John Bult - Julie's Sixteenth Birthday mp3 flac
- Album: Julie's Sixteenth Birthday
- MP3: 1110 mb | FLAC: 1788 mb
- Released: 1985
- Style: Country
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 942
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His one and only LP, Julie’s Sixteenth Birthday should have been his calling card to country music stardom. Instead the album has been singled out as the best of the worst – not for Bult’s singing abilities, but for its unfortunate cover art. It still chaps me real bad, he said. The whole thing still makes me mad, even after all of these years. In 1980, John Bult was playing gigs throughout his native Louisiana, when he met up with Howard Richard, an investor who liked Bult’s sound, and thought he could be a star.
Julie's Sixteenth Birthday. Travelin' On A One-Way Street. I Want To Love You Some More. Same Ol Way. A Fire Never Burns Twice The Same. Julie's Sixteenth Birthday (LP, Album).
Julie's Sixteenth Birthday" by John Bult (1985). I guess we are left to assume that the album cover depicts the scene in heaven where Jim is offering Julie his apology. Heaven therefore is a piano bar complete with beer and smokes (St. Peter has obviously loosened up about cigarettes getting past the pearly gates). Gilligan April 06, 2012. Given the way ol' John conducted himself, I wouldn't be too hasty and assume this is heaven. Last I checked, "Old Nick" had a pretty loose policy on smoking.
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Julie's Sixteenth Birthday'. This could be the most uncomfortable cover on our list. What in the world is going on here? Julie is having the WORST sweet sixteen known to MTV. They appear to be at a restaurant or bar. She's bummed for having royally messed up her piano performance? Then this bearded and blitzed cowboy comes over to console her. He's obviously not her father. Maybe her cardshark/conman uncle? Whatever his deal is, he's lapping up every last tear that crawls out of this jailbait's eyes and we feel absolutely helpless. Like watching a car crash.
This explains a lot. 5. Jeff Kutash & Dancin’ Machine – Self-titled album. This is a costume party gone wrong. 6. Tony Schwartz – The New York Taxi Driver. A warning to NY residents: if your driver looks like this, WALK AWAY. 7. John Bult – Julie’s Sixteenth Birthday. Is that Julie? If that is indeed Julie, this is so wrong in so many ways. 8. Jim Post – I Love My Life. What’s not to love? He has a great mustache, an outdoor shower, and probably the warmth of his rifle at night. 9. David Cassidy – Rock Me Baby. Somehow, the album title does not sound as sexy as it should.
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|A||Julie's Sixteenth Birthday
Written-By – Teddy Broussard
|B||Half As Much
Written-By – Teddy Broussard
- Backing Vocals – Darrel Puett*, Laurie Rutherford
- Drums – Randy Reeves
- Engineer – Mark Miller
- Engineer, Steel Guitar, Fiddle – Tommy Melder
- Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar – Freddie Pate, Randy Conner*
- Mastered By – M.C. Rather
- Photography By – Vic Monsour
- Piano – Rick R. P. Harold
- Producer – Teddy Broussard
- Vibraphone, Backing Vocals – Glenn Adams