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  1. Nov 27,  · C. C. Rider is a Registered Users in the Talk of The Villages Florida. View C. C. Rider''s profile.
  2. Jun 17,  · Some say C.C. is an Easy Rider, a good lover. Others say C.C.’s a freeloader. Maybe it’s a train—the Colorado Central—or maybe someone who hitches a ride on those rails. Probably the most famous recording of “C.C. Rider” comes from Chuck Willis, a rock n’ roll pioneer known for comin’ up with a dance called the stroll. From
  3. Check out C.C. Rider by Jerry Lee Lewis & Friends on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on mecderoketadedatcudawadingnorr.coinfo
  4. Charlie Rich Lyrics. "C.C. Rider". Well, C.C. Rider, see what you have done. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yes, C.C. Rider, see what you have done. Girl, you made me love you now your man's come. I'm going away, baby, won't be back till fall.
  5. Motorcycle mechanic C.C. Ryder joins "The Heads," an outlaw biker gang. Fellow gang members menace fashion journalist Ann when her limo breaks down in the desert, but C.C. comes to her rescue. The bikers disrupt a motorcross event tied in with a fashion shoot, but C.C. enters the competition under Ann's admiring eye.
  6. This traditional blues song was originally recorded as 'C.C. Rider' by William Lee Conley, or as he was better known, Big Bill Broonzy, in the s. Ma Rainey made it popular in as the 'See See Rider Blues', and both Ma Rainey and Big Bill's versions are much slower than Elvis' version.
  7. The "C.C. Rider," also known as "See See Rider" or "Easy Rider," is a blues cliché for the sexual partner, although originally it referred to the guitar hung on the back of the traveling bluesman. Ma Rainey was a vaudeville star in the early s, singing in tents at travelling shows.

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