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Saxophonist and bandleader, 1950–; began career as a session man behind Billy Lee Riley, Brad Suggs, Warren Smith, Jerry Lee Lewis, and others at Sun Records and Fernwood Records, late 1950s; joined Bill Blacks Combo, 1959; recorded for Hi Records as a solo act, 1961-74; recorded for London, Gusto, Wirl, and several smaller labels,1975-95; worked as a session man in Nashville, 1975-95; nominated for a Grammy for his 1975 instrumental version of “Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain,” 1975; toured via cruise ships and recorded for his own RMD label, 2000–.
21. —Kelly Winters Brazilian Girls • 29 When Zemler asked why, Ford replied, “Every band makes the same record it seems. We just didn’t want to do that. ” The album garnered them a barrage of praise from critics, as well as more offers of contracts from several labels. The Bronx Hardcore punk band H ardcore punk band The Bronx are a quintet of musicians from Los Angeles. They have released three self-titled albums. Although their music is considered punk, member Joby Ford told Emily Zemler in the Eagle, “Punk hasn’t existed for roughly 20 years.
The album had modest sales, but according to Amter, it may have set the stage for the band to cross over to the mainstream. Sciubba told him, “I can’t say it was a conscious decision. ” In 2008 Brazilian Girls released New York. On this release, the group had become a trio, working without For the Record . . M embers include: Didi Gutman, keyboards; Aaron Johnston, drums; Jesse Murphy, bass; Sabina Sciubba, vocals. Group formed in 2003; released Brazilian Girls (2005); Talk to La Bomb (2006); New York (2008).