Category: Jazz

Raunchy - Ernie Freeman - Raunchy (Shellac)



  1. Raunchy / Puddin', a Single by Ernie Freeman. Released in on Imperial (catalog no. ; Vinyl 7"). Genres: Rock & Roll, Rhythm & Blues.
  2. Using pseudonyms, Ernie also scored in with Beautiful Obsession billed as Sir Chauncey and his exciting strings (# 89 Hot in April-May b/w Tenderfoot as Warner ) and with National City billed as The Joiner, Arkansas Junior High School Band (# 53 in May-June b/w Big Ben as Liberty , and in as the pianist "B. Bumble" for.
  3. In addition, on Billboard's R&B Best-Sellers in Stores chart, Ernie Freeman's "Raunchy" was at #2 while Bill Justis was at #3, and the #1 record was "You Send Me" by Sam Cooke And on January 5th, Bill Justis' "Raunchy" replaced Ernie Freeman's version at #1 on Billboard's R&B Most Played by Jockeys chart.
  4. Raunchy (Imperial, ) Theme from The Dark at the Top of the Stairs (Imperial, ) Twistin' Time (Imperial, ) Limbo Dance Party (Liberty, ) Ernie Freeman at the Organ (Liberty, ) Hit Maker (ABC, ) Others. Cry of the Wounded Jukebox (with Lorenzo Holden, Southland, –56) Man of Many Parts (with Buddy Collette.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Shellac release of Raunchy on Discogs. Label: London American Recordings - HL-P • Format: Shellac 10 Ernie Freeman - Raunchy (, Shellac) | Discogs.
  6. Feb 15,  · From , here is Bill Justis with the original version of a song he co-wrote entitled "Raunchy." This was the inaugural release for the newly formed Phillips International label, which was a subsidiary of Sun Records.
  7. Ernie Freman was one of the unsung heroes of the rock'n roll era and into the 60s. Some real gems in this collection of instrumentals, although it's a pity they didn't include his vocal of "Rockin' Red Wing" which is superior to the Sammy Masters version/5(4).
  8. Twenty-five instrumentals that Freeman cut for Imperial in the late s and early s, including of course "Raunchy," and as well as the R&B hit "Lost Dreams" and the minor pop charters "Dumplin's," "Indian Love Call," and "The Twist.".