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Barry Shankman
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memphis musician and Studio owner during the 60's-70's FILM & BROADCAST PROFESSIONAL http://visible.me/barry_shankman_1666384 http://www.linkedin.com/in/barryshankman http://www.mysapce.com/blsfilm
memphis musician and Studio owner during the 60's-70's FILM & BROADCAST PROFESSIONAL http://visible.me/barry_shankman_1666384 http://www.linkedin.com/in/barryshankman http://www.mysapce.com/blsfilm

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American Heritage Music Preservation, Voice of Memphis Music, Barry Shankman American Heritage Studio, bringing you Soulful Sunday once again and we are going to a pair of great vocalist and a song that crossed all social racial lines it even ran 4:08.. the BOY's singing ? The Righteous Brothers.. and the song “You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'”...The Righteous Brothers were the musical duo of Bill Medley and Bobby Hatfield. They recorded from 1963 through 1975 and continued to perform until Hatfield's death in 2003. Their emotive vocal stylings were sometimes dubbed "blue-eyed soul"Their first major hit single was "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'", their first release on the Philles label in 1965. Produced by Phil Spector, the record is often cited as one of the peak expressions of Spector's Wall of Sound production techniques. It was one of the most successful pop singles of its time, despite exceeding the then standard length for radio play. Indeed, according to BMI, "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'" remains the most played song in radio history, estimated to have been broadcast more than eight million times. Spector used Cher (of Sonny & Cher fame) as a backing singer on this recordings American Heritage Music Preservation, Voice of Memphis Music, American Heritage Studios, br toad, blsfilm LLC, )O( Barry Shankman..
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Blues Friday once again we are trecking into territory that we only see the Major aspects but seldom do we find those smaller gems that these artists created... Mr John Lee Hooker is well known and all of the ROCK greats have turned to his slide and guitar playing as an influence into developing their style.. I found a little over one hours worth of the rarest John Lee Hookers songs and visual material and that is what we are cooking up at our Blues Friday Juke session.. you should put on a set of headphones and listen to all of these to understand and appreciate the influence that John Lee had on our Rock & Roll Guitarist ranging from Scotty Moore to Keith Richards there is over an hour of material before you enjoy.. .
)O( b Voice of Memphis Music.. Cotton Row Music Records..Tall Cotton Productions , Voice of Texas Music.. BR Toad Barry Shankman Tall Cotton Blues Choir
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You bought you a 6 string Gibson, A great big Amp but you is chained to your head phones,, YOU JUST A WHITE BOY LOST N De BLUES.. )o( b

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American Heritage Music Preservation, American Heritage Studio's have Blues coming our way once again This time PINETOP PERKINS and “ How Long Blues?”Curiosities of the Blues "the caresses of the flames of hell"
Voice of Memphis Music & Cotton Row Music & Records also Juan Albo & Barry Shankman
Pinetop Perkins began his career playing guitar and piano.I want to thank Juan Albo for the bio and info that precedes this great tune by Pinetop..Voice of Memphis Music & Cotton Row Music & Records also Juan Albo & Barry Shankman
Curiosities of the Blues "the caresses of the flames of hell"
Pinetop Perkins began his career playing guitar and piano.
But in the mid-40's, an incident with a showgirl in Helena Arkansas, attacked him with a knife, resulting in injuries to the tendons in his left hand, so he had to stop playing the guitar and follow only Piano.
Perkins was driving his automobile in 2004 in La Porte, Indiana, when he was hit by a train. The car was destroyed, but at 91 years old, was not injured seriously.
At age 97, he won a Grammy Award for Best Traditional Blues Album, Perkins became the winner older to win a Grammy, a month later, Perkins died on March 21, 2011 at his home in Austin.
American Heritage Music Preservation, American Heritage Studio's.Voice of Memphis Music & Cotton Row Music & Records also Juan Albo & Barry Shankman

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I met RY through Jim Dickinson​ long long long ago.. he has always been a huge influence on my understanding of Music.*)o(*b. here is a premium sample of his Soul...
https://youtu.be/ftRMqJaAFyI

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I met RY through Jim Dickinson​ long long long ago.. he has always been a huge influence on my understanding of Music.*)o(*b. here is a premium sample of his Soul...
https://youtu.be/ftRMqJaAFyI

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American Heritage Music Preservation, Barry Shankman *)o(*b, bringing you Blind Willie McTell doing BLUES FRIDAY "Lonesome Day" Blind Willie McTell (born William Samuel McTier; May 5, 1898 – August 19, 1959) was a Piedmont blues and ragtime singer and guitarist. He played with a fluid, syncopated fingerstyle guitar technique, common among many exponents of Piedmont blues. Unlike his contemporaries, he came to use twelve-string guitars exclusively. McTell was also an adept slide guitarist, unusual among ragtime bluesmen. His vocal style, a smooth and often laid-back tenor, differed greatly from many of the harsher voices of Delta bluesmen such as Charley Patton. McTell performed in various musical styles, including blues, ragtime, religious music and hokum...SO sit back and enjoy *)o(*b
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American Heritage Music Preservation, Barry Shankman *)o(*b, bringing you Blind Willie McTell doing BLUES FRIDAY "Lonesome Day" Blind Willie McTell (born William Samuel McTier; May 5, 1898 – August 19, 1959) was a Piedmont blues and ragtime singer and guitarist. He played with a fluid, syncopated fingerstyle guitar technique, common among many exponents of Piedmont blues. Unlike his contemporaries, he came to use twelve-string guitars exclusively. McTell was also an adept slide guitarist, unusual among ragtime bluesmen. His vocal style, a smooth and often laid-back tenor, differed greatly from many of the harsher voices of Delta bluesmen such as Charley Patton. McTell performed in various musical styles, including blues, ragtime, religious music and hokum...SO sit back and enjoy *)o(*b
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American Heritage Music Preservation, Barry Shankman )o(*b, bringing you Roy Rogers. Blues Guitarist Some mighty fine picken Roy played & produced John Lee Hooker back in the 80's SIT BACK & give a listen.. MY TEE FINE)o(*
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Delta Blues from the American Heritage Music Preservation , Film, Radio, Records, Interviews , Broadcasting TV...Barry Shankman
Delta Blues -- 2 hours of Blues, 51 great tracks, the greatest stars of the Delta: Robert Johnson, Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker, Bo Carter, Son House, Elmore James, Robert Lockwood, Charley Patton, Mississippi John Hurt, Uncle John Scruggs from the best known to the best never heard of artist.. SO it is around 8:15am on the mountain I have a fresh cup of Cuban coffee .. this is some fine representation of American Heritage Music an is well worth sitting back with a cup of your finest and nothing on your mind but some fine blues artist putting their craft to work SO from myself , Betty , Precious & Shadow we are bringing you a couple of hours of the Delta
also welcome to our 501-c-3 Not for profit American Heritage Music Preservation
https://youtu.be/8TgIeaGzeLQ?list=PLC361C17F845A8150
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