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Sleepy La Beef

Thomas Paulsley LaBeff

Также известно как: La Beef, La Beff, LaBeef, S. La Beef, Sleepy La Beff, Sleepy Labeef, Sleepy LaBeff, Tommy La Beef, Tommy Labeef, Tommy Labeff
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# Название релиза Информация об aльбоме Купить альбом в iTunes Год издания Лейбл
1 1977 Rockabilly 20 audio iTunes 1979 Sun Record Company
2 Rock & Roll Ruby 2 audio iTunes 1980 Charly Records
3 Asphalt Cowboy 4 audio iTunes Plantation Records
4 Downhome Rockabilly 15 audio iTunes 1979 Charly Records
5 Beefy Rockabilly 13 audio iTunes 1981 Oxford
6 Downhome Rockabilly 12 audio iTunes 1979 Sun Record Company
7 Beefy Rockabilly 14 audio iTunes 1978 Bellaphon
8 Attack (Canciones Raras) 11 audio iTunes 1990 Barsa Promociones
9 Nothin' But The Truth 17 audio iTunes 1987 Rounder Records
10 Boogie Woogie Country Girl 2 audio iTunes 1979 Sun Record Company
11 Sleepin' In Spain 12 audio iTunes 1979 Auvi
12 Down Home Rockabilly 15 audio iTunes 1989 Zafiro
13 Beefy Rockabilly 13 audio iTunes 1981 Charly Records
14 All The Time / Lonely 2 audio iTunes 1957-08-16 Mercury
15 Rockabilly Blues 12 audio iTunes 2001 Bullseye Blues
16 Hello Josephine / Hey Good Looking 2 audio iTunes 1979 Charly Records
17 Electricity 12 audio iTunes 1982 Rounder Records
18 Turn Me Loose / Ridin' Fence 2 audio iTunes 1961 Crescent (2)
19 Downhome Rockabilly 12 audio iTunes 1979 Sun Record Company
20 No Es Lo Que Comes Sino Lo Que Masticas 13 audio iTunes 1981 Auvi
21 The Bull's Night Out / Western Gold 23 audio iTunes 1999 Collectables
22 Big Balls In Cowtown 12 audio iTunes 1994 Tomb
23 Rockabilly Heavyweight 16 audio iTunes 1979 Charly Records
24 Sleepy Rocks 35 audio iTunes 2008-08-05 Bear Family Records
25 Roll Over Beethoven 2 audio iTunes 1979 Charly Records
26 The Bull's Night Out 11 audio iTunes 1974 Sun Record Company
27 If I Go Right I'm Wrong 2 audio iTunes 1968 Columbia
28 Drinking Again / A Man In My Position 2 audio iTunes Columbia
29 Good Rockin' Boogie / Mathilda 2 audio iTunes 1978 Sun International Corporation
30 Nothin' But The Truth 17 audio iTunes 1988 Barsa Promociones
31 Electricity 12 audio iTunes 1988 CFE
32 Western Gold 10 audio iTunes 1976 Sun Record Company
33 Roll Over Beethoven 2 audio iTunes 1978 Charly Records
34 Good Rockin' Boogie / Corine, Corine 2 audio iTunes 1978 Charly Records
35 Downhome Rockabilly 12 audio iTunes 1980 Charly Records
36 The Rockabilly Giant 12 audio iTunes 1980 Rockhouse
37 Wonderful Time Up There (Tiempo Maravilloso) 2 audio iTunes 1981 Auvi
38 Nothin' But The Truth 17 audio iTunes 1987 Rounder Records
39 A Tope 10 audio iTunes 1994 Barsa Promociones
40 Early, Rare, And Rockin' Sides 14 audio iTunes 1980 Charly Records
41 It Ain't What You Eat It's The Way How You Chew It 13 audio iTunes 1981 Rounder Records
42 Tore Up 4 audio iTunes Charly Records
43 Baby Let's Play House 4 audio iTunes Gold Star (6)
44 Asphalt Cowboy 4 audio iTunes Plantation Records
45 Early, Rare, And Rockin' Sides 14 audio iTunes
46 A Rockin' Decade 26 audio iTunes 2008
47 I Ain't Gonna Take It 2 audio iTunes Starday Records
48 Sick & Tired (Enfermo Y Cansado) 4 audio iTunes 1980 Auvi

Sleepy LaBeef (born Thomas Paulsley LaBeff, July 20, 1935, Smackover, Arkansas) is an American rockabilly musician. LaBeef stands 6' 7" tall and was given the nickname "Sleepy" from the appearance of his eyes. Born in Arkansas, he was raised on a melon farm and moved to Houston when he was 18. There, he sang gospel music on local radio and put together a bar band to play venues as well as radio programs such as the Houston Jamboree and Louisiana Hayride. In the 1950s, as the rockabilly component of rock-n-roll became evident, LaBeef began recording singles in the genre; his first, "I'm Through", was issued on Starday Records in 1957. In 1964, he moved to Nashville and moved to a more solidly country style, recording singles for Columbia Records. His first genuine hit was 1968's "Every Day", which peaked at #73 on the U.S. Billboard Country charts.[1] After moving to Plantation Records in 1969, he scored a second hit in 1971 with "Blackland Farmer", which charted at #67.[1] Around this time LaBeef also starred in the horror movie The Exotic Ones. LaBeef transferred to Sun Records in the 1970s and continued releasing albums and touring widely; his popularity flagged in America but rose in Europe.[2] The 1980s saw him sign to Rounder Records, where he released albums into the 1990s.


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