8 thoughts on “ Scorpio - Ted Hawkins - The Best Of Ted Hawkins (Cassette) ”

  1. Happy Hour is an album by Ted Hawkins. It was released in Track listing. All tracks composed by Theodore Hawkins, Jnr.; except where indicated "Bad Dog" "Happy Hour" (Dave Mackechnie, Steve Gillette) "Don't Make Me Explain It" "The Constitution" "My Last Goodbye" "You Pushed My Head Away" "Revenge of Scorpio" "California Song".
  2. Aug 18,  · The songs were varied, often quirky and strangely catchy; Hawkins’ guitar-playing was rudimentary but his voice was superb harsh yet vulnerable, and full of raw emotion. Ted was in his fifties by then the final decade of his life. He was a big man from Mississippi who had lived the hard life of poverty, crime and heroin addiction.
  3. The second best result is Ted H Hawkins age 70s in Solsberry, IN. They have also lived in Nevada, IA. Ted is related to Connie C Hawkins and Chris J Hawkins as well as 1 additional person. Select this result to view Ted H Hawkins's phone number, address, and more.
  4. Ted Hawkins has a very soulful voice. Most tracks are without the accompaniment of a band which is how it should be for an artist like this. For those who are exploring his music for the first time, in my humble opinion, this is the best place to start/5(14).
  5. Apr 18,  · Ted Hawkins - The Good and the Bad - Duration: BB King Called This His Best Live Performance - Duration: David Hoffman 14,, views. How To Form.
  6. Directed by Janice Engel. With Ted Hawkins. A documentary of the greatest singer you have never heard. Contains live performances of Ted.
  7. Oct 23,  · Ted Hawkins never got his due in life or music, yet retained his optimism until he passed away at the early age of His relentless positivity can be heard from this ebullient collection of respectful artists. Remember Hawkins’ albums– Watch Your Step () and .
  8. Ted Hawkins, Category: Artist, Albums: Cold and Bitter Tears: Essential Recordings, The Next Hundred Years, The Next Hundred Years, Happy Hour, Watch Your Step, Top Tracks: Sorry You're Sick, Stop Your Crying, Bring It Home Daddy, Biloxi, Peace & Happiness, Biography: Overseas, he was a genuine hero, performing for thousands. But on his L.A. home turf, sand-blown Venice Beach served as Ted.

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