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Danny White’s “Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye” was a deserved big hit in New Orleans in 1963. It is still a well-loved local favorite but is almost unknown elsewhere. Other popular Frisco Records in New Orleans are Danny White’s “Loan Me A Handkerchief” and the Rouzan Sisters “Men of War.” The rest of the 45s on the Frisco label meant very little elsewhere. Yet these singles were cut mainly at the famous Cosimo’s Recording Studios in New Orleans with all-star session men produced by Wardell Quezergue and others. Now is the chance for a re-evaluation of these recordings, which have never been reissued in any format. This is classic New Orleans R&B! Released in 1998, 25 tracks.

The Frisco Records Story – various artists CD

$21.98

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  • Description

Description

Danny White’s “Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye” was a deserved big hit in New Orleans in 1963. It is still a well-loved local favorite but is almost unknown elsewhere. Other popular Frisco Records in New Orleans are Danny White’s “Loan Me A Handkerchief” and the Rouzan Sisters “Men of War.” The rest of the 45s on the Frisco label meant very little elsewhere. Yet these singles were cut mainly at the famous Cosimo’s Recording Studios in New Orleans with all-star session men produced by Wardell Quezergue and others. Now is the chance for a re-evaluation of these recordings, which have never been reissued in any format. This is classic New Orleans R&B! Released in 1998, 25 tracks.