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8 thoughts on “ Tequila - Bill Blacks Combo - Solid And Raunchy (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. In Black joined a group of musicians which became Bill Black's Combo. The lineup was Black (bass), Joe Lewis Hall (piano), Reggie Young (guitar), Martin Willis (saxophone), and Jerry Arnold (drums). There were several personnel changes. While Young was in the army, his position was filled by Hank Hankins, Chips Moman and Tommy Cogbill/5(9).
  2. One of three albums the Bill Black Combo released in , Solid and Raunchy is exactly that -- honking, sax-driven rock & roll instrumentals played by a propulsive five-piece band. This is music for teenage dance parties and consequently sticks to million-selling tunes like "Bo Diddley," "Tequila," and "Raunchy.".
  3. One of three albums the Bill Black Combo released in , Solid and Raunchy is exactly that -- honking, sax-driven rock & roll instrumentals played by a propulsive five-piece band. This is music for teenage dance parties and consequently sticks to million-selling tunes like "Bo Diddley," "Tequila.
  4. Bill Black's Combo - Solid and Raunchy - corpinscontranikiholxioudeppherabu.coinfo Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Account Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders. Try Prime Cart. CDs & Vinyl Go Search Hello Select /5(9).
  5. Black, Bill Combo - Solid And Raunchy The 3rd: Groovin' Easy, If I had A Hammer, Creepin' Around, Son Of Hickory Holler's Tramp (Vinyl STEREO LP record) - NM9/EX8 - LP .
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Solid And Raunchy on Discogs. Label: Hi Records - HL • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Rock •/5(4).
  7. Bill Black achieved lasting fame as the original bass player for Elvis Presley and during many of Elvis' early performances often upstaged the singer with his antics on bass. Bill was eventually fired by Colonel Tom Parker in and formed his own group with Joe Lewis Hall, Reggie Young, Martin Wills and Jerry Arnold and would go on to score /5(9).
  8. Initially it was on their Dolton album The Ventures Play Telstar and the Lonely Bull, BST ; The Piltdown Men released the tune as a single in called "Tequila Bossa Nova" (with "Tequila Bossa Nova" replacing "Tequila" as the calls). The tune was covered by Bill Black's Combo: "Tequila"/"Raunchy", 7" single, Hi Records , US

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