28th IBC Results
Tue Feb 7 09:01:37 EST 2012
Harris was talked into it by Sid Nathan of King records, his label. King
quite often recorded country versions and R&B versions of the same song.
Also, there was an astute A&R at King by the name of Henry Glover at King.
There is an excellent book about King Records titled "King Of The Queen
City" by John Fox.
----- Original Message -----
From: "chuck 249" <hhs249@GMAIL.COM>
Sent: Tuesday, February 07, 2012 7:02 AM
Subject: Re: 28th IBC Results
> On Feb 6, 2012, at 20:37, Jonny Meister <email@example.com> wrote:
> It seems that I recall Mr Collins benefiting from an association early
> on with Canned Heat, who introduced him to a much wider audience.
> I will also point out that late great Wynonie Harris had a huge hit
> with country artist/songwriter Hank Penny's Don't Roll Those Bloodshot
> Eyes At Me. Penny's disc had barely stop spinning when Harris's
> dropped. Was he talked into it? Probably, by some astute (what used to
> be called) A&R man.
> chuck, in dallas
>> Would old blues guys like Albert Collins have recorded something that
>> wasn't blues in order to make big bucks? Probably, though in
>> Collins's case, he never really did & possibly could have. I can't
>> fault anyone for doing that, but as a "bluesomusical," someone whose
>> musical orientation is blues, the pop stuff doesn't excite me as
>> much, and I don't like it when "blues" artists are playing something
>> that sounds like "a dash of blues" in a plain old pop or rock song.
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