Title: The Blues Collection: I Hear You Knocking
Style: Boogie Woogie, Chicago Blues, Country Blues, Delta Blues
Format: MP3 FLAC MP1 AUD DTS MMF DXD APE MP4
FLAC size: 1627 mb | MP3 size: 1407 mb | WMA size: 1916 mb
I Hear You Knocking" (or "I Hear You Knockin'") is a rhythm and blues song written by Dave Bartholomew. New Orleans rhythm and blues singer Smiley Lewis first recorded the song in 1955. The lyrics tell of the return of a former lover who is rebuffed. I Hear You Knocking" reached number two on the Billboard R&B singles chart in 1955, making it Lewis's most popular and best-known song.
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Album titlle: I Hear You Knocking (LP). Year of publication 1986. Despite his booming pipes, equally suited to belting jumping blues, blistering rockers, or sentimental ballads, Lewis somehow only managed to dent the R&B charts four times (at least Turner temporarily managed to cash in during rock and roll's primordial wave, even guesting in one of the era's first quickie rock flicks). Smiley's best hope of crossing over to the pop hit parade the way his labelmate Fats Domino did time and again was dashed when pop chanteuse Gale Storm blandly covered his R&B smash I Hear You Knocking in the fall of 1955 for Dot Records, a company that. I Hear You Knocking wasn't the only time that a song Smiley had introduced on Imperial was borrowed by another artist who fared considerably better with it.
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|2||–Dinah Washington||Evil Gal Blues|
|3||–Lonnie Johnson||He's A Jelly Roll Baker|
|4||–Billie Holiday||Them There Eyes|
|5||–Ella Fitzgerald||My Happiness|
|6||–Big Joe Turner||Everyday I Have The Blues|
|7||–Dinah Washington||Stariway To The Stars|
|8||–Mississippi John Hurt||Nobody's Business But Mine|
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|12||–Jimmy Reed||Boogie In The Dark|
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|14||–Dinah Washington||Joy Juke|
|15||–Big Joe Turner||I Hear You Knockin'|
|16||–Ella Fitzgerald||People Will Say Were In Love|
|17||–Dinah Washington||Walking Blues|
|18||–Billie Holiday||I Wished On The Moon|
|19||–Robert Johnson||Love In Vain|
|20||–Big Joe Williams||Sinking Blues|
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