Joe Poovey - I Dreamed About The Blues mp3 flac download
|Title:||I Dreamed About The Blues|
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Yesterday & Today (LP, Album, Mono). 버전 판매. Singles & EPs. 126. Joe Poovey. I Dreamed About The Blues (7", Single).
THE FIRST JOE POOVEY ROCKABILLY RECORD to reach the shops was a real gem. 'Move Around' appeared in 1957 on Dixie, a subsidiary of Starday Records, and is top quality rockabilly. It was written by Les Gilliam who played rhythm guitar, and featured Joe on vocals, with Chuck Jennings on guitar, Mickey Jones (drums), Bobby Rambo (bass), Albert Talley (steel), . Oliver (piano), Eddie McDuff doing the harmonies, and Orville Couch handclapping and stomping in the background. The second album was recorded in 1990 and was comprised of old country songs and is provisionally entitled 'Acoustically Yours'. Joe recently met up with Russell Sims again after many years. Livin' Alone - Poovey/Shell - Rebel You May Seek - Poovey/Shell - Rebel/Sun Rock I Dreamed About The Blues - Poovey/Shell - Rebel/Sun Rock Jamica Jill - Poovey/Shell - Rebel/Sun Rock Two Young Hearts - Poovey/Shell - Rebel/Sun Rock It's A Lonely Night - Poovey/Shell/Simms - Simms What Have I Got To Lose - Poovey/Shell - Bolyou States.
These 20 tracks, from the vaults of the Little Darlin' label, highlight both the rockabilly screamers and honky tonk weepers that Poovey easily switched between throughout his four decades of playing and writing music. The first six tracks fluctuate in quality as they were recorded live between 1959 and 1960 and also in Poovey's garage on primitive equipment.
Biography by Jason Ankeny. Rockabilly cat "Groovey" Joe Poovey was born in Dallas in May 10, 1941. Something of a child prodigy, at the age of ten he cut his debut single, "Santa's Little Helper," for the California-base. ead Full Biography.
Everyday I Have the Blues is an album by singer Joe Williams with Count Basie and His Orchestra featuring tracks recorded in 1959 (with one track from 1957 on the original LP) which was originally released on the Roulette label.
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May 10, 1941 Dallas, Dallas County, Texas, .
This 2016 Blues Album Round-up features albums from the time-tested veterans, great stuff from the genre’s younger apprentices as well as a lovely dose of surprises. The rolling stones - blue and lonesome. The titanic blues influence on the Rolling Stones is something even the casual Stones fan is fully aware of. How could you miss it? They always brought a little Muddy Waters with them. Blue and Lonesome is an enjoyable reminder of how the Rolling Stones could sound when they didn’t drift far from the world of the twelve-bar blues. This speaks volumes about Cotton, but also about the elemental quality of the blues itself. It cannot grow old because the emotions that create it are the same now as they’ve been since the beginning of time.
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- Published By – Betsy Pub.
- Written By – Shell
- Written-By – Poovey*
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