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Johnny Rivers - Memphis / Secret Agent Man album download
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Album: Greatest Hits (1966). Charted: 3. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. Sloan, Johnny Rivers didn't like this song, and was content to record just the quick TV version until The Ventures charted with it. Both acts recorded for subsidiaries of Liberty Records, and the label was able to convince Rivers to record it. Sloan told us in 2014 that Rivers had clearly embraced the song.

Tracklist: CD 1 1. Memphis (2:32) 2. Maybelline (2:16) 3. Mountain Of Love (2:39) 4. Midnight Special (2:29) 5. Seventh Son (2:47) 6. Where Have All The Flowers Gone (3:16) 7. Secret Agent Man (3:07) 8. (I Washed My Hands In) Muddy Water (3:01) 9. Poor Side Of Town (3:29) 10. Baby, I Need Your Lovin' (3:09) 11. The Tracks Of My Tears (2:57) 12.

Johnny Rivers' Greatest Hits. Memphis is found on the album Johnny Rivers' Greatest Hits

Discography: Johnny Rivers. 50 Greatest Hits (2018).

While almost all of Rivers' big, popular hits are on disc one of Secret Agent Man, most of disc two is devoted to tracks from obscure post-1990 releases, long after Rivers had last visited the charts. The numbers from 1991's The Memphis Sun Recordings, in fact, sound as if they could have been done in 1970, and Rivers' voice sounds only a little faded on the later recordings, though these contain a few unimpressive, laid-back reflective songs (as well as a couple 2006 recordings, "Rollin' Stone" and "Let It Rock," that make their first appearance on this.