What's Usual Ain't Natural. I Am the Ghost-single. Fussin' And Fightin', I Wonder.
02. Fussin' And Fightin' Blues. Learn more about Little Junior Parker more. Pianist Bill Johnson brought Parker by Sun Records to meet owner Sam Phillips. The harpist was free to sign with Sun. Parker cooked up the rollicking Feelin’ Good during a June 18, 1953 date at 706 Union in Memphis. Junior’s first album for the firm was produced by Bobby Robinson-the founder of the Fury and Fire labels. Mercury also shipped Parker off to Chicago and Muscle Shoals for sessions and handed him to Doug Sahm for another studio date. For all that, the major label only managed two relatively insignificant chart items on him, one on the parent logo and the other on its Blue Rock subsidiary.
Stop this fussing and fighting, brother Stop this fussing and fighting, brother It's a shame To see the people fighting in the streets Eh! Drawing guns at each other For nothing at all wooh. Blood came splashing o'er the towns From town to town, around and around, ooh yeah Do Jah please, stop them, I pray While I call my brethrens, say Stop this fussing and fighting, brother, oh, oh Stop this fussing and fighting, brother, who is for I. Wooh eh, wooh eh Skaba-yaba-yoba bayayba baya-hah.
Looking Back, also later known as Anthology, is a triple LP anthology by American soul musician Stevie Wonder, released in 1977 on Motown Records. The album chronicles 40 songs from Wonder's first Motown period, which precedes the classic period of his critically acclaimed albums.
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|P 50 007, P 50007||Sam Russell||Fussin' And Fightin' / I Wonder (7", Single)||Playboy Records, Playboy Records||P 50 007, P 50007||Germany||1972|
|P 50 007, P 50007||Sam Russell||Fussin' And Fightin' / I Wonder (7", Single, Promo)||Playboy Records, Playboy Records||P 50 007, P 50007||Germany||1972|
|ZP50007||Sam Russell||Fussin' And Fightin' (Reflections Of Each Other) (7", Single)||Playboy Records||ZP50007||New Zealand||1972|