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Jimmie Gordon Rock That Boogie / It Ain’t like that no More

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Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records   S3productions started 5-2-17

Jimmie Gordon Rock That Boogie / It Ain’t like that no More

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Jimmie Gordon and the Bip Bop Band

Queen Records

A: Rock That Boogie

Composer: Jimmie Gordon

4150 (5142)

Vocal with orchestra

You Tube https://youtu.be/m8Ip-QHmMhw

B: It ain’t like that no More

Composer: Jimmie Gordon

Vocal with orchestra

4150 (5145)

You tube  https://youtu.be/Vr9c60iLWds

Jimmie Gordon (1906 – c. 1946) was an American Chicago blues pianist, singer, and songwriter.  In the course of his career he accompanied Memphis Minnie, Bumble Bee Slim, and Big Bill Broonzy, amongst others. He had a hit with "I'd Rather Drink Muddy Water" (1936) and was active on the Chicago blues scene for a number of years leading up to World War II. 

Four jump blues titles of his were released on the King and Queen labels in 1946. On these his backing was billed as the Bip Bop Band, a nod to the changing fashions in music at that time. Gordon also recorded some dirty blues, with his songs "Hard Lead Pencil" and "How You Want It Done". They were both later reissued on the compilation album Let Me Squeeze Your Lemon. All of Gordon's known work has been compiled on a series of albums released by Document Records.

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