Roy buchanan second album

Agnes Nixon created Erica Kane in the 1960s as part of the story bible for All My Children , a light-hearted soap opera focusing on social issues and young love. [7] Nixon unsuccessfully attempted to sell the series to NBC , then to CBS , and once again to NBC through Procter & Gamble . [8] With Procter & Gamble unable to make room for the new series in its line up, she put All My Children on hold. Nixon became head writer of Another World where she used the model of the Erica character to create a brand new character: Rachel Davis . Nixon said Rachel was Erica's "precursor to the public" but Rachel was a lower-class version. She detailed Rachel's goals as less "stratospheric" in nature since her primary motivation involved marrying Russ Mathews or a man with money while Erica wanted love, independence, and fame. "What Erica and Rachel have in common is they thought if they could get their dream, they'd be satisfied," Nixon said. "But that dream has been elusive." [9] [10]

In 1958, Buchanan made his recording debut accompanying Dale Hawkins (Buchanan played the solo on " My Babe ") for Chicago's Chess Records . [4] Two years later, during a tour through Toronto , Buchanan left Dale Hawkins to play for his cousin Ronnie Hawkins and tutor Ronnie's guitar player, Robbie Robertson . Buchanan plays bass on the Ronnie Hawkins single "Who Do You Love?" [ citation needed ] . Buchanan soon returned to the United States, and members of the Ronnie Hawkins' group later gained fame as the roots rock group The Band . [6]

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