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- Subject: [Harp-L] rockabilly
- From: Mick Zaklan <mzaklan@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 15 Oct 2015 06:38:30 -0500
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Consulted my buddy Steve Cook, who's been collecting rockabilly records
for nearly half a century. Steve says, "Wayne Raney, Onie Wheeler, Lonnie
Glosson....all did or played on hillbilly boogie/early rockabilly style
records...kind of a combination fox chase and blue note playing."
I know Joe Filisko is a huge Lonnie Glosson fan. Lonnie played a
festival down the street from the long-ago Memphis SPAH convention. Quite
a character, wish I had a picture of the van he was travelling in. Wild
piece of self-advertising.
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