Browsing Archives of - 2023 February

Roosevelt Miller – “The Talking City”

Roosevelt Miller – “The Talking City”I don’t think I’ve ever come across anyone in my life named Roosevelt, except for the Muppet, Roosevelt Franklin (Aside from Teddy Roosevelt and Franklin Delano Roosevelt) I have come across a few Millers though. Today though, we have Roosevelt Miller of Cleveland, Tn. singing “The Talking City” – his fourth album, recorded in 1975... Read More »

David Miller – “Here They Come”

David Miller – “Here They Come”Here They Come by David Miller of Harrison, Ohio – released in 1977, on the Jordan Records label. Who is they? I don’t know, but I’m about to find out with the title track opening the album. The album does indeed open with the track “Here They Come” – and as you’d expect, David Miller... Read More »

The Shiloh’s – “God Bless Ya Brother”

The Shiloh’s – “God Bless Ya Brother”The jackets. The back cover. They’re from Flora, Illinois (but not on the Crusade label) – so far everything looks promising about the Shiloh’s 1970-something album on the GNC Records label. It opens with “Touring That City” – and it starts off slow and quiet, before the group all joins in together to sing this... Read More »

The NeVilles – “Thanking Him”

The NeVilles – “Thanking Him”Here we have Larry & Janet NeVille of Tulsa, Oklahoma with their 1974 self-released album, “Thanking Him” – which was recorded and manufactured by Rite Record Productions. Can I begin by saying Larry NeVille gives me a Ken Snyder¬†vibe? The title track opens this album, and we get the happy, upbeat piano playing before the... Read More »

Chet Taylor Trio – “The Happy Man”

Chet Taylor Trio – “The Happy Man”Aesthetically, that is a really pleasing cover. But also, it doubles as a spot the differences type of image. I’m back again, and today (tonight) we have the Chet Taylor Trio on American Artists Custom Records, I believe they’re from the Missouri, and that is most likely Chet in the center. It’s also dedicated to... Read More »

Martha Pilkenton – “Sincerely, Martha”

Martha Pilkenton – “Sincerely, Martha”Martha Pilkenton of McKinney Texas released her album on hers and her husband, Ken’s label sometime in 1980. This is it. It starts with the classic “Born Again” and Martha definitely has a very country sounding voice, and she’s particularly good at singing this one. It’s a real nice version of this song too. Next... Read More »

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