oldtimer wrote:Toto, Africa
Patti Smith, Because the Night - Amazing vocal
The Outlaws, High tide and Green Grass - great guitar work
Spirit, Mr Skin - a bit different
Three Dog Night, Shambala
Rick Springfield, Jessie's Girl
Edgar Winter & Rick Derringer, Frankenstein
Ritchie Valens, La Bamba
Men at Work, Down Under
Jennifer Warrens, Love Lifts us up where we belong, Right Time of the Night
The Crimson King, The Court of the Crimson King
Leslie West, Mississippi Queen
Dr Hook, The Ballad Of Lucy Jordan
Joan Armatrading, Down To Zero
Cat Stevens, Where Do The Children Play
The Pretenders, Hymn To Her
Pink Floyd, On the Turning Away
Martin Page, In the House of Stone & Light
Jefforson Starship, We Built This City on RockR&oll
And some Reggae
Desmond Decker, The Israelites
The Toots & Matals, Pressure Drop
Jimmy Cliff, I can see Clearly Now
rovingcowboy wrote:but i've got another song here
by another artist i've only seen this one song from and can't find any info about this artist. its a nice rock and roll peppy song done on the piano. kind of in jerry lee lewis's style of boogie and rock and roll.
name on the 45 rpm says artist is Ray Holliday, song is I feel Good that way.
does anyone know about this artist. its a great song i have no idea why its not listed any place online or he is not listed.
but man is it a fast beat song. about the same speed as great balls of fire when jerry lee is really pounding the keys..
it sounds like the keys are going to fall off the piano in the song they are being hit fast and hard....now before you all get upset, i'm not that way... but the singers voice leads me to think he is black....and kind of has a rougher ray charles voice. who knows it might be ray charles after a few drinks when he first started out...the 45 rpm is from the early 1960's to mid 1950's ...not sure about it being him i'm just guessing from the sound and age of the record. i really wish some one here in the forum or searching on google that found this thread can tell me any info on person. thanks.
oldtimer wrote: I thought I had all the Poco Albums (9) but never heard that tune..
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