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Roy Milton & His Solid Senders The Grandfather Of R&B

The Grandfather Of R&B
 
 

catalog number: CDRBD600

weight in Kg 0,107

 

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Roy Milton & His Solid Senders: The Grandfather Of R&B

(1986/Mr.R&B) 17 tracks, rare Swedish CD, original Hamp-Tone, Juke Box aka. Specialty recordings, 1945-51, 8-page booklet with informative liner notes and session details.

This sound keeps Lindy Hoppers in frenzy!


 

Songs

Roy Milton & His Solid Senders - The Grandfather Of R&B Medium 1
1: Burma Road Blues, part 1 and 2  
2: Red Light  
3: It Never Should Have Been This Way  
4: Them There Eyes  
5: When I Grow Too Old To Dream  
6: My Blue Heaven  
7: I've Had My Moments  
8: Hop, Skip, And Jump  
9: Everything I Do Is Wrong  
10: Sympatetic Blues  
11: My Sweetheart  
12: Junior Jives  
13: Where There Is No Love  
14: Playboy Blues  
15: Cryin' & Singin' The Blues  
16: Short, Sweet And Snappy  

 

Artikeleigenschaften von Roy Milton & His Solid Senders: The Grandfather Of R&B

  • Interpret: Roy Milton & His Solid Senders

  • Albumtitel: The Grandfather Of R&B

  • Format CD
  • Genre R&B, Soul

  • Music Genre Rhythm & Blues
  • Music Style Rhythm & Blues
  • Music Sub-Genre 251 Rhythm & Blues
  • Title The Grandfather Of R&B
  • Release date 1986
  • Label MR. R&B

  • SubGenre R&B Music - Classic R&B

  • EAN: 5013727060009

  • weight in Kg 0.107
 
 

Artist description "Milton, Roy"

Roy Milton,

Roy Milton, a drummer and vocalist from Wynnewood, Oklahoma, moved to Los Angeles where he and his group, the Solid Senders — Ben Waters (tenor sax), John Kelson (alto), Arthur Walker (trumpet), Camille Howard (piano), Johnny Rodgers (guitar) and Dallas Bartley (drums) —monopolized the R&B charts through 1946 to 1952 with a series of gutty and repetitive jazz-based blues. His Top Ten hits included `RM Blues' and 'Milton Boogie' (on Jukebox in 1946) and 'True Blues', 'Thrill Me', 'The Hucklebuck', `Oh Baby', 'T-Town Twist' and `So Tired' on Specialty. As city blues waned in popularity, Milton recorded less successfully for Cenco, Warwick, Thunderbird and Kent.

 

 
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