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Alvin Robinson

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b. 1937, d. 24 January 1989. Robinson was a fresh Orleans-based program guitarist, and guaranteed a minor strike in 1964 having a recording of the Chris Kenner music, ‘Something You Got’. The solitary premiered on Tiger Information, a short-lived wall socket possessed by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, who after that took Robinson with their following venture, Red Parrot. His first launch there, ‘Down House Young lady’, was an influenced amalgamation of NY pop and Crescent Town R&B. Later included in the Rolling Rocks, Robinson’s solitary was among the finest to seem on this amazing label. It had been accompanied by a reshaped edition of ‘Allow The Good Instances Roll’, however the designer was struggling to discover another achievement. Robinson shifted to the western coastline in 1969 and was one of the expatriate music artists who performed on Dr. John’s New Orleans ‘tribute’ recording, Gumbo. He came back to New Orleans in 1985 and passed away in 1989.

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Full Name Alvin Robinson
Died January 24, 1989, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Height 1.75 m
Weight 66 kg
Nationality American
Music Songs Down Home Girl, I'm Gonna Put Some Hurt On You, Sho 'Bout to Drive Me Wild, Fever, Baby Don't You Do It, I'm Just a Down Home Girl, Serpent Woman, Tuned in, Turned On, Better Be Cool, Empty Talk, Bottom Of My Soul, Let the Good Times Roll, Oh Red, How Can I Get Over You, We Got Love, I've Never Been in Love, Let Me Down Easy, Somethin' You Got, I´m Leaving You Today, Cry, Cry, Cry, You Brought My Heart Right Down To My Knees, Pain in My Heart, Soulful Woman, I Wanna Know, Give Her Up, Searchin', Dedicated to Domino, The Blues, Wake Up, 'M Leaving You Today, Show and Tell
Albums Alvin Robinson's Fever
Movies UFC 73, UFC 77: Hostile Territory


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Bug 2006 performer: "Searchin'" 1964

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