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Joe Medwick - I'm An After Hour Man (The Crazy Cajun Recordings) Album
Joe Medwick - I'm An After Hour Man (The Crazy Cajun Recordings) Album
Performer: Joe Medwick
Title: I'm An After Hour Man (The Crazy Cajun Recordings)
Label: Edsel Records
Country: UK
Released: 2000
Style: Rhythm & Blues
Cat: EDCD 632
Rating: 4.1/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1408 mb | MP3 size: 2013 mb | WMA size: 2018 mb
Genre: Blues

1After Hour Man
2Out Of Sight
3Baby Use Your Head
5When A Boy Becomes A Man
7Wedding Bells
8As Long As There Is Life
9Another Good Thing Like Me
10Hip Shakin' Mama
12Why Did You Let Me
13Somebody Tell Me Where
14I Came A Long Ways
15Your Sweet Love
16Brought Down
17Fat Man
18Get Soulful
19Don't Have To Be Rich


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  • Copyright (c) – Crimson Productions Ltd.


Joe Medwick Medwick N. Veasey, Houston, Texas, June 21, 1931 April 12, 1992 was an American rhythm & blues and soul songwriter and vocalist. Joe Medwick was the son of Rayfield Veasey and Renatta Watson. Though mainly noted as a lyricist whose songs were often covered by other singers, Veasey, best-known both personally and professionally as Joe Medwick, also recorded and released material under pseudonyms on various labels from 1958 through 1988. A lifelong Houstonian, Veasey grew up in Third Ward and attended Yates High School. As a youth he reportedly adopted the nickn read more. Покупка Joe Medwick - I'm An After Hour Man The Crazy Cajun Recordings - Edsel Records - CD, Album, Comp - EDCD 632, включает Brought Down, Your Sweet Love, Why Did You Let Me, After Hour Man, When A Boy Becomes A Man, I Came A Long Ways, Get Soulful, Barefootin', Baby Use Your Head, Somebody Tell Me Where, Don't Have To Be Rich, Hip Shakin' Mama, Out Of Sight, Wedding Bells, Secretly. Please be patient during this weeks, as it may happen that we experience delays in processingshipping orders. Thanks for your understanding. As we sell on multiple platforms, in rare occasions an item may be listed on. Joe Medwick. I'm an After Hour Man. Preview Preview. Follow Joe Medwick and others on SoundCloud. Joe Medwick's big card was his songwriting he had penned several hits for Bobby Blue Bland before he landed on Huey Meaux's doorstep to record these sides for the Crazy Cajun label. His singing was every bit as strong as his songwriting, but his work was released under a bevy of aliases resulting in no marketable identity. But the tracks collected here are some of the finest unheard Southern soul you'll ever come across. Here is an artist who finally deserves his propers with this excellent collection. A hidden treasure. I Feel Good. Joseph Michael Medwick November 24, 1911 March 21, 1975, nicknamed Ducky, was an American Major League Baseball player. A left fielder with the St. Louis Cardinals during the Gashouse Gang era of the 1930s, he also played with the Brooklyn Dodgers 19401943, 1946, New York Giants 19431945, and Boston Braves 1945. Medwick is the last National League player to win the Batting Triple Crown Award 1937. Album 2011 30 Songs. Blues , 2011. There is a CD Joe Medwick-Im an After Hour Man The Crazy Cajun recordings put out by Edsel that includes a number of tracks from the HBR album. The detailed liner notes do a good job of telling Medwicks story. I hope this information was helpful. Keep on with the keepin on. Joe Medwick June 21, 1931 April 12, 1992, probably born Medwick N. Veasey though some sources suggest Joe Medwick Masters or Joe Medwick Veasey, was an African-American rhythm and blues singer and songwriter. He sold all rights over many of his songs cheaply to record label owner Don Robey. From the vaults of Crazy Cajun and available for the first time on CD. Track Listings. Why Did You Let Me. After Hour Man. When A Boy Becomes A Man. I Came A Long Ways. Get Soulful