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8 thoughts on “ Bama Lama, Bama Loo - Little Richard - ;Well Alright!; (CD)

  1. "Bama-Lama Bama-Loo" was recorded in stereo on May 1, For the overdubbed version, see Little Richard - Bama-Lama Bama-Loo/5(19).
  2. It ends four years after his initial splurge in with the retro "Bama Lama Bama Loo" and the excellent "Annie Is Back' - but by this time few were listening. In Little Richard is 81 and one of the last surviving original wild men of Rock 'n' Roll/5(22).
  3. He recorded five titles (including "Well Alright" and "Bama Lama Bama Loo") in two sessions in March and April A single was released at the time; and four of the songs were eventually released, with additional overdubs, on the compilation Well Alright!.Compilation albums:
  4. May 09,  · "Bama Lama Bama Loo" is the first of Little Richard's attempts to get back to where he once belonged. After a spell hopping between labels in the early Sixties, he .
  5. Little Richard had returned to the label briefly in the mid-'60s, and those sessions provided the title track and the chart single "Bama-Lama Bama-Loo." This was an album aimed mainly at collectors, but much of the material was worthy.6/
  6. Track 01 to from Little Richard - Well Alright! Track 16 to from Little Star Records (# + #) as The World Famous Upsetters (The Upsetters (2)) Track a capella version from Barry Richard's radio show on WUST5/5(1).
  7. Well Alright! Little Richard. Produced by Robert Blackwell. Album Well Alright! Well Alright! Lyrics [Verse 1] Baby, I love you Bama Lama Bama Loo 6. Kansas City.

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