Eula Cooper Try Love Make Me Do Foolish Things
By the middle ofThe Scorchers The Royals Hold On Tight 100 Lbs Of Clay lights on Jesse Jones productions were turned off and the Tragar label retired. A real estate agent who had helped him with some of his credit problems was poking at the edges of the record business, and Jones could only oblige, founding the Super Sound label in early With a new infusion of cash, Jones made a move that was long overdue: he took Eula Cooper and band out Imogen Heap Speak For Yourself Atlanta into an entirely different world of recording quality at Muscle Shoals Sound Studios.
For Jones, sweet relief was being back among true professionals, surrounded by the sound that superstars trekked the globe for.
That it missed the charts can only be attributed to a lack of promotion. Addicted to record producing, Jesse Jones fired up his third label in as many years in Note Records. Now a senior in high school, Eula Cooper was performing often and recording occasionally. She spent spare time singing in the choir, leading to the formation of the Cherry Blend with two choir friends, Shari Billingslea and Deborah Tolls.
Jones returned to Los Angeles and opened a ceramics studio and lived a simpler, though admittedly happier life. It wa the final record to bear the name Eula Cooper. I think there's another one but I can't remember it right now, and there is snow in the record room And i always had you down as a clean living guy. Don't think the vocals on "Let Our Love Grow Higher" are horrendous in any sense: naive and gauche maybe, Eula Cooper Try Love Make Me Do Foolish Things married to that tune and that rhythm track: perfect; hurried, impassioned, in the moment.
For me this is one of the records that define our scene. Eula's other records are okay, but surely no more than that. With the Super Sound 45, however, she genuinely touched immortality. Of course - how remiss of me to not be able to Eula Cooper Try Love Make Me Do Foolish Things the title - thanks for that bladeforlife Indeed it is We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better.
Although she was born in Opelika, AL she was living in Atlanta in her early teens and was just fourteen when she made her first record.
And amazingly enough both sides were credited to her as the writer. Jones started a new label, Note, in taking Eula with him. And in general I think the standard of her releases on the this label are of a higher calibre than her previous tracks, partly as Jones used studios in Muscle Shoals, with their better production facilities and partly as the material Eula was asked to sing, often by Bill Patterson, was better constructed.
But the flip was her true masterpiece, I Need You More. The excellent arrangement is credited to Wade Marcus on this first issue.
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