JAMES CURTIS AND THE MADISSON, Madison Go!, 1962

By 1962 everybody was doing the Madison. Even the Rockers. James Curtis and the Madisons (On side 1 they are The Madisons and on side 2 they are The Madisson, probably a spelling error) were a Rock`n`Roll group from Brussels, Belgium and on their first record they saved the Madison from completely  going soft. They even Ma-ssh- Potatoé pretty hard…

If you like these James Curtis songs you can find some more over on the fabulous TWIST AND FRIT blog.

JAMES CURTIS AND THE MADISSON, Madison Go!, 1962

JAMES CURTIS AND THE MADISSON, The Mashed Potato Stomp, 1962

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5 Comments on “JAMES CURTIS AND THE MADISSON, Madison Go!, 1962”

  1. Ernest Arnau i Calafell says:

    Friendship 100% R&R

  2. ROY GUBB says:

    Hi, l have the record 7″ JAMES CURTIS AND THE MADISONS NO-NO TWIST. do you know anything about JOHN ALLARD on the vogue label. Regards

  3. mischalke04 says:

    I´m sorry but I don´t know anything about that record. Maybe ask the very cool Belgian Twist And Frit’ blog…

  4. John ALLARD says:

    Hello,
    My name is John ALLARD, I was a singer in de 60’s, I think Roy GUBB is surching one of my records.
    If it’s possible to send him my E-mail adress so we could have some contacts together.
    Thank you.
    Regards,
    John

    # ROY GUBB Says:
    March 1, 2010 at 7:04 pm

    Hi, l have the record 7″ JAMES CURTIS AND THE MADISONS NO-NO TWIST. do you know anything about JOHN ALLARD on the vogue label. Regards

  5. mischalke04 says:

    Dear John,

    thanks for leaving a comment here. Your Vogue single seems to be very interesting. I´d love to hear your music. When I googled it, the only thing I found is a play-list of “Radio Ungawa”, a Rock´n´Roll radio show from Hamburg done by record collector Gummel. He played “Je veux dormir” on his show.

    I wrote Roy Gubb and sent him your Email adress.

    Best wishes
    Andreas


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