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8 comments on “ Got The World On A String - Blind John Davis - Moanin The Blues (CD)

  1. An interesting budget collection of John Lee's little recycled Vee-Jay recordings. The usual suspects like "Boom Boom," "Maudie," and "I'm Mad Again" are here, but the real delights are obscure favorites like "Everybody Rockin,'" "Run On," "Crawlin' Black Spider," and "Trouble Blues," all loaded with shards of explosive guitar from Hooker as he drags a rhythm section by .
  2. Chicago native John Henry Davis spent most of his later years recording in Europe, where he was much better known than he was in the U.S. This release, recorded in the mid-'80s, spotlights Davis solo at the piano (except for the final bonus track, which features a vocal by Jeanne-Marie Carroll), and his warm, unhurried playing and singing is as comfortable as an old easy chair.
  3. Feb 27,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - BLIND JOHN DAVIS, "Moanin´ the Blues" / "Good night my friends" YouTube Pinetop Perkins -- How Long Blues - .
  4. Oct 17,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Moanin' The Blues · Merle Haggard · The Strangers A Working Man Can't Get Nowhere ℗ Capitol Records Nashville Released on: Producer.
  5. Feb 04,  · Blind John plemevwhobaforbuddwardingnipkobuto.coinfo Living Legends of The Blues. Canada early 80´s. (Part 1).
  6. Blind John Davis also appears in this compilation. Tracks of Disc 1; 1. Lonely Avenue; 2. I'm Gonna Meet You at the Station; 3. When You Are Gone; 4. Working Man Blues; 5. Dark Was the Night; 6. Death Cell Blues; 7. Nobody's Fault But Mine; 8. Third Street Woman Blues; 9. Matchbox Blues; Detroit Bound Blues; My Brownskin Sugar Plum;
  7. Got The World On A String Written-By – Arlen*, Koehler* 6: Jim Town Blues: 7: St. James Infirmary Arranged By – Davis* Written-By – Trad.* 8: Pinetop's Boogie Written-By – Smith* 9: Little Break-Theme: Boogie 'N Roll: Cow Cow Blues Written-By – Davenport* Everyday I Have The Blues.
  8. Jul 06,  · Blind John Davis, who's at Tramps, East 15th Street, tonight, tomorrow night and next Wednesday through July 14, was the preferred accompanist of the original Sonny Boy Williamson, Tampa Red.

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