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  Joe Tex - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Joe Tex (born Joseph Arrington Jnr, in Baytown, Texas, on 8 August 1933; died in Navasota, Texas, on 13 August 1982) was an American soul singer most popular during the 1960s and 1970s.
Releases on King, Ace and the Anna labels were derivative and disappointing, but Tex meanwhile honed his songwriting talent.
Although early releases showed promise, it was not until 1965 that Tex prospered.
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 NationMaster.com - Encyclopedia: Joe Tex
Joe had been a long-time admirer of country music, especially tunes that were essentially morality narratives.
Joe began to write a series of folksy little sermons: some on the state of the world, but mostly on man's responsibility to women.
Joe Tex's best-known hits include "Hold On To What You've Got" and "Skinny Legs and All." He recorded an album of country and western songs, "South Country" that sold well and drew strong reviews.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Joe-Tex   (996 words)

 Tex Avery - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tex Avery was born to George Walton Avery (June 8, 1867 - January 14, 1935) and Mary Augusta "Jessie" Bean (1886 - 1931) in Taylor, Texas.
Tex Avery's last original cartoon for MGM was Cellbound, completed in 1953 and released in 1955.
Tex Avery is interred in Forest Lawn Memorial Park at Hollywood Hills in Los Angeles, California.
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 Joe Tex: Reviews, Discography, Audio Clips, and more ||| Music.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Joe Tex [+] made the first Southern soul record that also hit on the pop charts ("Hold What You've Got," in 1965, made number five in Billboard).
Tex was born Joseph Arrington in Rogers, TX, in 1933, and displayed his vocal talent quickly, first in gospel, then in RandB.
Tex made his mark by preaching over tough hard soul tracks, clowning at some points, swooping into a croon at others.
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 Pop Thought -- Mike Gold
Now as then, Joe’s work goes straight for the gut, pulls me into his characters and leaves no doubt as to how each feels about the space he or she occupies within the story.
Joe has continued in the medium and, lately, has been best known for two collaborations with his wife Muriel: The Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art, and the infinite number of Kubert Kids who seem to produce the lion’s share of the nation’s better comics output these days.
But even at 78 Joe’s work as a storyteller has been as strong as ever in several graphic novels over the past decade, including the hard firsthand look at the realities of modern day warfare in Fax From Sarajevo and his gut-wrenching account of the Warsaw ghetto uprising, Yossel April 19, 1943.
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 ::www.cbiexpeditions.com - news update::
Joe was an AVG pilot in the 1st Squadron (Adam and Eve), and then went on to fly 150 missions over the Hump with CNAC, after the AVG was disbanded.
Joe and his co-pilot, Ridge Hammel, were among the very few airmen to survive a walkout from high in the Himalayas, after crashing CNAC 58 in NE India on April 7, 1943.
Tex, in spite of his busy schedule was able to spare some time for us as he reminisced about his ‘old haunts’ in Yunnan and Burma.
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 Joe Tex Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Joe Tex put in many years of hard work in the music business before finally meeting with success as a pop singer in the mid-to-late 60's.
Joe was a talented singer who met with little commercial success for quite some time, but all the while he was developing his songwriting skills and becoming an accomplished stage performer.
Joe Tex began recording for Dial under the direction of Killen, and finally things began to happen.
www.tsimon.com /tex.htm   (460 words)

 "I Gotcha"
Buddy was sure he could help Joe find a successful formula, even though it might take a while to develop.
It was the first of two dozen such songs Tex would place on the charts over the rest of the decade.
Joe Tex did return, however, and as Joe Tex. In 1977, he had one final hit, a comedy record called "Ain't Gonna Bump No More (With No Big Fat Woman)." It reached #12 on the pop charts and #7 on the R&B charts.
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Joe Tex commença à enregistrer en 1955 pour la même marque que James Brown : King.
JOE TEX enregistre depuis 1955 (sur King, Ace, Anna, Jalynne, Checker, Parrot, Atlantic, Dial) mais il est encore pratiquement inconnu en France.
Attention, Joe Tex n'est pas un imitateur de James Brown, il s'agit-là d'un style fort répandu chez les Noirs et il se trouve que Joe et James ont des timbres de voix semblables.
jpp-product.club.fr /joe_tex.htm   (460 words)

 Handbook of Texas Online: ARRINGTON, JOSEPH, JR.
Joe Tex, Yusef Hazziez], African-American soul singer, son of Joseph Arrington, Sr., and Cherie (Jackson), was born at Rogers, Texas, on August 8, 1935.
In songs and ballads, in particular, he slowed the tempo slightly and started "rapping," that is, speaking verse that told the story in the middle of the song, before repeating the refrain and ending the song.
The biggest hits of Joe Tex included "Hold On To What You Got," "Papa Was Too," "Skinny Legs and All," and "South Country," an album of Country and Western songs; his biggest seller was "I Gotcha," which went platinum (made 1,000,000 sales) in 1971.
www.tsha.utexas.edu /handbook/online/articles/view/AA/farqe.html   (561 words)

 Deep Groove Encyclopedia - Joe Tex
Few performers could light up a crowd like Joe Tex. This pillar of soul was born Joseph Arrington in 1933; he chose Tex as his stage name to give recognition to his Texas roots.
For all his success on the soul charts, there was more than a hint of country in Joe Tex. His frequent topics of infidelity and familiy life were common country themes, his sessions were recorded with country and soul musicians, and country music legend Buddy Killen served as his producer.
When Tex returned to the stage, he scored the biggest hit of his career with the very funky "I Gotcha." At the height of the song's popularity, he again quit the music business to focus on preaching, changing his name to Joseph Haaziz.
www.allthingsdeep.com /dge/tex.htm   (393 words)

 Joe Tex Album Guide
Joe is on a roll with his sermonizing, with songs that preach to the lazy ("you can't keep up with Mrs.
Joe came back hard and heavy with this one...the hit was "Ain't Gonna Bump No More With No Big Fat Woman," and you get the long version here (the band keeps vamping on that mysterious minor chord while Joe gets away with some outlandish ad-libs).
Joe was impressed enough to write the liner notes, but for me this album doesn't really go past being "interesting." Good to hear once, but...
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 Joe Tex; The Rap on Joe Tex.
That's not to say Tex - born in Rogers and named Joseph Arrington on Aug. 8, 1935 - is associated in most people's mind with Rogers.
Morthland said Joe Tex's contributions to modern music are impressive on the surface, but even more so in retrospect.
He added that Joe Tex possessed a "fl preacher's ability to bring a laugh with his moralism, but plain old country horse sense was his truest guide."
www.texasescapes.com /ClayCoppedge/Joe-Tex.htm   (592 words)

 Joe tex - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
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 detail   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Soul singer Joe Tex -- famous for the song "Skinny Legs" -- died Friday, two days after suffering a heart attack at his home.
The singer, whose given name was Joseph Arrington Jr., used the stage name Joe Tex but in recent years adopted the Muslim name of Joseph Hazziez.
Tex began his career in the mid-1950s by winning a talent contest in his hometown of Baytown, Texas.
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 KUBERTSWORLD: TEX The Lonesome Rider
“Tex” was and still is so popular in Italy that some people there use to say that every true Italian family must treasure some of the “Tex” books in their home.
So, I introduced Joe to “Tex” and told him how much I was proud of it that my company handles and controls all the publishing rights to “Tex” in the entire world – outside Italy.
However, I must mention here that through the years of his work on “Tex” – when he was delivering installments of his original art to my office – Joe kept telling me how much he was enjoying working on it and how much he liked the script by Claudio Nizzi.
www.kubertsworld.com /texBook.html   (513 words)

 MP3: Joe Tex, You Better Get It, Hold What You've Got, restored from a heavily damaged vinyl LP by LP2CD
Joe Tex was born Joseph Arrington in 1934 in Texas (I don't have the exact town) He was raised in the church and his father was a minister, I believe.
A side note, Joe Tex was one of the ball bears of the Late, great Otis Redding funeral in 1967.
Some chat rooms that you can to and talk about Joe Tex and other musicians of his ilk is the Vintage Soul Club, which is a part of Yahoo chat room system.
www.lp2cd.com /time/60/60003.htm   (1178 words)

 joe-tex Mp3 Albums Review   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Tex, who died in 1982 at the age of 47, stepped out of the spotlight near the peak of his popularity after joining the Nation of Islam.
Joe Tex was not one to fluff up his recording sessions with unnecessary violins and other elaborate orchestration; all the cuts have the immediacy of a night club performance.
Joe "King" and "party in Texas" are spoken in the same breath.
www.mp3-find.com /albums_review_joe-tex.asp   (1231 words)

 Hold What You've Got by Joe Tex Songfacts
Tex was on the verge of having his contract with Dial Records torn up after three years of futility when label owner and producer Buddy Killen suggested on more try, but only if Tex agreed to follow Killen's instructions to the letter.
When Tex entered the studio to record this, he didn't have a melody yet, and he could barely speak with a hoarse voice.
Killen suggested that the words be matched to a gospel song, "Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty" to take advantage of the Christmas season, and when Tex failed to hit the high notes while trying to record the song, Killen suggested that he merely talk through the part with the high notes.
www.songfacts.com /detail.lasso?id=2261   (220 words)

 JOE TEX Rare Vinyl Records at Craig Moerer ~ Records By Mail | Used, Collectible, Vintage and Rare JOE TEX Vinyl ...
JOE TEX: all i could do was cry pt 2 / baby you're right
JOE TEX: from the roots came the rapper
JOE TEX: i'll never fall in love again pts.
www.recordsbymail.com /artistPage.php?artistFirst=JOE&artistLast=TEX   (134 words)

 Joe Tex: bio and encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Joe Tex (born Joseph Arrington) (1933 - 1982) was an American[For more, click on this link] soul soul music quick summary:
Soul music is a combination of rhythm and blues and gospel which began in the late 1950s in the united states....
Big joe williams (october 16, EHandler: no quick summary.
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 JR.com: Music / RandB / Atlantic Soul   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Tex was one of the best and most versatile of Southern soul...
Tex was one of the best and most versatile of Southern soul singers, one of the few who was able to survive into the disco era without...
Tex, whose style derived from gospel and country music, was one of the best and most versatile of...
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 Blues Bytes Flashback
Tex had two back-to-back Number One hits with "A Sweet Woman Like You" and "I Want To Do (Everything For You)," both of which are present here.
Sadly, Joe Tex passed away in 1982 after suffering a heart attack.
When the history of soul music is examined, Joe Tex will be recognized as one of it's elite pioneers, and his music will be listened to for decades to come.
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But Joe was the first to send in his answers, so he earned himself immunity from the next vote and a ticket into the final four.
I am voting for Joe because he deserves it and mainly because Gray is an a$$hole and has no brains.
Joe, the language you use when I speak with you makes me want to rip my arm off just to have something to throw at you.
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 Joe Tex MP3 Downloads - Joe Tex Music Downloads - Joe Tex Music Videos   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
If you're set on having the best available Joe Tex CD anthology and you already have the 1996 16-track Rhino comp The Very Best of Joe Tex, it might vex you to learn that all 16 of those songs are on this 25-song anthology, making the Rhino disc redundant should you decide to upgrade.
If you don't have a Joe Tex CD anthology yet, though, you're in luck, as this definitely supersedes others as the greatest-hits collection of choice.
Then there's 1968's "You Need Me Baby," in which Tex disses a stud who was the best athlete in town and left to become a big success, maintaining that he [Tex] is still a better catch for the woman whom the stud left behind, since he'll love her children.
www.mp3.com /albums/416661/summary.html   (451 words)

By 1954, he'd won a local talent contest and come to New York, where he recorded a variety of derivative (and endlessly repackaged) singles for King, some as a ballad singer, some as a Little Richard-style rocker.
Although early releases showed promise, it wasn't until 1965 that Tex prospered.
A convert to the Muslim faith since 1966, he changed his name to Yusuf Hazziez, and toured as a spiritual lecturer.
www.discomuseum.com /JoeTex.html   (239 words)

 Joe Tex : I've Got to Do a Little Better - Listen, Review and Buy at ARTISTdirect
Another rock-solid album from Joe Tex, I've Got To Do A Little Better was his third full-length release of 1966, but Tex showed no signs of slowing down or losing his breath on these twelve songs.
Buddy Killen's production is admirably malleable, knowing when to go for subtlety and when to rave on, and Tex's rich and passionate tenor rings out clear and true on each and every tune.
One of the very best albums of Tex's Southern soul period, I've Got To Do A Little Bit Better suggests the kind of care and careful thought that rarely went into LP's of the period, and it's well worth seeking out for fans.
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 Joe Tex MP3 Downloads - Joe Tex Music Downloads - Joe Tex Music Videos
It was followed by a herd more, most of which made the R&B charts, a few cracking the pop Top 40.
He was perhaps the most rustic and back-country of the soul stars, a role he played to the hilt by using turns of phrase that might have been heard on any ghetto street corner, "One Monkey Don't Stop No Show" the prototype.
His name is connected with hits by Elvis Presley, Joe Tex, and Roger Miller, among many others....
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 MyJoyOnline.com, Sports news - Joe Tex confident of Black Stars success   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Enyimba of Nigeria striker, Joe Tex Frimpong says he’s confident that the senior national team the Black Stars can qualify to the 2006 world cup tournament in Germany.
Joe Tex could earn his first cap for Ghana this Sunday when the Stars host Burkina Faso in a world cup qualifier.
Ghana opened her qualifying campaign with a 1-0 loss to Burkina Faso in Ouaggadou and Joe Tex is keen to avenge that defeat.
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