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This story and discography are copyright, by Mike Callahan. Spurlin was a local Miami Daddy Blues - Sonny Burgess And The Pacers* - We Wanna Boogie (Vinyl artist and Bill Lowery picked up the song, pitched it to his writer Jerry Reed, who changed the lyrics a little bit and had Cartey record the song.
Born to Love One Woman 2. Heart Throb 3. I Wancha to Know 4. Mellow Down Easy 6. My Babe 7. Country music star Carl Smith died on Saturday, January He was 82 years old.
Smith started his career back in the late s and got a recording contract with Columbia in His first wife was June Carter, with whom he had a daughter, Carlene Carter, and later married singer Goldie Hill who died in Smith was a member of LP) Country Music Hall of Fame. One more legend is gone There are great discs. Look what's coming up: Bear Family 1. Bess was a Nashville country music scene personality during these years and gave many later artists such as Chet Atkins or George McCormick a start.
VA - Great Rockabilly Vol. Thursday, January 14, Asa Martin day 3. Roberto was so kind to send me a bunch of other Asa Martin songs I didn't post before and I want to share them with you.
I first thought of an CRH compilation, but then I decided to post them this way here, because I think it's easier. Last week, I wrote an article about Dennis W. Taylor, a rich farmer from Richmond, KY.
Taylor was instrumental in bringing many Kentucky old-time musicians to Gennett Records and so he did with Doc Roberts, Martin's long-time musical partner. Roberts' farm bordered on Taylor's and when Taylor was looking for artists to record, he choose Roberts.
This led to a long-running contract with Gennett and although Roberts had several other guitarists to back him, he picked Martin for his annual Gennett recording session, which was the beginning of a successful and long career. I don't know what to say else: enjoy the music. Thanks to Roberto for sharing these gems!
Death of J. Marcum 2. Hang Down Your Head and Cry 3. I Tickled Her Under the Chin 4. Jack Walk Papa 5. She has been touring regularly since then, and releasing new music on blues labels such as Antone's and Bullseye, and she was a headliner at the last Ponderosa Stomp in New Orleans.
Barbara Lynn turned in a fine performance, contributing both vocally and playing her left-handed guitar, with an excellent backing group. This Spanish combo sounds like they came right out of Chicago, not Spain. The singer, Blas Picon has a terrific sound with his voice and harmonica. The Stardevils performed at midnight in Purcell's Lounge. David Rhodes Brown also contributed to the compositions on the CD. My only hope now is that I can stay for an entire performance the next time I see them.
Of the Stardevils he said, "The Stardevils are one of the purist rockabilly bands that we sw in the short first 3 days of the show that we were there. Their style, sound and dress were authentic rockabilly. This band was my wife's favorite of all the smaller venue bands.
We are both looking forward to seeing them again. It's always a treat to see Levi Dexter, and he never lets his fans down. The last show I saw on Wednesday night was the a. Despite the fact that I was going to do another 7-mile run Daddy Blues - Sonny Burgess And The Pacers* - We Wanna Boogie (Vinyl Thursday morning, I just could not miss seeing the Hi-Q's. Filling out the quartet is Rudy Varner, who besides being the bass man for Jack Scott and who formerly played with the Starlight Drifters, is also the man behind that great rockabilly web site, Planet Rockabilly www.
A yardstick for lunatics, one point of view. From my "one point of view," "nothing is new. In looking at those happenings, I see illustrations of debate over basic human rights, alienation of others when in disagreement, segregation of peoples unlike those in power, sacrifice to expand horizons, surprise on the political front, and invention to enhance entertainment. Each of us can color these pictures as we wish and interpret their meaning accordingly I'm going to jump into my time machine on this final day of and go back to some places I've been to cast my eye upon the "color of time" First stop, sixty years ago,Newport, Arkansas I enter first grade at Walnut Street School totally oblivious to the world around me except for the friends in my class and the fun we have on the playground.
I go to church and play Little League baseball with some of these same friends and a few others LP) age who go to East Newport School on "the other side" of town. The schools in Newport are segregated in the late '50s, so all the faces I see at school are white. But to my good fortune, Elteaser Balentine, a young black woman only 19 years of age when she began working for my family, looks after me and my sister during this time.
I grew to love her and still do So, from my "Eltea experience," I get to see people for who they are. Black and white are colors without hue and I see them in similar light Sometimes too much light, sometimes not enough The "colors" of this early time in my life are basically associated with the Crayola crayon box that sits on my desk in Mrs. Shoffner's first grade class room Could she have overcome this health issue in today's advanced medical environs? I can't know since my time machine is not capable of bringing her back to present day with me.
The color is changing on my watch; it must be time to move on I get back into my time machine, a bit anxious about my next stop. I'm not sure I want my memories to get confused by facts. Dagnabbit, I sound somewhat like a "news" reporter!
I touch down inI'm 16 years old and pretty smart. When I dialed up as a destination, I was thinking that was tumultuous, but then again Fifty years ago When it comes to color, think tie-dyed or a Jackson Pollock abstract! The news is splattered with the assassinations of Martin Luther King and Bobby Kennedy, the racial turbulence surrounding the Democratic National Convention in Chicago and the riots in other major U.
Living in northeast Arkansas isolates me from much of this turmoil, but I still find myself perplexed and somewhat shaken by these goings on. More breaking "news"
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