Tom Cunningham - Big Daddy Superstar - Rock 'N Roll C&W Boogie Blues Man mp3 album
LPS 507. Tom Cunningham. Big Daddy Superstar - Rock 'N Roll C&W Boogie Blues Man (LP, Album). LPS 507. Switzerland. Comin' Back For More (LP).
Best known as a Country music singer and piano player, he moved to Houston at age 17 and began playing rock n roll in local clubs, cutting "Tell Me Why" and "Oo-ee-baby" for the local Minor label. Mickey Leroy Gilley was born 9th March 1936 in Natchez, Mississippi
Mickey Leroy Gilley was born 9th March 1936 in Natchez, Mississippi. View full artist profile. Play all. Johnny Lee. 34,036 listeners.
Ten Years Of Hits 1984. Urban Cowboy (Vinyl) 1980. TJ's Mickey Gilley Collection CD4 2008. TJ's Mickey Gilley Collection CD1 2008.
Boogie rock is a genre of rock music which came out of the hard heavy blues rock of the late 1960s. Largely designed for dance parties, it tends to feature a repetitive driving rhythm in place of instrumental experimentation found in the more progressive blues-rock bands of the period. Boogie rockers concentrate on the groove, working a steady, chugging back beat, often in shuffle time.
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8 Another variation of Boogie Woogie in G Example 9 Boogie Woogie with resolution: second, fifth, first Example 10-13 Examples inspired by Pete Johnson Example 14 Rock n ‘Roll, late 50th in C Example 15 Rock n ‘Roll, late 50th in G Example 16 Base Rock Example 17 Base Rock type The jumping (Jack Flash) Example 18 Base Honky Tonk. Example 19 Intro Rock nT Roll Example 20 Turnaround in C Example 21 Final for Rock n ‘Roll and Blues Example 22 Boogie Jazz. Piano Rock’n Roll and Boogie Woogie, PDF, 41 pages, free sheet music download.
Before rock came to existence, there was the blues. Slowly, blues pioneers have driven (more like overdriven) the genre into rock and roll. You can recognize blues licks and riffs in almost every rock song, and you can feel that the chord progressions sometimes sound familiar or predictable. Have you heard of the 12-Bar Blues? You might be quite surprised about the origin of some songs, names, and how deep the blues history goes. This call and response blues track, featuring John’s raspy voice, that iconic blues riff, and the boogie jam section in the middle inspired leagues of blues and rock musicians forever; British rock band The Animals covered the song in 1964 and it reached on the Billboard charts giving it much exposure.
|A1||The Big News In Tennemack Georgia||3:38|
|A2||Honky-tonk Nigh Time Man||3:33|
|A4||Shoe Shine Man||2:50|
|A5||Big Big City||2:10|
|A6||Somebody Told Mary||2:29|
|B1||You Tear Me Up||2:05|
|B2||Take Me Back||2:44|
|B5||No. 1 Rock 'N Roll C&W Boogie Blues Man||2:03|
|B6||Yellow Rose Of Texas - T. For Texas||2:18|