Robert Gordon (born March 29, 1947) is an American musician and actor, best known as a neo-rockabilly singer. Robert Gordon grew up in Bethesda, Maryland. At the age of nine, he was greatly inspired by the Elvis Presley song "Heartbreak Hotel" playing on radio and decided to pursue a career as a Rock & Roll musician at that young age. His influences included Gene Vincent, Jack Scott, Billy Lee Riley, Eddie Cochran and other notable rock 'n roll music artists of the period.
Robert James "Bob" Gordon is an American economist. He is the Stanley G. Harris Professor of the Social Sciences at Northwestern University. He is known for his work on productivity, growth, the causes of unemployment, and airline economics. Gordon graduated Magna Cum Laude with a . from Harvard University in 1962. He then attended Oxford University as a Marshall Scholar and received his .
1) Robert Gordon (b. 1947) grew up in Bethesda, . a suburb of Washington . Unlike many of his heroes, he had a relatively comfortable childhood.
The presence on the same album of the Jordanaires, the gospel trio best remembered as the backup singers of many of Elvis' RCA recordings, seemed to pull several strands out of rock & roll history together at once. Among the other classics out of the past that Gordon restored to the popular culture in new, riveting versions was "Black Slacks," an old hit by the Sparkletones, and "Sea Cruise" and "Bad Bo.
Robert Gordon is one of the original rockers! His version of the Beatles Little Girl is worth the cost of the CD. Very solid three piece combos and rhythms. Robert gordon sounds better (I think) than most original rock-a-billy artists. This CD is a perfect example. I Don't know how the bear family got their hands on IT, but god bless them.
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