Title: Red Hot & Blue
Label: Memphis Archives
Style: Public Broadcast, Rhythm & Blues, Rockabilly, Rock & Roll
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2897 mb | MP3 size: 2067 mb | WMA size: 1778 mb
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Selections of wildman disc jockey "Daddy-O" Dewey Phillips 1950s radio broadcasts (including music) out of Memphis, Tennessee.
From the booklet -- "He brought black rhythm and blues to white teenagers in Memphis two years before [Alan] Freed..."
- Barcode: 781371701627
Dewey Phillips was the city's leading radio personality for nine years and was the first to simulcast his Red, Hot & Blue show on radio and television. During the 1950s he had 100,000 listeners to his 9pm-midnight slot and he received 3,000 letters a week. Phillips' on-air persona was a speed-crazed hillbilly, with a frantic delivery and entertaining sense of humor. and appeal to all races he was doing it in the South in 1948 and it was no act, Dewey really was nuts and he was the first to play Elvis Presley. And, as the cover to this amazing collection of radio airchecks also points out, the first to introduce him to drugs. He ruled the Memphis airwaves for ten years until the rise of Top 40 and changing tastes banished him from the marketplace, flaming out early at 42 in 1968. Dewey Phillips broadcast from his hospital bed in 195. Dewey Phillips broadcast from his hospital bed in 1952 after a car crash. Advertising CV beer, the man who first played Elvis's debut single 'That's Alright Mama' plays Piano Red's 'Dig That Boogie' in his own inimitable offbeat crazy free to Dewey Phillips Red Hot & Blue Red Hot & Blue. 1 track 59:07. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Red Hot & Blue. Исполнитель: Various artists. 1990 blues. Red Hot & Blue Live Radi. has been added to your Cart. Buy Now. Here are the sounds of yesteryear captured through the voice of a fascinating character Dewey Phillips who introduced me to the real Blues via his dj chatter when I was a teenager. Yes this is Nostalgia with a Capital N. The arcane vocubulary, the primitive broadcasting including the scratchy, over cued 78's, and of course the classical blues of the South are all on this CD. by Dewey Phillips. Copyright - Memphis Archives, Memphis Archives 781371701627. Genre: UrbanR&B: Rhythm & Blues. Release Date: 1994. Album Notes. Dewey Phillips brought black rhythm and blues music to white teenagers in Memphis two years before Freed started doing the same in Cleveland. He brought rock'n'roll to television a year before Dick Clark's American Bandstand. Dewey Phillips Sign of things just around the corner. Click on the link here for Audio Player WHBQ Dewey Phillips: Red, Hot and Blue November 1950 Gordon Skene Sound Collection. Before the days of Rock n Roll, Popular Music was segregated into Mainstream and Race. Race music was primarily music recorded by and sold almost exclusively to the African-American Market. A1 Jackie Brenston And The Delta Cats Rocket 88 A2 Dewey Phillips Red Hot And Blue A3 Billy The Kid Emerson Red Hot A4 Billy Love Gee, I Wish A5 Guitar Red Baby Please Don't Go A6 Little Junior's Blue Flames Love My Baby A7 Rosco Gordon Bop With Me Baby A8 Earl. Hooker The Hucklebuck A9 Tiny Kennedy Strange Kinda Feeling B1 Rufus Thomas Bear Cat B2 Eddie Snow Ain't That Right B3 Pat Hare It Ain't Gonna Be That Way B4 Howlin' Wolf Oh Red B5 Little Junior's Blue Flames Mystery Train B6 Doctor Ross Doctor Ross' Boogie B7 Pinetop Perkins Pinetop&a. Track List. Live Radio Broadcasts From 1952-1964. This is a new, unopened CD in its original packaging