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(TRG) 26 tracks 1947-1959 more

Bob Newman: Hangover Boogie (CD)

(TRG) 26 tracks 1947-1959

Article properties: Bob Newman: Hangover Boogie (CD)

  • Interpret: Bob Newman

  • Album titlle: Hangover Boogie (CD)

  • Genre Country

  • Year of publication 1995
  • Label TRG

  • Artikelart CD

  • EAN: 2500006500057

  • weight in Kg 0.107
Newman, Bob - Hangover Boogie (CD) CD 1
01 Left Over Hash
02 A Lonesome Truckdriver's Blues
03 Quarantined Love
04 Turtle Dovin'
05 Rover Rover
06 It Hurts Me
07 Hangover Boogie
08 I'm Gonna Give You A Dose Of Your Own Medicine
09 Haulin' Freight
10 Baby Take Me Home
11 A-Round The Corner
12 Lonesome Sailor's Dream
13 Chic-A-Choo Freight
14 Sand Boogie
15 Tonight's The Night
16 Greetings
17 Doodle Bug
18 Phftt! You Were Gone
19 Sweet Orchard Vine
20 Practice What You Preach
21 Hangover Boogie
22 Sunday Down In Tennessee
23 Take Me In Your Arms
24 Chapparell
25 That's The Way It Gonna Be
26 A Broken Doll
Bob Newman Bob Newman was born in October, 1915. near Macon, Georgia. In 1935, he joined... more
"Bob Newman"

Bob Newman

Bob Newman was born in October, 1915. near Macon, Georgia. In 1935, he joined his brothers (as a bass fiddle player) who had worked throughout the South and Midwest since 1928 as a duo. The Georgia Crackers.

 WWII broke up the act. Only Hank (the eldest brother) was not called to the service and briefly subbed for Lloyd Perryman in The Sons Of The Pioneers. The Georgia Crackers reunited after the war and their popularity picked up dramatically. In 1947 and 1949. they recorded for RCA-Victor, none of the songs were really Western numbers, but some were novelties of the type Bob later recorded. The Georgia Crackers moved to Columbus. Ohio, in 1950. where they signed to King Records.

The first session at the Cincinnati studio was held on September 19th. 1950, and a year later, on October 19th. the superb -Hangover Boogie" was recorded. The last King session was held on August 15th. 1952, and they cut a total of 25 songs at King. The Georgia Crackers continued working around the Midwest and Hank went into the Italian restaurant business around 1954.

The date of the Sage recordings (1956/57?) is a mystery. Only four tracks are known. these being released on an E.P. (45-EP-316). "Hangover Boogie- is more rocking than the King version and "Sunday Down In Tennessee" is great boppin' Country Boogie. "Take Me In Your Arms" and
"Chapparell" are pure Country.

 By 1958, Bob was experiencing serious health problems (he had a nerve crossed in his brain), but surgery put things to right. After that, he tried his luck in the Phoenix area. forming the Arizona Night Riders. with Red Embry and Billy Grammar and for a time. things worked out well. (No recordings are known by this formation).

 In the same year, Bob found work as a D.J. at KHAT, the top Country radio station in Phoenix. He called himself The Old Hilligan and had a popular Hillbilly show. But despite his popularity, Bob left KHAT, in a dispute with management. and nearly starved to death.

 In 1970, he returned to Ohio for a brief reunion with Hank and Slim for a few shows, but he wound up broke and back in Phoenix, managing the trailer park in which he lived. He talked about making a new start in the music business, but nothing seemed to work. Hank died in 1978, Bob passed over (of a heart attack) on October 8th, 1979 and the remaining Georgia Cracker, Slim died in 1984.

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Tracklist
Newman, Bob - Hangover Boogie (CD) CD 1
01 Left Over Hash
02 A Lonesome Truckdriver's Blues
03 Quarantined Love
04 Turtle Dovin'
05 Rover Rover
06 It Hurts Me
07 Hangover Boogie
08 I'm Gonna Give You A Dose Of Your Own Medicine
09 Haulin' Freight
10 Baby Take Me Home
11 A-Round The Corner
12 Lonesome Sailor's Dream
13 Chic-A-Choo Freight
14 Sand Boogie
15 Tonight's The Night
16 Greetings
17 Doodle Bug
18 Phftt! You Were Gone
19 Sweet Orchard Vine
20 Practice What You Preach
21 Hangover Boogie
22 Sunday Down In Tennessee
23 Take Me In Your Arms
24 Chapparell
25 That's The Way It Gonna Be
26 A Broken Doll