- Title:Who Wrote That Letter To John / Babies And Bacon
- Style:Country, Honky Tonk
- Date of release:
- Size FLAC version1289 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1835 megabytes
- Size WMA version1550 megabytes
- Formats:AIFF RA WMA WAV DTS XM VQF
Roy Hogsed - Cocaine Blues 1948. Snake Dance Boogie - Roy Hogsed & The Rainbow Riders. Cocaine Blues - Roy Hogsed. Too many chiefs and not enough indians. F 2807/ CD-9004 BCD-16191. Who wrote that letter to john. F 2720/ CD-9004 BCD-16191.
Born in Arkansas, Roy Hogsed (b. 1919, d. 1978) relocated to San Diego at the beginning of his career. He was responsible for one of the most original sounds in post-war country music, often throwing in elements of the not-yet articulated styles of rockabilly and rock & roll. His Rainbow Riders Trio combined accordion, guitar and slapped-bass rhythm to help produce hits like his version of "Cocaine Blues. Who Wrote That Letter To John, Babies And Bacon (Single).
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Roy Hogsed (1919-1978) forged one of the most original sounds in postwar country music, a tight and exciting small group sound that often anticipated the energy and drive of rockabilly and rock 'n' roll. He is best remembered for his hit version of the notorious "Cocaine Blues" and most identified with the accordion and guitar lead and slapped-bass rhythm of his original Rainbow Riders Trio.
Roy Hogsed (born December 24, 1919 in Flippin, Arkansas; died March 1978) was an American country music singer. He is best known for his song "Cocaine Blues", which he took to number 15 on the country music charts in 1948. Although he was active in the music business for only seven years, "Cocaine Blues" has been widely covered. Cocaine Blues (Bear Family BCD-16191, 1999).
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Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||Who Wrote That Letter To John
Written-By – Newton S. Thomas
|B||Babies And Bacon
Written-By – Bob Bertram, Perle Wendell
- Published By – Tannen Music Inc.
- Published By – Muse Music Pub.
- Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
NotesA side published by Tannen Music, Inc.
B side published by Muse Music Pub.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): 12194
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): 12188
- Rights Society: BMI
|CF 2720||Roy Hogsed||Who Wrote That Letter To John / Babies And Bacon (7", Single)||Capitol Records||CF 2720||Germany||1954|
|F2720||Roy Hogsed||Who Wrote That Letter To John (7")||Capitol Records||F2720||US||1954|