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8 thoughts on “ Too Many Women - Rosco Gordon - Keep On Doggin (Vinyl, LP)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Too Many Women / Wise To You Baby on Discogs. Label: Duke - R • Format: Vinyl 7. Label: Duke - R • Format: Vinyl 7 Rosco Gordon: Too Many Women / Keep On Doggin.
  2. Rosco Gordon (born April 10, , Memphis, Tennessee, USA - died July 11, , Queens, New York City, New York, USA) was an American rhythm and blues pianist. He .
  3. Vinyl LP'S $ per disc or less 45 RPM Christmas CD'S Contemporary Blues Used cds Soul-R&B their recordings or their careers but in the case of Rosco Gordon it seems to fit. Certainly his piano stylings are often referred to as shambolic, however his looping piano style and his ability to place an accent on the offbeat helped to form the.
  4. Rosco Gordon A: Too Many Women B: Wise To You Baby: Duke [R'n'B] Jamaica: 7" 0: Roscoe Gordon And His Orchestra A: New Orleans Wimmen B: I Remember Your Kisses: RPM Jamaica: 7" 0: Rosco Gordon A: Too Many Women B: Keep On Doggin: Modern Jamaica: 45XMX 7" 0 UK: Rosco Gordon A: Just A Little Bit B: Goin' Home: Top Rank UK: JAR
  5. Too Many Women By Rosco Gordon. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. Too Many Women. Featured on No More Doggin' - The Best Of Rosco Gordon. More by Rosco Gordon. Sun Records Recording Artist - Rosco Gordon. The Legendary Sun Classics. Rosco Rocks Again. No .
  6. GORDON ROSCO - Just A Lttle Bit (plus all the singles As & Bs - 61) - resslorelifitbackcontdimiscwealthpostcrow.coinfo Music Too Many Women Wise to You Baby Ain T No Use Rosco S Mambo Trying Dream Baby Lucille (Lookin for My Baby) Keep on Doggin 5/5(1).
  7. ROSCO GORDON: Keep On Doggin' / Bad Dream: US DUKE ROSCO GORDON WITH JOE SCOTT ORCHESTRA: I've Loved And Lost / Tummer Tee: US SUN ROSCO GORDON: Sally Jo / Torro: 10/ US VEE-JAY ROSCOE GORDON: A Fool In Love / No More Doggin' US VEE-JAY ROSCOE GORDON: Just A Little Bit / Goin' Home.
  8. Rosco Gordon Just A Little Bit. Rosco Gordon. Just A Little Bit. Get ready for a story of byzantine complexity. “It was Christmastime ,” said Jimmy McCracklin, “and I was playing in a Chicago nightclub.I ran into Rosco Gordon, and I taught Rosco one of my new songs, ‘Just A Little Bit.’”.

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