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As legend has it, Elvis Presley liked to listen to music through the night until dawn, and when asked who he listened to in particular he said "ever heard of a cat named Ronnie Hawkins?" Famed for his hits with Roulette 'Forty Days' and 'Mary Lou', he formed Ronnie Hawkins and the Hawks, the members of whom later carried on without him as the Band. By the time 'The Hawk' album was released in 1979, the Band had packed it in, but their old mentor Ronnie Hawkins was still filling the bars and clubs. Robbie Robertson had swung a record deal for Ronnie with United Artists and when his old friend Don Tyson invited him to come on down to the chicken ranch in Arkansas and cut the record there, Ronnie jumped at the chance. This album is a little more country, softer rockabilly in places than his snapping, leaping, red-hot rock and roll of the early sixties but the first and last cuts do flash-back to some good time classic rock.

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1) South in New Orleans
2) Shelter of Your Eyes
3) Something's Been Making Me Blue
4) Pledging My Love
5) Sick and Tired
6) Elvira
7) Blue Moon of Kentucky
8) Ain't That Lovin' You Baby
9) My Babe
10) Let It Rock

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Hawk | Ronnie Hawkins