Tags » Rosco Gordon

NO MORE DOGGIN’ THE RPM STORY VOLUME 1 1950-53.

NO MORE DOGGIN’ THE RPM STORY VOLUME 1 1950-53.

Jules Bihari, a Hollywood based musical entrepreneur, founded Modern Music with his brothers Saul, Joe and Lester in 1944. 2,479 more words

Ace Records

A Hall of Fame Voice: Remembering Bobby "Blue" Bland

There ain’t but a few left. The Post-War generation of great blues musicians, the men and women who brought a rural music into the American city and then to the world is slipping away, Now we’ve lost singer Bobby “Blue” Bland, a contemporary of such masters as Junior Parker, Johnny Ace, Rosco Gordon and the last surviving member of the Memphis blues cadre, the magisterial B.B. 307 more words

Music

On the Bench Too Long: Rosco Gordon

I’m not one for patriotism.  Some of the greatest singers (Merle Haggard, Johnny Cash off the top of my head) worst recordings are their hand-on-heart, flag saluting songs that sit like lumps of coal in their otherwise bejeweled repertoires. 687 more words

USA

Teen Delights Vol. II

Teen Delights Vol. II

Various Artists

Side One

Rosie and The Originals – Angel Baby
Dee Clark – Raindrops
The Pips – Every Beat of My Heart… 46 more words

Most Importantly - The Vinyl

Monday, 5/23/11

 flicks
(an occasional series)

Rosco Gordon & The Red Tops, “Chicken In The Rough”
Rock Baby, Rock It! (1957)

**********

lagniappe

radio

Lloyd Knibb Memorial Broadcast: 9 more words

Music Clip Of The Day

Mississippi Blues Diaspora

During the early to mid-20th century, many African-Americans began to leave the impoverished and oppressive environment of Mississippi to find work in the factories of larger cities to the north. 473 more words

Memphis Music