Ramsey Kearney: The Cat Bug Bit - Rockabilly Collection (CD)
Alle heißen Rocking-Songs von Ramsey sind auf dieser Sammlung, zusammen mit einigen sehr feinen Honky-Tonk-Country-Songs in exzellenter Klangqualität. Ramsey wurde nie ein großer Star, aber diese endgültige CD-Sammlung von Vintage Tennessee Music ist ein schönes Vermächtnis.
Die Rockabilly- und Hillbilly-Musik von Ramsey Kearney wurde noch nie auf CD veröffentlicht. Ramsey nahm erstmals 1953 auf und setzte sich bis ins neue Jahrhundert fort. Diese CD enthält die besten Aufnahmen von Ramsey aus den Jahren 1953-1962 mit nur 7 Einspielungen nach 1962. Von den Original-Masterbändern von Nick Robbins von Sound Mastering gemastert, was eine hervorragende Klangqualität gewährleistet.
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|01||The cat bug bit||Ramsey Kearney|| |
|02||Red bobby sox||Ramsey Kearney|| |
|03||Don't tease||Ramsey Kearney|| |
|04||Love me strong||Ramsey Kearney|| |
|05||Home of the blues||Ramsey Kearney|| |
|06||Doin' hard time||Ramsey Kearney|| |
|07||Tennessee saturday night||Ramsey Kearney|| |
|08||Goodbye train||Ramsey Kearney|| |
|09||Western union (take 1)||Ramsey Kearney|| |
|10||Rock the bop||Ramsey Kearney|| |
|11||Betty||Ramsey Kearney|| |
|12||Thinking about my baby||Ramsey Kearney|| |
|13||But what'cha gonna do||Ramsey Kearney|| |
|14||I get the blues||Ramsey Kearney|| |
|15||Go tell your heart||Ramsey Kearney|| |
|16||Bluesday||Ramsey Kearney|| |
|17||Picture window||Ramsey Kearney|| |
|18||Nine little teardrops||Ramsey Kearney|| |
|19||The blues keep hanging on||Ramsey Kearney|| |
|20||Red bobby sox (take 2)||Ramsey Kearney|| |
|21||Everyday i love you just a little bit more||Ramsey Kearney|| |
|22||Knock on wood||Ramsey Kearney|| |
|23||That's how much i love you||Ramsey Kearney|| |
|24||Western union (take 2)||Ramsey Kearney|| |
|25||The white man's blues||Ramsey Kearney|| |
|26||My thoughts always turn to you||Ramsey Kearney|| |
|27||Dixie rose||Ramsey Kearney|| |
|28||The country singer||Ramsey Kearney|| |
|29||A boy with a dream||Ramsey Kearney|| |
|30||I've never stopped loving you||Ramsey Kearney|| |
|31||If i'm blue||Ramsey Kearney|| |
|32||Red bobby sox (take 3)||Ramsey Kearney|| |
US Rockabilly and Country Singer & Songwriter
Ramsey Kearney was born in Bolivar,Tennessee and, like many of his generation, grew up on the family farm helping with the chores and picking cotton. Singing whilst picking. helped to pass the long hours and, with the purchase of a guitar aged 13, Ramsey was on his way to being quite an entertainer.
By the time he was 15, he was hosting his own 30 minute radio show in Jackson, Tennessee, playing country records and featuring 'live' acts. One of his regular guests was a teenage Carl Perkins. Moving on to live in Memphis,in 1954 Ramsey recorded a session for Sam Phillips at Sun, but shortly after was called up for Army Service and was shipped out to Korea. Returning to Memphis, Ramsey found that nothing had been released by Sun because Sam was putting his limited funds into a couple of new boys - Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash.
Ramsey went back to Bolivar and joined up with a local band - The Jimmie Martin Combo. Jimmie and Ramsey pooled their resources and built a small recording studio, where Ramsey would record his 1st. single 'Rock the Bop/Red Bobby Sox' for Jimmie's newly formed Jaxon records. Released in 1955, Ramsey's 1st. try at Rockabilly probably sold it's pressing run around Jackson and then disappeared. From 1955 to 1961, Ramsey kept recording, but was unable to secure any new releases. Even the great 1956 recording of 'The Cat Bug Bit', a Rockabilly Classic if ever there was one, failed to pick up a release.
In 1961, Ramsey's luck changed,when he wrote the classic 'Emotions' with Mel Tillis,which became a world wide hit for Brenda Lee. At that point, Acuff-Rose offered Ramsey a new song-writing and recording contract, which saw him recording 6 singles for Hickory during 1961-1963,as well as writing songs cut by Carl Perkins,Ricky Nelson,Eddy Arnold,Warner Mack and Mel Tillis. After the Acuff-Rose period ended,Ramsey soldiered on until,in 1974, he began to take charge of his destiny by forming his own Safari Records & Japonicia Music, through which all of his recordings and songs have been channelled since 1974. In addition, he opened a hugely successful song demo business.