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Johnny O - Memphis Roots - The Best Of Memphis Roots (CD)

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  1. May 07,  · On the new cd the band serves up classic country (“Every Other Day at a Time,”) northern soul (“Never Been to Memphis,”) and re-fried doo-wop (“Buddy,”) a tribute to the legendary deejay Buddy Rubbish.
  2. Southern Roots: Back Home In Memphis was touted as a "comeback" album for Lewis, which was misleading at best; Lewis had been enjoying enormous success on the country music charts since , scoring 15 top 10 hits (including four chart toppers) and selling out concerts on the road.
  3. Jul 15,  · “I've got a new way to spell Memphis, Tennessee: M-I-C, K-E-Y, M-O-U-S-E!” as captured by the album cover, which juxtaposes an image .
  4. On August 28, , Grammy-winning blues icon Bobby Rush will release Rawer Than Raw, a stripped-down, acoustic tribute to the rich blues history of Mississippi featuring songs from a handful of blues greats from his adopted home state.. The record, on the year-old’s own Deep Rush Records label in partnership with Thirty Tigers, is a follow-up to Rush’s Grammy-nominated album.
  5. Blues Roots is a studio album by Ike Turner released on United Artists Records in June The album was a side project recorded in 19at his studio Bolic Sound in Inglewood, California. Two singles were released, "Right On" and a cover of Lloyd Price's "Lawdy Miss Clawdy." The album was reissued by BGO Records in on the double CD Blues Roots/Bad Dreams.
  6. Chuck Berry wrote this and recorded it in as "Memphis, Tennessee." It languished as the B-side of his Back In The U.S.A. single, but was revived when the white blues guitarist Lonnie Mack covered it in With the title shortened to "Memphis," his version went to #5 in the US.
  7. Apr 18,  · "The Spirit of Elvis" presents a selection of "Roots-Songs" from Elvis` legendary sessions @ "American Sound Studio" im Memphis TN We did a little editing and remastered the sound.
  8. American Roots Songbook: Blues From Memphis Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #, in CDs & Vinyl (See Top in CDs & Vinyl) considering they are taken from recordings done from about to the 40s, are good, a credit to they who mastered the album. The selections are not really rare for the most part, so it might have been nice to have 2/5(1).
  9. Johnny O'Neal was an American R&B singer best known as a member of Ike Turner's Kings of arforwendhalfaurokagoflidobartnar.xyzinfo also sang with blues guitarist Earl Hooker.O'Neal used various pseudonyms such as Brother Bell, Burntface Brother, and Scarface Johnny. As a solo artist he recorded for King Records and Sun Records in the s. He also formed his own group called Johnny O'Neal and the Hound Dogs.

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