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Veröffentlicht am 02.09.2009 - Brenda Lee asks the eternal question. The song was smash hit that reached #3 on the Hot 100. It quickly became a country standard with many cover versions. Brenda's version was recorded at 16 years of age. After 50 years, It still has not been approached by any other singer. The single was released on 25 Sept 1961 and the video is from 19 Nov 1961, three weeks before her seventeenth birthday.
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Hochgeladen am 28.07.2011 - Rex Allen introduces 12 year-old "Little Miss Dynamite" on a 1957 episode of the Ozark Jubilee TV Show. Brenda Lee was one of the earliest pop stars to have a major international following. In France she was billed as a 32 year-old singing midget.
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Hochgeladen am 10.12.2009 A fun tête-à-tête from two legends. Brenda wails "Big Boss Man", much to the delight of "Bad News" Johnny. She sings the Jimmy Reed classic in a blues style reminiscent of Bessie Smith. And if you think she sounds a bit like Janis Joplin here, it's because Joplin's main in¡uence was Smith. Johnny seems surprised at rst, but soon he is almost dancing and he was not a man known for movement on stage.
Looks like Johnny is getting a little mixed up in the second part. Repeating "everywhere I go" and "Leaving little girls" as he tries to nd his timing. At around 2:07, he appears to think its the end and says "Miss Brenda, its...", apparently about to say "nice to have you back" when Brenda alertly interrupts "yea!" and they get back on course.
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Hochgeladen am 29.08.2009 - Brenda Lee mimes her 1961 rocker. Released on 19 Jun 1961, it reached #4 on the Hot 100. Released in the UK on 22 July 1961, it topped out at #22 across the pond. The record is a kind of follow up to Sweet Nothin's. The scene is a bit strange with kids in western wear sitting around a farm house while Brenda is in a suit and dress shoes dancing on the dirt. Recorded 21 May 1961.
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Veröffentlicht am 27.04.2014 - "Brenda Lee" is the second studio album by American pop and country artist Brenda Lee. The album was released August 1, 1960 on Decca Records and was produced by Owen Bradley.
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