1. The Flash Records Story (MP3), MP3 (£) Charlie Reynolds was just one of many black entrepreneurs in s Los Angeles who started his own independent record company, hoping to cash in on America’s post-war rhythm and blues juggernaut.
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  3. “The Flash Records Story” contains nearly every Flash release – most of them on CD for the first time – along with a few tracks that remained in the can. Gutbucket aficionados will love the blues trio of Sidney Maiden, Haskell Sadler and Bee Brown, not to mention singer-guitarist Frank Patt with pianist Gus Jenkins’ band, and sassy blues thrushes Sheryl Crowley and Mamie Jenkins.
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  5. The Flash Record Story, Popular Platters - Recorded And Retailed CD 1: B. Brown And His Rockin' McVouts - Good Woman Blues () Haskell Sadler - Gone For Good () Sidney Maiden - Hurry, Hurry, Baby () B. Brown And His Rockin' McVouts - Mambo For Dancers () Sidney Maiden - Everything Is Wrong () Haskell Sadler - Do Right Mind ().
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  7. His Dad, a butcher and his Mom, obedient house wife. His Dad was popular amongst the townsfolk. Larger than life; he joked and laughed with everyone. but I feel the first four chapters are their own little story. The story from here has a very different feel as the boys settle into the dating game. “Anyone in their right mind would.
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