Eight of the recordings by Bill Black's Combo placed in the Top 40 between 1959 and 1962. Advertised as "Terrific for Dancing" their Saxy Jazz album spent a record whole year in the top 10. .The Combo's sound of danceable blues became a popular accompaniment for striptease dancers Lyn-Lou Studio. In 1962, Bill Black opened a recording studio called "Lyn-Lou Studios" (a shortened nickname "Linda-Lou" he had for his daughter Nancy), and a record label named "Louis" after his son, on Chelsea Street in Memphis, Tennessee, with Larry Rogers (Studio 19, Nashville) as his engineer and producer.
Tracks count: 10. Views: 7. Stephen Gordin - Southern Man Blues 03:52. Stephen Gordin - Almost Home 05:35. Stephen Gordin - Long Haired Hippies 04:01. Stephen Gordin - Dream the Promised Land 03:51. Stephen Gordin - Till Tommorrow 05:01. Stephen Gordin - Momma's in the Kitchen 03:29. Stephen Gordin - Carolina Dreams 04:22.
Popular Songs of Artist/Band. Big Bill Broonzy - Mindin' My Own Business. Big Bill Broonzy - Trucking Little Woman. Big Bill Broonzy - Big Bill Blues. Big Bill Broonzy - Just a Dream. Big Bill Broonzy - Bull Cow Blues.
Fueled by more impressive material from the pens of Jackson, Johnson, and LaSalle, Hill was in an amazing groove during the years prior to his untimely demise, and the crack Malaco house band was certainly up to the task. Just like the title track ably demonstrated, .
Features Song Lyrics for Big Bill Broonzy's Midnite Jazz & Blues: The Southern Blues album. Big Bill Broonzy - Midnite Jazz & Blues: The Southern Blues Album. Artist: Big Bill Broonzy. Send "Big Bill Broonzy" Ringtones to your Cell. Album: Midnite Jazz & Blues: The Southern Blues. 0. 1. Just a Dream (On My Mind).
The Southern Blues " (1935). EARLY COUNTRY BLUES Alger "Texas" Alexander Pink Anderson Barbecue Bob Hicks Scrapper Blackwell Black Ace Blind Blake Big Bill Broonzy Richard "Rabbit" Brown Willie Brown Bumble Bee Slim Gus Cannon Bo Carter Sam Collins Floyd Council Ida Cox (1896-1967) Gary Davis (1896-1972) Sleepy John Estes (1904-1977) Blind Boy Fuller (1908-1941) Jesse Fuller (1896-1976) Billy Garland (1918-1960) Jazz. 1915-2006) Mississippi Fred McDowell (1904-1972) Brownie McGhee (1915-1996) Blind Willie McTell (1901-1959) The Memphis Jug Band Big Maceo Merriweather (1905-1953) Eugene "Buddy" Moss (c. 1914-1984) Memphis Minnie (1897-1973) Charlie Patton (1891-1934) Piano Red (1911-1985) Ma Rainey (1886-1939) Tampa Red (1904-1981) Bessie Smith (1894-1937) Victoria Spivey (1908-1976) Frank Stokes (c.
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