Brook Benton - The Boll Weevil Song album
Tracklist: 1. The Boll Weevil Song, 2. Honey Babe, 3. A Worried Man, 4. Careless Love, 5. My Last Dollar, 6. A Key To The Highway, 7. Frankie And Johnny, 8. The Intoxicated Rat, 9. Johnny-O, 10. It’s My Lazy Day, 11. Child Of The Engineer, 12. Four Thousand Years Ag. More albums from Brook Benton: I Love You In So Many Ways by Brook Benton. My True Confession by Brook Benton. Brook Benton Sings Volume Two by Brook Benton. Laura, What’s He Got That I Ain’t Got by Brook Benton. There Goes That Song Again by Brook Benton. Makin’ Love Is Good For You by Brook Benton. I Wanna Be With You by Brook Benton. This Is Brook Benton by Brook Benton.
When Brook Benton, an R&B crooner, turned to folk-pop for his unique interpretation of the traditional "The Boll Weevil Song," he made one of the biggest and most memorable hits of 1961. Mercury hurried him into the studio to create an album around the single, which would be its title track.
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Album Best of Brook Benton. The Boll Weevil Song Lyrics. Let me tell ya a story about a boll weevil Now, some of you may not know, but a boll weevil is an insect And he's found mostly where cotton grows Now, where he comes from, hmm, nobody really knows But this is the way the story goes. The farmer said to the boll weevil "I see you're on the square" Boll weevil said to the farmer "Say yep! My whole darn family's here" (We gotta have a home, gotta have a home).
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Album: The Boll Weevil Song and 11 Other Great Hits (1961). Charted: 30 2. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. Let me tell ya a story about a boll weevil Now, some of you may not know, but a boll weevil is an insect. And he's found mostly where cotton grows. The farmer said to the boll weevil "Say, why do you pick my farm?" The weevil just laughed at the farmer 'n' said "We ain't gonna do ya much harm" ("We're looking for a home").
It was a great pleasure to be able to open a new album after so many years. Side A of the album is fantastic, the Brook Benton style that made him so popular shines on all of the tracks. The one song that stands out is his rendition of Keys to the Highway. It is one of the most moving selections that I have ever heard of the song. I perfer the orignal version on vinyl, in mono, as my system is setup with a true mono cartridge