Art Jones - Lonesome Square / Lonesome Square FLAC album
A1 Lonesome Bedroom Blues 4:05 A2 Evil Curse Blues 2:22 A3 Highway 51 4:30 A4 Stackolee 3:32 A5 Curtis Jones' Boogie Woogie - Instrumental 4:30 B1 Tin Pan Alley 3:05 B2 Gut Bucket Blues 2:19 B3 Rolling The Blues - Instrumental 3:59 B4 Black Magic Blues 2:39. B5 Love Fake Blues 2:08 B6 Tour Blues.
Blue & Lonesome is an album by American country music artist George Jones released in 1964 on the Mercury Records label
Scorpions - Lonesome Crow (1972).
98 USD. Blue & Lonesome Digital Album. Tracklist: Just Your Fool. I Gotta Go. Everybody Knows About My Good Thing. Hate To See You Go. Hoo Doo Blues.
Producer: Conny Plank. Lonesome Crow was the Scorpions debut studio album, recorded in October 1971. It was recorded in the span of a week soon after the Scorpions came together under the production of Conny Plank.
Lonesome Crow is the debut album by German hard rock band Scorpions. It was recorded soon after Scorpions became a fully professional band under the production of Conny Plank, apparently in only six or seven days, and released 9 February 1972 in the United States and West Germany as the soundtrack to the German anti-drug movie Das Kalte Paradies, and May 1973 in the United States. The album's style is darkly melodic, unlike the band's later work.
At Madison Square Garden. Disc 61: Johnny Cash with His Hot and Blue Guitar. 11. "Folsom Prison Blues". So Doggone Lonesome" B-side/With His Hot and Blue Guitar. With His Hot and Blue Guitar. 13. "Luther Played The Boogie".
Written-By – Walter Jacobs. Written-By – Samuel Maghett. Art Direction, Design – Studio Fury. Drums – Charlie Watts. Electric Piano – Matt Clifford (tracks: 1 to 3, 5, 7, 9, 11 to 12). Engineer – Andy Cook (6), Derrick Stockwell, Jason Elliott (4), Nico Essig. Engineer, Mixed By – Krish Sharma. Guitar – Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood. Blue & Lonesome (2xLP, Album). Rolling Stones Records, Polydor.
In this case, George Jones' Blue & Lonesome harks back to 1963, when the great country singer was recording for Mercury with producer Pappy Daily. It is an excellent portrait of Jones' transition. He was well on his way to becoming the great singer of broken love songs and honky tonk ballads from the rockabilly and hillbilly singer of his youth, and these tune prove it. Jones is backed by Nashville legends on this set: Hargus "Pig" Robbins, Buddy Emmons, Grady Martin, Rufus Thibedeaux, Jimmy Day, Tommy Jackson, Buddy Harman, and Hank Garland, to name a few.
Blue and Lonesome, from a 1965 Little Walter single and caught here in a single take, opens with a rush of power-chord sustain, then drops into tense strut marked with jittery bursts of slalom guitar, Jagger cutting in with seething confrontation, especially on harp. Jones originally played that instrument in the Stones, but Jagger grew into their secret weapon. His hearty, supple attack and exclamatory accents are as exciting and decisive as Richards’ bedrock ways on guitar. Blue and Lonesome is not a record of mere returning, a look back at how it all started. The Stones were already big time when some of these songs were released by the originators including Howlin’ Wolf’s 1966 threat Commit a Crime and Magic Sam’s defining version of All of Your Love on his 1967 landmark, West Side Soul.
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Caller – Joe Boykin