9 in the UK in 1971. It wasn’t quite the final thing she recorded, but its weary sigh indicated her heart couldn’t go on for much longer. 61 on 7 March 1970) and "Cinnamon Girl",[6] charting before Neil Young's version and peaking at No. In the same mood as Dusty In Memphis and Lulu’s Melody Fair, Bobbie’s fourth solo album is a white-girl soul treat (she even does ‘Son Of A Preacher Man’). Hart subsequently found greater fame and success in professional wrestling, as a manager nicknamed "The Mouth of the South." The Gentrys new songs, albums, biography, chart history, photos, videos, news, and more on Billboard, the go-to source for what's hot in music. PRIVACY POLICY | Keep on Dancing" is notable for the fact that it is actually one short recording repeated in order to stretch the record out to the length of the typical pop single of its day. HOME | The Gentry's cover. lineup under the Gentrys name is a gospel family quartet of no relation to the original band. Larry Raspberry (guitar, vocals, 1963-66), Pat Neal (bass, 1963-66), Bobby Fisher (keyboards, guitar, saxophone, 1963-66), A Woman of the World / There Are Two Sides to Every Story, You Make Me Feel So Good / There's a Love, I Can't Go Back to Denver / You Better Come Home, He'll Never Love You / I Hate to See You Go, God Save the Country / Love You All My Life, Let Me Put This Ring Upon Your Finger / Changin', Cinnamon Girl: The Very Best of the Gentrys, Frat Rock! [11], https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=The_Gentrys&oldid=975494969, All articles with vague or ambiguous time, Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 28 August 2020, at 20:47. Bobbie Gentry was not shy of cover versions, and in her very best ones – such as this – she could take anybody’s work and integrate it into her unique worldview. The Gentrys Goddess Of Love. “I never had no learnin’, until I turned 16… when Joe Henry come up the river, Lord, he made a woman out of me.” Even the guitar part is pure filth. The tracks blurred into one another and, in the case of ‘Reunion’, overlaid multiple viewpoints on a single scenario. The album contains the their big hit, one side of their first Youngtown single ("Sometimes"), and an assortment of ballads and garage band standards such as "Hang on Sloopy," most of which are based on the same basic chord progression. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Gentrys - Keep On Dancing at Discogs.