Download You Aint Too Old - Various - Johnny Otis Presents Some Old Folks Boogie (Vinyl, LP)
1978
Label: P-Vine Special - PLP-709 • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: Japan • Genre: Blues •


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  1. Kazrazahn

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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Johnny Otis Presents Some Old Folks Boogie on Discogs. Label: P-Vine Special - PLP • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: Japan • Genre: Blues • Style: Electric Blues, Rhythm & Blues4/5(2).
  2. Tojaramar

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    Johnny Otis & Others: Johnny Otis Presents Some Old Folks Boogie (LP, Vinyl record album) - Fantastic work from Johnny Otis' 50s recordings for the Dig Records label – a Capitol imprint -- Dusty Groove is Chicago's Online Record StoreBrand: Dig/P-Vine (Japan) (Label).
  3. Akigal

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    Oct 28,  · Dig Records was originally called Ultra propexcanotoucar.amistethumbfuncverrojuboljanecra.co Records was formed in by Frank Gallo, Eddie Mesner, Leo Mesner and Johnny Otis in Los Angeles California. In February , the name of the label was changed to Dig Records, probably because of the existence of another record company called Ultra.
  4. Maurr

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    Fantastic work from Johnny Otis ' 50s recordings for the Dig Records label – a Capitol imprint that had Johnny acting as A&R and bandleader, a bit like James Brown would later do for People Records! The set features rare work by Abe Moore, Moose John, Sydney Maiden, Sailor Boy, Al Simmons, and Johnny himself! LP, Vinyl record album.
  5. Aragar

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    Johnny Otis presents - Some Old Folks Boogie Al Simmons - You Ain't Too Old Johnny Otis - Groove Juice - If You Ever Get Lonesome Sailor Boy - What Have I Done Wrong (part 1) Moose John - Talkin' About Me Slim Green - My Woman Done Quit Me Sidney Maiden with Slim Green & The Cats From Fresno - Hand Me Down Baby [Dig ] Abe Moore - A & J Moose.
  6. Voodootaur

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    "Hound Dog" is a twelve-bar blues song written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. Recorded originally by Big Mama Thornton on August 13, , in Los Angeles and released by Peacock Records in late February , "Hound Dog" was Thornton's only hit record, selling over , copies, spending 14 weeks in the R&B charts, including seven weeks at number one.
  7. Maukree

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    Dig Records was originally called Ultra propexcanotoucar.amistethumbfuncverrojuboljanecra.co Records was formed in by Frank Gallo, Eddie Mesner, Leo Mesner and Johnny Otis in Los Angeles California. In February , the name of the label was changed to Dig Records, probably because of the existence of another record company called Ultra. The Mesner Brothers were also the owners.
  8. Tojajar

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    The Capitol Records, Inc. company was founded by the songwriters Johnny Mercer, Buddy G. De Sylva and record store owner Glenn Wallichs on April 9, in Hollywood, California. By Capitol had sold 42 million records and was established as one of the Big Six studios.

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