Hello Little Boy. Ruth Brown. Big John Greer (November 21, 1923 – May 12, 1972) was an American rhythm & blues tenor saxophonist and vocalist, best known for his recordings from 1949 to 1955, which included "Got You On My Mind" and "Bottle It Up And G. Born John Marshall Greer in Hot Springs, Arkansas, United States, he was a friend of Henry Glover from childhood, and both attended college at Alabama A&M together.
Got You on My Mind" b/w "Love Oh Careless Love". - Rhythm & Blues Years. Honey Hush" (Re-recording) b/w "Tomorrow Night". 53. - "Chains of Love" b/w "My Little Honey Dripper". - "My Reason for Living" b/w "Sweet Sue". Night Time Is the Right Time" b/w "Morning Glory". - Big Joe Turner Turns On the Blues. One Hour in Your Garden" b/w "You've Been Squeezin' My Lemons". - Still Boss of the Blues. The Boss of the Blues.
You got me thinking things I never used to I'm not the phone type, I'd rather be with you Sometimes I hold back from saying, "I miss you" But I miss you I have to admit, on this road I get lonely But you make me smile every time that you call me You let me be myself You don't. Laying in my bed, I'm just staring at the ceiling, baby I just wanna know if you feel what I'm feeling, baby Got you on my mind yeah, tell me what the deal is lately Yeah, deal is lately, deal is lately I'm a man of my word, girl believe that I'm a closed book but somehow you learn. to read that Know that I should relax, hate the way I react Thinking that I'm good but you know I'm 'bout to relapse Thinking that I'm good but you know I'm 'bout to relapse (Girl wake up let's go, all I can think of is you)
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Album · 2009 · 21 Songs. I Got My Discharge Papers. 2. Blues In The Night. 3. Goin' To Chicago Blues. Johnson And Turner Blues. 18. Sun Risin' Blues. 19. Rocks In My Bed. 3:16.
Joe Lynn Turner (born Joseph Arthur Mark Linquito, August 2, 1951) is an American singer, guitarist, songwriter, and producer. He is known for his work in the hard rock bands Rainbow and Deep Purple. During his career, Turner fronted and played guitar with pop rock band Fandango in the late 1970s; and in the early 1980s, he became a member of Rainbow, fronting the band and writing songs with guitarist, Ritchie Blackmore and bassist, and producer, Roger Glover.
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|45-2034||Joe Turner*||Got You On My Mind (7")||Atlantic||45-2034||US||1959|
|45-2034||Joe Turner*||Got You On My Mind (7", Promo)||Atlantic||45-2034||US||1959|
|DL 20 301||Joe Turner*||Got You On My Mind (7", Single)||London Records||DL 20 301||Germany||1959|