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Louis Jordan

Retrospective and Interview by Michael Lydon, Rolling Stone, 1975

"DRINK SOME BEER and be of good cheer!" ...

Louis Jordan: The Best Of Louis Jordan/Choo Choo Ch'Boogie

Review by Cliff White, NME, May 1976

SUFFERING FROM HEAVY metal fatigue? Bunions on your disco feet? Are you too pooped to pop, too puked with punk rock, rasta'd rigid by reggae ...

Louis Jordan

Retrospective by Cliff White, History of Rock, The, 1982

The king of jive who made the good times roll. ...

Louis Jordan: Going For The Long Jump!

Retrospective by Fred Dellar, NME, August 1983

The last of the swingers, the first of the rockers, altoist Louis Jordan's influence stretches through BB King and David Bowie to the '80s jive ...

Louis Jordan

Sleevenotes by Pete Grendysa, Bear Family, 1993

FOR TEN of the most crucial years in the history of American black music, Louis Jordan was the main man, the solid sender, the hep-est ...

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