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Ram Jam - Black Betty / I Should Have Known Album

Ram Jam - Black Betty / I Should Have Known Album
Title:
Black Betty / I Should Have Known
Performer:
Ram Jam
Style:
Hard Rock, Classic Rock
Released:
1977
Catalog:
8-50357
Country:
US
MP3 album size:
2113 mb
FLAC album size:
1206 mb
Genre:
Label:
Epic

Tracklist


1Black Betty
Producer – Kasenetz-KatzWritten-By – H. Ledbetter
2:32
2I Should Have Known
Producer – William E. BartlettWritten-By – W. Bartlett
4:45


Notes


® "Epic" Marca Reg. Printed in U.S.A.


Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): ZSS 162911
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): ZSS 162912


Companies


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Inc.


Album


Ram Jam is the debut studio album by American rock band Ram Jam in 1977. The first track on the album, the single Black Betty, is Ram Jam's best known song. It went to 7 on the UK singles chart in September 1977. The album reached No. 34 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart in the United States. The band was re-christened American Ram Jam for the UK market to avoid confusion with a UK band with the same name. Ram Jam - I Should Have Known black betty B-side Written by Bill the video for Black Betty from Ram Jam's The Definitive 70's for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Some sources claim it is one of Lead Belly's many adaptations of earlier folk material in this case an 18th century marching cadence about a flint-lock rifle. In 1977, the rock band Ram Jam - whose members included Bill Bartlett, formerly of Starstruck and The Lemon Pipers - rerecorded the song with producers Jerry Kasenetz and Jeff Katz under Epic Records. Ram Jam : Black Betty - I Should Have Known,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. Black Betty 02:32 B. I Should Have Known 04:45. Total Time 07:17. About this release. 7 vinyl single released 1977 on Epic Records. Thanks to Bosh66 for the addition. Buy RAM JAM - BLACK BETTY, I SHOULD HAVE KNOWN music. More places to buy metal & RAM JAM music. CDUniverse - Specializing in the sale of domestic and imported music CDs and Imports. Black Betty, I Should Have Known Contents. Album infos. Buy music. Member Zone. Username . Ram Jam were a short-lived band from New York City, and this was their only hit. While the lyrical content is pretty standard folkblues material - about a black woman from Alabama who has a wild child, Ram Jam took some heat because some civil rights groups felt the lyrics were disrespectful to black women. When it came on Black Betty we just looked at each other and headed straight to the record shop where we bought the 8 track. We couldn't wait to listen to it. Walter from Antwerp, BelgiumThe earliest known recording of 'Black Betty' was made by he Lomaxes in Sugarland Prison TX in 1933. Black Betty Lyrics: Whoa, Black Betty bam-ba-lam, Whoa, Black Betty bam-ba-lam, Black Betty had a child bam-ba-lam, The damn thing gone wild bam-ba-lam, She said I'm worryin' outta mind. Track 1 On. Ram Jam. View Tracklist. Black Betty. Eventually became Ram Jams only recognizable hit. Produced by. Kasenetz Katz. Line 5 Instead of She said Im worryin' outta mind bam-ba-lam should be Said it werent none of mine bam-ba-lam. Shop 20 records for sale for album Black betty i should have known by Ram Jam on CDandLP in Vinyl and CD Jam is the debut studio album by American rock band Ram Jam in 1977. The first track on the album, the single Black. i Golden Classicsi with a bonus track, I Should Have Known, which was originally the B-side to the Black Betty single. p h2 Track listingh2 p ol li a href pagesw108136579207308 Black Bettya. a href pagesw108621172495043 Huddie Ledbettera - 3:57li li Let It All Out Bill Bartlett - 3:59li li Keep Your Hands on the Wheel Mike Millius, Thom Graves - 3:34li li Rig. Should I Stay or Should I GoRemastered. The Clash. bam-ba-lam Whoa, Black Betty bam-ba-lam She really gets me high bam-ba-lam You know that's no lie bam-ba-lam She's so rock steady bam-ba-lam And she's always ready bam-ba-lam Whoa, Black Betty bam-ba-lam Whoa, Black Betty bam-ba-lam Get it Whoa, Black Betty bam-ba-lam Whoa, Black Betty bam-ba-lam She's from Birmingham bam-ba-lam Way down in Alabam' bam-ba-lam Well, she's shakin' that thing bam-ba-lam Boy, she makes me sing bam-ba-lam Whoa, Black Betty bam-ba-lam Whoa, Black Betty Bam-ba-lam