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  • Kall says:
    23 rows · Sep 11,  · referencing The Explosive Little Richard, LP, Album, OKS richard cuts with a touch of Motown and a forward reaching jazz and soul / pop mix. Two cuts charted, Poor Dog and Commandments of Love ; one should have gone top 40, the original I don’t Want to Discuss it!/5(64).
  • Jusho says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Explosive Little Richard on Discogs.5/5(2).
  • Taujas says:
    The first CD issue of Little Richard's debut album on Epic/Okeh is a must-have for LR collectors and casual fans. Although there are two s tunes (Chuck Willis' "Don't Deceive Me) Please Don't Go" and Barrett Strong's "Money"), there are no arrangements grounded in that era - the production is strictly '60s, and quite progressive for the time/5(4).
  • Mihn says:
    Oct 12,  · richard cuts with a touch of Motown and a forward reaching jazz and soul / pop mix. Two cuts charted, Poor Dog and Commandments of Love ; one should have gone top 40, the original I don’t Want to Discuss it!/5(8).
  • Kihn says:
    In , OKeh Records took its turn at trying to revive the recording career of Little Richard. In the fall of that year, they put him in a studio in Hollywood with his former Specialty Records associate Larry Williams producing, and the two cut this album of rock & roll ravers, which was released in January /
  • Nalkree says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of The Explosive Little Richard on Discogs. Label: Bear Family Records - BAF2 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album, Remastered Gatefold • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Rock & Roll.
  • Tojanos says:
    The Explosive Little Richard was Little Richard's first album for OKeh and was released in As well as original material it featured a number of popular contemporary soul standards such as Wilson Pickett's revival of Land Of A Thousand Dances and the Motown hits Function At The Junction and Money (That's What I Want), as well as oldies.
  • Dogul says:
    The Explosive Little Richard is the first album by Little Richard for Okeh Records, produced by his long-time friend Larry Williams and Johnny "Guitar" Watson. The songs reflect the then-popular soul and Motown musical styles; no tracks were written by Richard.

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