Sweet Sixteen may refer to: Sweet sixteen (birthday), a party thrown in honor of a girl's 16th birthday, primarily in the United States. Sweet Sixteen (1928 film), featuring Reginald Sheffield. Sweet Sixteen (1983 film), directed by Jim Sotos. Sweet Sixteen (2002 film), directed by Ken Loach. Sweet Sixteen (2016 film), Chinese-South Korean romance film. Sweet Sixteen (TV series), British sitcom with Penelope Keith. Sweet Sixteen" (CSI: NY episode), an episode of the television series CSI: NY.
sweet-voiced and sometimes bombastic. Nicolette Johns, The Blues Alone Holland. Sometimes, the only thing that can soothe your soul is some of those good ole, down-home blues from somebody that sings ’em,and sings ’em well. Dit album toont op een prima wijze aan wat de kracht van deze band is, namelijk blues die kan swingen maar die ook diep emotioneel kan zijn. Ik kan na beluistering van dit album alleen nog maar uitbrengen. Take me in your arms and sugar me, mama !!! - Peter Marinus, Blues Magazine NL.
Sweet Sixteen" is a song by British singer-songwriter Billy Idol, released in 1987 as the third single from his third studio album Whiplash Smile (1986). The song written by Idol and produced by Keith Forsey. Sweet Sixteen" peaked at No. 20 in the US and No. 17 in the UK. It was also a hit across Europe and beyond. The song appeared in the Miami Vice episode "Honor Among Thieves?"
Illustration – Jim Jonson. 1960 Star Line series reissue on gold label. Track duration is not listed on labels or sleeve. Matrix, Runout: T1-311-D7. Matrix, Runout: T2-311-D7. Clyde McCoy's Sugar Blues (LP, Album, Mono). T-311, T311, T 311. US. 1956. Clyde McCoy And His Orchestra.
Sugar Blues" from the Chinatown album may contain some fine and typical Thin Lizzy soloing, but in the words of Lynott biographer Mark Putterford, it also contained "perhaps the most disturbing disclosure of them all". The song is obviously about Lynott's growing addiction to heroin, but as Dublin promoter Smiley Bolger said, "It was so obvious we couldn't see it". Lynott co-wrote "Sugar Blues" with guitarists Scott Gorham and Snowy White, and drummer Brian Downey; it runs to 4 minutes 22 seconds and was released on the album in October 1980.
While Royal Trux is now able to play these blues riffs, they don't have the desire to make them palatable. At heart, they still want to tap into what originally scared people about rock & roll, and to a certain extent they do - they are a viciously anti-social band, snarling vocals and throwing riffs out carelessly. However, they are falling into a netherworld with music that is too slick for indie and too weird for the mainstream, which means Sweet Sixteen is unlikely to appeal outside of their cult.
- Producer – Merl Olds