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Wanda Jackson "Fujiyama Mama" Live 2011 w/Green Corn Revival

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Uploaded on Jan 29, 2011

Wanda Jackson "Fujiyama Mama" with Green Corn Revival "The Party Ain't Over" Album release party. Filmed at the Academy of Contemporary Music at the University of Central Oklahoma, Jan 28th, 2011

Wanda Jackson Fujiyama Mama Lyrics

I've been to Nagasaki Hiroshima too the same I did to them baby I can do to you
Cause I'm a Fujiyama mama and I'm just about to blow my top
Fujiyama-yama Fujiyama
And when I start erupting ain't nobody gonna make me stop

I drink a quart of sakey smoke dynamite
I chase it with tobaccy and then shoot out the light
Cause I'm a Fujiyama mama...
[ guitar ]
Well you can talk about me say that I'm mean
I'll blow your head off baby with nitroglycerine
Cause I'm a Fujiyama mama...

Well you can say I'm crazy stone deaf and dumb
But I can cause destruction just like the atom bomb
Cause I'm a Fujiyama mama...
I drink a quart of sakey...

From Examiner
Jackson's unique wild style of '50s music established her as one of the best rockabilly artists out there. Her best recordings include "Fujiyama Mama," "I Gotta Know" and "Right Or Wrong."

The new album includes a cover of Bob Dylan's "Thunder on the Mountain." You can read more about it from Bob Dylan Examiner Harold Lepidus.

Wiki
Wanda Lavonne Jackson (born October 20, 1937) is an American singer and guitarist who had success in the mid-1950s and 60s as one of the first popular female rockabilly singers and something of a pioneering rock and roll artist.[1] She is known to many as the Queen (or First Lady) of Rockabilly.[2]
Jackson mixed country music with fast-moving rockabilly, often recording them on opposite sides of a record.[3] As rockabilly declined in popularity in the mid-1960s, she moved to a successful career in mainstream country music with a string of hits between 1966 and 1973, including "Tears Will Be the Chaser for Your Wine", "A Woman Lives for Love" and "Fancy Satin Pillows".
She has enjoyed a resurgence of popularity among rockabilly revivalists in Europe, and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as an Early Influence in 2009.

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