House of the Rising Sun is a 1976 album by American jazz musician Idris Muhammad. The House Of The Rising Sun" (featuring David Sanborn). Baia ( Boogie Bump )". "Hard To Face The Music". Theme For New York City". Pipe Stem" (CD Bonus Track). I Know You Don't Want Me No More" (CD Bonus Track). Note: The original vinyl album contains only the first six tracks. Idris Muhammad - drums. Will Lee, Wilbur Bascomb - bass. Eric Gale, Joe Beck - guitar.
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The House of the Rising Sun" is a traditional folk song, sometimes called "Rising Sun Blues". It tells of a life gone wrong in New Orleans. 1 Origin and early versions. 2 The Animals version. Sales and certifications. 3 Frijid Pink version.
There is a house in New Orleans They call the Rising Sun And it's been the ruin of many a poor boy And God I know I'm one. My mother was a tailor Sewed my new blue jeans My father was gambling man Down in New Orleans. Now the only thing a gambler needs Is a suitcase and a trunk And the only time he'll be satisfied Is when he's all a-drunk.
House of Rising Sun" was said to have been known by miners in 1905. The oldest published version of the lyrics is that printed by Robert Winslow Gordon in 1925, in a column "Old Songs That Men Have Sung" in Adventure magazine. The lyrics of that version begin:. In September 1981, Dolly Parton released a cover of the song as the third single from her album 9 to 5 and Odd Jobs. Like Miller's earlier country hit, Parton's remake returns the song to its original lyric of being about a fallen woman. The Parton version makes it quite blunt, with a few new lyric lines that were written by Parton.