Bobby Peterson, Piano Rock/One Day

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Piano Rock by Bobby Peterson was recorded in 1961 and issued on Sue WI 346. The band are Bobby Peterson, David Butler, Chico Green and Jamo Thomas. The recordings for V Tone Records were made between 1959 and 1962. The Quintet then disbanded.

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The Bobby Peterson Quintet | Public domain | bobbypeterson.jpg

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Bobby Peterson, Rockin’ Charlie Pts 1 and 2

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Sorry. Video of Rockin’ Charlie Part 1 is not currently available.

The two part instrumental Rockin’ Charlie by Bobby Peterson dates from around 1960 and was issued as Sue WI 342. Rockabilly.nl advises us that the quintet comprises of Joe Pyatt, David Butler, Chico Green and Jamo Thomas who recorded six singles for Buddy Caldwell’s V-Tone label between 1959 and 1961, before disbanding in 1962.

Does anybody know if this is the same Jamo Thomas who recorded “I spy for the FBI” please.

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Collection of Dave Hewitt | dhpetersone

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Collection of Dave Hewitt | dhpeterstwo

Updated 2 August 2016

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Big Al Downing, Yes I’m loving you/Please come home

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Al Downing was born on January 9, 1940 and died on July 4, 2005. Downing began his career doing piano and vocals in Bobby Poe and The Poe Kats, who were an early backing band for country entertainer Wanda Jackson. Bobby Poe is famous as the producer of Sh’Mon by Mr Dynamite, also released on UK Sue. Mr Downing also became a famed record producer in his own right, and is mainly known for his country music records, which were his most successful recordings.

Yes I’m loving you, recorded in 1960, was released as Sue WI 341. Chart position data not available.

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