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The Best of Phillip Walker: Heritage of the Blues
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produced by Bruce Bromberg, 1941- and Dennis Walker; performed by Phillip Walker, 1937-, The Memphis Horns (Hightone Records, 2003), 46 mins, 12 page(s)
produced by Bruce Bromberg, 1941- and Dennis Walker; performed by Phillip Walker, 1937-, The Memphis Horns (Hightone Records, 2003), 46 mins, 12 page(s)
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Billy Eckstine: Stormy/Feel the Warm
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produced by Isaac Hayes, 1942-2008 and Billy Eckstine, 1914-1993; performed by Billy Eckstine, 1914-1993 (Stax Records, 1994), 1 hour 4 mins
produced by Isaac Hayes, 1942-2008 and Billy Eckstine, 1914-1993; performed by Billy Eckstine, 1914-1993 (Stax Records, 1994), 1 hour 4 mins
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Creole Kings Of New Orleans: 26 Great Songs
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produced by Art Rupe, 1917-, Johnny Vincent, 1927-2000, Robert Alexander Blackwell, 1918-1985, Lee Rupe, Harold Battiste, 1931- and Billy Vera, 1944- (Specialty Records, 1958), 1 hour 2 mins
produced by Art Rupe, 1917-, Johnny Vincent, 1927-2000, Robert Alexander Blackwell, 1918-1985, Lee Rupe, Harold Battiste, 1931- and Billy Vera, 1944- (Specialty Records, 1958), 1 hour 2 mins
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Jesse Belvin: The Blues Balladeer
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produced by Billy Vera, 1944-; performed by Jesse Belvin, 1932-1960 (Specialty Records, 1989), 1 hour 6 mins
produced by Billy Vera, 1944-; performed by Jesse Belvin, 1932-1960 (Specialty Records, 1989), 1 hour 6 mins
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Joe Liggins & The Honeydrippers
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produced by Art Rupe, 1917- and Billy Vera, 1944-; performed by Joe Liggins, 1915-1987, The Honeydrippers (Specialty Records, 1989), 1 hour 13 mins
Pianist Joe Liggins presented a fairly sophisticated brand of swinging jump blues to jitterbuggers during the early '50s, when his irresistible "Pink Champagne" scaled the R&B charts. Twenty-five of his very best 1950-1954 Specialty sides grace this collection, including a tasty remake of "The Honeydripper;" "Rhyt...
produced by Art Rupe, 1917- and Billy Vera, 1944-; performed by Joe Liggins, 1915-1987, The Honeydrippers (Specialty Records, 1989), 1 hour 13 mins
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Little Richard, Vol. 2: Shag On Down By The Union Hall
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produced by Billy Vera, 1944-, Art Rupe, 1917-, Robert Alexander Blackwell, 1918-1985 and Little Richard, 1932-; performed by Little Richard, 1932- (Specialty Records, 1996), 53 mins
produced by Billy Vera, 1944-, Art Rupe, 1917-, Robert Alexander Blackwell, 1918-1985 and Little Richard, 1932-; performed by Little Richard, 1932- (Specialty Records, 1996), 53 mins
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LLoyd Price: Lawdy!
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produced by Art Rupe, 1917-, Lloyd Price, 1933- and Billy Vera, 1944-; performed by Lloyd Price, 1933- (Specialty Records, 1991), 1 hour 2 mins
produced by Art Rupe, 1917-, Lloyd Price, 1933- and Billy Vera, 1944-; performed by Lloyd Price, 1933- (Specialty Records, 1991), 1 hour 2 mins
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Doo-Wop From Dolphin's of Hollywood, Vol. 2
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produced by John Dolphin, 1902-1958 and Billy Vera, 1944- (Specialty Records, 1991), 58 mins
produced by John Dolphin, 1902-1958 and Billy Vera, 1944- (Specialty Records, 1991), 58 mins
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Lloyd Price, Vol. 2: Heavy Dreams
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produced by Art Rupe, 1917-, Lloyd Price, 1933- and Billy Vera, 1944-; performed by Lloyd Price, 1933- (Specialty Records, 1993), 57 mins
No discernible artistic dropoff on Specialty's encore Price retrospective, distinguished by his classics "Oooh-Oooh-Oooh," "Tell Me Pretty Baby," "Ain't It a Shame?" (not Fats Domino's hit), "Country Boy Rock," and "Why" (he later recut the latter for ABC-Paramount). ~ Bill Dahl, All Music Guide
produced by Art Rupe, 1917-, Lloyd Price, 1933- and Billy Vera, 1944-; performed by Lloyd Price, 1933- (Specialty Records, 1993), 57 mins
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Rufus Thomas Live!
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produced by Tom Nixon and Al Bell, 1940-; performed by Rufus Thomas, 1917-2001 (Stax Records, 1994), 1 hour 14 mins
The Crown Prince of Memphis Soul, a.k.a., the Oldest Living Teenager, Rufus Thomas clowns, jokes, brags, and dances while singing five lengthy numbers. Rufus penned three songs including the hits "Walking The Dog," and the 17 minute long "Do The Funky Chicken," a third "Big Fine Hunk Of A Woman," is a blues set of...
produced by Tom Nixon and Al Bell, 1940-; performed by Rufus Thomas, 1917-2001 (Stax Records, 1994), 1 hour 14 mins
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