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Bobby Rush
"What's Good For The Goose Is Good For The Gander"
Lajam Records  LJ0004
 
Vinyl, LP
US 1985
 
Tracklist
A1 What's Good For The Goose Is Good For The Gander 4:09
A2 Call On Me 3:58
A3 Bull Manure 3:48
A4 Shakey Ground 3:28
B1 Hurry Home 3:40
B2 Dr. Funk 3:38
B3 Let's Get It On 3:39
B4 Poor Tang 3:38
 
Vinyl: EX (extremely nice)
Jacket: VG+ (still in nice condition)
 
post in thread or email: vinyldisc@gmail.com
 
offers welcome for a nice condition bobby rush lp.

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Born as Emmit Ellis, Jr. on Novermber 10 n1940 in Homer, Louisiana, Bobby Rush has become a blues legend with a signature sound he calls "Folk Funk". While initially a Chicago blues singer he eventually broke through with his funkified, soul/blues with risqué subject matter. In 1971 he scored a #34 R & B hit with "Chicken Heads" and soon followed that up with regional hits on Jewel Records like "It's Alright", "Bow-Legged Woman, Knock Kneed Man" & "She's A Good'un". Bobby began crafting a unique style that incorporated blues, funk and folk. From Jewel, he went to Warner Brothers then to Philadelphia International Records. By 1982, Rush had signed with LaJam Records out of Jackson, Mississippi, where he released five albums, one of which was the phenomenally successful hit Sue, and became a major attraction in the South. In 1995 Bobby found a home at Malaco's Waldoxy label.
 
 
Personnel: Debra Carter Hall, Bertram Brown, William Brown (background vocals).
Recording information: Ardent Recording Studios.
Arranger: Bobby Rush
 
Sorry I don't have the equipment for making digital sound files but here is a generic listen.
 
I really like shakey ground, bull manure, poor tang...
 
but i'm a blues guitarist, so... perhaps i have a bias.
 
:^)
 
i've been crate digging since the 70s
i've seen this record maybe four or five times in my life. not kidding.
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