Joe Tex - Hard Rock / Attack On America album download
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- Recorded At – Stingray Studio
- Mixed By – Carl Mcleod*
- Mixed By, Arranged By [Music] – Mac Deluke
- Producer, Arranged By [Music], Written-By – Ian Joseph
Joseph Arrington Jr. (August 8, 1933 – August 13, 1982), better known as Joe Tex, was an American singer and musician who gained success in the 1960s and 1970s with his brand of Southern soul, which mixed the styles of funk, country, gospel, and rhythm and blues. His career started after he was signed to King Records in 1955 following four wins at the Apollo Theater
Hard Attack by Dust is an improvement over the acceptable performance of the self-titled debut from the year before. It's an all-out assault from the trio and pretty interesting, though the album as a whole works better when Thog's Fred Singer adds piano and organ. Unlike the commercial happy style of Stories, this album is obsessed with death - perhaps a marketing tool to the hard rock audience with that theme running through the disc. It's no secret why Stories lead singer Ian Lloyd ended up on Scotti Brothers Records in 1979 and 1980: Producer Wise, the lead singer of Dust, was A&R man at that label.
JOE TEX - Rock and Roll Cowboy: The Ace Years. JOE TEX on KING: 1955 - 1957. Do you like the Chipmunks? Battle Of The Blues. It probably didn't help that James hands Joe his Tex ass, performance wise.
Joe Tex new songs, albums, biography, chart history, photos, videos, news, and more on Billboard, the go-to source for what's hot in music. Joe Tex. Hot 100. Popular. Billboard 200. R&B/Hip-Hop. Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs. Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. Ranked by performance on chart.
I Gotcha, The Best of Joe Tex, Volume One. Play album. 33 tracks · 4 March 2012. Soul Masters: Hold What You've Got. 16 tracks · 15 December 2005. 24 tracks · 29 January 2017. By the Time I Get to Phoenix.
Artist: Joe Tex. Album: The Very Best, Vol. 2, 2006. With everyone and his brothers and sisters rushing out a disco tune at the time, it's no wonder most of it was crap. However, there were some truly priceless moments created by veteran recording artists who were in slump, went disco for a song or two and then promptly returned to the shadows. He started off life as Joseph Arrington, Jr on August 8, 1935 in Rogers, Texas . Even a band a disparate as Phish covered "You Better Believe It Baby" in their concert repertoire. Joe passed on from a heart attack on August 13, 1982, five days after his 49th birthday.