Z.Z. Hill - Second Chance / I Think I'd Do It album
Act II. 3. Scene I "Second Chance". 4. Scene II "Our Love Is Getting Better". I Think I'd Do It (Collector's Version). Barrel Organ, Piano – Ronnie Oldham. Bass – Bob Wray, Butch Owens, Charles Heywood. Drums – Fred Prouty, Jasper Guarino, Lou Mullenix. Guitar – Jesse Carr, Jimmy Evans.
Album: The Brand New Z Z Hill. Album Info (This Release). Release date label labelcode medium genre submit corrections. Act Ii: Scene I: Second Chance. 10. Act Iii: Finale: I Think I'd Do It. 00'00.
Article properties: . Hill: The Brand New . Album titlle: The Brand New . 04. Our Love Is Getting Better. I Think I'd Do It. 11. Faithful And True. 12. Just As I Am. 13. Touch 'Em With Love.
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Arzell J. Hill (September 30, 1935 – April 27, 1984), known as Z. Z. Hill (pronounced Zee Zee), was an American blues singer best known for his recordings in the 1970s and early 1980s, including his 1982 album for Malaco Records, Down Home, which stayed on the Billboard soul album chart for nearly two years. . Add.
In 1971 Hill hooked up with iconic producer Jerry Williams J. better known as Swamp Dogg to record an album in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. Swamp Dogg produced, arranged and conceived the album, plays piano and organ, and provides guest vocals on "Faithful And True". Hold Back (One Man At A Time)" and "Early In The Morning" produced and arranged by Jerry Williams, Jr. and Quin Ivy. The Brand New . Hill turned out to be one of Hill’s best albums, yielding hits with The Chokin’ Kind and Faithful And True. This is a new, unopened CD in its original packaging. View more - View less -. hill CD. Delivery: This item does not ship to your country. The track "Down Home Blues" has been called the best-known blues song of the 1980s.
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Album · 1981 · 9 Songs.
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Engineer – David Johnson Producer, Arranged By, Written-By – J. Williams, Jr.*Written-By – D. Hollinger*, G. Bonds*
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Producer – Quin IvyWritten-By – Sam Dees
Notes℗ 1972 Nashboro
Dist. by Nashboro Records, Nashville, Tennessee.
A - Publisher Jerry Williams Music / Excellorec Music - BMI (Taken From His Mankind LP #201 "Brand New Z.Z. Hill")
B - Obvious Music - BMI
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- Other (Copyright collecting society): BMI
- Matrix / Runout (Side A label): MK-12012A
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): 12012A "Long Version" MPaul "Swamp Dogg"
- Matrix / Runout (Side B label): MK-12012B
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): MK 12012BX MPaul