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9 Replies to “ Big Boss Man - Various - Vee-Jay Records 100 Hall Of Fame Oldies ”

  1. various - Hall of Fame Oldies Volume V - opera.bradarrockseekersilvergrove.infoinfo Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart. CDs & Vinyl Go Search Best Sellers Gift Ideas New.
  2. Feb 22,  · by another British group, The Honeycombs), and Oldies 45 for reissues along with Tollie and Abner Records, which was an early subsidiary label formed in Vee-Jay also did distribution for Ted Jarrett's Champion Records, Rick Hall's Fame Records, the Memphis label Goldwax Records and a time, Johnny Vincent's Ace Records. Vee-Jay moved back.
  3. " my fav line from "Big Boss Man', one of my fav blues songs. Jimmy Reed is someone I found early in life, old lady now. Jimmy Reed - one of the best blues singers - did "Big Boss Man" and others If it wasn’t for Jimmy Reed being born on this day, August in Rock-n-Roll may have not ending up having such a durable and long running life.
  4. Bluebeat Music: Big Boss Man- (2CDS) The VEE JAY Records Story [Oneday] - Besides having one of the strongest rosters in the 's VEE JAY also covered all of the sou.
  5. A great near-lost slice of Betty Everett's career – material recorded for Uni Records, in the years after her first big hits on Vee Jay! The sound here is a lot more soulful than on earlier albums – more grown-up and sophisticated, yet also retaining the best sweeter touches that made her great in the first place.
  6. Nice compilation of tracks that features some fine (and famous) moments from one of our favorite Chicago soul singers, recorded for the Vee Jay label, when they were one of the leading lights on music row. Most of these songs are pretty had to get a hold of on vinyl any more, and though the read more LP, Vinyl record album.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Vee-Jay Records Hall Of Fame Oldies on Discogs/5(5).
  8. Mirwood Album Discography by Mike Callahan, David Edwards, and Patrice Eyries Last update: December 21, Mirwood was a label started by Randall Wood after he left Vee-Jay in June of He also formed Mira and Surrey about the same time. Unlike Mira, Mirwood was used more for jazz and rhythm & blues albums.
  9. "Big Boss Man" is an uptempo twelve-bar blues shuffle that features "one of the most influential Reed grooves of all time". It is credited to Jimmy Reed's manager, Al Smith, and Vee-Jay Records staff writer Luther Dixon. The song is one of the few Reed hits that was written by Genre: Blues.

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