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- Bassist - (He did, "Rock & Roll" and "Find Em, Fool Em And Forget Em") - Led Doles Dickens And The Strangers - Worked with Buster Smith, The Eddie South Orchestra, Piano Red, Eddie Durham, The Five Red Caps (They did, "Boogie Woogie On A Saturday Night" and "Lenox Avenue Jump") and Bill Haley And His Comets ("So Right Tonight").- Died 5-3-1972 in Swansea, Wales - Electrocuted on stage by touching a live microphone with wet feet ( Rock ) Born 1945 in Glasgow, Scotland - Was a member of Stone The Crows, The Sensational Alex Harvey Band and The Blues Council - Brother of Alex Harvey. - Heart attack ( Blues - Folk - Gospel ) Born 4-30-1896 in Laurens, South Carolina, U. - Singer and guitarist - (He did, "All My Friends Are Gone" and "Cocaine Blues") - Worked with Brownie Mc Ghee and Sonny Terry. Sidney Clare - Died 8-29-1972 in Los Angeles, CA, U. ") - She had been married to painter, Paul Ernst Wilke and composer, Artur Beul. - Heart attack ( Blues ) Born 8-17-1924 in Grosse Tete, LA, U. - Guitarist - (He did, "Steppin' High" and "Let's Get It") - Worked with The Gondoliers (They did, "You Call Everybody Darling" and "Creole Gal Blues"), Ray Charles, Professor Longhair, Sam Cooke and others. Bill Johnson (William Manuel Johnson) - Died 12-3-1972 in New Braunfels, TX, U. Dud Bascomb (Wilbur Odell Bascomb) - Died ( Jazz ) Born 5-16-1916 in Birmingham, AL, U. - Trumpet player - Was a member of The Erskine Hawkins Orchestra (They did, "Tuxedo Junction" and "Gin Mill Special") and Tyle's Chicken Shack - Worked with Duke Ellington's Orchestra - Brother of Paul Bascomb. ( Rock - Folk ) Played keyboards and flute - Was a member of The Fugs (They did, "I Couldn't Get High" and "Morning, Morning") - Worked with Holy Modal Rounders (They did, "Indian War Whoop" and "The Second-Hand Watch"). Tex Ritter (Woodward Maurice Ritter) - Died 1-2-1973 in Nashville, TN U. - Heart attack in a Nashville police station while bailing out a band member ( Country - Folk ) Born 1-12-1907 in Murval, TX, U. - Singer - Was the leader of Tex Ritter And His Texans (They did, "I'm Wastin' My Tears On You" and "Jealous Heart") - Father of actor, John Ritter - Country Music Hall Of Fame Inductee, Cowboy Hall Of Fame Inductee, Western Music Associations Hall Of Fame Inductee and Nashville Songwriters Hall Of Fame Inductee. - Cancer ( Blues - Boogie Woogie ) Born in Monroe, Louisiana, U. - Singer and pianist - (He did, "Ain't Gonna Cry No More" and "Oh Red") - Brother of the late Piano Red . - Composer -Worked with Harold Arlen ("I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues" and "Stormy Weather"), Burton Lane, Sammy Fain, Ray Henderson and Rube Bloom - Songwriters Hall of Fame Inductee. Arthur Freed (Arthur Grossman) - Died 4-12-1973 in Los Angeles, CA, U. Willie "The Lion" Smith (William Henry Joseph Bonaparte Bertholoff Smith) - Died 4-18-1973 in New York, NY, U. Rick Dey - Died 11-5-1973 - Overdose of laughing gas (nitrous oxide) ( Rock ) Born 1948 - (He wrote, "Just Like Me") - Was a member of The Vejtables, February Sunshine, The Wilde Knights and The Merry-Go-Round.
Felipe Pirela - El Bolerista de America - Died 7-2-1972 in Santurce, Puerto Rico - Shot ( Pop ) Born 9-4-1941 in Maracaibo, Zulia State, Venezuela - Singer - (He did, "Cuando Ya No Me Quieras" (When You No Longer Love Me) and "Unicamente Tu" (Only You)) - Worked with Juanito Arteta's Orchestra, Los Peniques and Billo's Caracas Boys. Brother Joe May - The Thunderbolt of the Middle West - Died 7-14-1972 in Thomasville, GA, U. Don Byas (Carlos Wesley Byas) - Died 8-24-1972 ( Jazz - R&B ) Born in Muskogee OK, U. - Saxaphonist - Leader of Don Byas Quartet (They did, "September Song" and "London Donnie") - Worked with Benny Moten, Lionel Hampton, Count Basie and others. Lale Andersen (Lieselotte Helene Berta Bunnenberg) - Died 8-29-1972 in Vienna, Austria - Liver cancer ( Pop ) Born 3-23-1905 in the Bremerhaven Lehe district - Singer - (She did, "Lili Marleen" and "He, hast du Feuer, Seemann? Danny Whitten (Daniel Ray Whitten) - Died in Los Angeles, CA, U. - Heroin overdose ( Rock ) Born 5-8-1943 in Columbus, Georgia, U. - Singer and guitarist - (He wrote, "I Don't Want To Talk About It") - Worked with Danny And The Memories (They did, "Can't Help Loving That Girl Of Mine"), The Psyrcle, The Rockets and The War Babies who became Crazy Horse (They did, "Cowgirl In The Sand"). Mel Lastie (Melvin Lastie) - Died 12-4-1972 in New Orleans, LA, U. Kenny Dorham (Mc Kinley Howard Dorham) - Died 12-5-1972 - Kidney disease ( Jazz ) Born 8-30-1924 in Fairfield, TX, U. - Played trumpet - (He did, "Blue Bossa") - Worked with The Be Bop Boys, Dizzy Gillespie, The Jazz Prophets, The Max Roach Quintet and Billy Eckstine. ( Songwriter ) Born 9-15-1906 - (He co-wrote, "Frosty The Snowman" and "Peter Cottontail") - Hi songs have been recorded by Dinah Washington, Henry Mancini, Fred Astaire, Martina Mc Bride, The Carpenters, Nat King Cole, Gene Autry, Rosemary Clooney, Anne Murray, Hank Snow, George Jones, Eddy Arnold, Willie Nelson, Kenny G and Frankie Yankovic - West Virginia Hall Of Fame Inductee. - Played saxophone and violin and was a composer and arranger - (He composed,"Don't Be That Way" and "Stompin' At The Savoy") - Worked with Duke Ellington, Fletcher Henderson, Chick Webb, Ella Kid Ory (Edward Ory) - Died 1-23-1973 in Hawaii, U. Andy Razaf (Andreamentena Razafinkeriefo) (aka Tommy Thompson) - Died 2-3-1973 in Los Angeles, CA, U. Gus Aiken (Augustus Aiken ) - Died 4-1-1973 in New York, NY, U. ( Jazz - Blues ) Born 7-26-1902 in Charleston, South Carolina, U. - Trumpeter - Worked with Louis Armstrong, Sid Catlett, Roy Eldridge and Elmer Snowden - Brother of trumpeter and trombonist, Bud Aiken. Nino Bravo (Luis Manuel Ferri Llopis) - Died 4-16-1973 in Spain - Car accident ( Pop ) Born 8-3-1944 in Aielo de Malferit, Valencia, Spain - Singer - (He did, "Te Quiero, Te Quiero" and "Un Beso y una Flor") - Was a member of Los Hispanicos who changed their name to Los Superson. Gene Krupa (Eugene Bertram Krupa) - Died in Yonkers, NY, U. - Leukemia ( Jazz ) Born 1-15-1909 in Chicago, Illinois, U. - Drummer - (He did, "Wire Brush Stomp" and "Drummin' Man") - Worked with Benny Goodman, Vido Musso, Milt Raskin, Floyd O'Brien, Sam Donahue, Shorty Sherock, Irene Daye, Anita O'Day and Roy Eldridge.
T-Bone Walker (Aaron Thibeaux Walker) (aka Oak Cliff T-Bone) - Died 3-16-1975 - Bronchial pneumonia ( Blues ) Born 5-28-1910 in Linden, Texas, U. (He did,"Call It Stormy Monday" and "T-Bone Shuffle") Blues Foundation's Hall of Fame Inductee - "Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductee"Josephine Baker (Freda Josephine Carson) (aka Black Venus, Black Pearl and Creole Goddess) - Died 4-12-1975 - Cerebral hemorrhage ( Pop - Cabaret ) Born 6-3-1906 in St. Moe Howard (Moses Horwitz) (Harry Horwitz) - Died 5-4-1975 ( Swing - Pop - Novelty ) Born 6-19-1897 in Bensonhurst, New York, U. - Was one of The Three Stooges (They did,"Swingin The Alphabet" and "Three Chipped Monks"). ( Rockabilly - Country ) Born 9-21-1914 in Van Buren, AR, U. - Guitarist - Led Arkie Shibley And His Mountain Dew Boys (They did, "Hot Rod Race" and "You Put My Heart In Orbit"). Gary Thain - Died 12-8-1975 but I've been told his death certificate states the date as in Norwood Green - Drug overdose ( Rock ) Born 5-15-1948 in Christchurch, New Zealand - Bassist - Worked with The Strangers (They did, "Pretend" and "Can't Help Forgiving You"), Secrets (They did, "It's You" and "You're Wrong"), Me And The Others, The Keef Hartley Band (They did, "Too Much Thinking" and "Leave It 'Til The Morning"), Champion Jack Dupree and Uriah Heep (They did, "Magician's Birthday" and "Spider Woman"). - Colon cancer ( Jazz ) Born 10-9-1908 in Fort Gibson, OK, U. - Singer and songwriter - (She co-wrote, "Got The South In My Soul" and "Anytime, Anyday, Anywhere") - Worked with Leo Reisman's orchestra, Jess Stacy, Paul Whiteman, Victor Young, Bunny Berigan, Bud Freeman, Billy Butterfield, Max Kaminsky, Fats Waller, Eddie Condon, Bobby Hackett and The Casa Loma Orchestra - Oklahoma Music Hall Of Fame Inductee. Records which released recordings by Mildred Richards And Her Red Hots, St. Florence Ballard - Died 2-22-1976 - Coronary thrombosis ( Soul - Pop ) Born 6-30-1943 in Detroit, Michigan, U. - Was one of The Supremes (They sang, "Baby Love" and "Stop In The Name Of Love") - "Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductee". Princess White Durrah - Died 3-21-1976 in Port Chester, NY, U. - Collapsed and died during a break while performing ( Blues - Jazz ) Born 1-14-1881 in Philadelphia, PA, U. - (She did, "Every Woman's Blues" and "Peepin' In The Wrong Keyhole") - Worked with The Clyde Bernhardt Harlem Blues And Jazz Band, Ma Rainey, Ethel Waters, Black Patti and Ida Cox.- Died 3-26-1976 in Warwickshire, England - Car accident ( Rock - Blues ) Born in Welshpool, Wales - Harmonica player, guitarist and singer - (He did, "My Lucky Day" and the original "Jumping At Shadows") - Worked with John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, Fleetwood Mac, Alexis Korner and B. Freddie Lennon (Alfred Lennon) (aka Alf) - Died 4-1-1976 in Brighton, Sussex, England - Born in Liverpool, England - Sang and played banjo - (He did, "That's My Life (My Love And My Home)" and "The Next Time You Feel Important") - Father of singer, John Lennon. William Bobo (aka Thunder) - Died 4-28-1976 ( Gospel - R&B ) Born 5-12-1915 in Spartanburg, SC, U. - Was a singer for The Heavenly Gospel Singers and The Dixiehummingbirds (They did, "Soon Will Be Done With The Troubles of This World" and "Little Wooden Church"). - Worked with Eddie Condon, Glenn Miller's Orchestra ("String Of Pearls"), Jackie Gleason and Jack Teagarden. Malcolm Lockyer - Died 6-28-1976 ( Conductor ) Born 1923 - Was co-conductor of The Knightsbride Strings (with Reg Owen) (They did, "Cry") and The Cambridge Strings (with Dick Rowe) (They did, "Tunes of Glory") - His albums charted numerous times.
Joe Mooney - Died 5-12-1975 in Fort Lauderdale, FL, U. - Stroke ( Jazz ) Born 3-14-1911 in Paterson, NJ, U. - Singer, pianist and accordionist - (He did,"Nowhere" and "Lush Life") - Worked with Buddy Rogers, Milt Hinton, Johnny Smith, The Sauter-Finegan Orchestra and led The Joe Mooney's Quartet - He and his brother Dan were The Sunshine Boys and The Melotone Boys. - (He wrote, "Sleigh Ride", "The Typewriter" and "The Syncopated Clock") - Worked with Arthur Fiedler - Songwriters Hall Of Fame Inductee. Vincent Lopez - Died 9-20-1975 in Miami Beach, FL, U. Frank Signorelli - Died 12-9-1975 ( Jazz ) Born 5-24-1901 - Pianist - (He composed, "A Blues Serenade" and "Stairway To The Stars") - Was a member of The Original Memphis Five - Worked with Eddie Lang, Frankie Trumbauer, Bix Beiderbecke and Joe Venuti. Mongezi Feza - Died in London, England - Pneumonia ( Jazz ) Born 1945 in Queenstown, South Africa - Played trumpet and flute - Woked with The Blue Notes, Robert Wyatt, Xaba, Henry Cow and Dudu Pukwana. Adolph Rickenbacker (aka Adolph Rickenbacher) (Adolf Adam Riggenbacher) - Died 3-7-1976 in Fullerton, CA, U. - Born 4-1-1887 in Basel, Switzerland - Founder of The Rickenbacker Guitar Company and co-founder of The Ro-Pat-In Company. Floyd Council (aka Dipper Boy Council) - Died 5-9-1976 in Sanford, NC, U. - Heart attack ( Blues ) Born 9-2-1911 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, U. - Singer and guitarist - (He did, "I'm Broke And I Ain't Got A Dime" and "I Don't Want No Hungry Woman") - Worked with The Chapel Hillbillies and Blind Boy Fuller. Johnny Mercer (John Herndon Mercer) - Died 6-25-1976 in Los Angeles, CA, U. Cecilia (Evangelina Sobredo Gallants) - Died 8-2-1976 in Benavente, Zamora, Castilla Leon, Spain - Car accident ( Pop ) Born Madrid, Spain - Singer - (She did, "Dama, Dama" and "Un Ramito de Violetas"). - Singer - (She did, "I'm Gonna Cry") - Was a singer for The Boswell Sisters (They did, "Nights When I'm Lonely") - The Boswell Sisters also did a song in the 1930's called "Rock And Roll", though having nothing to do with its current meaning, shows that the term predated Alan Freed by over twenty years - Vocal Group Hall Of Fame Inductee and Louisiana Music Hall Of Fame Inductee.
Ozzie Nelson (Oswald George Nelson) - Died 6-3-1975 in Hollywood, CA, U. - Liver cancer ( Jazz ) Born 3-20-1906 in Jersey City, NJ. George Morgan (George Thomas Morgan) (aka The Candy Kid) - Died 7-7-1975 in Madison, TN, U. - Complications after open heart surgery ( Country ) Born 6-28-1924 in Waverly, TN, U. - Singer and guitarist - (He did, "Candy Kisses" and "Please, Dont Let Me Love You") - Father of singer, Lorrie Morgan - Country Music Hall Of Fame Inductee. - Drummer - He worked with Fats Waller, Tom's Roadhouse Band, Charlie Creath, Earl Hines and Louis Armstrong. Bernard Herrmann - Died - Born 6-29-1911 in New York, NY, U. - Composer and conductor - He composed the scores for the films, Citizen Kane, Psycho, Vertigo and Taxi Driver - He also worked on the scores for The Day The Earth Stood Still, Journey To The Center Of The Earth and many others. Frank Hubbard (Frank Twombly Hubbard) - Died 1976 - Born 5-15-1920 in New York, U. - He and William Dowd built harpsichords of which some are used in The Smithsonian's National Museum Of American History, The Juilliard School Of Music and Independence Hall and City Tavern in Philadelphia. - Shot himself ( Rock ) Born in Memphis, Tennessee, U. - Drummer - Was a member of The Hombres (They did, "Let It Out, Let It All Hang Out"). Willie Trice - Died in Durham, NC - Cancer ( Blues ) Born 2-10-1910 in Hillsborough, North Carolina, U. - Singer and guitarist - (He did, "New Diddey Wah Diddey" and "Goin' To The Country"). - Was a member of Nolan Strong & The Diablos (They did, "The Wind" and "The Way You Dog Me Round") and worked with The Velvet Angels (They did, "Fools Rush In") - Doo-Wopp Hall Of Fame Of America Inductee. Baby Boy Warren (Robert Henry Warren) - Died 7-1-1977 in Detroit, MI, U. - Heart attack ( Blues ) Born 8-13-1919 in Lake Providence, Louisiana, U. - Singer and guitarist - (He did, "I Got Lucky" and "huc-A-Luck") - Worked with Sonny Boy Williamson, Boogie Woogie Red and Charley Mills.
Jacinto Perez (Rafael Jesús Blanco González) - Died 1-10-1975 in Caracas, Venezuela ( Folk ) Born in Caracas, Venezuela - Played the Cuatro - Worked with Don Vicente Flores, Espin And Guanipa and Fredy Reyna - Was a teacher of the cuatro. Larry Fine (Louis Feinberg) - Died 1-24-1975 in Woodland Hills, CA, U. ( Swing - Pop - Novelty ) Born 10-5-1902 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U. - Was a violinist and played many other instruments - Was one of The Three Stooges ( They did, "Swingin The Alphabet" and "Sing Along With Moe") and a member of Gus Edwards' Newsboy Sextette and The Haney Sisters And Fine.- King of the Juke Boxes - Died 2-4-1975 in Los Angeles, CA, U. - Heart attack ( R&B - Jump Blues ) Born 7-8-1909 in Brinkley, Arkansas, U. - (He recorded, "Caldonia" and "Is You Is Or Is You Ain't My Baby") - Was a member of The Elks Rendezvous Band and The Tympany Five - Worked with Clarence Williams and Chick Webb - Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Inductee and Blues Hall Of Fame Inductee. inside his home ( Soul - Rock ) Born in Memphis, Tennessee, U. - Drummer - Was a member of Booker T and The MG's (They recorded, "Green Onions" and "Soul Limbo") - Worked with The Ben Branch Band, Al Green, Rufus Thomas, Sam & Dave, Jean Knight, Major Lance, Tina Turner, Bill Withers, Jerry Lee Lewis, Eric Clapton, Ann Peebles, Rod Stewart, Shirley Brown, Donny Hathaway, Leon Russell, Albert King, Herbie Mann, Carla Thomas, Otis Redding, Albert King, Eddie Floyd and Willie Mitchell - Son of orchestra leader, Al Jackson Sr.
Paul Beaver - Died 1-16-1975 in Los Angeles, CA, U. Ake Persson - Died 2-5-1975 in Stockholm, Sweden ( Jazz ) Born 2-25-1932 in Hassleholm, Sweden - Played trombone - Worked with Dizzy Gillespie Benny Bailey, Arne Domnerus, George Wallington, Roy Haynes, Hacke Bjorksten, Harry Arnold's Radio Band, Simon Brehm, Lars Gullen, Quincy Jones, Count Basie and Duke Ellington. - Played accordion and was a composer and arranger - Led The Johnny Pecon Orchestra - Worked with Dr. - Memphis Music Hall Of Fame Inductee and Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Inductee. -1975 off the coast of California - Sailing accident ( Rock ) Born 4-27-1943 in Vancouver, BC - Keyboardist, arranger and producer - (He arranged Diana Ross', "Touch Me In The Morning" and co-wrote Bobby Taylor And The Vancouvers', "Does Your Mama Know About Me?
Tito Rodriguez (Pablo Rodriguez Lozada) (aka El Inolvidable) - Died 2-28-1973 in Coral Gables, FL, U. - Leukemia - Born 1-4-1923 in Santurce, Puerto Rico - Singer and bandleader - Led Los Diablos del Mambo, Los Lobos del Mambo and The Tito Rodriguez Orchestra (They did, "Besame La Bemba") - Worked with Industrias Nativas, Xavier Cugat ("Bin, Bam, Bum"), The Mayari Cuartet and Jose Curbelo - Brother of bandleader, Johnny Rodriguez - Produced Los Hispanos and Los Montemar - International Latin Music Hall Of Fame Inductee. - Co-founder of The Melrose Brothers Music Company - (Wrote or co-wrote, "High Society" and "Tin Roof Blues"). Margie Hendricks (aka Margie Hendrix) - Died 7-14-1973 ( R&B ) Born 3-13-1935 in Statesboro, GA, U. - Singer - Was a member of The Cookies and later was one of The Raelettes who backed up Ray Charles.( Rock - Bluegrass ) Born 6-6-1944 in Lewiston, Maine, U. - Played guitar and mandolin - Was a member of Three Little Country Boys, The Country Boys, The Kentucky Colonels, The Byrds and Muleskinner - Worked with Ricky Nelson, The Monkees and The Gosdin Brothers - Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Inductee.- Died 7-22-1973 in South Bend, Indiana, U. Bob Colone (Robert Colone) - Died 8-12-1973 in Michigan, U. - Drowning accident ( R&B ) Born 1950 in Detroit, Michigan, U. - Sang and played flute, drums and saxophone - Was a member of The Midnight Shift (They did, "Just Another Day" and "Every Day Without You"), and Thomas Blood (They did, "So Many Roads" and "Poor Man's Reflections"). - Played trombone - Worked with Woody Herman, Charlie Barnet, Chubby Jackson, Gene Krupa, Ray Mc Kinley and Benny Goodman.
- Played cornet and trombone - Was a member of The Original New Orleans Jazz Band, The Original Dixieland Jazz Band and The Brunies Brothers Dixieland Jazz Band. Higginbotham And His Six Hicks - Played for Luis Russell's Orchestra, Louis Armstrong, Fletcher Henderson, Chick Webb, Red Allen and Benny Carter. Laurens Hammond - Died 7-3-1973 - Born 1-11-1895 in Evanston, Illinois, U. - He invented the Hammond organ used by many rock artists including Procol Harum, The Allman Brothers, Vanillia Fudge and Keith Emerson. Eddie Condon (Albert Edwin Condon) - Died 8-4-1973 in New York, NY, U. Steve Perron - Died 8-10-1973 - Inhalation of vomit after heroin use ( Rock ) Born 8-26-1945 - Singer - (He recorded, "From The Very Start" and wrote ZZ Top's, "Francine" ) - Was a member of The Mind's Eye (They did, "Help I'm Lost" and "Still In Love With You Baby") and The Children.