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Despite the claim of having written more than five thousand songs, Dicky Williams has recorded works have been some somewhat sporadic since
its inception in 1960, but, like London buses, if you wait long enough, two come together. With a country album
waiting backstage blues project with Ken Massey Group at its end, Dicky Williams is ready to be back in a big

Born Snow Hill, North Carolina January 6, 1938, Williams said Dicky basement of his early years as a singer and
Pianist … I was a professional singer in the U.S. Army but really started singing when I was about six or seven years –
My mother taught me to sing country & Western. When I'm in the army I needed musicians to entertain. I could not play
below, and you really could not sing well, but I raised my hand anyway. And they said Mr. Williams, you can play and I said yes
sir. I lied! My father played a little piano, but it was not an expert and I could not play a note. I had a friend of mine named Dalton
Chicago. He said he hired, but you can not play and I said, I know, but you can if you have to teach. So
He learned to play Blueberry Hill by Fats Domino, then I I graduated from Blue Monday, also Fats Domino. As I went on tour
Germany – What began Nuremberg – I learned to play Got A Woman by Ray Charles. These three songs that took me all
Europe! Fats Domino and Ray Charles were definitely my influences and Dalton was a good teacher. I tried some
things, but that wouldn ¹ t let me. Yet, when I started playing the piano could use only two fingers – but has got three!

Dicky laughed as he recounted his vision to play the piano, but it was enough to inspire to start writing songs. I
learn to play piano one weekend is when I started, and in recent years I written many songs, much more. I wrote more
five thousand.

Its fate in the U.S. Army, Dicky Williams moved Washington DC where he met the producer, Bill Boskent, I sought
hire a pianist and was not bothered by Dicky ¹ s limited dexterity. Boskent Bill was director of Lloyd Price, he advised. I
was about twenty years, I guess. They prepared recording Stagger Lee by Lloyd Price. He was beaten for a year or two, so
I needed a new record. The bill says, how Lloyd would like to meet? I said, I would like to know Lloyd, he said, come
see how we do it. So I said, okay, it was a interesting experience for me and I went and saw it was a
suggestion. I said, well, people have done things to from a horn, two horns things all the time I think they should put more horns
They said, how three or four? I said no, we're going to do something different, I think you should put in ten years! Everyone thought
it was crazy – I I was mad at that time. Everyone thought I was out of my head, but Bill asked if we could do that. He said, wait,
hear what he said. By what he heard and said, well, let's see if we can get the tape of Ray Charles. And Ray Charles arrived
band and the Raelets to make the background. Thus Stagger Lee went that way.

Dicky continued: He worked with the bill As a pianist, which is what took me two or three fingers. I said, I can not play them
things. He said, go and do the best we can. And as I played, I sang. He says he can sing this song and I said, I can sing
I can play better. And he given another song to sing and sing. He said: Why not me you said you were a singer instead
hang and do nothing. I want to produce a document [which]. The result was a novelty track which had Boskent writing
Right Na Na T and appeared on Johnny Vincent Jackson Wine Label Mississippi in 1960. On the other hand, this
What makes you think, Dicky said: You know why, I do not remember this song. I definitely did not write.

Mentioned in the introductory paragraph the limited version of the product, Dicky breed poorly documented, excavation
the facts have not always been carried out on fertile soil. continue working, dating from 1974 and again with Johnny Vincent
umbrellas – Ace on the label – is appeared throughout the United Kingdom Westside 2-CD, Curiosities, published in 2000 (and reviewed in Issue 19).
Three individual extent of the gap, Dicky remembered as when the titles were for him. First, Deception Hill, a statement of commitment … It
wine type of principles, '61, I think. This song sent me in Nashville, but I can not remember the name of the man right now.
Another single, which started True Love w / w Oh dreamer, appeared in Metro, considered Dicky (piano) and Williams
Wisermen. It is between 60 and 63, I think, probably closer to 63. The Wisermen two gentlemen who sang
clovers. They said, you need information about this song and I said, okay come and go with me. And they have another type
a third man named Chester. Dicky was not able to date more output, Ride the Wind, but made his debut on the label, Flashback, her own
Print subsequently repeated twice more. I re-recorded this song, because, he says. (It was published in

Dicky also devoted to production in the sixties, mostly working for almost five years in Washington DC
Ruby Johnson, a native of North Carolina man, for their work for V-Tone label and Duncan NEBS ever. Ruby was born in Virginia
Beach recalled. That ¹ s where I met and started training. She worked in a restaurant at the weekend
and she did the hair of the week. She could sing well, but was afraid to register. She said, you can not register
well. I said, I'll teach him. I worked with her in everything she did until we arrived in Memphis Stax Records, and wrote most part of
his material well. Never Duncan, who died. Winfield Parker also produced. I produced a record called the
Call Me Mister Clean [Ru-Jac].

1974, found Dicky back to the wax of his own with two women, a compressor-soul drops with organ, guitar and backed by bronze
Our Man tells the story of being torn between his wife and his wife, both oh-so-good to make a choice is impossible. As
I wanted this record, "said Dicky. I had no money to do it myself and Ace said everything should be done. I
said, well, this album will probably sell a million copies, if we go to press. So [The boss Ace, Johnny Vincent] said: Well, we
I am, I let him have it – and the album was a great success. Furthermore the conduct of the tug, Do you have a good thing goin ', Dicky
three sides declined further under the agreement with Ace: Waiting in line for the gas, Holiday Inn and I'll be in the foot, but without
were suspended because of the age difference of opinion between the older artist and the record company on financial matters. Not only
Johnny, Johnny was a good guy, Dicky remembered. I really liked him, I met him, shook my hand. Johnny is not
one. Never received payment of any registration of the company. So whenever possible, I always my own records. I told my
woman, perhaps somewhere how a person may be right, but I've never been paid. You can not blame Johnny.

The spirit I will stand for the fact see the light of day with women in black label Shirbam. I do knew that
Dicky said, but if he left would have been about 1978. [U.S. label in 1975.] My problem is that I record
¹ t songs but I have enough money to stay with them. I can not blame anyone, because everyone is trying to
money over the best way fast they can. And I am blessed that everything you put my voice seems to sell.

Waiting in line gas, with sweeteners and the Holiday Inn, with a strong woman and eco-support (which sounds like
themes saved in the room at the inn!) explored who return to work Dicky more than a decade later … gas line, in particular,
a picture of two ways. Put maybe the letters were a little rough, Dicky said: I think it might be
earlier, but not in the sense that, at that time it was really a gas line in the Ensemble. But no one would accept
the record of what he said. When I write, I try to maintain over time. And I wrote a song called from the pain
Lane haven ¹ t gas released yet, but I think it will be in one of my CDs. Today lyrics are very explicit, but writing
what I hear people talking and, of course, is what sells. Take my song, back pussy [a table lyrical slow
Blues, published in Album 1989 of the CMC, in your face, then, 45], they have released an update and click Next. They were
with a concert in Birmingham, Alabama, when I heard it, I did not even know you were out. In fact, I said, do not do that, I
wrote that just for fun. They said, OK, but when I got home, the next thing I heard the album was released. Birmingham called me
and said we want you to come and perform their new hit. I said, it hit? They said: Come Back hell. I said, how
I get paid? They said that if you come here and sing a song that we're going $ 1,500. I
said, I'm on my way!

Dicky Backfire reactivated the label in 1978 and 1986 album, Triple Dyn-O-Mite and Red Coat, Blue & White Whisky
Lights, respectively. Recorded in Washington DC, in a study entitled Rodell in Georgetown, said. There was also a
issued in 1984 that Sirco Touch You coupling and trying to do – which was also registered in Washington DC. Small bird
more: In fact, I have a new record at this point that I don ¹ t have communicated However, Bata red, white and whiskey
blue lights and it will my country and western album. When I had before, then that was the only country Y
Western song on this album, but I done since then – my wife harassed me so much! – I went ahead and I
on a country [all] and album of the West.

The original 1986 Red Dress … album included the song in the same motel, despite published the same year in a
Backfire 45 and the album same name was proposed, according to the label, but unissued. In the motel itself must be
distinction appear only on the four stamps in the same suit and in the short term. Our man in room 103 and he realizes that
nice screams coming 104-room belonging to his mistress. (Ah, but what are you doing there in the first place?) A simple but
Song efficient, rational structure, both bad and inch gold label – Belonged to gentlemen in Georgia. – Also
promoted as A-side, while the CMC label Ichiban-distributed and the cat back above. The
CMC album cover, on its face, is also included Fat Girls, which was published in a finger of individual gold and led
along the Passion Midnight Banda, including cousins Dicky, Pye Williams and Phil Williams on guitar and bass, respectively –
They are both now died. – And himself on keyboards Dicky. (To add to the complexity of the label, the album red dress …
appeared in poor countries and Backfire!)

A second album was released by CMC – Dicky was not able to advise what the letters represented CMC – in 1991. Downtempo
Like rooms – very subtle, compared with people like Marvin Sease and Chuck Roberson that emerged from
that time – was chosen as two of 45 and album (title), while the latter also had more stories in the intensive Dicky lost my
A woman and a woman slowly warm Charter, a soldier. Hurt You The Wrong Man, "continued the general taste South
Overall, unfortunately, this time at midnight Passion band was missing and programming to the agenda, resulting
effectiveness is largely lost. Not, however, with man is the full album, which came four years later
Ichiban great (Blues) label. Very worth the wait, in the way we the passionate soul ballad, Live To Love You,
cor-compatible, beer downtempo Drinking Man Fall Out Of Love, with hints of country and knock.
Indeed, their tour of the most comprehensive, complete Grown Man should seek to ensure the name Dicky Williams was up there with
best of them, but clearly, no Ichiban to release albums as well as I should. Dicky agreed. I agree, but
has financial problems and some people left. The same old problems, I guess.

Undeterred, he returned a year later Dicky with a new company, where should I … without my wife?, The bald eagle, which
among the fifteen subjects, always in the same motel and Te I want for breakfast and, with it rolling sonar My Bells
ensure the language a bit more common in the cheek. Bald eagle, which was my label, "he said. That's what I do. These records and be cut
good records and I'm going to make enough money so that you can continue to feed my wife, because she is so beautiful
person she is with me in everything I do. So I have to earn enough money to maintain a pleasant place to live and maintain a car
unity, then Keep the front and off. I can do enough to support my expenses for a year or two and then I'll cut a little more and do
the same.

When not recording, Dicky is always the interpreter and the ideal would be a shoe in some European festivals of soul blues.
I really want to return to Europe if I am, "he said. The last time I was there in '96 in Paris in Meridian. It was a
the perfect place.

At that time, as well as country and western album, Dicky is busy filling his collaboration with guitarist Ken Massey
should be billed as the salt and pepper as Dicky Williams, Ken Massey Group. (Massey described the election
Salt and pepper ¹ ³ As … a play on the ongoing dialogue – track! – In the community of blues blues from black with blue eyes) [Note:.
Following this item to print the documents held by CDS agreed statement I'm back] This is the blues
because some of my friends and he wanted do a little blues, Dicky advised. This album will be one of my biggest
Albums. Ken introduced me to another great friend, an extraordinary man youth under the name of Billy Dee. He called me
Said, I have a type I you know, he loves the Lord as they do. And I had done my country and Album of the West
That is, if this guy can do anything. It is a great musician, I think it would work well together. So I went to him and we
been understood as two drops of water. I'm sure we'll be finished within three to four months. We are not running
and Ken can not run because it does not allow you to run it. It is so effective at what he does and wants all is good
right. It's just like that and I am glad he is.

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