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Willie Nelson Part Eleven

Willie Nelson Part Eleven

Willie Nelson Part Eleven

Willie Nelson Part Eleven

Well, I completed my series on Willie Nelson, but I’ll continue with him on another series of him, but first, let me start with Willie Nelson Part Eleven, so you can hear my new album of Willie Nelson.

Discography

… And Then I Wrote (1962 )

Here’s Willie Nelson (1963 )

Country Willie: His Own Songs (1965 )

Country Favorites: Willie Nelson Style (1966 )

Make Way for Willie Nelson (1967 )

The Party’s Over (1967 )

Texas in My Soul (1968 )

Good Times (1968 )

My Own Peculiar Way (1969 )

Both Sides Now (1970 )

Laying My Burdens Down (1970 )

Willie Nelson & & Family (1971 )

Yesterday’s Wine (1971 )

The Words Don’t Fit the Picture (1972 )

The Willie Way (1972 )

Shotgun Willie (1973 )

Phases as well as Stages (1974 )

Red Headed Stranger (1975 )

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Tiny Tim Part Two

Tiny Tim Part Two

Tiny Tim Part Two

Tiny Tim Part Two

I’m doing another blog called Tiny Tim Part Two. You may not know of him, but believe me, he has a longer musical career than those of today in music.

Life And Also Profession

At eleven years old, Khaury started finding out to play the violin, as well as later on grabbed the mandolin, and also what would certainly be considered his trademark tool, the ukulele, and also took pleasure in carrying out in the house for his moms and dads. Throughout his recuperation from having his appendix eliminated in 1945, he checked out the Bible, paid attention to songs on the radio as well as sang along, and also afterwards hardly ever left his area, other than to head to institution, where he was a sub-par pupil...

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Tiny Tim Part One

Tiny Tim Part One

Tiny Tim Part One

Tiny Tim Part One

When I was eight, I thought Tiny Tim, was the best, and I thought he had a great voice, but then I was only eight and I didn’t hear anyone else, except for what My Parents played, and that’s another story I’ll get into once I start getting into The Greatest Decade Of Times, The 1960’s.

Herbert Buckingham Khaury (April 12, 1932 – November 30, 1996), known professionally as Tiny Tim, was an American singer, most of the time ukulele player, and musical archivist. He is best remembered for his cover hits “Tiptoe Through the Tulips” and “Livin’ in the Sunlight, Lovin’ in the Moonlight”, which are sung in a high falsetto/vibrato voice.

Tiny Tim

Born

Herbert Buckingham Khaury

April 12, 1932

Manhattan, New York, U.S.

Died

November 30, 1996 (aged 64)

Hennepin...

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Billy Paul Part Three

Billy Paul Part Three

Billy Paul Part Three

Billy Paul Part Three

I’m back, but I’m still editing, and I have a new look for Billy Paul Part Three.

Neptune as well as Wager launches

Paul as well as his spouse and also supervisor Blanche Williams remained in the procedure of tape-recording his launching cd when they fulfilled Kenny Wager. Paul remembered:

Billy Paul pointed out the Beatles as the vital impact on his music development from jazz to various other music styles.

I was vocal singing in a jazz club called the Sahara. He had a document store on South St & & Philly– best round the edge as well as I was singing with a triad at the Sahara club on Friday, Saturday, and also Sunday. He came by as well as stated ‘I am beginning a document firm and also I wish to authorize you...

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Willie Nelson Part Eight

Willie Nelson Part Eight

Willie Nelson Part Eight

Willie Nelson Part Eight

I’m back with Willie Nelson. Willie Nelson Part Eight was almost done before I took my vacation from my website, but I needed that break. Now I’ll be more active on my website, from now on. Willie Nelson Part Eight, is the first to show my new change for my website, and I’m glad it’s for Willie Nelson to start with everything.

Activism

Nelson is energetic in a variety of concerns. In Addition To Neil Young as well as John Mellencamp, he established Farm Aid in 1985 to help and also raise recognition of the significance of household ranches, after Bob Dylan’s remarks throughout the Live Aid show that he wished a few of the cash would certainly aid American farmers at risk of shedding their ranches with home loan financial debt...

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Legendary Little Richard Part nine

Legendary Little Richard Part nine

Legendary Little Richard Part nine

Legendary Little Richard Part nine

Here’s some information about Little Richard, called Legendary Little Richard Part nine, with a new album, please enjoy.

Legacy Music

He claims to be “the architect of rock and roll”, and history would seem to bear out Little Richard’s boast. More than any other performer – save, perhaps, Elvis Presley, Little Richard blew the lid off the Fifties, laying the foundation for rock and roll with his explosive music and charismatic persona. On record, he made spine-tingling rock and roll. His frantically charged piano playing and raspy, shouted vocals on such classics as “Tutti Frutti”, “Long Tall Sally” and “Good Golly, Miss Molly” defined the dynamic sound of rock and roll.
—Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Little Richard...

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Legendary Little Richard Part Eight

Legendary Little Richard Part Eight

Legendary Little Richard Part Eight

Legendary Little Richard Part Eight

It’s been over a year, but I never forget my favorite performers and singers. Little Richard is a performer, because he can sing, play instruments, and he wrote songs. In this blog entitled Legendary Little Richard Part Eight, i’m going to deal with his religion and health, so keep reading and see and hear what this blog has.

Religion

Little Richard’s family had deep evangelical (Baptist and African Methodist Episcopal Church (AME)) Christian roots, including two uncles and a grandfather who were preachers. Little Richard also took part in Macon’s Pentecostal churches, which were his favorites mainly due to their music, charismatic praise, dancing in the Holy Spirit and speaking in tongues...

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Jackie Wilson Part Five

Jackie Wilson Part Five

Jackie Wilson Part Five

Jackie Wilson Part Five

In Jackie Wilson Part Five, I found tidbits and trivial information for you, plus a  new album, which I already downloaded, to my website, which meant I had to use it before the milk gets spoiled(joke).

  • In the VH-1 5-part television special, Say It Loud: A Celebration of Black Music in America, fellow Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Smokey Robinson and Bobby Womack both paid tribute to Wilson. Smokey explained that “Jackie Wilson was the most dynamic singer and performer that I think I’ve ever seen. Bobby added “He was the real Elvis Presley, as far as I’m concerned…and Elvis took a lot from him too.”
  • In his autobiography To Be Loved (named for one of the hit tunes he wrote for Wilson) Motown founder Berry Gordy stated that Wils...
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Jackie Wilson Part Four

Jackie Wilson Part Four

Jackie Wilson Part Four

Jackie Wilson Part Four

I just bought another album for this blog and I have to type you, that it’s great, and well worth it. Now let’s get into Jackie Wilson Part Four, so you can hear his album, an wait for the final one in this series.

Death

According to Larry Geller, who visited Wilson backstage in Las Vegas with Elvis Presley, the singer had a habit of taking a handful of salt tablets and drinking large amounts of water before each performance, to create profuse sweating. Wilson told Elvis Presley, “The chicks love it.” A side effect would have been hypertension.

On September 29, 1975, Jackie Wilson was one of the featured acts in Dick Clark’s Good Ol’ Rock and Roll Revue, hosted by the Latin Casino in Cherry Hill, New Jersey...

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Willie Nelson Part Seven

Willie Nelson Part Seven

Willie Nelson Part Seven

Willie Nelson Part Seven

I knows been awhile, since the last Willie Nelson blog, but now I’m doing more people, and I’m updating my older blogs, and it’s taking longer, than I thought. In Willie Nelson Part Seven, I’ll be typing about Willie Nelson’s music style and his guitar, I just hope you can find time to listen to my new Willie Nelson’s album, when you are finish.

Music style

Nelson uses a variety of music styles to create his own distinctive blend of country music, a hybrid of jazz, pop, blues, rock and folk...

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