Ginger Boatwright - Juke Box Band / The Lovin's Over flac album
Title: Juke Box Band / The Lovin's Over
MP3 album: 1404 mb
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Genre: Folk / World music
New Juke Box Hits is the fifth studio album by rock and roll pioneer Chuck Berry, released in March 1961 on Chess Records, catalogue LP 1456. Unlike his previous four long-players, only two tracks had been previously released on 45 rpm singles, both sides of his record from the month before, "Little Star" backed with "I'm Talking About Yo. The album was recorded and released while Berry was in the midst of legal difficulties which led to his imprisonment in 1962.
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Singer and bluegrass performer Ginger Boatwright was born Ginger Kay Hammond in Columbus, MS, on September 21, 1944. As a child, Ginger sang bluegrass tunes with her father, Hap Hammond, and his Magic Circle Ramblers. She grew up studying piano, but switched to guitar while studying history and soc. .Meanwhile, Ginger was also signed to the GRC imprint as a solo act, and had a hit single there in 1972 with "The Lovin's Over. That year she also purchased The Pickin' Parlour, a Nashville club and gathering place for musician types, which she owned until 1981. While both Ginger and Red, White & Blue (Grass) were signed to Mercury throughout the latter part of the 1970s, neither found very much success with the label. In 1979 Red, White & Blue (Grass) dissolved, and Ginger and Grant Boatwright divorced.
Over is the sixth studio album by the English singer and songwriter Peter Hammill, released on Charisma Records in April 1977. It was issued for the first time on CD on Virgin Records in the early 1990s, and was reissued again in a remastered version in 2006 with bonus tracks. The album details the break-up of a long-term relationship with a woman known as Alice.
Meanwhile, Ginger was also signed to the GRC imprint as a solo act, and had a hit single there in 1972 with "The Lovin's Over. Ginger 's next project was the Bushwhackers, an all-female countrified bluegrass band comprised of banjoist Susie Monick, bassist April Barrows, and Ingrid Reese on fiddle and guitar. The Bushwhackers' one album was issued in 1980 on Laser Lady, and they supported the record with a series of successful college tours.
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|A||Juke Box Band
Producer – Earl BallWritten-By – Connie Moore
|B||The Lovin's Over
Producer – Ken LaxtonRemix – Larry CoxWritten-By – Ginger Boatwright
- Manufactured By – General Recording Corporation
|GRDJ 2034||Ginger Boatwright||Juke Box Band (7", Promo)||GRC||GRDJ 2034||US||1974|