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Jimmy Lewis - Wait Until Spring mp3 track

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Performer: Jimmy Lewis
Title: Wait Until Spring
Country: US
Released: 1963
Style: Rhythm & Blues
Category: Funk, Soul
Rating: 4.3 ✦
Other format: AHX FLAC VOC AIFF TTA MPC AUD

Tracklist

A Wait Until Spring Part 1
B Wait Until Spring Part 2

Notes

Label variant: A and B side label design matches.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
3151 Jimmy Lewis Wait Until Spring ‎(7", Single, Promo, RE) ERA Records 3151 US 1965
503 Jimmy Lewis Wait Until Spring ‎(7", Single, Promo) 4 J Records 503 US 1963
503 Jimmy Lewis Wait Until Spring ‎(7") 4 J Records 503 US 1963


Wait Until Tomorrow" is a song by the Jimi Hendrix Experience from their 1967 second album Axis: Bold as Love. Written by Jimi Hendrix, the song details the scenario of a male protagonist addressing his female love with whom he plans to leave home, only to be shot dead by her father. Despite not being released as a single, "Wait Until Tomorrow" has been recognised as one of the strongest songs on the album.

In his youth Lewis travelled extensively, leading to doubts about his place of birth. Itta Bena, Mississippi, seems likely.

Jimmy Lewis (April 11, 1918 – 2000) was an American double bassist who worked with the Count Basie Orchestra and sextet in the 1950s and with Duke Ellington, Cootie Williams, Billie Holiday and Ivory Joe Hunter before moving to bass guitar during his time with King Curtis. He provided the basslines for the musical Hair. Lewis freelanced extensively and performed on many albums by soul and jazz musicians, including Horace Silver and the Modern Jazz Quartet up until the late 1980s.

Alex Cameron, Molly Lewis, Jimmy Barnes. Once Janet had her 3rd blockbuster album in a row, Michael probably felt comfortable enough to be like okay, I can check out these producers I’ve admired now since there’s no shadow of me on Janet’s career anymore. The idea for what becomes What Have Done For Me Lately comes out of a conversation that producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis have with Janet, during the recording sessions for the album Control. Jam & Lewis come up with the keyboard and bass line parts, while Jackson writes the lyrics. Released as the single from Jackson’s breakthrough album Control in late January of 1986, it immediately takes off on the R&B charts and quickly crossover to pop radio. Lately is the first of five number one R&B singles that are spun off of Control.

13 quotes from Wait Until Spring, Bandini (The Saga of Arthur Bandini, ‘If there is work there is warmth, that when a man has freedom of movement i. .Hail Mary and Hail Mary. It was for this that she lived. John Fante, Wait Until Spring, Bandini. tags: america, catholicism, fante. He could hear his father asking for coffee. Why did his father have to yell all the time?

Background: solo singer. Birth Name: James Eddie Lewis. Birth Date: 19 November 1937. In 1974, Lewis moved to the Hotlanta label, and released the album Totally Involved, described by critic Richie Unterberger as "respectable Southern-styled soul", on which he wrote and produced all the tracks. The album included the track "Help Me Understand You", which reached number 95 on the R&B chart in 1975, his only solo chart hit. As a.