Category: Rock

All The Time - Werly Fairburn And The Delta Boys - All The Time (Vinyl)

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  1. In , during Werly's time at Columbia, labelmate Carl Smith turned "I Feel Like Cryin'" into a top seller. At Savoy in '56 and '57, Fairburn and his band The Delta Boys leaned ever closer to rock and roll with songs like "All the Time" and "Telephone Baby.".
  2. Lewi Werly Fairburn was born in the Charity Hospital Orleans on November 27, , although his family lived out on a farm across Lake Ponchartrain, near Folsom, Louisiana. The family background was one eighth Cherokee with a bit of Irish, Scots and English. His father was a farmer and a woodcutter, and he died when Werly was thirteen.
  3. I'm a Fool About Your Love - Werly Fairburn; All the Time - Werly Fairburn; I'm a Country Boy - Clarence Henry; Ain't Got No Home - Clarence Henry; Hickory Dickory Dock - Big Boy Myles; Just to Hold My Hand - Big Boy Myles; Oooh-Wee Baby - Art Neville; Back Home to Me - Art Neville; You Can Fly High - Earl King; /5(12).
  4. (/EL TORO) 30 tracks. English - EN.
  5. Werly Fairburn And The Delta Boys: Title: All The Time / I'm A Fool About Your Love: Country/Region of Manufacture: United States: Record Label: Savoy: Style: Rockabilly: Release Year: Record Grading: Excellent (EX) Language: English: Speed: 45 RPM: Genre: Rockabilly: Record Size: Seller Rating: % positive.
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  7. Lewi Werly Fairburn was born in the Charity Hospital, New Orleans on November 27, although his family lived out on a farm across Lake Ponchartrain, near Folsom, Louisiana. His father was a farmer and a wood cutter who bought a guitar for his sons. An old black guy across the fields had taught the boys how to play what Werly termed 'blue.
  8. Fairburn recorded for four labels — Trumpet, Capitol, Columbia, and Savoy — during the '50s, but his earliest (and always principal) fame came from the radio, where he was both a deejay and a performer. Known as "the Singing Deejay" (and, before that, as "the Singing Barber") on New Orleans radio in the late '40s, he put together his own group, the Delta Boys, with whom he recorded during the '50s.