern novelists, backwoodsman Tony Joe White, who was born in Louisiana and raised on a cotton farm, could spin a yarn as familiar as any campfire conversation among friends. There’s undeniable regional authenticity to White’s work, both sonically (blues, gospel, rock 'n' roll, R&B) and narratively (the swamp characters in his songs are all based on people he knew).
By: Tony Joe White (1969, Rock). Lake Placid Blues by Tony Joe White. Closer To The Truth by Tony Joe White. View all albums . ontinued. By: Tony Joe White (1969, Rock). 1. Elements And Things.
Continued is the second album released by swamprocker Tony Joe White. Recorded at Monument Studios, Nashville and Lyn-Lou Studios, Memphis in 1969 and released the same year, the album contained the single "Roosevelt And Ira Lee". It was produced by Billy Swan and engineered by Tommy Strong and Mort Thomasson. The album contains the track "Rainy Night In Georgia" popularized by R&B vocalist Brook Benton in 1970. It reached on the Pop Singles and on the Adult Contemporary charts, respectively. The RIAA certified the single Gold for sales of one million copies
Label: Monument – MOC 8551. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Country: South Africa. More By Tony Joe White. See All. The Best of Tony Joe White.
Band Name Tony Joe White. Album Name Continued. Music StyleBlues Rock. Members owning this album0. 2. Roosevelt and Ira Lee. 3. Woodpecker.
Tony Joe White (July 23, 1943 – October 24, 2018), nicknamed the Swamp Fox, was an American singer-songwriter and guitarist, best known for his 1969 hit "Polk Salad Annie" and for "Rainy Night in Georgia", which he wrote but was first made popular by Brook Benton in 1970. He also wrote "Steamy Windows" and "Undercover Agent for the Blues", both hits for Tina Turner in 1989; those two songs came by way of Turner's producer at the time, Mark Knopfler, who was a friend of White
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