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The singer went on a national news channel two years ago to announce that they had been back in the studio for the first time in 25 years, but Dave admitted it wasn't entirely true as they'd only discussed the prospect and need to argue out their creative differences first.
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A year later Elvis recorded a hopped up version of the song that became one of his most exciting Sun sides. Although Arthur had no further hits his popularity as a live performer enabled him to record another 11 singles fr Excello. His material is a mix of up tempo rocking sides along with slower loping titles - a few of the up tempo sides find him trying to repeat the success of House.
Although GUnter was not a particularly intense performer his easy going style is most appealing. Booklet has informative notes by Bob Fisher and full discographical info. Bouncing, Rocking and Rolling, The material is a satisfying mixture of honky tonk, western flavored items, novelty songs, rockin' country and country boogie with Gunter backed by fine swingin' bands with sidemen like Grady Martin, Tommy Jackson, Billy Burke, Owen Bradley, Chet Atkins, Dale Potter, Jerry Byrd, Zeke Turner and others.
Many of the songs are Gunter originals and he started his career with the great Birmingham Bounce which never made the charts but the cover by Red Foley ended up topping the country charts and 14 in the pop charts. Several of the cuts here are borderline rockabilly and Hardrock's records are very popular wih rockabilly fans.
There have been several CD reissues of his recordings so if you have any of the previous reissues you might want to check track listings, if not, this is a particularly fine selection with excellent sound and informative notes by Roger Dopson. After leaving the Lamplighters he was signed by Aladdin in and his first release - a cover of Bobby Day's Little Bitty Pretty One was a massive hit, eclipsing the original and selling over a million copies.
Sound quality is excellent and there are informative notes by Roger Dopson. Two CDs, 56 tracks, highly recommended At the beginning of this year Jasmine put out an excellent single CD retrospective with 30 tracks of the unique and idiosyncratic Texas bluesman Smokey Hogg.
Now, Acrobat ups the ante with this double CD with 56 tracks and although there are 15 duplications with the Jasmine set, this one is definitely worth your while as it gives us a more in depth look at Smokey's music featuring recordings made for 18 different labels! It includes one side of his first recording made for Decca in which shows the influence o J. Funny Papa Smith.
It also includes one side of Penitentiary Blues recorded for the obscure Top Hat label in - a beautiful solo country blues treatment of a traditional Texas blues that has also been recorded by Lightnin' Hopkins and Lowell Fulson. It's a shame they didn't include both sides of these recordings.
In spite of Smokey's occasional problems with timing and tuning there's little doubt that he could swing on some serious down-home blues and it's worth noting that by , the technical flaws in his playing were minimal and he and his accompanying groups were usually on the same wavelength. The recordings are presented in chronological order, sound is fine and there are informative notes by Paul Watts and full discographical info. There are also label shots of the many labels that Smokey recorded for.
Another little known artist from B. Although Ernie Lee had little success as a recording artist he was a popular artist on country radio shows in the s. He had a pleasant, easy-going style - a little like his good friend Red Foley. Jimmy's sound was harder and less polished than his brothers but equally vibrant. Like Joe, JImmy's key recordings were made for Specialty for whom he recorded between and This set also includes four superb sides Jimmy recorded for Aladdin in including a couple of sequels to Drunk in I Ain't Drunk and No More Alcohol and six sides he recorded for his own Duplex label in which are fine but not up to the standard of his earlier sides - mostly the problem of poorer sound.
Sound is excellent and there are informative notes by Bob Fisher and full discographical details. Dave Bartholomew discovered Mitchell, produced and more often than not played on all of these tracks along with the finest of New Orleans session musicians. Try Rock And Roll was Mitchell's highest charting single 1 in New Orleans, top 20 national ; nowadays, he is probably best known for doing the first recording a great version at that of I'm Gonna be a Wheel Someday. Those are just a couple of his best tracks, because this collection is really all-killer and no-filler start to finish, whether it is the rougher early tracks or the polished later ones.
Absolutely brilliant debut album from by this brilliant flute player from Co. Molloy is a dazzling musician with incredible breath control and impeccable fingering but his playing is also full of warmth and sensitivity resulting in truly beautiful music. He is accompanied on this collection of mostly reels and jigs by Donal Lunny on guitar and bouzouki and Lunny's playing perfectly underpins that of Molloy. Magnificent stuff. A few tracks were recorded with studio musicians who do a fine job except for the two tracks with an organ which couldn't be more out of place.
Sound quality is excellent and their notes by Arthur Wilkinson which are fairly brief but informative. The Early Years - REcorded They were joined by various fiddle players and later sides added accordion, steel and other instruments.
Bill, who was an excellent singer, wrote most of their material - much of it blues based and often having a western swing feel, particularly on the later sides. Sound quality is generally ine though a ew tracks are from rough originals. Includes in depth notes by Kevin Coffey. Penny was working in Birmingham when he organized the group with fiddler Sheldon Bennett, banjoist Louis Dumont, steel player Sammy Forsmark and bass player Carl Stewart, a result of Penny being captivated by the "Texas fiddle band" music of Milton Brown and the Light Crust Doughboys.
The band had problems catching on in Birmingham and Chattanooga, but grew and dramatically improved once they got to Atlanta through the addition of Noel Boggs's steel guitar and Boudleaux Bryant's fiddle. The most rudimentary moments are the selections from the sessions, though performances like I Got The Right Key Baby and the title song are entertaining.
The group was history after their session with Eddie Duncan's steel guitar gracing such great tunes as Steel Guitar Hula and Looking For Somebody To Love but Penny managed one more session with pickup musicians in , that produced six of the songs included here: among them Why Did I Cry and Army Blues. Excellent notes and compilation by Kevin Coffey. In stock next week. Five CD set with tracks. The Texas-born vocalist returned in with a soulful version of the country hit, 'Release Me' for Lenox Records, subsequently signing with Atlantic Records for whom she recorded a total of four full albums between with a brief spell at Roulette Records in An 8,word informative and extensive essay by renowned UK writer Charles Waring, alongside superb mastering by Nick Robbins and first class artwork by Roger Williams make this box set an overdue celebration of Esther Phillips' glorious artistry, in particular as a commemoration of her passing in August, at the age of Cameron 1 G.
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