Jimmie mack - it's gonna hurt


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Folge 577 - ** Thema: Letzte Elvis-Session der 50er Jahre
Vito Picone und The Elegents
Original Wortprotokoll Werner Voss

  • Elvis Presley with The Jordanaires - I Need Your Love Tonight
  • Elvis Presley with The Jordanaires - A Big Hunk O'Love
  • Eddie Riff - Ain't That Lovin' You, Baby
  • Elvis Presley - Ain't That Lovin' You Baby
  • Elvis Presley with The Jordanaires - (Now And Then There's) A Fool Such As I
  • Elvis Presley - I Got Stung
  • Eddie Riff - My Baby's Gone Away
  • Mister Ruffin (aka Eddie Riff) - Bring It On Back
  • The Cavaliers - Dance, Dance, Dance
  • Pat Cordel & The Crescents - Darling Come Back
  • The Elegants - Little Star
  • The Elegants - Getting Dizzy
  • The Elegants - Please Believe Me
  • The Elegants - True Love Affair
  • The Elegants - Pay Day
  • The Elegants - Spiral
  • The Elegants - I've Seen Everything
  • Russ Veers - Warm As Toast
  • The Rhythm Aces - Mohawk Rock
 

In February 1970, Vaughan joined a band called Liberation, which was a nine-piece group with a horn section. Having spent the past month briefly playing bass with Jimmie in Texas Storm, he had originally auditioned as bassist. Impressed by Vaughan's guitar playing, Scott Phares, the group's original guitarist, modestly became the bassist. [28] In mid-1970, they performed at the Adolphus Hotel in downtown Dallas, where ZZ Top asked them to perform. During Liberation's break, Vaughan jammed with ZZ Top on the Nightcaps song "Thunderbird". Phares later described the performance: "They tore the house down. It was awesome. It was one of those magical evenings. Stevie fit in like a glove on a hand." [29]


Jimmie Mack - It's Gonna HurtJimmie Mack - It's Gonna Hurt

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