Jim Rorie | One More For the Ditch

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One More For the Ditch

by Jim Rorie

Jim Rorie has a Maverick mix of Blues and Country and the lyrics in the songs that he has written tell you that he has paid his dues.
Genre: Country: Country Blues
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1. One More For the Ditch
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2. Sears & Roebuck Silvertone
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3. These Old Bars
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4. L. A. County Line
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5. Destin Dreams
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6. The Gypsy In Me
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7. Back To Mississippi
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8. Downtown Juarez
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9. Comin' Along Just Fine
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10. Blue Texas Moon
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11. I Want To Play the Palomino
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12. Life
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Jim Rorie is a north Mississippi Delta Blues man. The early years took him all over the country and after playing blues clubs in Chicago and Los Angeles, he settled in Memphis, the Home of the Blues.

The nightclub scene in Memphis was thriving in the early 1960's and Jim Rorie, as the leader of a group called "Daddy Rube and the Renegades", played them all. His maverick mix of Blues, Rock & Roll and Country was a perfect fit.

Some say you have to live the blues to understand them. Jim has paid his dues. Listen to the lyrics in the songs he has written and you can tell that he has lived them. He's been a rebel without a cause, a renegade and a rounder. One thing has always been apparent..... Jim's love for music, especially the blues.


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roland bowman

damn jim and boyz got me in that escape place i needed to leave here do it ag
damn jim u got me drinkin again just after aa meeting its worth it listening to this

JukeBox Robert

Bitter Sweet
Check out Jim's newest album, The Mother Road".
It's his greatest work to date. "Bitter Sweet", if only Sinatra were still with us to hear this one.
Go Jim

Jukebox Robert

What about that 53 Buick painted green?