Kansas City - Various - Capricorn Records Presents The Fire / Fury Records Story Sampler (CD)

8 comments

  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Fire/Fury Records Story: Rarities Collection - Various Artists on AllMusic - - Bobby Robinson may not .
  2. Apr 30,  · Capricorn Records Presents - Opinions? Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Mike, Apr 23, The Scepter Records Story The Fire/Fury Records Story The Jewel/Paula Records Story Mike, Apr 23, #1. after finding a Scepter sampler CD from the box in a used record store. Lots of studio chatter before songs and generally good sound.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Fire/Fury Records R & B Story on Discogs. Label: Fuel - 2 • Format: 2x, CD Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Funk / Soul, Blues • Style: Rhythm & Blues, Soul4/5(1).
  4. Kansas City Kansan Obituaries Kansas Census Records - Index and Census Images. , , , , ­, , , Veterans Schedules.
  5. State Archives, Topeka. Hours. Closed until further notice. Kansas Historical Society SW 6th Avenue Topeka KS , ext. For questions about our holdings, please contact our reference staff.. Search the Archives Catalog for unpublished records and manuscripts.; Search the Topeka Libraries Catalog (ATLAS).
  6. Although the sequencing is a little too scholarly to be truely compulsive listening, the track, double-disc box set The Fire/Fury Records Story contains the majority of the major songs recorded for the seminal blues and R&B label. Apart from Elmore James, Wilbert Harrison, Lightnin' Hopkins, Gladys Knight and Lee Dorsey, King Curtis and Mighty Joe Young, there aren't too many big names here.
  7. 1: Tarheel Slim - Number Nine Train: $ 2: Wilbert Harrison - Kansas City: $ 3: Buster Brown - Fannie Mae: $ 4: Tarheel Slim.
  8. Special Collections in the Missouri Valley RoomThe Missouri Valley Room houses more than special collections of archival materials. These historically significant collections help to document the history and development of the Kansas City area through photographs, postcards, scrapbooks, correspondence, diaries, organizational records, maps, and a variety of other materials.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *