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Rollie Tussing / Rollie Tussing and the Midwest Territory Band - Rollie Tussing and The Midwest Territory Band album mp3
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    Rollie Tussing / Rollie Tussing and the Midwest Territory Band
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    Rollie Tussing and The Midwest Territory Band
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Rollie Tussing and The Midwest Territory Band. Lost My Gal From Memphis. Rollie Tussing and the Midwest Territory Band, Rollie Tussing. 2. Elder Greene Blues. 4. Satan Your Kingdom Must Come Down. 5. Speakeast Rag.

Rollie Tussing Music. and special guest soloist the incomparable Ben Green. Zou Zou's Cafe & Coffee Bar in Chelsea, Michigan! Wednesday March 20th. Then on Wednesday Aug. 22 Mr. Todd Perkins on bass, an unknown drummer and my groovy self will be playing some tunes at Zou Zou's Cafe & Coffee Bar in Chelsea, Michigan. On Saturday 8/11 I will be joining tuba player extraordinaire Michael Grant in his garage as part of the Normal Park music thing in Ypsilanti, Michigan. I've wanted to record an album of simple 19th century parlor guitar music for a few years. Now that the weather has turned cold I've begun writing/learning tunes to record. Hopefully this 3/4 time ditty will start sounding a little more relaxed soon. Played on my 1930s Washburn 5240 bill with Jo Serrapere in downtown Saline, Michigan.

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The album opens with the 1930’s jazz song I lost my gal from Memphis. The song was originally composed by Peter De Rose, with lyrics by Charlie Tobias. Rollie and his boys give the song a small make-over with tremendous respect to the original wich ends up in a fun swinger. It puts a smile on your face and makes you want to dance with a pretty lady. For the next song Rollie and his band slow it way down with the Charlie Patton classic Elder Green Blues. Where in the Patton version you hear a violin, I’m damn sure these guys used an accordion and it sounds just perfect.

Credits

Michael Billmire - Accordion, Pump Organ
Jim Carey - Group Member, Percussion
Sophia Hanifi - Vocals (Background)
Matt Jones - Vocals (Background)
Dave Keeney - Vocals (Background)
Mary Seelhorst - Fiddle
Rollie Tussing - Arranger, Group Member, Guitar, Primary Artist, Vocals
Rollie Tussing and the Midwest Territory Band - Primary Artist
Serge van der Voo - Bass (Upright), Group Member

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Lost My Gal From Memphis Rollie Tussing and the Midwest Territory Band / Rollie Tussing 2:27
2 Elder Greene Blues Rollie Tussing and the Midwest Territory Band / Rollie Tussing 2:48
3 Michigan Stomp Rollie Tussing and the Midwest Territory Band / Rollie Tussing 2:31
4 Satan Your Kingdom Must Come Down Rollie Tussing and the Midwest Territory Band / Rollie Tussing 3:20
5 Speakeast Rag Rollie Tussing and the Midwest Territory Band / Rollie Tussing 3:28
6 Elder Reprise Rollie Tussing and the Midwest Territory Band / Rollie Tussing 1:22
7 It Ain't Right Rollie Tussing and the Midwest Territory Band / Rollie Tussing 3:01
8 KC Moan Rollie Tussing and the Midwest Territory Band / Rollie Tussing 2:17
9 James Alley Blues Rollie Tussing and the Midwest Territory Band / Rollie Tussing 3:44
10 Sisters Waltz Rollie Tussing and the Midwest Territory Band / Rollie Tussing 2:52
11 Done Got Old Rollie Tussing and the Midwest Territory Band / Rollie Tussing 2:30