Ramblin' Tommy Scott & Scotty Lee - Great Scotts Good Country album flac
Ramblin' Tommy Scott: American country and rockabilly musician. Jumpin' From Six To Six, Dig Me Little Mama, Sweet Woman Blues и другие песни. Вся дискография, Радио, Концерты, рекомендации и похожие исполнители.
Ramblin' "Doc" Tommy Scott (born on June 24, 1917 and died on September 30, 2013) of Toccoa, Georgia, USA, was taught to play the guitar by a neighbor. He began playing at church socials, dances and on local radio – WAIM, in nearby Anderson, South Carolina – with his sister Cleo at the age of 16. This led to his first job, working for ‘Doc’ . Chamberlain’s Medicine Show and so began a life as a traveling showman that lasted six decades. For the next decade Tommy Scott toured extensively, typically using various radio stations as a base and employing his wife, Frankie, and daughter Sandra. At the same time he acquired a long-time band member in Gaines Blevins and Blevins’ son Scotty Lee (2). In 1946 Scott filmed over 50 quarter-hour television shows, the Ramblin’ Tommy Scott Show, putting him ahead of his time in this respect.
Ramblin' Tommy Scott (June 24, 1917 – September 30, 2013), aka "Doc" Tommy Scott, was an American country and rockabilly musician. Thomas Scott was born outside of Toccoa, Georgia, United States, and began playing the guitar at age ten. After high school he joined Doc Chamberlain's medicine show, and got his first job in radio on WTFL in Athens, Georgia in 1933. He also sold Vim Herb on the radio
Winfield Scott "Scotty" Moore III (December 27, 1931 – June 28, 2016) was an American guitarist and recording engineer. He is best known for backing Elvis Presley in the first part of his career, between 1954 and the beginning of Elvis's Hollywood years.
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Ramblin' Tommy Scott - Cats And Dogs 01:44 Cats & Dogs. Ramblin' Tommy Scott - Dig Me Little Mama 02:07 Lovely Dovey. Ramblin' Tommy Scott - Forty Cups Of Coffee 02:09 Dirty Birds. Ramblin' Tommy Scott - Gee 01:44 Crooked Dice. Ramblin' Tommy Scott - At My Front Door 02:07 Blue Flowers. Ramblin' Tommy Scott - Sweet Woman Blues 02:51 A Shot in the Dark - Tennessee Jive - Country Music on Nashville's Independent Labels 1945-1955, Vol. 1.
Tommy Lee Scott, 24 June 1917, Stephens County, Georgia, USA, d. 30 September 2013, Toccoa, Georgia, USA. Scott learned to play guitar (and later piano) as a boy and first worked on radio in 1930. In 1931, he formed the Georgia Peanut Band and did ‘blackface’ comedy as Peanut. He worked solo on radio in Raleigh, Greenville and Augusta, and for 18 months, he was a regular on the Wheeling Jamboree. He became associated with the Herb-O-Lac Medicine Show, which was founded in 1890 by ‘Doc’ .
|A1||Uncle Sam's Got The Flu||2:38|
|A3||Seben - Come - Eleben||2:57|
|A5||Writing On The Wall (Ode To John)||1:53|
|B1||Down The Road I Go||2:26|
|B2||Flick My Bick||2:22|
|B4||Slow Down World||3:06|
|B5||Somewhere - Somehow (I'll Lose Em)||2:58|
|B6||Sing, Sing, Sing (Voice In A Crowd)||2:25|
- Distributed By – NSD
- Recorded At – Mark V
- Remixed At – Mark V
- Drums, Harmony Vocals – Sam Baxter
- Engineer – Bill Medlin
- Graphics – Josten's
- Guitar, Mandolin, Steel Guitar – Junior Gaines Blevins
- Musician – The Tommy Scott Band
- Producer – James Goss
- Rhythm Guitar – Bruce Colbert