Elmore James - History Of Elmore James Volume 2 FLAC album
Complete your Elmore James collection.
Treat Me Elmore James 21:14 Wild About You Elmore James 24:33 The Sun Is Shining Elmore James 27:17 Shake Your Moneymaker Elmore James 29:49 Sho' Nuff I Do Elmore James 32:42 Please Find My Baby Elmore James 35:51 The Twelve Year Old Boy Elmore James 38:56 I Can't Hold Out Elmore James 41:12 Coming.
With the confusing plethora of Elmore James discs out on the market, this is truly the place to start, featuring the best of his work culled from several labels. Highlights include James' original recording of "Dust My Broom," "It Hurts Me Too," ". Mama" (with Elmore backing Big Joe Turner), and the title track, one of the best slow blues ever created. Slide guitar doesn't get much better than this, making this particular compilation not only a perfect introduction to Elmore's music, but an essential piece for any blues collection.
James was born Elmore Brooks in Richland, Mississippi, 50 miles north of Jackson. Like several other blues players of the era, his first instrument was the "diddley bow," made by stringing a strand of broomwire from a nail attached to his front porch. He began playing semi-professionally under such names as "Cleanhead" and "Joe Willie James," alongside musicians such as the first Sonny Boy Williamson, Howling Wolf, and the legendary Robert Johnson . Charly Blues Masterworks Volume 28: Standing at the Crossroad (1993). The Sky Is Crying: The History Of Elmore James (1993). Rollin' And Tumblin' (1999). Legends Of Blues, Pickin' The Blues ; The Greatest Hits (2002).
Popular albums by this artist. Blues Masters: The Very Best of Elmore James. History of Elmore James, Vol. 2. See all albums. SongMeanings is a place for discussion and discovery.
Elmore James (January 27, 1918 – May 24, 1963) was an American blues guitarist, singer, songwriter and bandleader. He was known as "King of the Slide Guitar" and was noted for his use of loud amplification and his stirring voice. Elmore James was inducted into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1992 as an "Early Influence" inductee. James was born Elmore Brooks in Richland, Holmes County, Mississippi, the illegitimate son of 15-year-old Leola Brooks, a field hand.
American Music Elmore James. Elmore James, John Brim - Whose Muddy Shoes.
Elmore James (January 27, 1918 – May 24, 1963) was an American blues and rock guitarist, singer, songwriter and band leader. He was known as King of the Slide Guitar, but he was also noted for his use of loud amplification and his stirring voice. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1992, for his influential slide guitar techniques, participating in "the birth and flowering" of electric blues, and pioneering blues rock by "energizing primal riffs with a raw, driving intensity.
A1 Hawaiian Boogie Part 1 2:30 A2 Quarter Past Nine 3:29 A3 Sho Nuff I Do 2:45 A4 Early In The Morning 2:42 A5 One More Drink 3:05 A6 Strange Kinda Feeling 2:32 B1 Make My Dreams Come True 2:42 B2 Late Hours At Midnight 2:45. B3 Elmo's Shuffle 2:55 B4 Can't Stop Lovin 2:17 B5 Make A Little Love 3:43 B6 Hawaiian Boogie Part 2 2:19. Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Boyd Atkins Drums – Odie Payne Guitar, Vocals – Elmore James Piano – Little Johnny Jones Tenor Saxophone – .
|A1||The Sky Is Crying||2:45|
|A2||Something Inside Of Me||4:58|
|A3||I Need You||3:05|
|A4||Stormy Monday Blues||2:25|
|A5||The Sun Is Shining||2:43|
|B2||Fine Little Mama||2:32|
|B3||Make My Dreams Come True||2:38|
|B4||Held My Baby Last Night||3:15|
|B5||Standing At The Crossroads||2:56|
|C1||Please Set A Date||2:49|
|C3||Make A Little Love To Me||3:03|
|C4||Rolling & Tumbling||2:33|
|D1||I Done Somebody Wrong||2:18|
|D2||One Way Out||2:25|
|D4||Be Careful What You Do||2:42|
|D5||Gotta Find My Baby||2:53|
- Record Company – Trip Records
- Record Company – Springboard International Records, Inc.
|P241-3||Elmore James||History Of Elmore James Volume 2 (2xLP, Comp)||Phoenix 2-4-1||P241-3||US||1981|