Black Daddies of Rock'n Roll. Original Sound Deluxe. Dave Bartholomew (David Louis Bartholomew, Edgard, Louisiana, . December 24, 1918 - June 23, 2019) was an American musician, band leader, composer and arranger, prominent in the music of New Orleans throughout the second half of the 20th century. Bartholomew has been active in many musical genres, including rhythm and blues, big band, swing music, rock and roll, New Orleans jazz and Dixieland. Although many musicians have recorded Bartholomew's songs, his partnership with Fats Domino produced some of his greatest successes.
Mosquito is the fourth studio album by American indie rock band Yeah Yeah Yeahs. It was released on April 12, 2013, by Interscope Records. The lead single "Sacrilege" was released on February 26, 2013. Despair" was released as the second single on July 19, 2013. The full album was posted on Noisey's YouTube page featuring a track-by-track interview with the band on April 2, 2013.
without disturbing the purely automatic and regulatory systems. And we'd have to work out the transfer procedures of continuing the mission under ground-based computer control. Well that's far safer than allowing HAL to continue running things Well, as far as I know, no 9000 computer has ever been disconnected. Dave: I don't know what you're talking about, HAL. HAL: I know that you and Frank were planning to disconnect me. And I'm afraid that's something I cannot allow to happen.
Born David Louis Bartholomew on Christmas Eve, 1918, Bartholomew was a musician, bandleader, composer, arranger, record producer, WWII veteran, collaborator with Fats Domino, an inductee in the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame, the Songwriter's Hall of Fame, the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame. oh yeah, kinda invented Rock n Roll. I was honored to attend the funeral today and offer my respect and gratitude to Dave Bartholomew.
Yeah Yeah Yeahs is an American indie rock band formed in New York City in 2000. The group is composed of vocalist and pianist Karen O, guitarist and keyboardist Nick Zinner, and drummer Brian Chase. It is complemented in live performances by second guitarist David Pajo, who joined as a touring member in 2009 and replaced Imaad Wasif who had previously held this role.
Fever to Tell is the debut studio album by American indie rock band Yeah Yeah Yeahs. It was released on April 29, 2003, by Interscope Records. It was produced by Dave Sitek and mixed by Alan Moulder. Four singles were issued, the first being "Date with the Night". Fever to Tell was both a critical and commercial success; it has sold one million copies worldwide.
Dave Bartholomew proved himself to be a man of many talents: bandleader, trumpet player, songwriter, producer, arranger, talent scout, businessman and more. He was also a recording artist, scoring one national R&B hit ( Country Boy, which went to Number Fourteen) in 1950. However, it was in his non-performing roles that Bartholomew had the greatest impact on popular music. While Bartholomew’s work with Domino dominates his resume, that charmed association is only part of the story. The list of acts that Bartholomew worked with over the decades is a who’s-who of New Orleans rhythm & blues, including Smiley Lewis, Lloyd Price, Shirley & Lee, Earl King, Roy Brown, Huey "Piano" Smith, Chris Kenner, Robert Parker, Frankie Ford, James Booker, Jewel King, Bobby Mitchell, James "Sugar Boy" Crawford, Pee Wee Crayton and Tommy Ridgley.
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