Mighty mo Rodgers
THIS IS MY NEW SOUL RECORD…TO A WONDERFUL TIME, WHEN BLACKS AND WHITES CAME TOGETHER TO DO MAGIC.
IN MEMPHIS BLACKS AND WHITES COULD NOT GO TO THE SAME SCHOOL…BUT MUSIC…SOUL MUSIC BROUGHT THEM TOGETHER.
ART BRIDGES BARRIERS OF RACE, CLASS AND COLOR….YES INDEED
I GOT TWO OF THE GREATEST SOUL MUSICIANS PLAYING ON THREE SONGS. (Recorded way back in 1974!)
STEVE CROPPER AND THE LATE GREAT, DONALD “DUCK” DUNN…produced by BOOKER T JONES.
THREE MEMBERS OF BOOKER T AND THE MGs….THE FORTH BEING THE GREAT DRUMMER AL JACKSON. I have Willie Hall, who took his place playing drums. It was a magical time for me.
MY 2020 (PERFECT VISION)…TOUR STARTS IN FEBRUARY of next year.
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“The Ghost Of Highway 61”
From my cd “Mud ‘N Blood: A Mississippi Blues Tale”
On iTunes and CDBaby
Will be available on iTunes international for Europe soon.
“Blues Is A Woman Woe Is A Man” from “Disparches From The Moon”
This song kind of got lost but I love what it implies.
I wrote it after hearing what George Carlin said about men and women.
He said “Men are fools and women are crazy…and women are crazy because men are fools.” Indeed.
M Mo Rodgers -keys/vocals
Burleigh Drummond -drums
Smiley Lang -bass
Steve Guillory -guitar
Dick Aven -flute
Iman Burks -featured vocalist
I recorded this “live” in Paris, France
I will return to Jazz Club Eloile, in Paris next year on March 24th and 25th. .
Come to Paris and hear me do “Black Paris Blues”
While for white Americans London is the #1 for tourist destination,
for black Americans Paris is the #1 tourist destination.…
“HAVE YOU SEEM THE AMERICAN DREAM”
These are trying times and my new video speaks to what America means to me…..inclusiveness. What makes America great? In this song I try to answer that question.