When Omnivore Recordings acquired Nighthawk Records they also gained a secret weapon in Leroy Jodie Pierson. Leroy had founded Nighthawk, co-produced most of the albums, wrote most of the liner notes, photographed the artists, and best of all, wanted to be involved in the revival of the label. Throughout his life, Pierson devoted himself to musical pursuits. Among his endeavors was production of blues shows and festivals, teaching blues classes at Washington University in St. Louis, helping form the Missouri Friends of the Folk Arts, hosting/DJ-ing radio shows, authoring books and recording his own music.
When Omnivore Recordings acquired Nighthawk Records they also gained a secret weapon in Leroy Jodie Pierson. Leroy had founded Nighthawk, co-produced most of the albums, wrote most of the liner notes, photographed the artists, and best of all, wanted to be involved in the revival of the label. Throughout his life, Pierson devoted himself to musical pursuits. Among his endeavors was production of blues shows and festivals, teaching blues classes at Washington University in St. Louis, helping form the Missouri Friends of the Folk Arts, hosting/DJ-ing radio shows, authoring books and recording his own music.
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Rusty Nail
Artist: Leroy Pierson Jodie
Format: CD
New: Available 16.98
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DISC: 1

1. Roll and Tumble
2. Little Boy Blue
3. Rusty Nail
4. Long Lonesome Road
5. Mole's Moan
6. Highway 61
7. Write Me a Few Lines
8. Easy Rider
9. Steel Guitar Rag
10. Catfish
11. Twenty Flight Rock (Bonus Track)
12. Don't Start Me Talkin' (Bonus Track)
13. Sweet Black Angel (Bonus Track)
14. Junko Partner (Bonus Track)
15. Far and Wide (Bonus Track)
16. Country Clown (Bonus Track)
17. You're Gonna Change (Or I'm Going To Leave) [Bonus Track]
18. Back Door Man (Bonus Track)
19. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl (Bonus Track)
20. Everybody Got To Change Sometime (Bonus Track)

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When Omnivore Recordings acquired Nighthawk Records they also gained a secret weapon in Leroy Jodie Pierson. Leroy had founded Nighthawk, co-produced most of the albums, wrote most of the liner notes, photographed the artists, and best of all, wanted to be involved in the revival of the label. Throughout his life, Pierson devoted himself to musical pursuits. Among his endeavors was production of blues shows and festivals, teaching blues classes at Washington University in St. Louis, helping form the Missouri Friends of the Folk Arts, hosting/DJ-ing radio shows, authoring books and recording his own music.