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Muddy Waters Part One

Muddy Waters Part One

MUDDY WATERS (1915-1983), BLUES GUITARIST AND SINGER EMERGED FROM THE MISSISSIPPI DELTA IN THE 1940S. IN CHICAGO HE PIONEERED IN USING THE ELECTRIC GUITAR IN HIS BLUES PERFORMANCES. 1964.

Muddy Waters Part One

I can’t believe it, I’m doing Muddy Waters Part One, and I’m going to do him like I haven’t seen anyone else has.

McKinley Morganfield (April 4, 1913 April 30, 1983), known professionally as Muddy Waters, was an American blues singer-songwriter and musician who is often cited as the father of modern Chicago blues, and an important figure on the post-war blues scene.

Muddy Waters


McKinley Morganfield (April 4, 1913 April 30, 1983), known professionally as Muddy Waters, was an American blues singer-songwriter and musician who is often cited as the father of modern Chicago blues, and an important figure on the post-war blues scene.  Muddy Waters

Muddy Waters Part One


Muddy Waters c. 1975
Background information
Birth name
McKinley

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The Talented Roy Rogers Part Four

The Talented Roy Rogers Part Four

The Talented Roy Rogers Part Four

The Talented Roy Rogers Part Four This blog site, The Talented Roy Rogers Part Four, has to do with just how Roy Rogers, has actually done greater than today’s musician. The number of these days’s entertainers as well as sings, can you call that did greater than sing?

Filmography

* Slightly Static (1935) as participant of Sons of the Pioneers (anonymous)
* The Old Homestead (1935) as Len, participant of Sons of the Pioneers (attributed as Len Slye)
* Way Up Thar (1935) as band participant (attributed as Len Slye)
* Gallant Defender (1935) as guitar-playing Nester (anonymous)
* The Mysterious Avenger (1936) as artist Len (attributed as Len Slye)
* Song of the Saddle (1936) as guitar player with Sons of the Pioneers (anonymous)
* Rhythm on the Range (1936) ...

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The Talented Mahalia Jackson Part Four

The Talented Mahalia Jackson Part Four

The Talented Mahalia Jackson Part Four

The Talented Mahalia Jackson Part Four

I don’t do many Godspell singers, but she’s unique and I’m glad I have done The Talented Mahalia Jackson Part Four. This time I have an album and not a video, so I Hope you enjoy.

Honors

Mahalia Jackson honors
Year
Classification
Honor
Outcome
Notes
1998
UNITED STATE Postal Service
32 cents shipping stamp
Recognized
Released July 15, 1998
1997
Rock-and-roll Hall of Fame

Sworn in
“Early Influence”
1988
Hollywood Walk of Fame
Celebrity

at 6840 Hollywood Blvd.
1978
Scripture Music Hall of Fame

Sworn in

2008
Louisiana Music Hall of Fame

Sworn in

Widely known tunes*”What Child Is This?”*”How I

Got Over”
* “Trouble of the World “*”Silent Night”
* “Go Tell It on the Mountain”* “Amazing Grace”
( Apollo 194, 1947) *”Move...

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Life And Times Of Perry Como Part Twelve

Life And Times Of Perry Como Part Twelve

Life And Times Of Perry Como Part Twelve

Life And Times Of Perry Como Part Twelve

For those who think I’m waisting my time with Perry Como, then read this blog and then compare him to anyone that is making music today. This blog entitled Life And Times Of Perry Como, Part Twelve, is the last one, but it’s worth the time to read it. After you read my blog, listen to my album and enjoy.

Awards

Como obtained the 1959 Grammy Award for Best Vocal Performance, Male; 5 Emmys from 1955 to 1959; a Christopher Award (1956) and also shared a Peabody Award with buddy Jackie Gleason in 1956. He was sworn in right into the Academy of Television Arts & & Sciences Hall of Fame in 1990 as well as got a Kennedy Center Honor in 1987...

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Life And Times Of Perry Como Part Eleven

Life And Times Of Perry Como Part Eleven

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Life And Times Of Perry Como Part Eleven

Some might text, why am I typing about someone, that I never heard of, in a previous generation, well the next generation will text the same thing about what you like today, only they be right, for today’s music is already fading into history, with singers and bands have acting jobs and retiring from the music business. Perry Como sang until his death and has made more albums and hi sons than anyone from this generation. From the 1940′ s until 2000’s he was singing, how long  has today singers lasted ??? In this blog called Life And Times Of Perry Como Part Eleven, I’m going to type about his Christmas specials and his death, and then you can listen to one of my albums, until my next blog comes out.

Kraft Mu...

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Life And Times Of Perry Como Part Ten

Life And Times Of Perry Como Part Ten

Life And Times Of Perry Como Part Ten

Life And Times Of Perry Como Part Ten

I didn’t know that I be doing (so far), ten parts of Perry Como. but that’s what I’m doing now it’s a good thing that I have a triple album left, for just this reason. In this blog entitled Life And Times Of Perry Como Part Ten, I’m going to type you about his TV Show. In the 1950’s-1970’s, variety TV Shows were very popular, with all ages, and The Perry Como Show was no exception, in fact it was one of the most popular ones of them all, and this blog might answer what I mean.

Sing to me, Mr. C.: 1955–1959

He returned to NBC with an once a week hour-long selection program including extra music as well as manufacturing numbers, funny illustrations as well as visitor celebrities called The Perry Como Show, premieri...

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Life And Times Of Perry Como Part Nine

Life And Times Of Perry Como Part Nine

Life And Time Perry Como Part Nine

Life And Times Of Perry Como Part Nine

Early years: 1948–1955

Life Of Times Of Perry Como Part Nine

Life And Times Of Perry Como Part Nine

Photograph of Perry Como singing, superimposed on an illustration of a microphone and accompanied by advertising copy, including the slogan “Mutual makes music …”.

Perry Como for Chesterfield, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.

Mutual Broadcasting System–1954

Perry Como made the move to television when NBC initially televised the Chesterfield Supper Club radio program on December 24, 1948. A very special guest on that first television show was Como’s eight-year-old son, Ronnie, as part of a boys’ choir singing “Silent Night” with his father...

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Life And Times Of Perry Como Part Eight

Life And Times Of Perry Como Part Eight

Life And Times Of Perry Como Part Eight

Life And Times Of Perry Como Part Eight

It’s the eighth, but not the last, because theirs so many things to type about Perry Como, so let’s get into it by reading Life And Times Of Perry Como Part Eight. So let’s get started and afterwards, listen to another album.

Vocal Characteristics

Perry Como attributed Bing Crosby for affecting his voice and also design. Perry Como’s voice is extensively understood for its affable singing balancings as represented in his extremely preferred uniqueness tunes such as “Hot Diggity (Pet Dog Ziggity Boom)”, yet there was one more side to Perry Como. Songs doubter Gene Lees explains it in his sleeve note to Como’s 1968 cd Look To Your Heart:

Despite his tremendous appeal, Como is seldom offered credit rating wherefo...

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Life And Times Of Perry Como Part Seven

Life And Times Of Perry Como Part Seven

Life And Times Of Perry Como Part Seven

Life And Times Of Perry Como Part Seven

Como in Concert

Como had actually not made a club look in 26 years when he approved an interaction at the International Hotel in Las Vegas in June 1970, which additionally led to his very first “live” cd, Perry Como personally at the International Hotel, Las Vegas. Ray Charles, whose Ray Charles Singers were listened to with Como for over 35 years, created a scandal sheet of the singing team for his Las Vegas opening. Before this he had last showed up at New York’s Copacabana in 1944. Como remained to do regular interactions in Las Vegas and also Lake Tahoe, restricting his club looks to Nevada.

Carrying out real-time once more brought Como a brand-new feeling of pleasure...

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Life And Times Of Perry Como Part Six

Life And Times Of Perry Como Part Six

Life And Times Of Perry Como Part Six

Life And Times Of Perry Como Part Six

Theirs so much about Perry Como that five blogs  couldn’t hold, so in this blog entitled Life And Times Of Perry Como Part Six, I’m going to type to you about his radio days and how well he was doing it, then let’s hear his album afterwards. I hope you like what you hear, because I have another one I’m doing, but it’s in the draft mold, so I’ll have it done very soon.

RCA Victor and radio

Life And Times Of Perry Como Part Six

Life And Times Of Perry Como Part Six

Arriving in Chicago for efficiencies in 1947, Como is

fulfilled by his young followers, that obtain a trim together with a tune.

The Comos’ initial youngster, Ronnie, was birthed in 1940 while the Weems band was operating in Chicago...

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