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MessageSujet: Curtis GORDON   Mer 03 Sep 2008, 21:50





Curtis Gordon
Born: July 27, 1928
Died: May 2, 2004
WKABMobile, AL
Curtis Gordon was known as "Mr. Personality" and could be heard over WALA-TV every Monday night at 7:00pm in Mobile, Alabama. Back then, he was on the Mercury record label and was known to be quite a flashy dresser, with a western wardrobe to rival most Hollywood cowboys. He did a west cosast tour they said that was so well received that he could do it again anytime.

Credits & Sources

  • Cowboy Songs No. 39 (February 1955); American Folk Publications, Inc.; Derby, CT.





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Mercury
Rec. No.SideSong Title
70538A Chopsticks Mambo
70538B Don't Trade
70648A Blue Lifetime
70648B Baby, Please Come Home
71121A Sixteen
71121B Cry, Cry
RCA Victor
Rec. No.SideSong Title
20-5062A The Greatest Sin
20-5062B You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet
20-5182A If You Tell Me One More Lie
20-5182B What's A Little Pride
20-5356A Rocky Road Of Love
20-5356B Rompin' And Stompin
20-5461A I Just Don't Love You Anymore
20-5461B Where'd You Get So Much Of
20-5550A Little Bo-Peep
20-5550B Tell 'Em No
20-5639A I'd Do It For You
20-5639B You Crazy, Crazy Moon
20-5760A (Not Legible)
20-5760B Caffeine And Nicotine
20-5818A Baby, Baby Me
20-5818B I'd Like To Tell You


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MessageSujet: Re: Curtis GORDON   Mer 03 Sep 2008, 22:07



Chanteur US né le 27 juillet 1928 à Moultrie (Georgie). Curtis Gordon débuta à l'orée des fifties chez RCA Records avec d'étonnantes pièces Hillbilly Boogie, puis à partir de 1956 de splendides Rockabillies dans le courant de Memphis chez Mercury Records. Il fut un chanteur régulier au Dixie Barn Dance (WKAB, Mobile, Alabama) en 1953. Curtis est décédé le 2 mai 2004.
http://www.rockabillyhall.com/CurtisGordon.html
Talents : Singer, Guitar
Style musical : Rockabilly, Rock 'n' Roll, Honky Tonk, Traditional Country

DRAGGIN'
MOBILE, ALABAMA
PLAY THE MUSIC LOUDER
Années en activité :

191020304050607080902000
DISCOGRAPHIE
Singles

12/1952SP RCA VICTOR 47-5062 (US)You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet / Greatest Sin
1953SP RCA VICTOR 47-5182 (US)If You Tell Me One More Lie / What's A Little Pride
07/1953SP RCA VICTOR 47-5356 (US)Rompin' And Stompin' / Rocky Road Of Love
10/1953SP RCA VICTOR 47-5461 (US)I Just Don't Love You Anymore / Where'd You Get So Much Of
12/1953SP RCA VICTOR 47-5550 (US)Little Bo-Peep / Tell 'Em No
03/1954SP RCA VICTOR 47-5639 (US)I'd Do It For You / You Crazy, Crazy Moon
06/1954SP RCA VICTOR 47-5760 (US)Caffeine And Nicotine / Divided Heart
09/1954SP RCA VICTOR 47-5818 (US)Baby, Baby Me / I'd Like To Tell You
02/1955SP MERCURY 70538x45 (US)Curtis GORDON & His WESTERN BAND - Don't Trade / Chopsticks Mambo
08/1955SP MERCURY 70648x45 (US)Baby, Please Come Home / Blue Lifetime
10/1955SP MERCURY 70708x45 (US)Curtis GORDON & His WESTERN BAND - Our Secret Rendezvous / (You're A) Girl With A Future
02/1956SP MERCURY 70791x45 (US)Too Young To Know / Hello, Old Broken Heart
05/1956SP MERCURY 70861x45 (US)Draggin' / Mobile, Alabama
09/1956SP MERCURY 70933x45 (US)Play The Music Louder / Hey, Mr. Sorrow
01/1957SP MERCURY 71037x45 (US)So Tired Of Crying / I Know My Baby's Gone
04/1957SP MERCURY / STARDAY 71097x45 (US)Sittin' On Top / Out To Win Your Heart
05/1957SP MERCURY / STARDAY 71121x45 (US)Cry, Cry / Sixteen
09/1957SP MERCURY / STARDAY 71183x45 (US)I Wouldn't / Please Baby Please
03/1961SP DOLLIE 3267 (US)Oh Lonely Heart / Each Time You Go
05/1962SP DOLLIE 10050 (US)From Memphis To New Orleans / For The Last Time
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MessageSujet: Re: Curtis GORDON   Mer 03 Sep 2008, 22:08

Album

1985LP 12" BEAR FAMILY BFX 15181 (D)ROCK, ROLL, JUMP AND JIVE - Draggin' / Rock, Roll, Jump And Jive / I'm Sittin' On Top / Mobile, Alabama / Cry, Cry / Sixteen / Please Baby Please / I Wouldn't / Play The Music Louder / Baby, Please Come Home / So Tired Of Crying / Too Young To Know / Out To Win Your Heart / One Blue Moon, One Broken Heart / Don't Trade / Hey Mister Sorrow
05/1998CD BEAR FAMILY BCD 16253 (D)PLAY THE MUSIC LOUDER - Rompin' And Stompin' / Play The Music Louder / Caffeine And Nicotine / Draggin' / Baby, Please Come Home / You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet / Mobile, Alabama / So Tired Of Crying / Too Young To Know / I'm Sittin' On Top Of The World / I'd Do It For You / One Blue Moon, One Broken Heart / Rock, Roll, Jump And Jive / Out To Win Your Heart / Don't Trade / From Memphis To New Orleans / Tell 'Em No / Hey Mister Sorrow / Cry, Cry / Little Bo-Peep / I'd Like To Tell You / Sixteen / If You Tell Me One More Lie / Divided Heart / Baby Me / Please Baby Please / Rocky Road Of Love / I Just Don't Love You Anymore / I Wouldn't / Oh Lonely Heart / The Greatest Sin / What's A Little Pride / You Crazy, Crazy Moon / Where'd Ja Get So Much Of
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MessageSujet: Re: Curtis GORDON   Mer 03 Sep 2008, 22:10

Gordon, Curtis



Born 1928 in Moultrie, Ga. A regular on the Dixie Barn Dance (WKAB, Mobile, Ala.) in 1953. Stationed at Fort McPherson, Ga., in 1956. Died in 2004.

References:
Feature article and discography in issue 6 (1983) of Roll Street Journal.

Source: Jim Hilmar


Original Releases



Discography is intended to be complete through 1964
Date & Source Label & Number V Titles {& References to LP/CD List} As By Matrix Numbers
1952/Dec. 20
Bb c&w rev.
RCA Victor 47-5062 You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet {c,o,u}
The Greatest Sin {c}

1
E4VW-7674
E2VW-7671
1953/Mar. 7
Bb c&w rev.
RCA Victor 47-5182 What's A Little Pride {c}
If You Tell Me One More Lie {c}
1
1
E2VW-7672
E2VW-7673
1953/July 4
Bb c&w rev.
RCA Victor 47-5356 Rompin' And Stompin' {c,j,t,y, J,K}
Rocky Road Of Love {c,i}
1
1
E3VW-0643
E3VW-0641
1953/Oct. 10
Bb c&w rev.
RCA Victor 47-5461 I Just Don't Love You Anymore {c}
Where'd Ya Get So Much Of {c}


1953/Dec. 19
Bb c&w rev.
RCA Victor 47-5550 Tell 'Em No {c}
Little Bo-Peep {c}
1
1
E3VW-2262
E3VW-2264
1954/Mar. 20
Bb c&w rev.
RCA Victor 47-5639 I'd Do It For You {c, F}
You Crazy, Crazy Moon {c}


1954/June 12
Bb c&w rev.
RCA Victor 47-5760 Caffeine And Nicotine {c,d,f,u, G}
Divided Heart {c, G}
1
E4VW-3650
E4VW-3648
1954/Sept.
(Bb est.)
RCA Victor 47-5818 Baby, Baby Me {c, H}
I'd Like To Tell You {c}
1
1
E4-VW-3649
E4-VW-3647
1955/Feb. 5
Bb c&w rev.
Mercury 70538-X45 Don't Trade {a,c}
Chopsticks Mambo
2
2
YW7674
YW7675
1955/Aug. 13
Bb c&w rev.
Mercury 70648-X45 Baby, Please Come Home {a,c}
Blue Lifetime
1
YW7733
1955/Oct. 1
Bb c&w rev.
Mercury 70708x45 Our Secret Rendezvous
(You're A) Girl With A Future
2
2
YW7732
YW7720
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MessageSujet: Re: Curtis GORDON   Mer 03 Sep 2008, 22:11

1956/Feb.
(Bb est.)
Mercury 70791X45 Too Young To Know {a,c}
Hello, Old Broken Heart
1
1
YW7805
YW7803
1956/May 5
Bb c&w rev.
Mercury 70861X45 Draggin' {a,b,c,e,h,s,v,x,z, C,I,L,M}
Mobile, Alabama {a,b,c,l,r, A,J,K}
1
1
YW12691
YW12694
1956/Sept. 1
Bb c&w rev.
Mercury 70933X45 Play The Music Louder {a,c,n}
Hey, Mr. Sorrow {a,c}
1
1
YW12669
YW12667
1957/Jan. 26
Bb c&w rev.
Mercury 71037X45 So Tired Of Crying {a,c, E}
I Know My Baby's Gone
1
1
YW14696
YW14697
1957/Apr. 29
Bb c&w rev.
Mercury-Starday 71097x45 Sittin' On Top {a,b,c,e,k,q,x,z, D,I}
Out To Win Your Heart {a,c}
1
1
YW12693
YW14718
1957/May 27
Bb c&w rev.
Mercury-Starday 71121x45 Cry, Cry {a,c}
Sixteen {a,c}
1
1
YW14774
YW14775
1957/Sept. 9
Bb c&w rev.
Mercury-Starday 71183x45 I Wouldn't {a,c}
Please Baby Please {a,c}
1
1
YW14777
YW14776
1961/Mar. 20
Bb c&w rev.
Dollie 3267 Oh Lonely Heart {c,w}
Each Time You Go {w}

M8OW-3267
M8OW-3268
1962/May
BMI clear.
Dollie 10050 From Memphis To New Orleans {c,g,w}
For The Last Time {w}
1
1
ZTSB 83008
ZTSB 83007
Additional Tracks on Comps

Mercury unissued One Blue Moon, One Broken Heart {a,c}
Rock Roll Jump And Jive {a,c,m,p, B}



[need info] My Broken Heart Still Knows {w}
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MessageSujet: Re: Curtis GORDON   Mer 03 Sep 2008, 22:12

Collector-Oriented Compilation LPs and CDs Containing Tracks


a. Bear Family BFX 15181 (lp) Rock, Roll, Jump, And Jive / Curtis Gordon
b. Bear Family BCD 16101 (cd) That'll Flat Git It, Vol. 11 (Mercury)
c. Bear Family BCD 16253 (cd) Play The Music Louder / Curtis Gordon
d. Bear Family BCD 16864 (cd) Gonna Shake This Shack Tonight!
e. Big Tone BT 5704 (cd) Mercury Rockabillies [And] Louisiana Rock 'N' Roll
f. Blazon 2002 (cd) Sizzling Hillbilly, Vol. 2
g. Buffalo Bop Bb-CD 55177 (cd) Step Out
h. Chief CCD 1156501 (cd) Ultra Rare Rockabilly's, Vol. 1
i. Chief CCD 1156502 (cd) Ultra Rare Rockabilly's, Vol. 2
j. Chief CCD 1156504 (cd) Ultra Rare Rockabilly's, Vol. 4
k. Chief CCD 1156505 (cd) Ultra Rare Rockabilly's, Vol. 5
l. Chief CCD 1156507 (cd) Ultra Rare Rockabilly's, Vol. 7
m. Chief CCD 1156509 (cd) Ultra Rare Rockabilly's, Vol. 9
n. Chief CCD 1156510 (cd) Ultra Rare Rockabilly's, Vol. 10
o. Chief CCD 1156520 (cd) Ultra Rare Hillbilly Boogie, Vol. 1
p. Club 001 (lp) Grab This And Dance, Vol. 1
q. Club PR PRLP- 002 (lp) Pure Rockabilly, Vol. 2
r. Club PR PRLP- 003 (lp) Pure Rockabilly, Vol. 3
s. Club PR PRLP- 005 (lp) Pure Rockabilly, Vol. 5
t. Coast To Coast CCCD- 001 (cd) Coast To Coast Rockabilly: 30 Original American Recordings
u. Detour 33- 008 (lp) Hillbilly Houn' Dawgs & Honky Tonk Angels
v. Fed 04 (ep) untitled
w. Gee Dee Music GD 270110-2 (cd) Nashville Rockabilly And Country: From The Vaults Of Jed & Dollie Records
x. Lucky CDLR 803 (cd) Rockabilly Gold, Vol. 3
y. Lucky CDLR 808 (cd) Rockabilly Gold, Vol. 8
z. Mercury (England) 6463 084 (lp) Mercury Rockabillies
A. Mustang MUST 1 (cd) Rockabilly & Hillbilly Bop, Vol. 1: Scratchin' On My Screen
B. Mustang MUST 3 (cd) Rockabilly & Hillbilly Bop, Vol. 3: Let's Go Boppin' Tonight
C. Mustang MUST 5 (cd) Rockabilly & Hillbilly Bop, Vol. 5: Big Boy Rock
D. Mustang MUST 6 (cd) Rockabilly & Hillbilly Bop, Vol. 6
E. Official OFF-CD 5055 (cd) Mercury Hillbilly
F. Orbit 5906 (cd) Rock N Roll Dance Party Country Style, Vol. 6
G. Orbit 5908 (cd) Rock N Roll Dance Party Country Style, Vol. 8
H. Orbit 5910 (cd) Rock N Roll Dance Party Country Style, Vol. 10
I. Philips 6336 257 (lp) Mercury Rockabillies
J. Redita [1st series] 112 (lp) I Want A Rock & Roll Guitar
K. Redita [2nd series] 112 (lp) I Want A Rock & Roll Guitar
L. Rhino 73346 (cd) Rockin' Bones: '50s Punk & Rockabilly
M. Star-Club 506010 (cd) Rockin' Rollin' Wheelin'


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MessageSujet: Re: Curtis GORDON   Mer 03 Sep 2008, 22:20

Curtis GORDON (DRAGGIN' 1956)




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MessageSujet: Re: Curtis GORDON   Mer 03 Sep 2008, 22:22

Curtis GORDON & The RAGTIME WRANGLERS
LIVE en 1995 (ROMPIN' & STOMPIN')



DRAGGIN' Même SHOW le 13 MAI 1995 à HEMSBY
(ANGLETERRE)



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MessageSujet: Re: Curtis GORDON   Jeu 04 Sep 2008, 09:33

Bravo 2 Bravo 2 génial franck,j'adore le morceau DRAGGIN il me rappel plein de bon souvenir

780242 780242 bisou2

ps :il devais etre super se shows a hemsby
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MessageSujet: Re: Curtis GORDON   Jeu 04 Sep 2008, 09:47


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CURTIS GORDON

By Dave Travis - January 1995


Originating from Moultrie, Georgia, 'Mr. Personality' - Curtis Gordon, as he is known began his career on Radio Station WMGA, Moultrie with Pee Wee Mills and his Twilight Playboys in the late 1940's, before organizing his first Western Swing Band on January 1, 1949, which was to be heard regularly over Radio station WKTG, Thomasville as well as at numerous dances in the Tri-State area. June 8th, 1952 saw Curtis entering a Talent contest in Atlanta, which he won and ended up with an RCA Victor recording contract through Steve Sholes, the well known Victor A 'n' R manager. Between 1952 - 1954, Curtis released a number of excellent 45's on Victor, all of which sold solidly, whilst Curtis, himself, after a 13 week spell on the Dixie Barn Dance in Mobile, opened the biggest Night Club in Mobile, called 'Radio Ranch'. Curtis' rockin' Western Swing B and was there to provide the best music around & folks came from all parts of the South to experience that 'Gordon Sound'.






On November 15, 1954, Curtis left RCA Victor & signed with Mercury Records through A 'n' R director, Dee Kilpatrick, where he was to record more fine Country and Western Swing Music, as well as one wild Rockabilly session from around March 1956, where Curtis really cut loose with four absolute classics, 'Draggin', 'Mobile Alabama', 'Rock Roll Jump and Jive', 'I'm sittin' on top (of the World)'. Revered to this day, these four recordings represent the finest in Rockabilly Music.
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MessageSujet: Re: Curtis GORDON   Jeu 04 Sep 2008, 09:48

Curtis left Mercury in 1958 and dropped by the Cedarwood Music Office one day to visit Jim Denny, one of the undisputed founding fathers of the Nashville Music Business. Denny had started his own label - Dollie Records - to run in conjunction with his highly successful Music Publishing Company and was actively looking for product. In the Ex-RCA and Mercury artist, Jim Denny saw many possibilities and invited Curtis to record a session in the Cedarwood Studios. Five songs were recorded with alternate takes of 'For the Last Time' and 'My Broken Heart Still Knows'. 'From Memphis to New Orleans' has Curtis right back on Rocking form, while the other songs fall into the western Swing & Country category, all right up to the usual high standard of a Curtis Gordon recording.

Since then Curtis has managed to maintain his western Swing Band, bucking all trends & recording for the Duke of Country Label. After more than 45 years in Show Business, this tall and unfailingly friendly man has good reason to be proud of his achievements and Stomper Time Records is proud to have him on the label.





© Rockabilly Hall of Fame ®
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MessageSujet: Re: Curtis GORDON   Jeu 04 Sep 2008, 09:49

Curtis Gordon

"Play the Music Louder" already was a regular song on live shows from the Ranch Girls, when in may 1995 the Ragtime Wranglers were invited to back up Curtis Gordon. He appeared for the first time in Europe at the celebrated Hemsby festival in the U.K. This show was so successful, that Curtis Gordon and the Ragtime Wranglers did a German tour at the end of that same year.

From left to right: Kaar (steel-guitar); Sietse (drums); Curtis Gordon; Errol (bass) and Joe (guitar) at the Waverly Hotel, Great Yarmouth U.K.
About Curtis Gordon:


Unlike other artists in the fifties Curtis Gordon started working directly for a major label: RCA-records in 1952. A year later he recorded "Rompin' and Stompin' ", an outstanding uptempo hillbilly-boogie.
The picture left shows Curtis Gordon with the Circle 'A' Wranglers in 1956.


At the end of 1954 he signed with Mercury, where he recorded some great rock-a-billy songs like: "Draggin' " and "Mobile, Alabama". He played with the best musicians around: guitar-pickers Chet Atkins, Hank Garland, and Eddie Hill and steel-guitar-players Noel Boggs, Al Murray, Bud Isaacs, Jerry Byrd and the young Buddy Emmons.
After his last session for Mercury in 1958 Curtis Gordon worked with smaller companies and kept on writing songs. Among others his songs were recorded by Fats Domino and George Jones.
There are two albums by Curtis Gordon available on Bear Family records which contain his RCA and his best Mercury recordings. Also available is an e.p. on Stomper Time on which are 5 songs he made for Dollie records in the end of the fifties.


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MessageSujet: Re: Curtis GORDON   Sam 13 Sep 2008, 00:17

Curtis Gordon - Mobile, Alabama




MOBILE, ALABAMA
(Curtis Gordon)

You take an M-O-B-I-L-E
That's the place that means the world to me
If you tend a vacation
You should choose
Mobile Alabama, you'll loose your blues
The sights down there, you'd wanna see
Including the brand new Dolphin Islandees
Mobile, Mobile Alabama
Mobile, Mobile Alabama
Mobile, Mobile Alabama
The place that means the world to me

Well, the folks down there
Are really fine
So take your fans and come on down
Tell your friends and we will meet
Down in Mobile on Dauphin street
Mobile, Mobile Alabama
Mobile, Mobile Alabama
Mobile, Mobile Alabama
The place that means the world to me

Azalea Trail and a mardi gras too
Just anything you want to do
And there's a place you'd wanna see
It's Bellingrath gardens, yes siree
Mobile, Mobile Alabama
Mobile, Mobile Alabama
Mobile, Mobile Alabama
The place that means the world to me
Mobile, Mobile Alabama
Mobile, Mobile Alabama
Mobile, Mobile Alabama
The place that means the world to me
Mobile...
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MessageSujet: Re: Curtis GORDON   Mer 18 Fév 2009, 00:48

YOU AIN'T SEEN NOTHIN' YET Superbe
HILLBILLY 1952



ROCKY ROAD OF LOVE Dans le style HILLBILLY
BOOGIE 1953



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MessageSujet: Re: Curtis GORDON   Mer 18 Fév 2009, 00:53

ROMPIN' AND STOMPIN' the Great
HILLBILLY 1953



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MessageSujet: Re: Curtis GORDON   Mer 18 Fév 2009, 00:58

SITTIN' ON TOP OF THE WORLD Tout
comme DRAGGIN' , MOBILE ALABAMA
fait partis des plus Grand ROCKABILLY
enregistrés



de Même que ROCK AND ROLL JUMP AND JIVE



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MessageSujet: Re: Curtis GORDON   Jeu 26 Mar 2009, 13:19

MOBILE ALABAMA Enregistré en MARS 1956
à NASHVILLE (TENNESSEE) Produit par Owen
BRADLEY Musiciens Curtis GORDON (VOCAL &
RHYTHM GUITAR)-Dusty STEWART (LEAD GUITAR)-
éddie HILL (RHYTHM GUITAR)-Stick GILLESPIE
(BASS) et Tommy GUTRER (DRUMS)

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