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Moosejaw - Bill Justis - Bill Justis Plays Raunchy 34 Songs In All!! (CD)

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  1. Song information for Raunchy - Bill Justis on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases Bill Justis Raunchy. Add to Song Favorites ♥ Simply Memories: 4 CD's of Nostalgic Favourites. Simply:
  2. Explore releases from Bill Justis at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Bill Justis at the Discogs Marketplace.
  3. Comments: 9. Barry from Sauquoit, Ny On December 8, , the AM radio airwaves must have been flooded with "Raunchy" For on Billboard's Most Played by Jockeys chart for Dec. 8th, there were three versions of "Raunchy" in the Top 10, Bill Justis was at #6 with his version, one position lower at #7 was Ernie Freeman's version, and right at #10 was Bill Vaughn's version.
  4. Complete song listing of Bill Justis on monmorekyfarebocatecocawoods.xyzinfo COVID We are currently operating in a limited manner. Due to social-distancing practices and increased order volume, please expect longer than usual wait times & shipping delays.
  5. Biography. 14 October , Birmingham, Alabama, USA, d. 15 July , Nashville, Tennessee, USA. Justis was a saxophonist, arranger and producer who created ‘Raunchy’, one of the classic rock ‘n’ roll instrumentals (and, coincidentally, the first song that George Harrison learned to play).
  6. William Everett Justis Jr. (October 14, – July 16, ) was an American pioneer rock and roll musician, composer, and musical arranger, best known for his Grammy Hall of Fame song, "Raunchy." As a songwriter, he was also often credited as Bill Everette.
  7. Bill Justis. In , Justis' alto-sax dominated recording `Raunchy' was a huge hit for Phillips International, one of the first in a series of rock instrumentals which paved the way for the success of the Champs, the Ventures and Duane Eddy.
  8. Bill Justis est mort à Nashville le 15 Juillet Best known to most listeners for the aptly titled instrumental smash "Raunchy," Bill Justis was also a longtime linchpin of the Nashville recording community, working as a producer, musical director, and A&R man for labels including Sun and Mercury.

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