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Spectacular reunion of country stars

Spectacular reunion of musical geniuses !! Glen Campbell, Jerry Reed and Steve Wariner (guitar); Roy Clark (mandolin), Ray Stevens (piano), Ricky Skaggs (violin), Lee Greenwood (saxophone), Steve Gatlin (bass), Barbara Mandrell (steel guitar) and Irlene Mandrell (drums) Chet Atkins introduced them as “The World’s Most Famous Unknown Band “in 1990.

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Jukebox Gumbo #13

¡¡¡El mejor programa de radio de Rock & Roll emitido desde Cataluña!!! TRACKLIST: 01. Paul Perryman - Work To Be Done 02. Nina Simone - Work Song 03. Aretha Franklin - Rough Lover 04. Jessie Mae - Don't Freeze On Me 05. Tommy Roe - Nitty Gritty 06. Eddie Holland - Leaving Here 07. The
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Happy Birthday Jackie!!

Today is Jackie DeShannon's birthday. I think it is fair to dedicate a few words to her today, especially to shed a little light for those who still don’t know her. Jackie is one of the most important songwriters of the 60's, as well as a great singer. She teamed up with Sharon Sheelley, Eddie
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Jukebox Gumbo 12

The best Rock & Roll radio show broadcast from Catalonia!!! I am raw html block.Click edit button to change this html Tracklist: 01. Tico And The Triumphs - Motorcycle 02. The Everly Brothers - Gone, Gone, Gone 03. Bobby Parker - Watch Your Step 04. Arthur Thomas - Bee Sticks To Honey 05. Roberto Carlos
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Arch Hall, Jr. And The Archers ‎– Wild Guitar!

Between 1959 and 1965, Arch Hall Jr. appeared in six low-budget films: The Choppers, Eegah !, Wild Guitar, The Sadist, Spies-A-Go-Go, and Deadwood '76. His musical production was limited to a single for the Signature label, with the songs "Konga Joe" and "Monkey in My Hatband" and two promotional singles of the films in which
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Adios Trini López

On August 11, the great Trini López left us as a victim of the damn Covid, for many, the greatest Latin artist who has given Rock and Pop of the 50's and 60's. An excellent singer and guitarist, Gibson dedicated a line of guitars to him. Trini López was always proud of his origins, so
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Happy Bithday Bob!!

I’ve always thought that Rock & Roll is much more than a kind of music, rather an attitude and a way of life, of course very marked by this music. Well, thinking about rock manners and attitude, no one better than Robert Mitchum to represent it. Bob, as his friends called him, only recorded two
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Willie Joe Duncan “The Unitar Man”

Willie Joe Duncan is one of the darkest guitarists of the 50's, and everything he has in darkness he has in fierceness and rawness. Joe Willie Duncan was a Detroit blues musician who played a single-stringed instrument he called the Unitar, this instrument was electrified and was a variation of The Diddley Bow, customized by
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Bert Weedon (The British Les Paul)

Whenever I think of Bert Weedon I can't help but seeing him as a kind of British Les Paul, maybe because they are both over 35 in the 50's, or because they both started playing on Big Bands in the late 30's, or because they both influenced to later generation Rock & Roll guitarists from
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From instrumental song to Vocal Nº1

"Time Is on My Side" is one of those songs that are part of the top of Poision Ivy Lovers, written by Jerry Ragovoy, under the pseudonym "Norman Meade". It was first recorded by jazz trombonist Kai Winding in 1963. Winding was a renowned Jazzy Pop musician Dionne Warwick, Dee Dee Warwick, and Cissy Houston
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Hanky Panky (by Jeff Barry and Ellie Greenwich)

If we think of iconic songs from the first half of the 60's, that represent the spirit of Frat Rock, “Louie Louie” quickly comes to my mind, in The Kingsmen's version, “Shout” by The Isley Brothers, “Double Shot Of My Baby´s Love ”in the version of The Swingin´Medallions,“ little Latin Lupe Lu ”by The Righteous
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Max Crook “The Man From The Musitron”

On July 1 Max Crook left us. Many of you may wonder who Max Crook was, although most people have heard his best-known solo on many occasions. Max Crook was the co-author of one of the most famous songs in Rock history and his masterful solo by Musitron, the song in question is “Runaway” by

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Buddy Holly And The Crickets Motorbikes

It is said that Buddy Holly & The Crickets were on the top of the lists with That’ll be the Day and they were back in Dallas (Texas) after their world tour when they decided to buy 3 new Harleys in Dallas that would take them 300 miles back to home in Lubbock (Texas), but

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