The Legendary Ike Turner And The Kings Of Rhythm - Hey Hey download album
- Performer: The Legendary Ike Turner And The Kings Of Rhythm
- Title: Hey Hey
- Genre: Other
- Formats: DXD AHX AC3 DMF RA DTS WMA
- Released: 1984
- MP3 album: 1613 mb
- FLAC album: 1599 mb
- Rating: 4.8/5
- Votes: 320
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Hey Hey (Take 1). Vocals – Jimmy Thomas. Ike Turner And The Kings Of Rhythm. Hey Hey (CD, Album, Comp).
1. Hey Hey (Take 2). 2. Why Should I. Aka Tell Me Why. 3. Jack Rabbit. The Legendary Ike Turner And The Kings Of Rhythm. Hey Hey (2xLP, Comp, Mono).
Hey Hey (Take 2). Written-By – Turner. Whu Should I (Aka Tell Me Why).
Featuring Ike Turner, The Kings Of Rhythm Orchestra, The Legendary Ike Turner And The Kings Of Rhythm. Marketplace 1,120 For Sale. I have a "I'm Tore Up" album but it has a different label than the one pictured above. It has Red Lightnin on top of the circle and man playing guitar in the lower half behind the song titles. Is this a rare label/album? Reply Notify me Helpful.
The Kings of Rhythm are an American rhythm and blues and soul group formed in the late 1940s in Clarksdale, Mississippi and led by Ike Turner through to his death in 2007. Turner would retain the name of the band throughout his career, although the group has undergone considerable line-up changes over time. The group was an offshoot of a large big band ensemble called "The Tophatters". By the late 1940s Turner had renamed this group the "Kings of Rhythm".