Dr. Dewayne Phillips, MD is a psychiatry specialist in San Marcos, TX and has been practicing for 56 years. He graduated from University Of Texas Medical Branch-Galveston in 1957 and specializes in psychiatry.
Phillips remembered being much more impressed with Orbison's mastery of the guitar than with his voice Orbison was introduced to Elvis Presley's social circle, once going to pick up a date for Presley in his purple Cadillac. with the rhythm section soft in the background . He left MGM Records in 1973 and signed a one-album deal with Mercury Records. Author Peter Lehman would later observe that his absence was a part of the mystery of his persona: "Since it was never clear where he had come from, no one seemed to pay much mind to where he had gone; he was just gone.
Greensleeves Rhythm Album 87: Airwaves. Greensleeves Rhythm Album Airwaves is an album in Greensleeves Records' rhythm album series. It was released in February 2008 on CD and LP, and is the first album in the series after the one-year hiatus in 2007. Product of the Ghetto" - Beenie Man. "Di Sound" - Aidonia.
Sid Phillips, Swing Rhythm Boys, The Rhythm Rascals. Tracks count: 23. Views: 5. Sid Phillips, The Rhythm Rascals, Swing Rhythm Boys - My Sweetie Went Away 02:56. Sid Phillips, The Rhythm Rascals, Swing Rhythm Boys - My Sweetie Went Away 02:46. Sid Phillips, The Rhythm Rascals, Swing Rhythm Boys - Tiger Rag 02:49.
The first of what's promised to be many trips into Huey P. Meaux's deep vaults, Ace's 2013 compilation South Texas Rhythm 'N' Soul Revue is an unfettered delight, collecting 24 sides released on the Jet Stream, Tear Drop, Eric, Cascade, Pacemaker, Boogaloo, and Trinity imprints between 1962 and 1973, adding three previously unissued numbers for good measure.
Blues & Rhythm covers the full blues and R&B spectrum from pre and post war blues, rhythm and blues, doo-wop vocal groups, vintage soul and gospel and the contemporary blues scene. THE BLUES COME TO TEXAS: Special feature by Ray Templeton on the newly published book from an unpublished manuscript by Paul Oliver and Mack McCormick. MYTHS & FALSEHOODS: D. Thomas Moon interviews musicologist Kip Lornell on blues history. STAX/VOLT UK TOUR 1967: Great photo-spread of original photographs by Neil Carter.
|A1||Under Your Spell Again||2:40|
|A2||When Two Worlds Collide||2:30|
|A3||She Came Here For The Change||2:59|
|A4||I Don't Want To Know Your Name||4:07|
|A5||If You Don't Want Me To||4:20|
|B1||Clap Your Hands||2:34|
|B2||Things Have Gone To Pieces||3:33|
|B3||Is It Wrong||2:33|
|B4||What's New With You||3:18|
|B5||Window Up Above||2:12|