Phil S.

Helpful votes received on reviews: 79% (22 of 28)
Location: USA
Birthday: 19 Jan
In My Own Words:
Believe that the Universe is a living, growing thing, which has been bestowed upon we sentient beings who must accept it as a Gift.

Read: Biographies, Current Events.
Listen to: Mostly 1955 to 1985 Rock and Soul. Blues, Classical.
Watch: History Channel, selected Honeymooners, Seinfeld. Old Movies.
Hobbies: Writing reviews for Amazon. Posting to Internet Sites. Writing songs/poem… Read more


Top Reviewer Ranking: 74,450 - Total Helpful Votes: 22 of 28
The Twistin' Fools ~ Hank Ballard & The Midnighters
The Twistin' Fools ~ Hank Ballard & The Midnighters
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
DO YOU KNOW HOW TO TWIST? rec. 27 Dec. 1961 (Red Prysock, Eddie Silvers [ts].....)

MISS TWISTER rec. 21 Nov. 1961 (Henry Moore [ts]; Mickey Baker [g]........)

UP AND AWAY rec. 21 Nov. 1961 (same as #2)

BROADWAY rec. 2 May 1960 (Gene Redd [tp]; Henry Moore [ts]. Charles "Hungry" Williams [dm].........)

WE'LL NEVER MEET AGAIN 17 March 1955 (Henry Booth [co-voc.]; Alexander Nelson [bs]; Emmanuel Kennebrew [p]; Edison Gore [dm].....)

I FEEL THAT A-WAY 14 Aug. 1953 (Charles Sutton [voc.]; Henry Booth [voc.]; Sonny Woods [bass voc]; Roberty Darby [ts]; Clarence mack [el b]; Clarence Kenner [g]; Sonny Thompson [p] ).

THE… Read more
5 Classics Albums [Audio CD] James Brown ~ James Brown
5.0 out of 5 stars too much, 30 Mar 2014
at first glance, it's ok, the Federal singles and...but look again: many instrumental tracks factor in, which this dedicated JB fan (from 1966) has never heard.

look again (again): Ed Sullivan appearances plus Soul Train stuff from the '70s. on the latter, enjoy the Fred Wesley led JBs backing up a fired up superstar, going deep on oldies and newies, never once letting the temperature drop - but put the kids to bed (he means business).
Paramount Years ~ Fats Domino
Paramount Years ~ Fats Domino
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
think U got all he ABC Paramount albums by Fats? think U have the limited edition THE BEST OF FATS DOMINO from 1966? no, no repeats, no bizarre filler. a solid album, in fact as good as the first ABC Fats album! and as entertaining as *any* Imperial album by the Fat Man. ever hear THAT CERTAIN SOMEONE or SALLY WAS A GOOD OLD GIRL?

fats *rounds* it out with the full SLEEPING ON THE JOB ALBUM and a few add-ons just to keep you in the REPLAY loop! buy this now, or sooner!