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  1. Come On: The Complete Imperial Recordings chronicles guitarist Earl King's brief affiliation with the label between 1960 and 1962. New Orleans R&B was at its most productive in that era, with gems being cranked out one after another.

  2. 10 de jun. de 2003 · Come On: The Complete Imperial Recordings by Earl King released in 2003. Find album reviews, track lists, credits, awards and more at AllMusic.

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Earl_KingEarl King - Wikipedia

    In 1960, Dave Bartholomew invited King to record for Imperial Records. [3] In sessions for that label, he was backed by a host of musicians, including Bob French, George French, James Booker, and Wardell Quezergue. It was at this label he recorded his signature songs "Come On" and "Trick Bag". [3]

  4. Listen to Come On: The Complete Imperial Recordings on Spotify. Earl King · Album · 2003 · 17 songs.

  5. 1 de nov. de 2006 · After stints at Savoy, Specialty and Ace Records, where he had his biggest hit "Those Lonely, Lonely Nights," Earl King was approached by producer Dave Bartholomew to sign with the Imperial label, home of New Orleans hit-machine Fats Domino.

  6. 15 de jul. de 2016 · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 2016 CD release of "Come On - Imperial Records Years" on Discogs.

  7. 17 de nov. de 2003 · That is the subject of a new complete exploration on Okra Tone/Rooster Records. Included on this retrospective are King’s Imperial hits “Come On (Parts 1 and 2)” (also known as “Let the Good Times Roll,” the motto of New Orleans), “Trick Bag” and “Always a First Time.”