9 thoughts on “ Where You Want Me To Go - The Fatt-Back Bluesman - Solo Sampler (Cassette)

  1. Lonnie Johnson (? -- ) was a highly successful bluesman during the course of his long career. Yet today his urbane, sophisticated sound does not get the attention that it merits. This CD, "He's a Jelly Roll Baker" includes 20 songs Lonnie Johnson recorded in Chicago between 19for the Bluebird label of RCA.5/5(2).
  2. If you want to get a great sample of what made these two Blues giants the cornerstone of the Chicago Blues scene, then I strongly suggest that you get this album, then go out and get a bunch of their solo recordings as well. You can't go wrong/5(23).
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  4. This Complete Blind Willie Johnson collection is the recording to buy if you want to check out this great bluesman. The sound is good for music from and there's a very good booklet which gives a good biography of Blind Willie Johnson, some explanations of his music and the recording sessions and concisely explains Blind Willie Johnson's /5(99).
  5. This Complete Blind Willie Johnson collection is the recording to buy if you want to check out this great bluesman. The sound is good for music from and there's a very good booklet which gives a good biography of Blind Willie Johnson, some explanations of his music and the recording sessions and concisely explains Blind Willie Johnson's /5(94).
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  7. 37 SAMPLER 5 38 REVIEWS New Releases / Novel Reads I’m ready to go into the studio. I don’t want to waste any great spontaneity on a demo. You told me at the Blues Music invite Terry.
  8. Dec 30,  · If you have "Hot Rocks," "More Hot Rocks" and "Honk" you've got the best of the Stones entire history covered. "40 Licks" is excellent but is a bit light on the early stuff. It's great for single mixes which can be rare. "Grrr" is exceptional except the ardent fans were never been able to abide the gorilla.

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