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Linda Hopkins - Rock and Roll Blues: The Early Years of "The Kid" album mp3
East Coast Blues,Regional Blues,Jump Blues
  • Performer:
    Linda Hopkins
  • Title:
    Rock and Roll Blues: The Early Years of "The Kid"
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    East Coast Blues,Regional Blues,Jump Blues
  • Date of release:
    April 28, 2008
  • Recording date:
    January 9, 1951 - June 12, 1957
  • Duration:
    55:35
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    1228 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1736 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1126 megabytes
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    4.9
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20 - Rock And Roll Blues. 21 - I Diddie Dum Dum (Diddie Yum Dee) (Bonus Track). 22 - Happiness (Bonus Track). 23 - I Don't Know You Anymore (Bonus Track). 24 - Mama's Doin' the Twist (Bonus Track). 25 - Shake A Hand (with Jackie Wilson) (Bonus Track). 26 - I Found Love (with Jackie Wilson) (Bonus Track). 27 - Memories and a Broken Heart (Bonus Track). 28 - The Magic Song (Bonus Track). 29 - If You Walk Away (Bonus Track).

Rock and Roll Blues: The Early Years of "The Kid". Shout! Factory, Shout! 2:07.

Linda Hopkins (born December 14, 1924) is an African-American actress and blues and gospel singer. She has recorded classic, traditional, and urban blues, and performed R&B and soul, jazz, and show tunes since the 1950s. Born Melinda Helen Matthews in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States, the second child of the Reverend Fred Matthews, Sr. and Hazel Smith, Hopkins grew up in the section of New Orleans known by the locals as "Zion City". Rock and Roll Blues: The Early Years of 'the Kid' released: 2008. How Blue Can You Get released: 1995. Rock and Roll Blues: The Early Years of 'the Kid'.

American musician Kid Rock has released eleven studio albums, one compilation album, two extended plays and one live album. His debut album, Grits Sandwiches for Breakfast, was released by Jive Records in 1990. Following its release, Kid Rock was dropped and shuffled between an independent artist and label-signed for most of the 1990s until he created his own Top Dog label, and released his mainstream debut album, Devil Without a Cause, on August 18, 1998 via Atlantic Records

Album · 2003 · 15 Songs. 3. Let the Good Time Roll. Here's the Kid: Live In Sesjun. Deep In the Night (Live Ad Lib Series Performances).

Back Stabbers, Lung Cancer, Rock N Roll, Philadelphia, Rock Roll, Rock And Roll, Philadelphia Flyers. And also a member of the Williams & Walker Vaudevillian troupe. In 1920 she served as vice president for the National Association of Negro Musicians. Country singer Linda Martell’s hit song Color Him Father earned her the distinction in 1969 as the first African American female vocalist on the Grand Ole Opry.

The coming of rock & roll in the mid-Fifties was not merely a musical revolution but a social and generational upheaval of vast and unpredicatable scope. It also represented a major reversal in the business of popular music. In record-business terms, rock & roll meant that small, formerly specialized labels like Sun, Chess and Specialty were invading the upper reaches of the pop charts, long the exclusive domain of the major corporate record labels and old-line Tin Pan Alley music-publishing interests.

Linda Hopkins performing in 2006. After years performing as a gospel singer, Ms. Hopkins began to sing blues and jazz in the 1950s. She also turned to acting, first appearing on Broadway in 1970 in Purlie, a musical based on a play by Ossie Davis and set in the Jim Crow South. In 1972, Ms. Hopkins won a Tony Award for best featured actress in a musical for her performance in Inner City, a retelling of classic fairy tales in an urban setting. In the mid-1970s, Ms. Hopkins returned to one of her early inspirations as the co-writer of Me and Bessie, a staged tribute to Smith. The production, written with Will Holt, was a one-woman show (except for a pair of dancers) that featured Ms. Hopkins’s monologues and performances of 26 songs associated with Smith.

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Credits

Don Abney - Piano
Mickey Baker - Guitar
Albert Bartee - Drums
Leard Bell - Drums
Al Caiola - Guitar
Red Callender - Bass
Maxwell Street Jimmy Davis - Sax (Tenor)
Mario Delagarde - Bass
Neil Dell - Package Design
Addison Farmer - Bass
Panama Francis - Drums
Ernie Hayes - Piano
Milt Hinton - Bass
Granville T. Hogan - Drums
Lorenzo Holden - Sax (Tenor)
Linda Hopkins - Primary Artist, Vocals
George "Happy" Johnson - Sax (Tenor)
Sam Davis Johnson - Bass
Taft Jordan - Trumpet
Clarence Kenner - Guitar
Jerry Leiber - Composer
Pete "Guitar" Lewis - Guitar
Jimmy Nottingham - Trumpet
Johnny Otis - Vibraphone
Gilles Pétard - Photo Courtesy
Willie Rice - Vibraphone
Clive Richardson - Compilation Producer, Liner Notes
Jerome Richardson - Bass
Luis Rivera - Organ, Piano
Arvell Shaw - Bass
Carl "The Truth" Smith - Trumpet
Fletcher Smith - Piano
Mike Stoller - Composer
Rudy Toombs - Composer
James Von Streeter - Sax (Tenor)
George Washington - Trombone
Richard White - Sax (Alto), Sax (Tenor)
Devonia Williams - Piano

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Doggin' Blues Linda Hopkins 3:10
2 Living and Loving You Linda Hopkins 3:01
3 Warning Blues Linda Hopkins 3:03
4 I'll Ask My Heart Linda Hopkins 3:06
5 Walkin' and Talkin' Blues Linda Hopkins 2:50
6 Sad and Lonely Linda Hopkins 3:03
7 Me and Dirty Blues Linda Hopkins 2:58
8 Baby Please Come Home Linda Hopkins 3:04
9 Is This Goodbye Linda Hopkins 2:47
10 Get Off My Wagon Linda Hopkins 2:43
11 Three Time Loser Linda Hopkins 2:28
12 Tears of Joy Jerry Leiber / Mike Stoller Linda Hopkins 2:37
13 Come Back Baby Linda Hopkins 2:45
14 Mama Needs Your Lovin' Baby Linda Hopkins 3:00
15 I'm Going to Cry Right Out of My Mind Linda Hopkins 2:24
16 Danny Boy Linda Hopkins 2:29
17 My Loving Baby Rudy Toombs Linda Hopkins 2:48
18 I Can't Linda Hopkins 2:46
19 Shiver and Shake Linda Hopkins 2:26
20 Rock and Roll Blues Linda Hopkins 2:07