Tempo King And His Kings Of Tempo - I Can Always Dream / The One Rose album flac
Title: I Can Always Dream / The One Rose
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By 1936, Fats Waller was fast becoming one of the Victor label's most lucrative jazz artists, and his extraordinary popularity engendered a number of Fats Waller imitators. Vocalion assigned that role to Putney Dandridge, and Decca encouraged Bob Howard to modify his own act so as to resemble Waller's, while the people at Victor boldly (and somewhat tactlessly) set up a Waller sound-alike band billed as Tempo King His Kings of Rhythm. Beginning in August 1936, Tempo King's Kings of Rhythm recorded 55 titles, first for Victor's Bluebird subsidiary, then switching to Vocalion in June 1937 and cutting their last sides in December of that year. The band is chiefly remembered for the participation of clarinetist Joe Marsala, his trumpet-wielding brother Marty Marsala, and guitarist Eddie Condon.
The Teen Kings went to Sun Studio in Memphis, where Phillips wanted to record "Ooby Dooby" again, in his studio. The song was released on Sun 242 in May 1956 and broke into the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at number 59 and selling 200,000 copies. The Teen Kings toured with Sonny James, Johnny Horton, Carl Perkins, and Cash. I'm Hurtin'", with "I Can't Stop Loving You" as the B-side, rose to number 27 in the US, but failed to chart in the U. .Running Scared" (1961). Crying" followed in July 1961 and reached number two; it was coupled with an up-tempo R&B song, "Candy Man", written by Fred Neil and Beverley Ross, which reached the Billboard Top 30, staying on the charts for two months. While Orbison was touring Australia in 1962, an Australian DJ referred to him affectionately as "The Big O", partly based on.
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King’s first album for the Stax label combines his hard, unflashy guitar playing with the sleek sound of the label’s house band, Booker T. and the MG’s. Hits such as Crosscut Saw and Laundromat Blues earned King a new rock & roll audience. 490. ZZ Top, ‘Tres Hombres’.
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|A||I Can Always Dream
Written By – James Kimball Gannon
|B||The One Rose (That's Left In My Heart) (From "Boots And Saddles")
Written-By – Del Lyon, Lani McIntire
- Record Company – Brunswick Record Corporation