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Maddox Brothers And Rose The Death Of Rock 'n Roll. Rose Maddox Looky There Over There.
Maddox Bros & Rose - The Death Of Rock And Roll. album: 100 Happy Days Classics - '50s & Early '60s. Rose Maddox - I'm Happy Every Day I Live. album: Joe Maphis & Guests At The Town Hall 1958-1961. The Maddox Brothers & Rose - Just One Little Kiss. album: Vol. 2 America's Most Colorful Hillbilly Band. The Maddox Brothers & Rose - Texas Guitar Stomp. The Maddox Brothers & Rose - Once I Had A Darling Mother. album: On The Air. The Maddox Brothers & Rose - Hold That Critter Down
And I just wanna hear some music with some soul So many sheltered shades of grey I’m not about to mourn the death of rock’n’roll Cast your broken shackles away. And sing like you mean it Sing like you’re feeling something. Everybody wants for something Everybody wants for more We wanna hear the jack plugs hum again Everybody wants for more. All these voices sound the same All that changes is the name. And I just wanna hear some music with some soul So many sheltered shades of grey I’m not about to mourn the death of rock’n’roll Cast your broken shackles away
Maddox Bros & Rose - The Death Of Rock And Roll 02:09. Sid King & The Five Strings - Ooby Dooby 02:00. The Cunninghams - Theme From Happy Days 02:59. Don "Red" Roberts - Only One 02:27. Rose Maddox - Wild Wild Young Men 02:24. Bracey Everett - The Lover's Curse 02:14. The Miracles - Shop Around 02:53. Clarence Frogman Henry - Ain't Got No Home 02:21. David Gates - Walkin' And Talkin' 02:06. Ersel Hickey - Goin' Down That Road 01:47. Calvin Johnson - Unsatisfied Mind 02:06.
The Maddox Bros & Rose. ALSO VISIT THE Maddox Brothers & Rose Photo Page. Rockabilly may have started with a Modesto, California based family when Fred got tried, actually sick, of pickin' cotton, sat down on his cotton sack and made the announcement to the family, "We're going into the music business. That was in late 1937. Rice's Furniture Store agreed to sponsor them on the radio over KTRB from 6:30am to 7:00am every weekday as "The Alabama Outlaws. Originally they were a trio. Fred hired Glen Glenn to play rhythm guitar and handle the rock 'n' roll songs of the day. (Glen Glenn can be heard on Ace Records and Dave Travis' Stomper Time Records - both out of London, England).