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Thats All I Wanna Know

Bobby Hebb (ボビー ヘブ)

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700402
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1
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Europe
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Astrid North(Vocals),  Bobby Hebb(Guitar),  Bobby Hebb(Vocals),  Juergen Dahmen(Percussion),  Markus Wienstroer(Guitar),  Matthias Muller(Trombone),  Sabine Kuhlich(Vocals (Background)),  Juergen Dahmen(Producer),  Ben Raleigh(Composer),  Billy Davis(Composer),  Bobby Hebb(Composer),  Carl Williams Smith(Composer),  Darryl Carter(Composer),  Fred Burch(Composer),  Garrett Dutton(Composer),  Gene Barge(Composer),  Hank Williams(Composer),  Harald Hoffmann(Photography),  James Alexander(Composer),  James Carr(Composer),  Jerry Rhodes(Composer),  Jerry Ross(Composer),  ジョー・レンゼッティ(Composer),  Joe Viglione(Liner Notes),  John Cameron(Composer),  John Zachary(Composer),  Michael Schwabe(Mastering),  Phil Medley(Composer),  Raynard Miner(Composer),  Red Hayes(Composer),  Roosevelt Jamison(Composer),  Rudiger Ladwig(Executive Producer)

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For Bobby Hebb's first album of the new millennium, executive producer Rudiger Ladwig wanted to create something that would be unique and new to the veteran's dedicated worldwide fan base -- an overview of the songwriter/performer's career, generating a different sound with European musicians. It's an effective move similar to Gordon Haskell's reinvention on the Road to Harry's Bar live DVD. Recorded in Germany the week that the Iraq War began in March of 2003, and originally titled Midnight Adventures by Hebb, the music sounds like an antidote to the troubling situation that was brewing just a few countries away. But that's the positive attribute of the masterpiece that is Sunny, here in duet form with vocalist Astrid North, one of two duets tracked at the sessions (the second is available only on the CD single, with Pat Appleton singing in French). Producer Ladwig keeps a very controlled sound throughout the disc, his ingenuity coming from the song selection and his history as a Hebb fan. There's a remake of the lost Philips single Bound by Love, one of the many follow-ups to the original Sunny (which stays close to the original), and a quite wonderful cover of the G. Love & Special Sauce nugget Willow Tree. Cold Cold Night is a treat and another lost classic, if you will. Hebb wrote this with Phil Medley, co-author of Twist and Shout, and it has stayed obscure until this release. Hebb sings the material as if he wrote it yesterday, a fresh synergy provided by the very competent new faces with whom he recorded the tracks. The direction is removed from the soulful stir of Love Games, the 1970 release on Epic, and is less pop than the original 1966 Sunny album. There are new versions of A Satisfied Mind -- Hebb's other 1966 Top 40 U.S. hit -- and the British chart entry Love Love Love from 1972, while Don't Tear Me Down has essentially the same groove that made Love Love Love such a favorite, and it could easily break in that Northern soul arena where Hebb is hugely popular. The CD single has an intriguing Dr. Rubberfunk remix of the title track and is worth seeking out as well. That's All I Wanna Know is a fine chapter from a meticulous craftsman with a huge unreleased catalog, and a good argument to start getting those other albums off the shelf and into circulation. ~ Joe Viglione, All Music Guide

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  • 01. Different Strokes (02:36)
  • 02. Cold Cold Night (03:21)
  • 03. Satisfied Mind, A (02:41)
  • 04. Proud Woman (03:25)
  • 05. Sunny (03:34)
  • 06. When Love Goes Wrong (02:56)
  • 07. We're Gonna Make It (03:09)
  • 08. Cold Cold Heart (02:19)
  • 09. Bound by Love (03:21)
  • 10. Willow Tree (02:42)
  • 11. Don't Tear Me Down (02:44)
  • 12. That's All I Wanna Know (03:50)
  • 13. Love Love Love (04:06)

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Bobby Hebb

Bobby Hebb made his stage debut on his third birthday, July 26, 1941, when tap dancer Harold Hal Hebb introduced his little brother to show business at the Bijou Theater. This was an appearance on The Jerry Jackson Revue of 1942, even though it was 1941, that was how Jerry, a big man in vaudeville in the '30s, '40s, and '50s, did things noted the singer. Hal was nine years of age at the time and t

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