Kenny Roberts: Jumpin' And Yodelin'
In Doug Green's Liner Notes 'Jüngster unter den Titanen des Jodelns' genannt, konnte Kenny Roberts ganz sicher mit den Besten des Jodelns mithalten. Ein Pionioer in Sachen Kinder-Fernsehen, katapultierte sich Roberts 1949-50 mit I Never See Maggie Alone und Choc'late Ice Creme Cone in die Country Charts, Novelty Songs, die den Standard für seine Karriere weitgehend setzten. Diese 29 Song Collcetion aus Roberts' gesamten Aufnahmen für Coral und Decca von 1949-1957 biete Jodeln reichlich. Dazu Roberts angenehmer Gesang und eine herrausragende Begleitung durch die Creme der Nashville Cats mit den Steelern
Jerry Byrd und Don Helms, Fiddle Tommy Jackson und den Gitarristen Hank Garland und Grady Martin. Titel wie I Miss My Swiss, Boogie Woogie Yodel, She Taught Me How To Yodel und
I Finally Got Maggie Alone.
Artikeleigenschaften von Kenny Roberts: Jumpin' And Yodelin'
|Roberts, Kenny - Jumpin' And Yodelin' CD 1|
|01||I Never See Maggie Alone|
|02||Broken Teen Age Heart|
|04||I'm Looking For The Bully Of The Town|
|05||The Arizona Yodeler|
|07||Boogie Woogie Yodel Song|
|08||One Way Ticket|
|09||I Believe I'm Entitled To You|
|10||I Miss My Swiss|
|11||I'd Like To Kiss Susie Again|
|12||A Mighty Pretty Waltz|
|13||The Yodel Polka|
|14||Ding Dong Bells (Are Ringing Again)|
|15||When I'd Yoo-Hoo In The Valley|
|16||Choo Choo Ch'Boogie|
|17||She Taught Me How To Yodel|
|19||Billy And Nanny Goat|
|20||The Same Ol' Tune|
|22||Cry Baby Blues|
|23||River Of Tears|
|24||I've Got The Blues|
|25||Choc'late Ice Cream Cone|
|26||Honky Tonk Sweetheart|
|28||Just A Yodel For Me|
|29||I Finally Got Maggie Alone|
The King of the Yodelers, Kenny Roberts, was a star of the 'Midwestern Hayride' in Cincinnati and the host of a kiddies' show, 'Kenny Roberts' TV Rangers.' He was one of the first artists signed to Coral Records and on January 4, 1950, he recorded the original version of a novelty song Hillbilly Fever. The song was written by New York resident Vaughn Horton aka George Vaughn. Horton and his brother, Roy, led the Pinetoppers, a group that kept country music alive and well in New York during the Depression and beyond. At some point in the 1930s, he wrote Mockin' Bird Hill, but didn't get it recorded until late 1950 when Les Paul & Mary Ford and Patti Page recorded it. At the time he wrote Hillbilly Fever, his most lucrative copyrights had been Louis Jordan's #1 R&B hit Choo, Choo Ch-Boogie and Gene Autry's Address Unknown. "Kenny Roberts' record was moving right along," Jimmy Dickens told Eddie Stubbs (it's likelier, though, that it had been out just a few days and the publisher, Cherio Music, pitched it to Dickens' producer, Art Satherley). "So one day, Uncle Art called me and said, 'I think you ought to do that 'Hillbilly Fever.' We'll get the record out right away.'" And that's what happened.
Kenny Roberts Jumpin' And Yodelin'
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Kenny Roberts (October 14, 1926 – April 29, 2012) was an American country music singer. He was born George S. Kingsbury Jr. in Lenoir City, Tennessee, but raised on a farm outside of Greenfield, Massachusetts. He is best known for his recordings of \I Never See Maggie Alone\" and \"Choc'late Ice Cream Cone\", and was a member of The Down Homers with Bill Haley.
Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kenny_Roberts_%28musician%29"
Kenny Roberts (October 14, 1926 – April 29, 2012) was an American country music singer. He was born George S. Kingsbury Jr. in Lenoir City, Tennessee, but raised on a farm outside of Greenfield, Massachusetts. He is best known for his recordings of \I Never See Maggie Alone\ and \Choc'late Ice Cream Cone\, and was a member of The Down Homers with Bill Haley.
Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kenny_Roberts_%28musician%29