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In 1971 when he began working on ' Deuce ', he decided on a different approach to the recording of his second album. His first album ' Rory Gallagher ', had a precise, organized sound. Rory was keen ' Deuce ' would capture the raw energy of a live performance. To achieve this, many of the sessions were recorded just before or immediately after gigs and production was kept to a minimum. The results were eclectic. 

In 2004, they were inducted into the Mississippi Musicians Hall of Fame. Their 1930 blues single "Sitting on Top of the World" was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2008.

Robert W Pittman Net Worth is $Million VN:F [_1171] deserves the money?
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Rating: / 5 (5 votes cast) Birth Date: 1953/12/28
Birth Place: Jackson, Mississippi, USA
Nationality: USA
Known For: MTV
Occupation: businessman
Spouse: Veronique Choa (graphic designer)1997 - Present
Robert Warren "Bob" Pittman (born 28 December 1953), is an American businessman and the founder of MTV. On October 2, 2011, Pittman was named CEO of Clear Channel Communications. Pittman has also been the CEO of MTV Networks, AOL, Six Flags Theme Parks, Quantum Media, Century 21 Real Estate and Time Warner Enterprises, and COO of America Online, Inc. and AOL Time Warner.
He has also been a radio and TV programmer, marketer, investor and media entrepreneur who has had multiple careers in a number of consumer-focused industries. According to Sean Parker, Pittman is the only media mogul whoa??s genuinely an entrepreneur.
Son of a Methodist minister, Pittman was born in Jackson, Mississippi, but raised in Brookhaven and became a radio announcer at the age of 15 to earn money for flying lessons. He was an announcer in a number of cities and then successfully programmed radio stations in Pittsburgh, Chicago and finally at the NBC flagship station, WNBC, in New York when he was 23 years old. He also produced and co-hosted a music video and news show in 1978 that ran on NBC's O&O television stations. He did learn to fly, and has been a pilot for almost 40 years: He now has over 5,000 flight hours; currently holds an Airline Transport Pilot's license for airplanes; and is rated for helicopters and 3 types of jets.
At MTV, he oversaw the creation and growth of MTV and the transition of Nickelodeon from a network geared to preschoolers to one aimed at older kids as well as overseeing the launches of VH-1 and Nick at Nite, and led the initial public offering for MTV Networks and its expansion into international markets. Under Pittman's leadership, MTV became the first profitable cable network; then-Time Warner Co-Chairman and Co-Chief Executive Officer Steve Ross also noted that MTV became the most profitable basic cable network during Pittman's tenure there. For his development of the MTV brand, Advertising Age selected Pittman in 2010 as one of the ten most influenti

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