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Got The Blues For The West End - Lonnie Johnson (2) - Volume 1, 8 November 1937 to 22 May 1940 (CD)

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  1. Listen to Got the Blues for the West End on Spotify. Lonnie Johnson · Album · · 11 songs.
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  2. Lonnie Johnson was probably the most successful bluesman of the s. He made hundreds of recordings, mostly blues with his unchallengable guitar, his great and always sexy and sometimes humorous voice, and on a few cuts, the violin, but others Jazz cuts with his musical partner Eddie Lang from Paul Whiteman's band (Lang had to take on a black blues pseudonym in order to mask the 5/5(2).
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  3. Lonnie Johnson (—) was a prolific American musician, singer, and songwriter, and one of the first major blues guitarists. He was among the first performers to play single-string solos, and his energy and melodic ingenuity were important elements implemented by him on the recordings of Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington.
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  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Complete To June Recordings In Chronological Order Volume 1 (8 November To 22 May ) on Discogs.
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  5. Mar 28,  · Lonnie Johnson was one of the few musicians to successfully straddle the worlds of blues, jazz and pop. Now, nearly 40 years after his death, a new tribute album is trying to restore Johnson.
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  6. Lonnie Johnson, the blues-jazz player, a 2 + b 2 = c 2 (Dylan knows it too, even though he got the formula wrong in the Rome interview, and ‘the intermediary’ – three, and around the corresponding number series 1, 2, 4, 8 and 1, 3, 9, 27, the whole world is created. In .
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  7. Lonnie Johnson Ball and Chain Blues Fallin' Rain Blues. Lonnie Johnson Five O'Clock Blues. Lonnie Johnson Broken Levee Blues. Lonnie Johnson Long Black Train. Lonnie Johnson New Fallin' Rain Blues. Lonnie Johnson She's Only a Woman. Lonnie Johnson The Devil's Woman. Lonnie Johnson Happy New Year Darling.
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  8. Vocals, Guitar – Lonnie Johnson (2) A2: Hard Times Ain't Gone No Where Vocals, Guitar – Lonnie Johnson (2) A3: Flood Water Blues Vocals, Guitar – Lonnie Johnson (2) A4: It Ain't What You Usta Be Vocals, Guitar – Lonnie Johnson (2) A5: Swing Out Rhythm Guitar, Soloist – Lonnie Johnson (2) A6: Got The Blues For The West End5/5(1).
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