Mashed Potato Time: 2019 In Memoriam


Art Neville - "Zing Zing" (1958) — R.I.P. Art Neville, co-founder of The Meters & Neville Bros. Clydie King - "He Always Comes Back To Me" (1966) — R.I.P. Clydie King, singer The Persuasions - "Party In The Woods" (1969) — R.I.P. Jerry Lawson, a cappella singer Ty Karim - "All At Once" (1965) — R.I.P. Kent Harris, songwriter & producer Perrey & Kingsley - " Visa from the Stars" (1966) — R.I.P. Gershon Kingsley, composer & electronic music pioneer Andre Williams - "Shoo-Doo" (1961) — R.I.P. Andre Williams The Sherrys - "That Guy of Mine" (1964) — R.I.P. David White, singer-songwriter for Danny & the Juniors and more Danny & the Juniors - "Cha Cha Go Go (Chicago Cha-Cha)" (1961) — R.I.P. Joe Terry, singer The Big Three - "Some Other Guy" (1963) — R.I.P. Johnny Hutchinson, drummer Peter Fonda - "November Nights" (1967) — R.I.P. Peter Fonda, actor & director Reggie Young - "Mr. Chann" (1964) — R.I.P. Reggie Young, guitarist for The Memphis Boys Sleepy LaBeef - "All the Time" (1957) — R.I.P. Sleepy LaBeef, rockabilly musician & songwriter Marie Laforêt - "Marie Douceur - Marie Colère (Paint It Black)" (1966) — R.I.P. Marie Laforêt, French-Swiss singer & actress Plastic Penny - "No Pleasure Without Pain My Love" (1968) — R.I.P. Paul Raymond, keyboardist & guitarist Arthur Alexander - "Show Me The Road" (1966) — R.I.P. Fred Foster, producer & record label owner The Del-Vikings - "Cool Shake" (1957) — R.I.P. Gus Backus, singer Dick Dale & His Del-Tones - "Shake N' Stomp" (1962) — R.I.P. Dick Dale, surf guitar pioneer Ken Nordine - "Crimson" (1967) — R.I.P. Ken Nordine, voice-over & recording artist, "Word Jazz" creator The Bonzo Dog Band - "Beautiful Zelda" (1968) — R.I.P. Neil Innes, songwriter for The Bonzo Dog Band & The Rutles The Hollies - "Now's the Time" (1963) — R.I.P. Eric Haydock, bassist Serguei - "Burro Cor de Rosa" (1970) — R.I.P. Serguei, Brazilian singer-songwriter Jackie Shane - "Sticks and Stones" (1963) — R.I.P. Jackie Shane, trans soul singer Lil Buck & The Top Cats - "Monkey In A Sack" (1969) — R.I.P. Lil' Buck Sinegal, guitarist & singer The Mad Lads - "Patch My Heart" (1966) — R.I.P. John Gary Williams, singer Harvey Scales & The 7 Sounds - "Love-Itis" (1967) — R.I.P. Harvey Scales, singer and songwriter Dr. John - "Mama Roux" (1968) — R.I.P. Dr. John, singer-songwriter Quicksilver Messenger Service - "Dino's Song" (1968) — R.I.P. Gary Duncan, guitarist Patti Austin - "I Will Wait For You" (1969) — R.I.P. Michel Legrand, composer The Chambers Brothers - "Heaven" (1971) — R.I.P. George "Pops" Chambers Michel Legrand - "Come Ray And Come Charles" (1967) — R.I.P. Michel Legrand, composer The Jodimars - "Later" (1956) — R.I.P. Dick Richards, drummer for The Jodimars and Bill Haley & His Comets Dave Bartholomew - "Junk Man" (1966) — R.I.P. Dave Bartholomew, New Orleans musician, bandleader, composer, arranger, & record producer Billy Adams - "You Heard Me Knocking" (1958) — R.I.P. Billy Adams, rockabilly singer & songwriter Norma Tanega - "A Street That Rhymes at 6am" (1966) — R.I.P. Norma Tanega, singer & songwriter The Dells - "Zing Zing Zing" (1955) — R.I.P. Chuck Barksdale, singer Bobby Moore and the Rhythm Aces - "Searching For My Love" (1965) — R.I.P. Jimmy Johnson, guitarist for Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section Hal Blaine - "Drums A-Go-Go" (1965) — R.I.P. Hal Blaine, drummer for The Wrecking Crew Roy Lee Johnson With Dr. Feelgood & The Interns - "Too Many Tears" (1962) — R.I.P. Beverly "Guitar" Watkins, guitarist The Tams - "What Kind Of Fool (Do You Think I Am)" (1963) — R.I.P. Jerry Carrigan, drummer for Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section The Charlatans - "We're Not on the Same Trip" (196?) — R.I.P. Mike Wilhelm, guitarist & vocalist The Monkees - "For Pete's Sake" (1967) — R.I.P. Peter Tork, musician & songwriter Jimmy Norman - "Tell Her For Me" (1962) — R.I.P. Kent Harris, songwriter & producer The Dramatics - "Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get" (1971) — R.I.P. Willie Ford, singer for The Dramatics Michel Legrand - "Manhattan Stroll" (1967) — R.I.P. Michel Legrand, composer Nancy Holloway - "Hurt So Bad" (1970) — R.I.P. Nancy Holloway, singer

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