Category Archives: Classic Rock

  1. With Shannon its the same but of the two Spacey was better. We gave them all the benefit of the doubt but the next day we felt the movie is very flawed. Its a shame that we as fans lost the opportunity to enjoy a performance that would have more celebrated Elvis Life instead of demeaning it.
  2. Rufus Thomas continued to record for the label after Carla's record "Gee Whiz" reached the national R&B chart in He had his own hit with "The Dog", a song he had originally improvised in performance based on a Willie Mitchell bass line, complete with imitations of a barking dog.
  3. Soul Train is an American musical variety television program, which aired in syndication from until In its year history, the show primarily featured performances by R&B, soul and hip hop artists, although funk, jazz, disco and gospel artists have also appeared.
  4. Baby, oh, baby You look so good to me, baby Baby, oh, baby You are so good to me, baby Just one look in your eyes And my temperature goes sky high I'm weak for you and can't help it You know I really don't wanna help it B-a-b-y, baby B-a-b-y, baby Whenever the sun don't shine You throw out the lifeline Then I get real close to you.
  5. Its Been Mixed by Musicology and its called “The Soul of Stax Music Vol 2” More Great 70’s Funk and Soul from Artists such as Isaac Hayes, Dramatics, Johnnie Taylor and Rufus Thomas! Once again Thanks for Reading this Blog, and keep Coming Back!
  6. Rufus Thomas- Bear Cat Little Junior's Blue Fames-Feelin' Good Rufus Thomas- Tiger Man (King Of The Jungle) Little Milton-Beggin' My Baby Little Junior's Blue Flames-Love My Baby Little Junior's Blue Flames-Mystery Train Johnny Ace with Johnny Board & His Orch-Burley Cutie Little Milton-If You Love Me Baby
  7. Rufus Thomas also appears in this compilation. Tracks of Disc 1; 1. Please Come Home For Christmas; 2. White Christmas; 3. Santa Claus Wants Some Lovin' 4. I'll Be Your Santa, Baby; 5. Christmas Comes But Once A Year; 6. Additional Track: Black Christmas; 7. Santa Claus Wants Some Lovin' 8. Who Took The Merry Out Of Christmas; 9. The Mistletoe.
  8. Aug 03,  · The first track appears as the opener for last year's "Baby Driver" soundtrack and it sorta blew my mind. Twenty-five years later and it sounded contemporary. I wonder if the dude down below is still listening to the The Strokes. This album isn't for everyone, but its a rowdy good time and its for a lot more people than it used to be.
  9. Crown Prince of Dance, an Album by Rufus Thomas. Released in on Stax (catalog no. STS; Vinyl LP). Genres: Funk, Southern Soul. Featured peformers: Rufus Thomas (vocals), The Memphis Horns (aka_text horns role_id aka_text), Tom Nixon (producer, arranger), Jo Bridges (production consultant), Maldwin Hamlin (photography).

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