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1 Jesse Cole-It´s just me , 2 Trevor Sewell-One Wish , 3 Richard Lynch-Boys Making Noise , 4 Deep Creek Road-Been a long time , 5 American Hawk-Midnight Train , 6 Big B - Put My Heart In To The Jukebox , 7 Alan Jackson; Jimmy Buffett-It's Five O'Clock Somewhere , 8 Love And Theft-If You Ever Get Lonely , 9 darrin morris band-Country To The Bone , 10 Loretta Lynn-Coal Miner's Daughter , 11 Thomas Rhett Get Me Some Of That , 12 Cassadee Pope-Wasting All These Tears , 13 Dwight Yoakam-Bury Me (feat. Maria McKee) , 14 Doug Seegers Jill Jonson Magnus Karlsson - Going Down To ,The River15 Brad Dunn-Band Haylee , 16 Kayleigh Leith-This Woman , 17 The Common Linnets-Calm After The Storm , 18 Memories Of You-Eric Devries , 19 Michael Player- Summer Heat , 20 J. Tex & The Volunteers- I Still Miss Someone , 21 Blake Shelton- I Still Got a Finger , 22 M Callahan- The Day We Fell in Love , 23 Jamie Lynn Spears-How Could I Want More , 24 Dierks Bentley-I Hold On , 25 Erin Hay- You're a Lesson I've Already Learned , 26 SnakeBite -ll Night Long My Road , 27 TJ Leonard -Up On that Hill , 28 Hicks -Hayride , 29 Dixie Chicks -Wide Open Spaces The
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The Sun Years, plus
Dr. Ross And Jump And Jive Boys
Dr. Boogie – Country Clown – Come Back Baby – Chicago Breakdown – The Boogie Disease – Jukebox Boogie – Cat Squirrel (Mississippi Blues) – Shake A-My Hand – Little Soldier Boy – Shake ‘Em On Down – Polly Put The Kettle On – Down South Blues – My Be Bop Gal – Texas Hop – Deep Down In The Ground – Turkey Bakin’ Woman – 1953 Jump – Dr. Ross Boogie – Dowtown Boogie – Feel So Bad – Going To The River – Good Thing Blues – Industrial Blues – Thirty-Two Twenty – Cat Squirrel (Mississippi Blues) (alternative version) – The Sunnyland – Cannonball – Numbers Blues – Call The Doctor – New York Breakdown – I’d Rather Be A Young Woman’s Slave – Sugar Mama
Doctor Ross (October 21, 1925 – May 28, 1993), born Charles Isaiah Ross in Tunica, Mississippi, aka Doctor Ross, the harmonica boss, was an American blues singer, guitarist, harmonica player and drummer. Ross's blues style has been compared to John Lee Hooker and Sonny Boy Williamson I. His recordings for Sun Records in the 1950s include "The Boogie Disease" and "Chicago Breakdown".
In 1951 Ross's material began to get air play in Mississippi and Arkansas. He recorded with Chess Records and Sun with a group that included folk instruments such as a washboard. In 1954 Ross moved to the Detroit area and began work with General Motors. He recorded some singles with Fortune Records, including "Industrial Boogie". He had an album come out on Testament Records and worked with the American Folk Blues Festival in Europe in 1965.
He recorded an album with Blue Horizon Records while he was in London, and worked with Ornament Records in Germany in 1972. Ross and his music were popular in Europe, more so than in his home country. At the time, he was dubbed as the first black American blues entertainer to perform there. Ross won a Grammy for his 1981 album Rare Blues, and subsequently enjoyed a resurgence of popularity and critical acclaim towards the end of his career. He died in 1993, at the age of 67, and was buried in Flint, Michigan.
From the beginning with Sam Phillips, Ross had freshness in his style of recordings that sounded current. Because of that he recorded a wide range of blues on the Detroit labels DIR, FORTUNE, and HI-Q. This album contains singles recorded by Ross (Dr. Ross) on the Chess and Sun labels, owned by Sam Phillips. Cut in the 1950s these songs were unissued, including the famed Chicago Breakdown and the equally renowned Cat Squirrel. Sam Phillips once said: “Dr. Ross had a special sound and a great command of his music. He possessed a true instinct for what was going on around him.” Sam Phillips felt that Ross’s Chicago Breakdown was one of the best records he had ever heard.
If your mama fell and broke her head because she was jumping…jumping on the bed, then you better call for the doctor. Mama just might have The Boogie Disease, caught by everyone playing the tracks found on this thirty-two song Cd from Dr. Ross and the Jump and Jive Boys. A toe-tapping, Mississippi mud-stomping boogie time will be had by all lovers of good ole southern boogie blues done river style. From Mobile to Natchez or the bayou to St. Paul, I dare you to listen and not love ‘em all.
When the king of rock-n-roll found the swivel in his hips, you can wager it was music like these old 1920/30s Memphis and Tupelo, Mississippi blues sounds that inspired it. When Rufus “Tee-Tot” Payne taught a fourteen-year-old Hank Williams, Sr. to moan his way into universal music history on the streets of Montgomery, Alabama, it came from the same down home southern New Orleans blues inspiration. The Mississippi Delta has given the world of music the kind of sound that enables songwriters from all genres to adapt and develop a new free style of their own. Where do you think rockabilly, rock-n-roll, pop, country, and Motown sounds originated? Pay attention to the harmonica and beats of Cat Squirrel (Mississippi Blues) and notice how reminiscent they are of Hank, Jr.’s mixed sounds on the Almeria Club album.
One can be assured that the natural feel found in the blues contributed greatly toward the successes of movies, from the silent screen to The Color Purple. Listen intently and allow your ears to peel away the veneer of those great old spirituals and underneath you will find a blues note instilled in its birth. Next time you watch The Color Purple you are going to recall this Cd as “Shug Avery” belts out the blues sounds like these in a way that will leave you knowing that you have experienced what the color purple even feels like.
(c) Anne Blake for Country Music News International Magazine
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SOUTHERN ROOTS – 2 Discs
Cd1 - Songs
Meat Man - When A Man Loves A Woman – Hold On (alternative version) – Just A Little Bit – Born To Be A Loser - Haunted House - Blue Berry Hill – The Revolutionary Man – Big Blue Diamond – That Old Bourbon Street Church – Silver Threads Among The Gold – Hold On (original version) – Take Your Time –All Over Hell And Half Of Georgia – I Sure Miss Those Good Old Times – Raining In My Heart – Honey Hush – Cry - Margie
“SOUTHERN ROOTS –CD1” - Holds an unusual blend of music for “the killer king” Jerry Lee Lewis, who manages to bring the mix off anyway. Let me give you some examples of what I mean about “mix”.
“The Meat Man” - written by Mack Vickery, sung by Jerry Lee Lewis: Recorded: Live Worcester MA. October 5, 1984 Album: The Silver Eagle Cross Country Show. This song takes a fast talker with a bit of a rogue in him to pull it off, and old Jerry Lee is just the fit for the suit.
"When a Man Loves a Woman" - is a “classic” blues type song, and one doesn’t usually associate “classic” with Jerry Lee Lewis’s colors; however, blues shine for him. This song was actually written by Percy Sledge himself. However, Sledge wanted credit for it to go to Calvin Lewis and Andrew Wright. The song was recorded by Percy Sledge in 1966 at Norala Sound Studio in Sheffield, Alabama. It made number one on both the Billboard Hot 100 and R&B singles charts. It was listed 54th in the List of Rolling Stone magazine's 500 greatest songs of all time. The sidemen for this recording included Spooner Oldham, organ; Marlin Greene, guitar; Albert "Junior" Lowe, bass and Roger Hawkins, drums. It was later covered by Michael Bolton in 1991, whose version also reached number one on the U.S. pop and adult contemporary singles charts (Bolton received a Grammy Award for this song). The Michael Bolton version has the distinction of being the last number one song to chart on the old Billboard Hot 100 charting system which relied on sales and airplay reports before switching over to Soundscan. Barbara Mandrell recorded a Country version of the song that same year. The song has also been recorded by Jerry Butler, Art Garfunkel, Luba, and Karen Dalton. Sledge's version was also a top ten hit in the UK peaking at number four on its initial release and peaking at number two in 1987 after it was featured in a Levi's Jeans commercial.
"Big Blue Diamonds" is a song written by Earl J. (Kit) Carson in 1950 and published by Lois Music, BMI. Although "Big Blue Diamonds" was originally written as a country song it has been able to switch genres from country to rhythm and blues to rock 'n roll to jazz. Sure enough Jerry Lee fits any of those categories. It was first recorded by Red Perkins and originally issued as a 78rpm single on King Records #903 b/w "Rag Man Boogie" in 1950. Many artists have recorded the song throughout the years, sometimes with a variation of the title including: "Blue Diamond“, "Big Blue Diamond," and "Big Blue Diamonds”.
Fans reminiscent of the 1950/1960 era will find Jerry Lee Lewis working it all the way through in "killer style" for sure with these two Cds. Southern Roots Cd1 brings it back home with hits from Fats Domino's thrill on 'Blue Berry Hill' to Johnny Ray's heartaches that hung around too long in 'Cry'.... but all done Jerry Lee's way this time.
Being a producer, director, and promotional manager, I find most of the fun and interesting things of recording a song lies behind the scenes of what goes on backstage in rehearsals, between recording sessions. If you have never had the opportunity to listen in on any of the 'chit-chat' bull that actually creates the mood set for recording a song, then you will find out what it is like on the accompanying Southern Roots Cd2. Warning: Cd2 may not be for the faint-hearted and certainly is not all for younger audiences.
But trust me you will enjoy the completed results the 'killer' delivers on the Cd1 songs.
(c) Anne Blake for Country Music News International Magazine
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MISTY RAE CARSON WOKE UP ONE DAY http://countrymusicnewsinternational.blogspot.de/2014/06/misty-rae-carson-woke-up-one-day.html
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KAYLA ADAMS Lights A Fire With Debut Single, “Sober & Sorry”
Track Resonating At Radio, Available Via CDX 597 & Play MPE
“She’s got the heart of a gypsy and the voice of a star.”
- Andrea Blair, MONTANA WOMAN
Nashville, TN (June 16, 2014) – Newcomer KAYLA ADAMS is lighting a fire at radio with her debut single, “Sober & Sorry” (SSM Entertainment). The track, available to radio now via CDX 597 (Track 5) and Play MPE, is a Rock-tinged, straight-shootin’ Country girl’s answer to good love gone bad. Written by Adams, Billy Atherholt (Montgomery Gentry, Chris Daughtry) and Pete Nanney (Chris Daughtry), “Sober & Sorry” tells a tale of a woman wronged and vengeance sought. Inspired by a past relationship, Kayla confides, “I didn’t burn his house down, but I wanted to. Instead, I just walked away.”
These matches-getting restless
Don’t wanna-feel useless
Kerosene in my truck, been waiting all year to burn somethin’ up
You’re out-with the guys
Well that ain’t no surprise
I’m tired of waiting by the phone
Gonna have a little party of my own
You’ll wake up sober and sorry
Start a fire, bring the hurt
Pile it up, watch it burn
First the keys to your car
Then your records and your old guitar
All your clothes turned to dust
Every last picture of us
Believe me you’ll wake up sober and sorry
Adams’ voice grabs the listener like a vice; the razor sharp electric guitar of JT Corenflos drives a track that pounds with the prominent bass of Mark Burchfield and the rock-solid beat set by stick master Steve Brewster. Music City legend Wanda Vick weaves her magic on dobro, mandolin, acoustic guitar and banjo while Jeff Roach slices the keys in counterpoint to Mike Payne’s gripping guitar work. Produced by Marlon Dean Scallan, the single offers an immediacy that demands the listener’s attention – and keeps it; heart pounding and a**-kicking.
RADIO is saying:
“In a world of pre-fabricated singers she is a genuine, bona fide artist … if Nashville is looking for the next big female artist they should feast their eyes and ears on Kayla.”
- Jarrett Jackson, KCJC FM
“A breath of fresh air in a musical environment that's primed for someone new, exciting and real. Her voice, emotion and conviction make Kayla today's newest and brightest ray of sunshine.”
- JR Runyon, KCNY FM
“Kayla Adams is ‘spitfire country’ and full of energy!”
- Robert Freeman, WDKN FM
“She sings, plays guitar, writes songs and has a fantastic personality. All the ingredients to be a ‘Country Star.’”
- Tom Duke, KQUS FM
An avid outdoorswoman whose thought-provoking songwriting is as melodic as it is memorable, Kayla draws inspiration for her songs from the wide open spaces of her Montana farm raising. One of the most exciting young female contemporary Country singers to hit the Nashville music scene in recent years, Adams captivates live audiences with her honesty and a genuine love for people and for the music. At 24, she is already a veteran of years on the stage - as both a band member and solo performer - in her home state and throughout the U.S. To date, Kayla has shared the stage with acts as diverse as Kellie Pickler, Rodney Atkins, LL Cool J, Heidi Newfield, and Smashmouth. A self-proclaimed computer geek, she has attended both Belmont University (Nashville) and the famed Musicians Institute College of Contemporary Music (Hollywood). Kayla currently resides in Nashville with her Yorkshire Terrier, Tory. She loves giant roller coasters, enchiladas, Italian food, her Smart Car and Ford F350 Superduty Crew Cab Long Box truck. In her spare time, Adams enjoys Snowboarding, boating, wakeboarding and hunting.
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LORETTA LYNN RANCH PREPARES FOR SECOND ANNUAL GOSPEL MUSIC FESTIVAL
Grammy Winner Jason Crabb Leads Two Day Event Including The Hoppers, Karen Peck & New River, Brian Free & Assurance and more at Country Legend's Historic Ranch in Hurricane Mills, TN
Scheduled to appear during the two-day event are Grammy winner Jason Crabb, Hall of Fame members The Hoppers, The Booth Brothers, Karen Peck & New River, Rambo-McGuire, Aaron Wilburn, Brian Free & Assurance, Singing Cookes, The Freemans, Michael Combs, Archie Watkins & Smoky Mountain Reunion, Tony Gore & Majesty and The Sneed Family.
“I love Gospel music,” Loretta Lynn says. “I had a great time with all my friends here last year and I’m so happy to invite everyone back to my house for some great gospel music! Y’all come on!”
For those arriving early on Friday night, September 12, 2014, there will be a special bon-fire and sing-a-long beginning at 8:00 PM with special guests High Road.
Loretta Lynn’s Ranch in Hurricane Mills, TN is the perfect destination for this amazing weekend of Gospel music. The full service RV park features primitive camping, pools, canoeing, paddle boats and more. Guests can also tour Loretta’s plantation home, the Butcher Holler Home Place, and her brand-new 18,000 square foot “Coal Miner’s Daughter” museum.
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NEW ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: Lucy Hale
By Bob Doerschuk © 2014 CMA Close Up® News Service / Country Music Association®, Inc.
Growing up in Memphis, Tennessee, Hale adored Faith Hill and Shania Twain, performed two Martina McBride songs during a talent competition at Loretta Lynn’s Ranch in Hurricane Mills and ultimately left for Los Angeles to seek success as a singer.
But fate had something else in store for her. Hale was just 13 when she won the Fox Network’s “American Juniors” singing competition; her exposure opened the door toward appearances on multiple TV shows and a regular role as Aria on ABC Family’s “Pretty Little Liars.”
Maybe if she’d gone to Nashville instead, she wouldn’t have wound up a TV celebrity first. But as her debut album demonstrates, it was only a matter of time before she found her way back onto the musical track. Released on June 3 by the DMG Nashville/Bigger Picture Group, produced by Mark Bright and Mike Daly, Road Between captures Hale’s ability to coax listeners into the lyric with a buoyant, upbeat delivery.
Just check out her first single, “You Sound Good to Me.” Written by Ashley Gorley, Luke Laird and Hillary Lindsey, set to a sassy groove, the snap of the snare backbeat sweetened by fiddle and slide guitar, it flows easily over just the I and IV chords. But the dimension comes from Hale’s vocals — fluid and a little teasing on the verses, locked tight to the harmony on the irresistible, sing-along choruses. She’s a winner … and, for Country lovers, worth the wait.
For more on Lucy Hale, visit www.CMACloseUp.com.
IN HER OWN WORDS
“Martina McBride. Her song ‘Broken Wing’ made me want to be in Country Music.”
SONG YOU’D LOVE TO COVER
“I'd love to do a Country version of Emeli Sandé’s song ‘Next To Me.’ Or ‘Jolene’ by Dolly of course.”
BOOK ON YOUR NIGHTSTAND
“The Secret Keeper by Kate Morton.”
WORD YOU FIND YOURSELF SAYING REPEATEDLY
“I literally say the word ‘literally’ all the time.”
“A diamond ring that was passed on to me from my late grandma.”
SOMETHING WE’D NEVER GUESS ABOUT YOU
“A lot of times people meet me and think that I’m 24 going on 40. I’m actually quite goofy and childlike, though. You just have to get to know me :).”
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