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This track is off Little Richard’s “Southern Child” record. Originally recorded in ‘72, this album was shelved for unexplained reasons. It was finally released by Rhino in 2005 on The Complete Reprise Recordings comp. If I had to guess, I imagine it’s because fans expecting a standard Little Richard album wouldn’t know what to do with this one. The attatched track is slower (and also the one I couldn’t find on the internet, so you’re welcome, internet) and clearly demonstrates Little Richard’s complete lack of understanding of heterosexual lovemaking (“the touch of your back, pressing on my back…” Really LR?)
Whether you're a fan of George R. R. Martin 's A Song of Ice and Fire epic fantasy series or just a nighttime TV junkie jonesing for HBO's explicit tits, violence, and wine approach to adapting Martin's opus into their small screen "prestige" drama, you're likely as fired up as I am for the season three premier of Game of Thrones this Easter Sunday night. Having enjoyed reading the books immensely, I'm itching with anticipation for the faces, places, and expirations, however abrupt, yet to receive HBO's patent sexpository book-to-show treatment.
This drops in May, which is coincidentally when I’ll be back from a 3 month vacation. So, yeah, no Tumblr till then. File under: remixes I’d never heard. An excellent funk track and the drums to One Love. These guys are having more fun. Also, there is no such thing as EDM.
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