Voices Of Americana: Rod Bernard. 28 tracks · 24 May 2009. 14 tracks · 30 May 2011. This Should Go On Forever.
For a brief moment in the early '60s, Louisiana swamp pop singer Rod Bernard's tune "This Should Go on Forever" was so enormous that he was featured on American Bandstand, the only artist from that specific geographic region, playing that style of music, to ever appear on that TV show.
It features the hit singles "Lost In You", "Forever Young", "My Heart Can't Tell You No", and "Crazy About Her". The album was produced by Stewart and members of The Power Station: guitarist Andy Taylor (also a former member of Duran Duran), and bassist Bernard Edwards (formerly of Chic). Chic drummer Tony Thompson also plays on the record.
Rod Bernard (born August 12, 1940) is an American singer who helped to pioneer the musical genre known as "swamp pop", which combined New Orleans-style rhythm and blues, country and western, and Cajun and black Creole music. He is generally considered one of the foremost musicians of this south Louisiana-east Texas idiom, along with such notables as Bobby Charles, Johnnie Allan, Tommy McLain, and Warren Storm.
Rod Bernard songs download, free online mp3 listen. album: Voices Of Americana: Rod Bernard. Diggy Liggy Lo. album: Rod Bernard. Congratulations To You Darling. Help Me Put Myself Together. album: Louisiana Rock 'n' Roll. album: Boogie in Black & White. Pardon Mister Gordon. album: Rock a Billy Legends 4, Vol. 2. Little Green Man. album: Cajun Honey. Let's Start a Commotion.
Perfil: Swamp pop singer and guitarist in the late 1950s and 1960s, born August 12, 1940, in Opelousas, Louisiana, USA.
The Essential Collection, 1997. This Should Go on Forever, 02:48. Pardon Mr. Gordon, 02:07. Diggy Liggy Lo, 02:29.