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Lets Boogie All Night Long - Doctor Ross - Live At Montreux (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Doctor Ross (October 21, – May 28, ), also known as Doctor Ross the Harmonica Boss, born Charles Isaiah Ross in Tunica, Mississippi, was an American blues singer, guitarist, harmonica player and drummer. Ross's blues style has been compared to .
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  3. Label: Polydor - • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: UK • Genre: Jazz, Blues • Style: Chicago Blues Doctor Ross Featuring Lafayette Leake - Live At Montreux (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(4).
  4. Dr. Isiah Ross recording for Sam Phillips on Sun Records before there was an Elvis, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins and Jerry Lee Lewis. If this album contained only The Boogie Disease, is would be well worth having. Dr. Ross was the last of the one-man bands, finally passing away in Flint, Michigan, where he worked at the GM plant.4/5(4).
  5. Doctor Ross enjoyed much success during the s, his popularity was fuelled by his stature as a true one-man-band, invariably playing every instrument during live performances and on many of his records. Ross' recording of "Cat Squirrel" in brought him international fame after it was recorded by UK acts, Jethro Tull and Cream.5/5(2).
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  7. Doctor Ross And His Jump And Jive Boys (The Memphis Recordings And The Michigan Singles) I saiah Ross was born in Mississippi, made his reputation as a bluesman in Memphis, then moved to Michigan for over 30 years to hold down a day job emerging occasionally to perform as a one-man band – playing harmonica, guitar, and drums. He almost retired from music before he was persuaded to appear on.
  8. History. Big Bear Records was founded by promoter and band manager Jim Simpson in , taking its name from the nickname given to Simpson by Radio 1 DJ John Peel. At the time, Simpson was managing The Locomotive, who had just scored a top 40 hit with "Rudi's In Love". After Parlophone, the band's existing label, declined to release the planned follow-up recording "Rudi The Red Nosed Reindeer.

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