Hello folks! Here is another slab of boppers to enjoy your ears. We debut with BOB BLUM raucous “Romping Stomping Good time” – the title says it all! Fine steel-guitar. Blum also had “Say it fast” in a more Counry vein. Early in 1936, Dallas, Texas, with the fine original “Texas Sand” by the TUNE WRANGLERS. Charlie Kellogg on vocal and double-bass. This is a used (not abused!) RCA 78 rpm. Down in Mississipi, 1954 (Feature label) with MACK HAMILTON and his great Bopper “I’m A Honky Tonk Daddy”. Black label. Same period, this time on MGM, and up North (Cincinnati) for the prolific JOE ‘CANNONBALL’ LEWIS, a tune later sung by the Maddoxes: “I Wonder If I Can Lose The Blues This Way”.. .A story is en course on JIMMY SIMPSON, a great Country Bopper in his own right, for 2010. Here is his “Blues As I Can be”. Then on to piano blues/boogie with CECIL GANT and “Hogan’s Alley”(King, 1947). Bye!
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