- Performer Jim Ratliff
- Title The First Bouquet
- Style Country
- Other formats AUD MP4 FLAC AC3 AU WMA AA
- Genre World & Folk & Country
- Size MP3 1920 mb
- Size FLAC 1517 mb
- Rating: 4.9
- Votes: 526
Bo Ratliff (born James Richard Ratliff in 1933 in Logan County, West Virginia) was a rockabilly and country music singer of the 1950s and 1960s. Ratliff has also recorded under the name Jim Ratliff. His first record was a rockabilly record as "Bo Ratliff and Country Kinfolk" for rockabilly singer Clay Eager's Karl Records out of Springfield, Ohio in 1959. A year later, he released a record on O. Bo. Records which was a Hatfield-Ratliff Production
Ratliff has also recorded under the name Jim Ratliff. Records which was a Hatfield-Ratliff Production. The song "The Politician" was listed on the record as being written by Bill and Bo (Bill Hatfield and Bo Ratliff). Ratliff recorded for CLW Records, which was distributed by Arrow Enterprises out of Indianapolis, Indiana. Ratliff recorded this with The Jordanaires as his back up vocalists. In 2006 Ratliff, his three daughters, and two granddaughters released an album called A Little Good News. The band name is Bo and the Ribbons. This gospel group had recently performed at Mt. Olivette Christian Church in Bloomington, Indiana on August 29, 2009.
Ratliff turned professional in 1980 and won the WBC and lineal cruiserweight titles with a decision win over Carlos De León in 1985. He lost the belt in his first defense to Bernard Benton via decision the same year. In September 1986, Ratliff was stopped in the second round by Mike Tyson, who went on to become the youngest ever world heavyweight champion in his next fight. Ratliff retired in 1989 after a TKO loss to Lee Roy Murphy. Professional boxing record. 1-0. "Modern Fireman" Jim Flynn. Flynn knocked out at 2:11 of the first round. Book: Alfonso Ratliff.
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9 Followers, 18 Following. Short-haired, brown tabby cat ("Doppel") on back porch; last seen 11/12/2012 by Jim Ratliff. 2012 03 11 Beige Siamese-ish cat with blue collar by Jim Ratliff.
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