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Big John Wrencher With Eddie Playboy Taylor & The Blueshounds - Big John's Boogie download
Performer: Big John Wrencher With Eddie Playboy Taylor & The Blueshounds
Title: Big John's Boogie
Released: 1975
Genre: Blues
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 626
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Tracklist

Where Did You Stay Last Night
Honeydripper
Lonesome In My Cabin
How Many More Years
Telephone Blues
Third Degree
Trouble Makin' Woman
Now Darling
Come On Over
Runnin' Wild

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
Bear 4Big John Wrencher With Eddie Playboy Taylor & The Blueshounds Big John Wrencher With Eddie Playboy Taylor & The Blueshounds - Big John's Boogie ‎(LP, Album)Big Bear RecordsBear 4UK1975
CMRCD 649Big John Wrencher Big John's Boogie Plus ‎(CD, Album, RE)Castle MusicCMRCD 649UK2003
06078 81280Big John Wrencher Big John's Boogie Plus ‎(CD, Album, RE)Castle Music06078 81280US2003
INT 146.402Big John Wrencher Big John's Boogie ‎(LP, Album)Big Bear RecordsINT 146.402GermanyUnknown

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Modern Electric Harmonica Chicago Blues 1974 feat Eddie ''Playboy'' Taylor & The Blueshounds Enjoy , my friends Disclaimer: All audio & visual parts in. No Copyright infringement intended All rights go to their rightful owners. I do not own the rights of the music. For your information, if a band or an artist wishes one or some of the songsvideos to be removed from my channel's upload list, it is advisable to come into contact with me by sending a personal message and I will delete it or them as soon as possible. Guitar Eddie Taylor 2. Harmonica, Vocals Big John Wrencher. Piano Bob Hall 3. Producer Jim Simpson. With Eddie Playboy Taylor & The Blueshounds. Andere Versionen 3 von 3 Alle anzeigen. The collection of information about your use of the content, and combination with previously collected information, used to measure, understand, and report on your usage of the service. This does not include personalisation, the collection of information about your use of this service to subsequently personalise content andor advertising for you in other contexts, i. on other service, such as websites or apps, over time. Big John Wrencher February 12, 1923 July 15, 1977, also known as One Arm John, was an American blues harmonica player and singer, well known for playing at the Maxwell Street Market in Chicago in the 1960s. He toured Europe in the 1970s. John Thomas Wrencher was born in Sunflower, Mississippi. He became interested in music as a child and taught himself to play the harmonica at an early age. Beginning in the early 1940s, he worked as an itinerant musician in Tennessee, Missouri, Indiana, and. Big Town Playboy - Floyd Jones, Eddie Taylor. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Blog1. Sell music. The Rolling Stones. Pop UK & US. Pop general. By continuing your navigation, you accept the use of cookies to provide you with interest-based ads and services. Big Town Playboy - Eddie Taylor. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. This set by the obscure yet legendary one-armed harmonica player and singer Big John Wrencher is one of the great overlooked blues classics of the 1970s. Recorded in England in 1975 with two bonus tracks from 1974 with Eddie Playboy Taylor's band, the Blueshounds, it is the only recording in Wrencher's small catalog that begins to capture the intensity, soulfulness, and elegance of his live performances. Wrencher was a composer as well as an interpreter and arranger of great blues and R&B classics. The set begins with an amazing read of Honeydripper by J. Eddie Taylor - Big Town Playboy 1997. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Blues Blues Rock. Eddie Taylor. Group Compilation. Songs in album Eddie Taylor - Big Town Playboy 1997. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. John Wrencher on harp & vocals backed by Eddie Taylor & the Blueshounds. Born in Sunflower Mississippi , he was raised on the Davis Plantation & stayed til age 23 when rambling took hold of John. Learned to play harp in Mississippi jukes listening to SBW, Robert Lockwood, Robert Nighthawk, and Peck Curtis who performed Henry Hill's on Highway 6, near Lyon. Lost his left arm in a car accident visiting Mississippi to see his father. Eddie Taylor was underrated while he was alive, and Chaos Music states, Eddie Taylor was never a self-promoter, and he has probably sold more records since his death in 1985 than while he was alive. His son Edward released a tribute album in 1998. Eddie Taylor had eight children. His first child, Brenda Taylor, was born in 1963. Singerguitarist Eddie Taylor played rhythm guitar behind Jimmy Reed on numerous waxings, but as a solo performer he never achieved anything like the commercial succes of Reed, who regularly outsold men like Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf. That was not due to any lack of talent, however

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