This volume features representative tracks by . King, Albert Collins, Albert King, George Thorogood, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Johnny Winter, and the Fabulous Thunderbirds. The modern sound at its best, and most diverse.
Listen free to Johnny Copeland – Blues Masters, Vol. 2 (May The Best Man Win, Hear What I Say and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Considering the amount of time he spent steadily rolling from gig to gig, Johnny "Clyde" Copeland's rise to prominence in the blues world in the early '90s wasn't all that surprising. A contract with the PolyGram/Verve label put his '90s recordings into the hands of thousands of blues lovers around the world. It's not that Copeland's talent changed all that much since he recorded for Rounder Records in the 1980s; it's just that major companies began to see the potential of great, hardworking blues musicians like Copeland.
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Johnny Young (born Johnny Benjamin de Jong; 12 March 1947) is a Dutch Australian singer, composer, record producer, disc jockey, television producer and host. Originally from Rotterdam, Netherlands, his family settled in Perth, Western Australia in the early 1950s. Young had a career in the 1960s as a pop singer and had a number one hit with the double-A-side, "Step Back" and "Cara-lyn" in 1966, and his profile was enhanced by a concurrent stint as host of the TV pop program The Go!! Show
Volume 17 of the Blues Masters series serves up music from everyone from . King and Koko Taylor to Keb' Mo' and the Allman Brothers Band, with stops along the way for James Cotton, Robert Cray, . Clark, and Snooks Eaglin. Highlights include Little Milton's slow, intense rendition of "Walking the Back Streets and Crying," Johnny Copeland's sizzling "Claim Jumper," a low-key "Ego Trip" from Albert Collins and his Ice Breakers, and a smoking "Spellbound" from Koko Taylor. 14. Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is - Luther Allison. 15. Had To Quit Drinking - Larry Garner. 16. One Foot In The Blues - Johnny Adams.
Blues Masters, Vol. 9 '1991. (01:01:13) Memphis Slim - Frankie And Johnny. Memphis Slim - Blues Masters - Vol 09 - 1991 (1961)/ - . Memphis Slim - Blues Masters - Vol 09 - 1991 (1961)/14 - Celeste Boogie-2. Memphis Slim - Blues Masters - Vol 09 - 1991 (1961)/17 - Lonesome Blues. Memphis Slim - Blues Masters - Vol 09 - 1991 (1961)/03 - I'm So Alone. Memphis Slim - Blues Masters - Vol 09 - 1991 (1961)/10 - Born With The Blues. Memphis Slim - Blues Masters - Vol 09 - 1991 (1961)/15 - Three Women Blues.
Lester Young - Waldorf Blues. album: All Legacy Masters. Bobby Hackett - Alcoholic blues. album: Essential Blues Masters. Debbie Taylor - I Get the Blues. album: Rare Soul & R&B Masters. Johnny Mercer & The Pied Pipers - Duration Blues. album: The Essential Jazz Masters Collection, Vol. Frankie Masters and His Orchestra - Rustle of Spring. album: Blues in the Night. album: Blues Masters, Vol. 3. Big Al Carson and the Blues Masters - Black Cat Bone. album: Cadillac Blues Collection, Vol. 13. album: Club 66 Blues Mix, Vol.
|A1||Moaning And Groaning||3:10|
|A2||Heard My Doorbell Ring||4:43|
|A3||My Trainfare Out Of Town||3:45|
|B1||Deal The Cards||3:44|
|B2||Lend Me Your Love||4:55|
|B6||Mean Black Snake||6:10|
|7-63852||Johnny Young||Fat Mandolin (LP)||Blue Horizon||7-63852||UK||1970|
|BM 4609||Johnny Young||Blues Masters Vol. 9 (LP, Album)||Blue Horizon||BM 4609||US||1972|