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Curtis Gordon
Born:  July 27, 1928
Died:  May 2, 2004
WKAB Mobile, AL
WKTG Thomasville, GA
WMGA Moultrie, GA

About The Artist

Curtis Gordon was known as "Mr. Personality" and could be heard over WALA-TV every Monday night at 7:00pm in Mobile, Alabama. Back then, he was on the Mercury record label and was known to be quite a flashy dresser, with a western wardrobe to rival most Hollywood cowboys. He did a west cosast tour they said that was so well received that he could do it again anytime.

Credits & Sources

  • Cowboy Songs No. 39 (February 1955); American Folk Publications, Inc.; Derby, CT.

Recordings (78rpm/45rpm)

 
Mercury
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  70538 A Chopsticks Mambo
  70538 B Don't Trade
  70648 A Blue Lifetime
  70648 B Baby, Please Come Home
  71121 A Sixteen
  71121 B Cry, Cry
 
Mercury / Starday
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  71183 A I Wouldn't
  71183 B Please Baby Please
 
RCA Victor
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  20-5062 A The Greatest Sin
  20-5062 B You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet
  20-5182 A If You Tell Me One More Lie
  20-5182 B What's A Little Pride
  20-5356 A Rocky Road Of Love
  20-5356 B Rompin' And Stompin
  20-5461 A I Just Don't Love You Anymore
  20-5461 B Where'd You Get So Much Of
  20-5550 A Little Bo-Peep
  20-5550 B Tell 'Em No
  20-5639 A I'd Do It For You
  20-5639 B You Crazy, Crazy Moon
  20-5760 A (Not Legible)
  20-5760 B Caffeine And Nicotine
  20-5818 A Baby, Baby Me
  20-5818 B I'd Like To Tell You