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Billy Hamlin - I Want Some M-O-N-E-Y flac album
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Billy Hamlin - I Want Some M-O-N-E-Y flac album

Performer:
Billy Hamlin
Album:
I Want Some M-O-N-E-Y
Country:
Released:
Style:
Boogaloo, Soul
MP3 archive size:
1647 mb
FLAC archive size:
1174 mb
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Rating:
4.7
Votes:
602

Tracklist Hide Credits

A I Want Some M-O-N-EY
Written-By – Doc Bagby
2:37
B I'm Down, But Not Out
Written-By – Buddy Lucas
2:18

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Uptite Records, Inc.

Credits

  • Producer – Larry Lucie*

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A): #34
  • Matrix / Runout (B): #35

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
#005 Billy Hamlin I Want Some M-O-N-E-Y ‎(7", Promo) Uptite Records #005 US 1968

Some have speculated that the song is a l description of lead singer Matty, who had problems with cocaine in his youth. In an interview with The Guardian, he stated that in his lyrics, I’m always talking about me, really. Travi$ Scott sampled this track in his 2014 song Don’t Play.

I Want Some Money Lyrics: I need me some money, where it's at, where the spot?, How much they talkin', they got some guap, I’m at peace with money, you countin' guap, You want some guap, you love th. Pull up K start wrestling and I let my dog get out You ain’t talkin' money and you want some beef you can get shot For a show a hundred racks Imma bring my hundred shot I’m a spark my own shit I got me and money got me Pull up with the street sweeper pussy you'se a. running rabbit You bunny rabbit, pull up with a gun that's savage Pull up in a car thats savage but bitch I’m a lil bastard Come from Chiraq, but I’m rich, bitch, now I live in Cali Bitch I’m all about a salary all the calories all the money I need that boxer money, if you ain’t talking

I Want Some M-O-N-E-Y. Songwriter – Doc Bagby. B. I'm Down, But Not Out. Songwriter – Buddy Lucas. Producer – Larry Lucie. I Want Some M-O-N-E-Y ‎(7", Single). Album's title: I Want Some M-O-N-E-Y. Genre: Latin, Funk, Soul.

is a song first recorded by the British rock band Motörhead on their 1991 album 1916 as a tribute to their friends and contemporaries, the Ramones. The bands were long-standing admirers of each other's work. Joey Ramone said of the track: "It was the ultimate honor - like John Lennon writing a song for you".

The top album won by an insanely high margin, but it was pretty close after that. Punk and disco had left huge marks, and some of the Seventies icons felt a little out of touch. It's no coincidence that Bob Seger wrote "Old Time Rock and Roll" at nearly the same time that Billy Joel write "It's Still Rock and Roll to M. Of the two songs, Billy's is a little more accepting of the changes. The Stranger is the album that forever made Billy Joel a superstar. It was his first time working with producer Phil Ramone, and their chemistry was instant. I wasn't sure what a producer was even capable of before I met Phil," Joel recently told Rolling Stone.

Money (That's What I Want)" is a song written by Tamla founder Berry Gordy and Janie Bradford that became the first hit record for Gordy's Motown enterprise. The song was recorded in 1959 by Barrett Strong for the Tamla label, distributed nationally on Anna Records. It went on to be covered by many artists, including the Beatles in 1963 and the Flying Lizards in 1979.