A Shot of Rhythm and Blues" is a song written by Terry Thompson and first recorded by US soul singer Arthur Alexander. It was originally released in the United States in 1961 and in the United Kingdom the following year, as the B-side of "You Better Move On". As well as having Rhythm and Blues in the title, the song is itself an R&B number. Featuring only blues chords, it begins as an apparent 12-bar blues, but then diverges from that standard structure into a more distinctive composition.
Come On In. First Appeared on The Sundowners (3) – Come On In, A Shot Of Rhythm And Blues. Have: 61 Want: 35. Notes.
The Sundowners (3). A Shot Of Rhythm And Blues. Written-By – Terry Thompson. If You Don't Come Back. Written-By – Leiber, Stoller.
Stewart shines on "Don't You Tell Nobody" and "I Just Got Some," but the peculiarly constructed "The Day Will Come" is an ill-considered attempt at mainstream pop, and most of the other tracks have bland, unimaginative arrangements that render them forgettable. The package also fails to include any useful information, such as the musicians who appear or the dates of the sessions. Ultimately, for music with such historical importance, A Shot of Rhythm & Blues is of little value.
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Album How Do You Like It? Shot Of Rhythm And Blues Lyrics. Lets have a little bit of rhythm And a little bit of blues now And now the swinging bass guitar one time And now you got cold ryhthm and blues Well, if your hands start a-clapping and your fingers start a-popping And your feet start a-moving around And if you start to swing and sway when the band start to. play A real cool and way-out sound And if you get the Can't Help It, when you can't sit down You feel like you gotta move around. Don't you worry 'bout a thing, when you start to dance and sing Until bumps come up on you And if the rhythm finally gets you and the beat gets her, too Well, here's the thing for you to do. Get a shot of rhythm and blues With just a little rock and roll on the side Just for good measure Get a pair of dancing shoes Well, with your lover by your side Don't you know you're gonna have a lot of pleasure?
And what you got called rhythm and blues So, if your hands start a-clappin' And your fingers start a-poppin' And your feet start a-movin' around And if you start to swing and sway When the band starts to play A real cool way out sounds And if you get to can't help it and you can't sit down. You feel like you gotta move around You get a shot of rhythm and blues. With just a little rock and roll on the side Just for good measure. Don't you worry bout a thing You start to dance and sing Untill chills don't come up on you And if the rhythm finally gets you and the beat gets you too Well, here's something for you to do Come on! I need a shot of rhythm and blues With just a little rock and roll on the side Just for good measure Get a pair of dancin' shoes Well, with your lover by your side Then you know you're gonna have a lot of pleasure!
|A||Come On In|
|B||A Shot Of Rhythm And Blues|
|7N.35162||The Sundowners||Come On In / A Shot Of Rhythm And Blues (7", Single)||Piccadilly||7N.35162||UK||1964|