Rosco Gordon ‎– Keep On Doggin'

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Mr R&B Records ‎– R&B 103
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A1 Booted
Drums – John Murry Daley*Tenor Saxophone – Willie WilkesWritten-By – Courtney Harris (2)
A2 Love You 'Til The Day I Die
Drums – John Murry Daley*Tenor Saxophone – Willie WilkesVocals – Bobby BlandWritten-By – Rosco Gordon
A3 Rosco's Boogie
Written-By – Rosco Gordon
A4 Cold Cold Winter
Written-By – Rosco Gordon
A5 What You Got On Your Mind
Baritone Saxophone – Richard Sanders (2)Written-By – Rosco Gordon
A6 Tomorrow May Be To Late
Written-By – Taub*
A7 Hey Fat Girl
Baritone Saxophone – Richard Sanders (2)Drums – John Murry Daley*Written-By – Rosco Gordon
A8 Wise To You Baby
Baritone Saxophone – Richard Sanders (2)Drums – John Murry Daley*Written-By – James*
B1 T-Model Boogie
Drums – John Murry Daley*Tenor Saxophone – Willie WilkesWritten-By – Rosco Gordon
B2 Three Cent Love
Baritone Saxophone – Richard Sanders (2)Guitar – Pat HareWritten-By – Rosco Gordon
B3 Too Many Women
Written-By – James*
B4 Keep On Doggin'
Written-By – Rosco Gordon
B5 Bad Dream
Written-By – Don Robey
B6 The Dilly Bop
Written-By – Deadric Malone
B7 A Girl To Love
Written-By – Rosco Gordon
B8 Little Bit Of Magic
Written-By – Rosco Gordon

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Session details based upon interviews with Roscoe Gordon (H. Davis) & information in the Sun Session Files (C. Escott, M. Hawkins):
[A1, A2, A4, A7, B1]: Memphis, 1951
[A3]: Memphis, February, 1951
[A5]: Memphis, 1952
[A8, B3]: Memphis, 21 July, 1952
[A6]: Memphis, 1953
[B2]: Houston, 1953
[B4, B5]: Houston, 1956
[B6]: Houston, 1960
[B7]: New York, 1962
[B8]: New York, 1969
Please note that there are many musicians listed on cover as probable. These are not credited here, with only the definite musicians given.

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