Nights at the Roundtable featuring the legendary Swan Silvertones with "How I Got Over", recorded for Vee-Jay Records in 1956.
Nights at the Roundtable with Eddie Taylor and one of his 1957 singles for Vee-Jay Records, "Gonna Love You". Make a donation to Newstalgia - any amount is a huge amount.
Nights at the Roundtable featuring Memphis Slim and a track from his 1959 Vee-Jay album "Memphis Slim At The Gate Of Horn" with Wish Me Well.
Nights At The Roundtable - John Lee Hooker and his classic Vee-Jay single Boom Boom from 1961
(Willie Cobbs - Still sayin' it.) [media id=17090] A taste of Chicago Blues tonight. Willie Cobbs, who is still around, still playing and still re
(Fred Hughes - as real as it gets) I don't know what became of Fred Hughes. He had a major hit on the R&B charts with this track, Oo Wee Baby, I Lo
(Little Richard, with Jimi Hendrix in the foreground - yes, but it was brief) By the time Little Richard made his way over to Vee-Jay Records (afte
(The Dells - Doo-Wop, R&B, Soul and opening for Dinah Washington) With the recent passing of John E. Carter (August 21), whose wonderful tenor made