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  1. Stagger lee returns on wax. Documenting the earliest incarnation of a song inspired by ‘ Stag’ Lee is a tricky, if not, impossible task. There are reports of a ‘field song’ called ‘Stak-o-lee’ performed by African-American laborers, but, as is common among folk songs of the era, no one is identified as its composer.
  2. This song is by James Brown and appears on the album Cold Sweat (). The night was clear and the moon was yellow And the leaves came tumbling down I was standing on the corner when I heard my bulldog bark.
  3. Dec 10,  · song: Stagger Lee artist: Wilson Pickett vinyl label: Atlantic Records. song: Stagger Lee artist: Wilson Pickett vinyl label: Atlantic Records Papa Don't Take No Mess (UNCUT) - James Brown -HQ.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Fever- Stagger Lee on Discogs. Label: Polydor - • Format: Vinyl 7 James Brown - Fever- Stagger Lee (Vinyl) | Discogs5/5(1).
  5. Song information for Stagger Lee - James Brown, James Brown & His Famous Flames on AllMusic.
  6. The historical Stagger Lee was Lee Shelton, a black pimp living in St. Louis, Missouri in the late 19th century. He was nicknamed Stag Lee or Stack Lee, with a variety of explanations being given: he was given the nickname because he "went stag", meaning he was without friends; he took the nickname from a well-known riverboat captain called Stack Lee; or, according to John .
  7. Song information for Stagger Lee - Lloyd Price on AllMusic. Song information for Stagger Lee - Lloyd Price on AllMusic AllMusic Vol. 2: '50s Rock 'N Roll is Here to Stay. Dominion: #1 Pop Hits of the 60s & 70s [Madacy Box] Madacy.
  8. Sep 20,  · 6. Good Rockin' Tonight (as James Brown And The Famous Flames, KINGB 4/67, also on the OUT OF SIGHT LP, released in as Smash MGS)** 7. Mona Lisa (as James Brown And The Famous Flames, KINGB, unissued, also on the OUT OF SIGHT LP, released in as Smash MGS)*** /5(22).

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