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Saturday, March 24, 2012

Boogie The Joint - Hubert Robinson

Hubert Robinson had a two-year span as a blues vocalist on the Houston recording scene. His first record was released on Eddie's in 1949 under the name of Hubert Roberson and Orchestra. He moved to the Macy's label the next year and cut several sides for the label (two were unissued) up until the early part of 1951. His last record was waxed for the Jade label under the name Hubert Robinson and his Yardbirds. (Nope, not to be confused with the 1960's British Invasion group). In case you're wondering what exactly Hubert was answering to, please see the video on my channel of "Wintertime Blues" by Lester Williams, recorded in 1949. Robinson disappeared from the Houston blues scene after his last recordings.
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