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Friday, April 19, 2013

ST. GEORGE & TANA - BIG DADDY'S BLUES

Today's entry is a really nice adaptation of "Daddy Rolling Stone" performed in a way that suggests an appealing soul-folk-rock hybrid that (unfortunately) this duo didn't explore further.

"St George" is journeyman guitarist John Campo(longo) and little is known about the lovely and sweet voiced Tana. Allegedly this record was cut in Nashville, but I don't recall hearing of any other Huey Meaux sessions recorded outside of Texas/ Louisiana.

from 1967...

ST. GEORGE & TANA - BIG DADDY'S BLUES

3 comments:

themusicalcrew said...

Hi! Cool tune! Can you post "Everyday" by ST. GEORGE & TANA ????

themusicalcrew said...

I hope you can post the song "Everyday" by St George! Regards

John said...

Yes we recorded 16 sides at Columbia studio A with the same musicians as Blonde on Blonde and Parsley Sage Rosemary and Thyme that same week. Kapp wanted Sonny and Cher and we wanted to be Richard and Mini. Huey was a nice guy but we could have done it in a more contemporary style but they were looking for a hit record. I wrote all the material and it was top notch no "la de la de dee crap"