Little Ole Man (Uptight - Everything's Alright) (7", Single)
Warner Bros. Records
Little Ole Man (Uptight - Everything's Alright) (7", Single, Promo, RE)
Warner Bros. Records
Arranged By – James Carmichael
Producer – Fred Smith
Matrix / Runout (A): 45-5081 A
Matrix / Runout (B): 45-5081 B
Record Company – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
Record Company – Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.
Published By – Jobete Music Co., Inc.
Published By – Manger Music, Inc.
Published By – Keymen Music
Manufactured By – Vogue P.I.P. S.A.
Little Ole Man Uptight, Everything's Alright is a 1967 single recorded and released by comedian Bill Cosby, released as a single from the entertainer's first musical comedy album, Silver Throat: Bill Cosby Sings. A comedic parody which Cosby narrated about a little ole man whom he discovers twice, first getting hit by a train, and later being run over by elephants. The musical instrumental, chorus, and accompanying background vocals were a direct lift of the Stevie Wonder 1965 song Uptight. Little Old Man Up Tight, Everything's Alright - Bill Cosby. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. 2016 г. A comedic parody which Cosby. A comedic parody which Cosby narrated about a little ole man who he discovers twice, first getting hit by a train, and later being run over by elephants. The musical instrumental, chorus, and accompanying background vocals were a direct lift of the Stevie Wonder song Uptight Everything's Alright, which had been a recent hit, an. chorus Baby, everything is alright Uptight, outta sight Baby, everything is alright Uptight, outta sight. verse 2 Little ole' man was sittin' on the step, same ole' man And a tear trickled down his cheek I said, What's the matter He said, A herd of elephants just stampeded over me. I said, Hmm same Hmm. This song was a single from Cosbys first musical album, Silver Throat. Stevie Wonder later made a guest appearance on Cosbys 1980s sitcom, The Cosby Show. Album: Silver Throat: Bill Cosby Sings 1967. Charted: 4. Get the Sheet Music License This Song . The song is actually another version of Stevie Wonder's Uptight Everything's Alright. But he did sing on some of the other tracks on the album, most of which are blues-standards-type songs. Cosby was the first really famous comedian to have a Billboard-charting single, although many novelty songs charted by performers who certainly had comedian on their resumés. Another famous funnyman to hit the charts is Steve Martin, who cracked the Top-20 with King Tut. Even in 1967, Cosby was already a household name in entertainment. Bill Cosby. Little Ole Man Uptight Everything's Alright. Silver Throat: Bill Cosby Sings. Warner Bros. 2 Hype by Kid 'N Play 1988. Bill Cosby Lyrics. Why Is There Air Album. Little Ole Man Uptight-Everything's Alright Lyrics. Bill Cosby - Little Ole Man Uptight-Everything's Alright Lyrics. Artist: Bill Cosby. Album: Why Is There Air Genre: Comedy. A little ole' man was sittin' on a step And a tear trickled own his cheek. I said What's the matter He said A train just ran over me. Written-By Bill Cosby. Little Ole Man Uptight - Everything's Alright. Written-By Cosby , Wonder , Moy. Seven Arts Album WS 1728 Hooray For The Salvation Army Band. Released Winter '68 B: From The Warner Bros. Seven Arts Album WS 1709 Silver Throat. Released Summer '67. Appears as do many of the Back To Back Hits series on Warner Arts and subsequently repressed on Warner Bros 'Shield' and 'Burbank' style labels. Bill Cosby released it on the album Silver Throat - Bill Cosby Sings in 1967. It was covered by Denny McLain, Richie Brown, The New London Rhythm & Blues Band, Bingo Kids and other artists. An adaptation is a musical work, which uses elements music or lyrics from another musical work. Uptight Everything's Alright written by Stevie Wonder, Henry Cosby, Sylvia Moy English November 22, 1965
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