Blanchard Edgar feat. Prince Royals

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    Edgar Blanchard was born in Grossetete, Louisiana 1929. A guitarist and band leader, he was certainly one of the most talented, popular, and well-respected guitarists in New Orleans from the late 1940’s into the 1960’s. But he did not do very much recording under his own name. By 1947 he was in charge of the resident band at the Down Beat Club on Rampart Street, with Roy Brown as one of the vocalists. Blanchard’s most well-known band was the Gondoliers. Under the direction of Paul Gayten, Blanchard also made many recording dates in New Orleans during that period for artist signed to Chess or related labels, such as Ediie Bo, Bobby Charles, Clarence Frogman Henry, and Gayten himself. In 1958, Blanchard and at least some of the Gondoliers cut a single for ARgo (Chess), ’Loud Mouth Annie” b/w ”Heavean Or Heartbreak”, which was released in the name of Myles & Dupont, who were pianist Warren Myles and saxophonist, Augut Dimes Dupont, who wrote and sang the tunes…

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