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Tommy Ridgley - The New Orleans King Of Stroll flac album

Tommy Ridgley - The New Orleans King Of Stroll flac album Performer: Tommy Ridgley
Title: The New Orleans King Of Stroll
Style: Electric Blues, Louisiana Blues, Delta Blues, Rhythm & Blues
Released: 1988
Country: US
MP3 album: 1494 mb
FLAC album: 1374 mb
Rating: 4.1
Other formats: MP2 MPC DTS MP4 MP3 MMF APE
Genre: Blues

Original recordings produced by Ric Records New Orleans, LA, except for B7 & B8 which were produced by Wardell Quezergue for Watch Records. All tracks first released in 1960-62, except for B7 & B8 which were produced 1964. All selections digitally transferred from the original master tapes. Other Versions (3 of 3) View All. Cat.

The New Orleans King of the Stroll, 1988. The New Orleans King of the Stroll, 1988. Should I Ever Love Again, 02:25. I've Heard That Story Before, 02:19.

The New Orleans King Of The Stroll albümüne ait şarkıları görebilir ve dinleyebilirsiniz. En çok dinlenen, en popüler şarkıcılar, albümler ve şarkılar muzikdinle. Tommy Ridgley - The New Orleans King Of The Stroll Albümü Dinle. Is It True? Should I Ever Love Again. I've Heard That Story Before.

Tommy Ridgley (October 30, 1925 – August 11, 1999) was an American R&B singer and bandleader in New Orleans, Louisiana. Born Thomas Herman Ridgley, he released his debut single "Shrewsbury Blues" in New Orleans in 1949 for Imperial Records. In the 1950s he formed his group the Untouchables, and recorded for labels such as Decca, Atlantic and Herald. His 1952 release "Tra-La-La" on Decca was later covered and made famous by Pat Boone.

Versatile singer Tommy Ridgley could wail the Blues and croon a love song, and his 'Let's Try and Talk It Over' is classic New Orleans 'stroll', which became Tommy's trademark. The very best of dr. john. Voodoo funk, virtuoso piano and that laid-back 'Nawlins' vibe, this is 16 doses of Doctor John's finest medecine. Lee dorsey - best of lee dorsey. Earl King's early material is hard to find, but this re-issue of Sonet's 1977 'Good Old New Orleans Rock'n'Roll' finds him in good voice. Marcia ball - roadside attraction. All her own work, except for a few co-writes, this album showcases Marcia Ball's versatility, with up-tempo boogies, a drag out Blues and heartbreaking ballads.

The New Orleans King of the Stroll. 15 tracks · 1 January 1988. Blues Classics 1949-1954. 22 tracks · 30 June 2011. The Tommy Ridgley Collection 1949-61.

Tommy Ridgley - vocals Additional Personnel Not Identified.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Double Eyed Whammy
Written-By – Tommy Ridgley
2:31
A2 Is It True?
Written-By – Burman, Johnson*, Lee Allen
2:27
A3 Should I Ever Love Again
Written-By – Gates*, Cockel*
2:09
A4 My Ordinary Girl
Written-By – Ruffino*
2:20
A5 I've Heard That Story Before
Written-By – Tommy Ridgley
2:17
A6 Heavenly
Written-By – Adove, Rebennack*, Marlin
2:19
A7 The Girl From Kooka Monga
Written-By – Tommy Ridgley
2:23
B1 In The Same Old Way
Written-By – D. Johnson*
2:37
B2 Three Times
Written-By – Smith*, Cornish*
2:10
B3 The Only Girl For Me
Written-By – Smith*, Cornish*
2:21
B4 I Love You Yes I Do
Written-By – J. Glover*, S. Nix*
2:21
B5 Please Hurry Home
Written-By – Tommy Ridgley
2:41
B6 Please Hurry Home [Studio Rehersal]
Written-By – Tommy Ridgley
2:27
B7 All My Love Belongs To You
Written-By – Bocage*, Terry*
2:44
B8 I Want Some Money Baby
Written-By – Bocage*, Terry*
2:23

Credits

  • Liner Notes – Jeff Hannusch
  • Producer – Jeff Hannusch
  • Producer [Original] – Wardell Quezergue (tracks: B7, B8)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 011661207929

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
2079 Tommy Ridgley The New Orleans King Of Stroll ‎(LP, Comp) Rounder Records 2079 US Unknown
C-2079 Tommy Ridgley The New Orleans King Of Stroll ‎(Cass, Comp) Rounder Records C-2079 US 1988
ED 260, ED260 Tommy Ridgley The New Orleans King Of Stroll ‎(LP, Comp) Edsel Records, Edsel Records ED 260, ED260 UK 1988