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Rock
Performer: Oklahoma
Title: Oklahoma
Year 1977
Country Germany
Genre: Rock
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MP3 size: 1959 mb
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WMA size: 1818 mb
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Oklahoma - Oklahoma mp3 album

Album · 2000 · 19 Songs.

May 24, 25 and 26 in Pryor, OK.

Oklahoma is the fourteenth studio album by American musician Keb' Mo' and was released on June 14, 2019. The album featured guest contributions from Rosanne Cash. Jaci Velasquez, Robert Randolph, Taj Mahal and a duet with Robbie Brooks Moore (his wife). The lead single of the album was "Put a Woman in Charge" featuring Rosanne Cash and was released on September 28, 2018. On October 11, 2018 a music video was released for the song

Elsewhere on Oklahoma, legendary roots-music icon Taj Mahal, who previously collaborated with Keb’ Mo’ on their Grammy Award-winning 2017 album TajMo, reconnects for the moving environmental anthem ‘Don’t Throw It Away,’ and ‘The Way I’ poignantly tackles the subject of depression. The intimate love song ‘Beautiful Music’ features a memorable duet performance by the artist and his wife, Robbie Brooks Moore. Keb’ Mo’ has dedicated Oklahoma to his late mother, Lauvella Cole, who passed away in September 2018 at the age of 91.

Elsewhere on Oklahoma, legendary roots-music icon Taj Mahal, who previously collaborated with Keb’ on their GRAMMY Award-winning 2017 album TajMo, reconnects for the moving environmental anthem Don’t Throw It Away, and The Way I poignantly tackles the subject of depression. The breathtakingly intimate love song Beautiful Music features a memorable duet performance by the artist and his wife, Robbie Brooks Moore

Keb' Mo' named his 2019 album Oklahoma after the home state of Dara Tucker, the songwriter who co-wrote the title song with the veteran blues troubadour. Until that collaboration, Keb' Mo' planned to make an acoustic album, but "Oklahoma" opened the door to an expansive record that finds space for plenty of cameos (Rosanne Cash, Robert Randolph, and Taj Mahal all make appearances), not to mention understated protest.

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When Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma! debuted on Broadway in April 1943, everything was going its way - except that it opened smack-dab in the middle of a calamitous recording strike. Eight months earlier, the American Federation of Musicians had enjoined its members from entering any recording studio, and the music industry was scrambling with halfhearted solutions: back catalog releases, previously shelved recordings, a cappella renditions - dreadful stuff. To capture the Oklahoma! fever, both Bing Crosby and Frank Sinatra cut 78 .

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 One More Round
Written-By – Steve Crossley
4:10
A2 Whatcha Treatin' Me So Bad For?
Written-By – Steve Crossley
2:24
A3 Tracy
Written-By – Ben Blakemore
3:31
A4 Together Now
Written-By – Ben Blakemore
2:58
B1 Magic
Written-By – Ben Blakemore
3:09
B2 Piece Of My Life
Written-By – Ben Blakemore
2:49
B3 Love You Tonight
Written-By – Ben Blakemore
3:06
B4 Ain't It Sad
Written-By – Ben Blakemore, Don Juntunen, Joe Intrieri, Sam Flores, Steve Crossley
6:30

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – A&M Studios
  • Recorded At – Capitol Records
  • Recorded At – Producer's Workshop

Credits

  • Arranged By – Oklahoma
  • Art Direction – Roy Kohara
  • Backing Vocals – Sam Flores
  • Bass – Ben Blakemore
  • Design – Rod Dyer, Inc.
  • Drums – Sam Flores
  • Engineer – Jay Ranellucci (tracks: B1), Mark Lindsay (tracks: A1 to A4, B2 to B4)
  • Engineer [Second] – Michael "Dead Ringer" Slack
  • Guest, Backing Vocals – Danny White , Mark Lindsay, Max Gronenthal, Terry Melcher
  • Guest, Keyboards – Joe Intrieri, Max Gronenthal, Michael Lewis*
  • Guitar – Steve Crossley
  • Lead Guitar – Don Juntunen
  • Mixed By – Jay Ranellucci (tracks: B1)
  • Mixed By [Mix Down] – Ed G. Thacker*, Mark Lindsay
  • Photography By – Guy Webster
  • Producer – Mark Lindsay, Terry Melcher
  • Vocals – Ben Blakemore, Steve Crossley

Notes

Inlay with credits, lyrics, photos

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
1 C 064-85 176 Oklahoma Oklahoma ‎(LP, Album) Capitol Records 1 C 064-85 176 Germany 1977
ST-11646 Oklahoma Oklahoma ‎(LP) Capitol Records ST-11646 Canada 1977