Bony Moronie смотреть последние обновления за сегодня на .
Larry Williams (May 10, 1935 January 7, 1980) was an American rhythm and blues and rock and roll singer, songwriter and pianist from New Orleans, Louisiana. Williams is best known for writing and recording some rock and roll classics from 1957 to 1959 for Specialty Records, including "Bony Moronie", "Short Fat Fannie", "Bad Boy", "Dizzy Miss Lizzie" and "She Said Yeah," which were later covered by British Invasion groups and other artists. John Lennon, in particular, was a fan of Williams, recording several of his songs over the course of his career. "Bony Maronie" is listed as one of the Top 500 songs that shaped Rock and Roll. Williams lived a life mixed with tremendous success and violence-fueled drug addiction. He was a long-time friend of Little Richard. As a child in New Orleans, Williams learned how to play piano. When he was a teenager, he and his family moved to Oakland, California, where he joined a local R&B group called the Lemon Drops. In 1954, when he was 19 years old, Williams went back to New Orleans for a visit. He began work as Lloyd Price's valet and developed a friendship with Little Richard Penniman, who was recording at the time in New Orleans. Price and Penniman were both recording for Specialty Records at the time. Williams was introduced to Specialty's house producer, Robert Blackwell, and was signed to record. In 1957, Little Richard was Specialty's biggest star, but bolted from Rock and Roll to pursue the ministry. Williams was quickly groomed by Blackwell to try to replicate his success. Using the same raw, shouting vocals and piano-driven intensity, Williams scored with a number of hit singles. Williams' three biggest successes were "Short Fat Fannie", which was his first hit, reaching #5 in Billboard's pop chart, "High School Dance", which also made #5, and "Bony Moronie", which peaked at #14. Both "Short Fat Fanny" and "Bony Moronie" sold over one million copies, gaining gold discs. Several of his songs achieved later success as revivals by The Beatles ("Bad Boy", "Slow Down", and "Dizzy Miss Lizzy"); The Rolling Stones ("She Said Yeah"); and John Lennon's versions of "Bony Moronie" and "Dizzy Miss Lizzy". Williams had been involved with underworld activity since his early teens, and had reputedly been a pimp before he ever recorded music. After 1957 Williams did not have much success selling records. He recorded a number of songs in 1958 and 1959, including "Heebie Jeebies", with band members such as Plas Johnson on tenor sax and Alvin "Red" Tyler on baritone, Barney Kessel on guitar, Gerald Wilson on trumpet, Ernie Freeman or Williams himself on piano, and Earl Palmer on drums. He was convicted of dealing narcotics in 1960 and served a jail term, setting back his career considerably. Williams made a comeback in the mid-1960s with a funky soul band that included Johnny "Guitar" Watson, which paired him musically with Little Richard who had been lured back into secular music. He produced two Little Richard albums for Okeh Records in 1966 and 1967, which returned Little Richard to the Billboard album chart for the first time in ten years and spawned the hit single Poor Dog. He also acted as the music director for the Little Richard's live performances at the Okeh Club. Bookings for Little Richard during this period skyrocketed. Williams also recorded and released material of his own and with Watson, with some moderate chart success. This period may have garnered few hits but produced some of his best and most original work. Williams also began acting in the 1960s, appearing on film in Just for the Hell of It (1968), The Klansman (1974), and Drum (1976). In the 1970s, there was also a brief dalliance with disco, but Williams' wild lifestyle continued. By the middle of the decade, the drug abuse and violence was taking its toll. In 1977, Williams pulled a gun on and threatened to kill his long-time friend, Little Richard, over a drug debt. They were both living in Los Angeles and addicted to cocaine. Little Richard bought drugs from him, arranged to pay him later, but did not show up because he was high. Williams was furious. He hunted him down but ended up showing compassion on his long-time friend after Little Richard repaid the debt. This, along with other factors, led to Little Richard's return to born again Christianity and the ministry, but Williams would not escape LA's seedy underworld. ~SOURCE: Wikipedia PLEASE NOTE: I divided my uploads among multiple channels, Bookmark this link in your browser for instant access to an index with links to all of John1948's oldies classics. LINK: 🤍
Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Bony Moronie (Remastered 2010) · John Lennon Rock 'N' Roll ℗ 2010 Calderstone Productions Limited (a division of Universal Music Group) Released on: 2010-01-01 Producer: Phil Spector Studio Personnel, Remix Engineer, Engineer: Roy Cicala Studio Personnel, Asst. Recording Engineer: Jim Iovine Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Greg Calbi Composer: Larry Williams Auto-generated by YouTube.
"Bony Moronie" is Larry Williams' third single, which has been covered many times, including a version translated into Spanish re-named "Popotitos". Williams' original peaked at #14 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and #4 on the U.S. R&B chart. Among the many artists who have covered the song are John Lennon for his 1975 album, Rock 'n' Roll, The Who as a 1971 live performance included on their 1994 compilation Thirty Years of Maximum R&B, Dr. Feelgood on their 1974 album, Down by the Jetty , Johnny Winter on his 1975 album, 'Captured Live!, Julie Covington for the 1977 Amnesty International benefit show The Mermaid Frolics. In 1975 a 'single' by Australian band "Hush" achieved the number one position in their country. Hush was a 1970s Australian glam rock pop group and became famous during frequent appearances on the ABC show Countdown for live concerts and teenagers, and they would not have come into existence without the superb John Koutts on drums. Hush were formed, with Keith Lamb on vocals, in the Sydney suburb of Seven Hills in 1971 as a five piece band including a keyboardist. Keyboardist Chris Nolan had previously been with a band called Grandmars Observers. Hush first came to attention when they made the NSW finals of Australia's national rock band competition Hoadley's Battle of the Sounds in 1972. They first made the Australian charts in October 1973 with their own composition, "Get The Feeling". By this time they were down to the "classic" four-piece line-up of Keith Lamb (vocals), Les Gock (guitar), Rick Lum (bass) and Chris "Smiley" Pailthorpe (drums). By the time they made #1 on the charts in September 1975 with a rocked up, driving version of Larry Williams, "Bony Moronie", they were riding the wave of the glam-rock craze in Australia. They were well placed to make an unforgettable performance on pop TV show Countdown's early colour episodes with their colourful outfits, they were one of the bands who got the gig. In 1976 they added a second guitarist, Jacques De Jongh. Rick Lum left soon after. (extract from Wikipedia 2011)
Rock N Roll Experience is where you can find all the greatest Rock & Roll music! Find your favourite songs and artists, and (re)discover the classic hits. From Elvis Presley and Buddy Holly to little Richard or Chuck Berry, you can find it all on Rock N Roll Anthems!. Subscribe now and never miss a video.
Provided to YouTube by Columbia/Legacy Bony Moronie · Johnny Winter Saints & Sinners ℗ 1974 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment Released on: 1995-03-13 Producer: Rick Derringer Composer, Lyricist: Larry Williams Reissue Producer: Amy Herot Engineer: Shelly Yakus Drums: Richard Hughes Engineer: Bill Szymczyk Engineer: Roger Nichols Bass: Randy Hobbs Engineer: Dan Barbiero Engineer: Allen Blazek Engineer: Jimmy Lovine Mastering Engineer: Mark Wilder Auto-generated by YouTube.
Larry Williams - Bony Moronie (1957) Musique présente dans le film Christine lorsque Christine s'attaque à Will Darnell. Christine (John Carpenter's Christine) est un film d'horreur réalisé par John Carpenter et sorti en 1983. Adapté du roman éponyme de Stephen King sorti la même année, le film raconte l'histoire d'une automobile surnaturelle et malveillante qui prend petit à petit le contrôle de l'adolescent qui l'a achetée et qui tue ceux qui essaient de les séparer.
Provided to YouTube by Legacy/Columbia Bony Moronie (Live) · Johnny Winter Johnny Winter: A Rock N' Roll Collection ℗ 1976 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment Released on: 1994-01-25 Composer, Lyricist: L. Williams Mastering Engineer: David Mitson Guitar: Floyd Radford Drums: Richard Hughes Bass: Randy Jo Hobbs Auto-generated by YouTube.
Provided to YouTube by Blue Sky Bony Moronie (Live in California - September 1975) · Johnny Winter Captured Live ℗ 1976 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment Released on: 1990-01-16 Composer, Lyricist: Lawrence Williams Engineer: Ray Thompson Background Vocal, Bass: Randy Jo Hobbs Engineer: Shelly Yakus Assistant Engineer: David Thoerner Guitar: Floyd Radford Mastering Engineer: Greg Calbi Drums: Richard Hughes Auto-generated by YouTube.
Bony Moronie (Williams) by Larry Williams The singer-songwriter’s top-15 follow-up to his debut hit “Short Fat Fannie.” See also the flip-side “You Bug Me Baby.” THE 1957 HITS ARCHIVE - here in one place, a good-quality library of original-release-version best-sellers and songs that made an impact that were either released or enjoyed a major chunk of their popularity within the calendar year 1957 (some were recorded in 1956).
Interesting experiment by producer Felton Jarvis, marrying Larry Williams’ 1957 rock & roll hit ( 🤍 ) to the current 12-string-guitar folkish sensibility of “Walk Right In” ( 🤍 ). Pop Chart Peaks: Music Vendor 61, Billboard 62, Cash Box 78 Transferred from mono 45 single ABC-Paramount 10419 - Bony Moronie (Larry Williams) by The Appalachians, produced by Felton Jarvis The three* MusicProf channels are home to The HITS ARCHIVES, YouTube’s most comprehensive collection of U.S. ‘popular music’ recordings from 1925 thru 1970. Discover thousands of original hit versions, conveniently arranged in year-by-year playlists and sorted alphabetically in your choice of either song title or artist name. Simply visit this channel’s home page (here: 🤍 ), scroll down the rows of playlist categories, choose a favorite year, click on “view full playlist,” and then pick out the songs that you want to hear. Enjoy the music! * the45prof the78prof AnotherProf
The track from the 1975 "Rock 'n' Roll" album, with speed increased to approximately the tempo of Larry Williams' original version. For some reason, the Phil Spector productions on this album tended to be drastically reduced in tempo from the originals, not always to the best effect. This video is made for entertainment and analytical purposes only, not for commercial purposes. All copyrights in the original recording are hereby acknowledged. No infringement is intended, but only fair use. Please buy the album on Capitol Records.
Provided to YouTube by Blue Sky Bony Moronie (Live) · Johnny Winter Captured Live ℗ 1976 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment Released on: 1976-04-08 Composer, Lyricist: L. Williams Mastering Engineer: David Mitson Guitar: Floyd Radford Drums: Richard Hughes Bass: Randy Jo Hobbs Auto-generated by YouTube.
Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Bony Moronie (Live) · The Who Maximum As & Bs ℗ 1988 Polydor Ltd. (UK) Released on: 2017-10-27 Associated Performer, Vocals: Roger Daltrey Associated Performer, Electric Guitar: Pete Townshend Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: John Entwistle Associated Performer, Drums: Keith Moon Composer Lyricist: Larry Williams Auto-generated by YouTube.
Larry Williams cover. Check out my NEW channel! 🤍 Here's the whole concert: 🤍
BONY MORONIE - THE EASTERN ACES - RICHARD PEREIRA - richpromusic🤍gmail.com - LARRY WILLIAMS - RITCHIE VALENS - JOHN LENNON - RALDY LAURENS - SAJANY - KUMPULAN TANPA NAMA - 24 FEBRUARI 2013 - DE BRINKHOEVE POORTUGAAL - richardpereira.nl - richardpereiramusic.com 🤍 🤍
Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Bony Moronie (Live At Young Vic Theatre, London, UK / 1971 / Remastered 2022) · The Who Who’s Next : Life House ℗ 2023 Polydor Ltd. (UK) Released on: 1971-08-14 Producer: The Who Associated Performer, Vocals: Roger Daltrey Associated Performer, Electric Guitar: Pete Townshend Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: John Entwistle Associated Performer, Drums: Keith Moon Producer: Andy Johns Studio Personnel, Asst. Recording Engineer: Ian Stewart Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Jon Astley Composer Lyricist: Larry Williams Auto-generated by YouTube.
Provided to YouTube by Rhino Encore Medley: Bony Moronie / Forty Days / Almost Grown (1973 Live Version) · Gram Parsons Gram Parsons & The Fallen Angels: Live 1973 ℗ 1973 Sierra Performance: Gram Parsons Writer: C. Berry Writer: L. Williams Auto-generated by YouTube.
Back to the Aussie 1970's Countdown era and one I have been meaning to play for a while, (it was a bit harder than I first thought it woul dbe). Probably because Les Gock might have played it in a slightly different tuning. I fiddled around with a couple of different ways, but settled on just making the best I could of a standard tuning set up. Les was and still is an awesome guitarist, some of his stuff since Hush is outstanding. Back to the playing....You will note I drag my fingers down to get one of the notes in the riff. Those with more obedient hands can use their little finger and third finger to properly fret the notes. My hands are a little lazy especially my pinky finger so the sloppy way works for me. I'm not saying this is how he plays it but it sounds reasonably close, give or take a couple of nuances. I note he must have overdubbed another guitar in there to get the sustained chords that wash over the riffs, I tried to get them to work as a one guitar take but to no avail so I stuck to just his main riff. By the time I got to the outro there are definitely a few guitars going on so I just fumbled a combo of them to finish. Certainly not accurate but something you could easily play live.