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Cocaine Blues - Roy Hogsed - Cocaine Blues (CD)

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  1. Roy Hogsed, Cocaine Blues Original issue: Coast () In Capitol acquired 20 Roy Hodsed masters from Coast and reissued Cocaine Blues on Capitol Americana (). They reissued it again a few years later.
  2. Lyrics to Cocaine Blues by Johnny Cash from the Johnny Cash: Roots & Branches album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
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  4. Born in Arkansas, Roy Hogsed (b. , d. ) 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.
  5. Jan 13,  · – Roy Hogsed, Hogsed’s version of “Cocaine Blues” rose to #15 on the Country charts in America in Cash would have been 16 when it was on the radio. Given this, and the fact that Cash at first mistakenly credited Hogsed with the song on that album, it’s likely that this was his original source.
  6. Cocaine Blues ** Roy Hogsed ** Capitol Fishtail Boogie ** Roy Hogsed ** Capitol Little Sugar Creek ** Buffalo Gals Band ** self-released Arkansas Hills ** Buffalo Gals Band ** self-released Last Train To Clarksville ** The Grascals ** Rounder Will Ya ** Paul Alan Coons ** Universal Sound Tinder ** Sarah Hobbs ** self-released.
  7. ROY HOGSED COCAINE BLUES "It was unique there was nothing that sounded like them." – Merrill Moore on Roy Hogsed & The Rainbow Riders. Roy Hogsed was born in Flippin, Arkansas on December 24, , the second of six children born to Harles and Vida Hogsed, Roy.
  8. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Cocaine Blues - Roy Hogsed, Roy Hogshead on AllMusic -

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