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Bobbie Gentry - Ode To Billie Joe Album
Bobbie Gentry - Ode To Billie Joe Album
Performer: Bobbie Gentry
Title: Ode To Billie Joe
Label: Capitol Records, Starline
Country: US
Released: 1969
Style: Country Blues, Delta Blues
Cat: 6140
Rating: 4.7/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1659 mb | MP3 size: 1267 mb | WMA size: 2412 mb
Genre: Blues

1Ode To Billie Joe4:13
2Mississippi Delta3:05


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CLF 5950 LuxeBobbie Gentry Ode To Billie Joe / Mississippi Delta ‎(7")Capitol RecordsCLF 5950 LuxeFrance1967
CP-11240Bobbie Gentry Ode To Billy Joe ‎(7", Promo, RE)Capitol RecordsCP-11240Australia1976
PRO 624Bobbie Gentry Ode To Billy Joe - Main Title ‎(7", Single, Promo)Warner Bros. RecordsPRO 624US1976
CL 15511Bobbie Gentry Ode To Billy Joe ‎(7", Sol)Capitol RecordsCL 15511UK1967
CL 15882Bobbie Gentry Ode To Billy Joe ‎(7", Single, RE)Capitol RecordsCL 15882UK1976


  • ProducerBobby Paris, Kelly Gordon
  • Written-ByBobbie Gentry


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): 45-57529
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): 45-57421


  • Mastered At – Capitol Studios, New York City
  • Pressed By – Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Scranton
  • Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
  • Published By – Larry Shayne Music, Inc.


Ode to Billie Joe is the debut studio album by American singer-songwriter Bobbie Gentry. It was released on August 21, 1967, by Capitol Records. Despite performing regularly with her mother in the mid-60s, Gentrys sole ambition originally was to write songs to sell to other artists, telling the Washington Post that she only sang on the recording of Ode to Billie Joe that she took to Capitol because it was cheaper than hiring someone to sing it. Gentry also brought Mississippi Delta to Capitol on. Bobbie Gentry performs 'Ode To Billie Joe' live on the BBC in in album Bobbie Gentry - Ode To Billie Joe 1967. Bobbie Gentry - Mississippi Delta. Bobbie Gentry - I Saw An Angel Die. Bobbie Gentry - Chickasaw County Child. Bobbie Gentry - Sunday Best. Bobbie Gentry - Niki Hoeky. Bobbie Gentry - Papa, Won't You Take Me To Town With You. Ищете треки из альбома Ode To Billie Joe исполнителя Bobbie Gentry Тогда заходите на наш сайт - слушайте музыку онлайн и скачивайте бесплатно. Gentry's debut LP, which went to number one on the pop charts, was a promising but not wholly satisfying disc, with the singer penning all but one of the songs. Inevitably, the title track dwarfed everything else by comparison, but a greater problem was that several of the other tunes recycled variations of the Ode to Billie Joe riff. On the other hand, Mississippi Delta is gloriously tough, throaty swamp rock few other women pop singers have sounded as raw. Ode to Billie Joe is the debut solo studio album by Bobbie Gentry. It was released in 1967. It was produced by Kelly Gordon and arranged by Jimmie Haskell and Shorty Rogers. It was the only album to displace The Beatles Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band from its 15-week reign at the top of the Billboard 200 album chart. Ode to Billie Joe Q&A. Album 1967 10 Songs. Ode to Billie Joe. Bobbie Gentry. Soft Rock free to Bobbie Gentry Ode To Billie Joe Mississippi Delta, I Saw An Angel Die and more. 10 tracks 30:41. Ode to Billie Joe is Bobbie Gentry's debut album, released in 1967. It was produced by Kelly Gordon and arranged by Jimmie Haskel and Shorty Rogers. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 1967 Scranton Pressing Vinyl от Ode To Billie Joe на Gentry embraced the success of Ode to Billie Joe, but spent the rest of her career trying to transcend the hillbilly persona that was created with it. Onstage, before performing Ode to Billie Joe, shed explain that the song was authentic because she did indeed grow up dirt-poor on her grandparents farm near the Tallahatchie Bridge in Chickasaw County, Mississippi but also, shed been studying music and performing since she moved to California at 13 years old. While working on the songs that would make up her debut album, also called Ode to Billie Joe, Gentry told friends like former bandmate Frank Llacuna that her goal was to make sophisticated country music