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Made in America
  • Artist: Jimmy Joe Lee
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 750287260023
  • Item #: CDBY60023
  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 4/11/2006
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Made in America on CD

I've written, produced and published hit songs. Owned my own record company, traveled with the Beatles, got drunk with Ringo in Liverpool, danced with Nancy Sinatra, watched naughty movies with the Everly brothers, took the Rolling Stones and the Beatles to 'The Whisky A Go Go' and mid-night shopping in Hollywood. Lunched at a Hollywood Drive-in with Fabian a couple of times. Had a music business partnership with Lee Hazlewood, friends with Duane Eddy, lunch with Richard Penniman aka 'Little Richard', Sonny & Cher gave me a German Shepard. In fact I knew and worked with Sonny before he met Cher. Phil Spector rehearsed 'Zip A Dee Do Dah with Bobby Sox & The Blue Jeans in my office. I have two gold records. One of is in 'Animal House'. It's played during the food fight scene and when they're leaving the black bar. Tina Turner did it as a duet with David Bowie in her England live CD. They did the first 2 verses of my song 'Let's Dance' then segued into 2 verses of David's 'Let's Dance', and yada yada yada. I allowed myself to get side tracked. Got into real estate did well and now I'm back to my first love...writing songs. This CD is mainly country, kinda' ... I did it a few years ago but it's got some cool stuff on it. Check out my new CD. It's called 'Songwriter'. The song styles are all over the place but somehow it makes sense. Point of interest: 'The Coal Miner Song' appears in both of my CDs. The 2 versions are very different.