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"Dig This With The Splendid Bohemians" -The Night Of The Living Soundtrack- Music From "Dig This" Podcasts Featuring - Mitch Ryder, John Prine, Bruce Springsteen, Ellie Greenwich, The Shangri-las, Johnny Rivers, The Blues Project & Many More-1 Hour, 40 Mi

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Posted 04/17/2020 06:00 PM

"Dig This With The Splendid Bohemians" Episode Soundtrack- Music Featured In "Of Coltrane, Corona and The Language of Jazz" & Other Gems - 14 Tracks Highlighting A Diversified Sanctuary Of Sound From Jazz To Country

1) Bunny Berigan – 2) Lester Young 3) Charlie Parker 4) John Coltrane 5) Charles Lloyd 6) Jerry Lee Lewis 7) Charlie Parker 8) Coleman Hawkins 9) George Jones 10) John Coltrane 11) Al Jolson 12) Merle Haggard 13) Lester Young – CLICK TITLE FOR FULL LIST

Posted 04/01/2020 12:45 PM

"Dig This With The Splendid Bohemians" - Of Coltrane, Corona and The Language of Jazz -A Feast of Soul & Inspiration - W/ The Spiritual Sounds Of John Coltrane, Jerry Lee Lewis, Lester Young , Coleman Hawkins, Al Jolson & Hosts Bill Mesnik & Rich Buckland

Posted 03/31/2020 01:34 PM

JERRY LEE LEWIS -"TOUCHING HOME" WITH MARTY STUART AND AN HONORARY MISSISSIPPI COUNTRY MUSIC TRAIL MARKER - DECEMBER 19, 2019

VISIT THE MISSISSIPPI COUNTRY MUSIC TRAIL

Posted 12/28/2019 11:47 AM

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"Dig This!!!- Al Jolson, Jerry Lee Lewis, Jackie Wilson, Dion" - NEW Episode- Splendid Bohemians Bill Mesnik and Rich Buckland Explore the Heart and Soulfulness of the Legendary Jolson and Those Influenced By Him- A Pop Culture Buffet of Musical Majesty!

Posted 07/25/2017 02:02 PM

Jerry Lee Lewis- Billy Lee Riley- Warren Smith- Elvis- "Good Rocking Tonight"- A RichieBoy Record Party!-The Original BopCat LP Released in '77 - Featuring Rare Alternate Rockabilly Takes as Well as The Infamous Jerry Lee Vs. Sam Phillips Studio Encounter

The blood of all contemporary ‘Rock’ music can be traced to the legacies of many marvels.. Lightning Hopkins was playing ‘Rock and Roll” before such a thing even existed. Presley made black culture acceptable to those thinking South. Jerry Lee invented stage madness. This LP bleeds early gold. “PLE

Posted 08/29/2014 10:52 AM

Jerry Lee Lewis -"Lonesome Fiddle Man" - "The Killer" Confesses His Hurt In This Grand Country Gesture From 1972 - Written By Frazier and Shafer - Featuring The Great Kenny Lovelace on Fiddle - From the Mercury LP "Would You Take Another Chance On Me"

We now enter the ‘they don’t write ‘em or sing ‘em like this anymore” zone. Sure. Times change and all that jazz. It’s the mystery of history in action. The mystery is why so many neglect the history that built the new Rock, Pop and Country culture. This track is a genuine days of yore monument.

Posted 10/19/2013 12:30 PM

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Jerry Lee Lewis- 'The Mercy of A Letter'- One of 'The Killers' Finest Country Pop Performances From His 1976 Mercury LP 'Who's Gonna Play This Old Piano?'

His Balls of Fire had chilled but Jerry’s heart remained a furnace as he became a fave with Country fans from ‘66 until this day. The emotive display’s on his Mercury LP’s evidenced a man willing to wear his blood on his sleeve when it came to life and love. I thank him for his courage.

Posted 04/16/2013 10:05 AM

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