Performer: Swamp Dogg
Title: Total Destruction To Your Mind / He's Gone
Category: Soul, Funk
Album rating: 4.2
Size MP3: 1595 mb
Size FLAC: 1539 mb
Size WMA: 1576 mb
Other formats: AA APE MP3 ADX AU VQF MIDI
Doris Duke was born Doris Curry, in Sandersville, Georgia in 1945, although the month isn't known. By 1963, Doris had reached the New York City music scene and was earning a crust as both a session singer and a regular back-up artist at the city's famed Apollo Theatre. Running Away From Loneliness', her first single, came out in 1966. :TRACKLISTING:: I'm A Loser - Doris Duke 01. He's Gone (4:36) 02. I Can't Do Without You (2:10) 03. Feet Start Walking (2:29) 04. Ghost Of Myself (3:08) 05. Your Best Friend (2:49) 06. Feeling Is Right (2:47) 07. I Don't Care Anymore (3:10) 08.
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Self-produced the album aptly displayed Dogg's talents as a writer and performer. Track Listing: 1. Total Destruction To Your Mind (Jerry Williams) - 2:34 2. Synthetic World (Jerry Williams) - 3:28 3. Dust Your Head Color Red (Gary Bonds - Jerry Williams) - 2:48 4. Redneck (Joe South) - 2:47 5. If I Die Tomorrow (I've Lived Tonight) (Jerry Williams) - 2:50 6. I Was Born Blue (Dee Ervin - Jerry Williams) - 2:58 7.
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Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Total Destruction to Your Mind. was sampled in. Boogaloo Honey by Hustlers of Culture (1993).
He's Gone (I'm a Loser). 无. 02. I Can't Do Without You (I'm a Loser). 03. Feet Start Walking (I'm a Loser). 04. Ghost of Myself (I'm a Loser). 05. Your Best Friend (I'm a Loser).
2. I Can't Do Without You. Doris Duke. 11. How Was I to Know You Cared. 12. To the Other Woman (I'm the Other Woman). 13. I Wish I Could Sleep.
He also produced the first Swamp Dogg album, Total Destruction to Your Mind. The album sleeve showed Williams sitting in his underwear on a pile of garbage. Williams' new direction apparently followed an LSD trip, and was inspired by the radical politics of the time and by Frank Zappa's use of satire, while showing his own expertise in, and commitment to, deep soul and R&B music. As Swamp Dogg, he was signed by Elektra Records for his second album, Rat On! in 1971. The sleeve showed him on the back of a giant white rat, and has frequently been ranked as one of the worst album covers of all time. Sales were relatively poor, and his next albums Cuffed, Collared and Tagged (1972) and Gag a Maggott (recorded at the TK Studio in 1973) were released on smaller labels, though his 1974.