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The release also contains the hit song, From The Back by L. This one reminds me a lot of the material released by The Hardway Connection. Echols grew up in the small town of Bassfield, Mississippi. Started out in his family Gospel group, The Echols family. In , he moved to Dallas, Texas and started his own musical career.
In , he released his second album which contains his hit From The Back. Like, L. Reynolds, Winzell spent many years, nearly twenty, with the legendary Dramatics, and still performs with the current line-up along with L. The Detroit native began playing both bass and saxophone as a teenager.
The relatively newcomer band gives us an original, She's The One For Me, with tight harmonies, electrifying horns and a seamless rhythm section. The music doesn't stop here. The name is taken from the Catholic school that Phil attened in his youthful years. He pays homage through the music in appreciation to the music instruction that he received from the nuns at the school.
This jewel is a fine rendition of the James Brown classic. Take 2 music and vocals are provided by a fine array of polished musicians. Phil Granito provides lead vocals, as well as background vocals. Included in the cast of musicians are Bobby Jay on bass and baritone vocals and Angel Rissoff on background vocals. The horn section is provided by The Eternal Souls. Hand claps come from Bobby, Angel and Phil. Phil provides the trombone music. Rhonda McDaniel has given us numerous hits over the years. As a result, among her numerous awards for songs and albums, the talented upstate singing sensation has won the Carolina Beach Music Awards' Female Vocalist of the Year award 4 years running.
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The number was the title song of the movie by the same name, filmed in Fort Lauderdale, Florida about college students on Spring Break in the sixties. The movie has always been one of my favorites, and so has the song. Look for Rhonda's version to be played often during. This one is a remake of a Marcia Ball number. Look for it to make quite a splash during the Spring Safari.
Rhonda also sings Sneakin' Around. Rhonda's rendition of this song is not to be confused with Tommy Black's Sneakin' Around. The McCormick, South Carolina resident has been singing since she could talk. She joined her first band, Southern Comfort, at age thirteen. In , she joined Brasstown Ball, now know as BrassTyme, as vocalist and keyboard player. She was with the group for over eighteen years. When two veteran Blues musicians and longtime friends come together to record an album, it's got to be good.
Of the ten cuts on the Delta Groove Music release, there are at least five that will work well. Check out I'm Worried and So Ezee. I especially liked Done Got Old. I believe that the dancers who like to get out on the floor with some good Blues music will especially like this one. Bob and Tail Dragger come together for the vocals on this one. Boogie Woogie Ball also caught my attention. It is mostly instrumental with Henry Gray on the keyboards giving vocals like Champion Jack Dupree used to do on so many of his recordings.
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Chicago-born producer and harmonica player Bob Corritore began collecting Blues albums, playing harmonica and attending Blues gigs after hearing Muddy Waters on the radio when he was twelve. He has been recording under the name of Tail Dragger for over fifteen years.
On a cold afternoon in , the group got together and recorded their first efforts, one of which was Bring Your Own Money , a tune written by Russ, Frank and Scott. First performed in , the acceptance of the song from the crowds led them to record the number for Ripete Records for the compilation, Life's A Beach Volume 2.
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Over the years, the Jellyrolls recorded ten more songs as a part of various compilations. From The Beginning. The album includes all of their previously recorded material, including the previously unreleased song from the first recording session, Don't Make Me Beg. Russ Riley along with Frank Brantley wrote many of the early songs with Russ writing all the new ones. Durwood Martin formally of The Embers plays the piano for all of the new songs.
Gary Lowder has released his latest, just in time for the Spring Safari. Coastin' has already caught on along the coast of the Carolinas and is doing well in inland clubs. Another song that should do well after Coastin' plays out is Never Never. Another number you might want to check out is Then Love Came. The album all original material was written by Gary.
Coastin' is one you don't want to miss out on. Work later took him to Minneapolis, Minnesota where he had spent eighteen years. One day while battling a snowstorm on the way to work, Gary decided it was time for him to return home to the Carolinas. Gary is married and has two grown children, both of whom live in Minneapolis and have provided him with three grandchildren. The album got the attention of the nominating committee of the Blues Music Awards, and Appreciate What You Got , one of the featured songs on the album, was nominated for Best Song of the Year.
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The Blues Music Awards is what they used to call the W. Hamby Awards, and is held in Memphis annually. Though Appreciate What You Got is one of the better songs on the album, and one that I had picked out, it may not be the best song on the release. Check out the lead track on the album, Here It Comes.
It sounds like it came straight from the mid-sixties, of course, with more modern instrumentation.
Dancers should love this song. Also, check out Just One More Time. It has some great vocal twists, and some great horn work. This may be the on the disk. You also need to listen to My Girl Josephine. Terry and his band do a good job with this Fats Domino classic. Terry Hanck hails from Chicago, but it took only one cross-country trip in the early 60's to convince Terry that that was where he wanted to live.
And by his twenty-first birthday, he had purchased his first saxophone and moved. Six years later, he moved to the Bay Area, forming his first band. In , after hearing the band, Elvin Bishop offered Terry or his harmonica player to join his band. Terry declined; the harmonica player did not.
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