8 thoughts on “ Larry Birdsong & Jimmy Beck & Orchestra* - Live The Life I Sing About / Every Night In The Week (Shellac) ”

  1. Larry Birdsong CD discography The many record labels that came out of Memphis, Tennessee have mostly been well docomeented over the years. There has been one glaring omission and that is the Home Of The Blues record label that existed from through to
  2. Live The Life I Sing About - Larry Birdsong 3. Six Days A Week (And Sundays Too) - The Kinglets 4. You Gotta Go - The Kinglets Charles Walker & The Daffodils 7. If Things Don't Change - Gene Allison 8. Sittin' Here Drinkin' - Earl Gaines 9. Blue Night - Jimmy Beck & His Orchestra Real Good Man - Murfreesboro (Al Garner) Oh My Love 4/5(1).
  3. Live The Life I Sing About: Larry Birdsong comes thru with a potent reading of a strong rockaballad selling it with feeling helped by a male vocal group. Every Night In The Week: On this side the changer sells a bluesy effort nicely, but the flip has the edge.
  4. Nov 21,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - LARRY BIRDSONG & GROUP LIVE THE LIFE I SING ABOUT YouTube Brother Joe May - I'm Gonna Live the Life I Sing About in My Song - Duration: Tony Saldaña views.
  5. ARTHUR K. ADAMS: The Same Thing/ GENE ALLISON: Have Faith/ If Things Don't Change/ Stay A Little Longer/ You Can Make It If You Try/ JIMMY BECK & HIS ORCHESTRA: Blue Night/ Murfreesboro/ Oh My Love/ Real Good Man/ LARRY BIRDSONG: Live The Life I Sing About/ Scooter Poofin'/ Three Times Seven/ You're My Baby/ CLIFF BUTLER: Rent's Too High/ THE.
  6. Larry Birdsong With His Songbirds & Jimmy Beck & Orchestra Champion - Live The Life I Sing About / Every Night In The Week - Larry Birdsong With The Jimmy Beck Orchestra.
  7. 7" Single on 45cat: Larry Birdsong - Live The Life I Sing About / Every Night In The Week - Champion [Nashville] - USA -
  8. Although Nashville is primarily known as the center of country music, the city also has had a flourishing music scene in other genres, including R&B, and a big chunk of Nashville’s R&B history is due to Ted Jarrett, who founded Champion Records (and its sister labels Calvert, Kit, and Cherokee Records) in , releasing several fine R&B singles, most of which were no more than regional hits.

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