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Swamp Swing (Vocal) - Yankee Dollar & Fat Cat - Tell Me / Swamp Swing (Vinyl)

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  1. Birth of a DJ Fat Cat began his long musical career in at the age of 16 when he decided to buy his first Technics turntables, a mixer, and lots of vinyl; his first gigs as a professional DJ soon followed. In no time he made a name for himself in the local club scene and managed to become an.
  2. Artist Release Name smartaronacarsetzvascrededfisemfi.xyzinfo Label Format Year Country; The Yankee Dollar: The Yankee Dollar: DLP Dot Records: LP, Album, Stereo, US: The Yankee Dollar.
  3. This is the third volume in the By The Bayou series to feature swamp pop - a term that did not exist when the tracks on the CD were recorded. Ville Platte, the home of Floyd Soileau's stable of labels, now proudly calls itself the Swamp Pop Capital Of The World/5(9).
  4. Explore releases from Mark "Boogie" Brown at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Mark "Boogie" Brown at the Discogs Marketplace.
  5. Dec 30,  · Wit Nice - I (Got To Have You Back) - Hot Pants (Vinyl Track )\ Wood St Players - Jacktown Players ( Jackson,MS)\ Yankee Dollar & Fat Cat - Tell Me bw Swamp Swing (Vinyl,12 x)\ Big Willie Smith and Da Beat Terrorists - Big Willie Smith EP (Vinyl, 12 Limited )\ Corner 2 Corner - Anyday (Vinyl,12 x)\.
  6. Nov 19,  · Uncle Jamm's Army & California Cat Crew - The The Roach Is On The Wall (Vinyl,12 )\ Yankee Dollar & Fat Cat - Tell Me bw Swamp Swing (Vinyl,12 x)\ Lockdown - Kickin' It From The Cell ( Ypsilanti MI)\ NelsoneL - The Chamber ( Kansas City,MO) incomplete\ O.C.F. - Will I Make It In The Game ( Jackson,MI)\.
  7. Swamp Pop is a brand of rock & roll that emerged from Louisiana. It was a hybrid of rock & roll, pop, and Louisiana blues and R&B. It had a dirty, gritty, funky feel that .
  8. Nov 04,  · FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS. What type of music is Swamp Thing? We wanted to capture the sound of blues and rock music at its peak — A retro-blend of Rock, Americana, and New Orleans Blues/Funk with fat vocals, swampy grooves, and a honkin’ horn section. It sounds like a live 8-piece band shaking the walls of a dingy club sometime in the late ’s.

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