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9 thoughts on “ Love Love Love - James Sugar Boy Crawford, The Sha-Weez - 30 New Orleans Classics

  1. 30 tracks of classic New Orleans R&B from the 50s by this fine performer including his first four sides from with the vocal group The Shaweez. Includes Jock-O-Mo/ No More Heartaches/ I Don't Need You/ Ooh Wee Sugar/ Stop/ What's Wrong/ There Goes My Baby/ Trouble Mind/ You Made Me Love .
  2. James "Sugar Boy" Crawford nació en Nueva Orleans, Luisiana, el 12 de octubre de y murió el 15 de septiembre de Fue un músico estadounidense de Rhythm and Blues, cantante y pianista, autor de todo un éxito en los cincuenta como fue su popular Jock-A-Homo (), basada en los cantos indios del Mardi Gras que fue popularizado con Author: Magic Pop.
  3. Jan 01,  · I Need Your Love, a song by James "Sugar Boy" Crawford on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics britpop.alsarilsaithforius.infoinfo Duration: 2 min.
  4. James “Sugar Boy” Crawford died Sept. 15th. He was He formed a R&B band in High School and the group performed in local clubs and released a single on Aladdin Records. Leonard Chess, co-founder of Chess Records, happened to hear the band at radio station WMRY while in New Orleans. He made what was purportedly an audition tape of the group.
  5. Sep 15,  · James "Sugar Boy" Crawford discography and songs: Music profile for James "Sugar Boy" Crawford, born 12 October Genres: Rhythm & Blues. Albums include The Chess Story: , Jock-a-Mo / You, You, You, and Chess Rhythm & Roll.
  6. Entertainment was never the same to Sugar Boy after that. After an attempt at a comeback, his only singing was in the church. James "Sugar Boy" Crawford passed away on September 15, He was preceded by Edgar "Big Boy" Myles, who relocated to New York, where he died in The Sha-Weez were true exponents of the New Orleans sound.
  7. Apr 27,  · By Geraldine Wyckoff Contributing Writer. While it’s common to hear multiple versions of “When the Saints Go Marching In” and Louis Armstrong’s mega-hit, “What a Wonderful World,” at Jazz Fest, those classics might take a backseat to “Walking to New Orleans.
  8. Bandmate James "Sugar Boy" Crawford was slated to sing lead vocal, but a previous live performance left his voice so strained that Myles stepped to the fore instead; "No One to Love Me" appeared at year's end, becoming a local hit and earning the group live appearances throughout the Gulf Coast region. Still, Aladdin resisted releasing the.
  9. ジェイムズ・"シュガー・ボーイ"・クロフォード (英: James "Sugar Boy" Crawford 、年 10月12日 - 年 9月15日) は、米国 ルイジアナ州 ニューオーリンズのR&B シンガー、ピアノ奏者。 ドクター・ジョンなどがカバーした"アイコ・アイコ"のオリジナル・アーティストとして知られている。.

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