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Elmore James - The Last Sessions - February 13th & 21st, 1963 album mp3

Elmore James - The Last Sessions - February 13th & 21st, 1963 album mp3
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The Last Sessions - February 13th & 21st, 1963
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Electric Blues
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1995
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13. Make My Dreams Come True. 14. I Gotta Go Now. Elmore James. An error has occured - see below: E-mail.

Elmore James was an American blues slide guitarist and singer who recorded from 1951 until 1963. His most famous song, "Dust My Broom", an electrified adaptation of a Robert Johnson tune, was his first hit and features one of the most identifiable slide guitar figures in blues. James' composition "The Sky Is Crying" (which became a blues standard) and his rendition of "It Hurts Me Too" were among his most successful singles on the record charts

The Last Sessions is a compilation album by American country music artist, Patsy Cline. The album was released in 1988 under MCA Records and was produced by Owen Bradley. The album was a collection material Cline had recorded during her last recording sessions for Decca Records in early 1963. The album contains ten tracks of material Cline had recorded between February 4–7, 1963, shortly before her death in a plane crash that March.

Elmore James died at age 45 in 1963 of a heart attack and was therefore never able to fully reap the rewards of the late-60’s blues revival. However, his music is a crucial bridge between generations of blues artists – from Robert Johnson (with whom James played) to Muddy Waters, Howlin Wolf and beyond. He pioneered full band electric performances as early as 1939, serving as the bedrock example for generations of musicians. This tribute album puts iconic James tunes like Shake Your Moneymaker, Look on Yonder Wall, and Person to Person alongside songs known mainly by James aficionados

13:46 Blues Before Sunrise 1. .Shake Your Moneymaker: The Best of the Fire Sessions. Авторы текста и музыки. SME (от лица компании "Buddha Records"); BMI - Broadcast Music In. LatinAutor, LatinAutor - SonyATV, EMI Music Publishing, UBEM, CMRRA" и другие авторские общества (3).

Elmore James (Elmore Brooks, Richland, Mississippi, 27th January 1918 – Chicago, Illinois, 24th May 1963) was an American blues singer and guitarist. He was known as "The King of the Slide Guitar". James was born fifty miles north of Jackson (not to be confused with another Richland just south of Jackson). He began playing as a teen, under the names "Cleanhead" and "Joe Willie James", alongside musicians such as the first Sonny Boy Williamson, Howlin' Wolf, and Robert Johnson.

Title: The Last Sessions - February 13th & 21st, 1963. Tracks 15 to 19: recorded February 13, 1963. All recordings originally produced by Bobby Robinson.

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.

Tracklist

1 Everyday I Have The Blues
2 Can't Stop Loving My Baby
3 Got To Move
4 I Believe
5 Elmore Jumps One
6 Talk To Me, Baby
7 It Hurts Me Too
8 Dust My Broom
9 Hand In Hand
10 Got A Right To Love My Baby
11 Pickin' The Blues
12 Twelve Year-Old Boy
13 Make My Dreams Come True
14 I Gotta Go Now
15 Look On Yonder Wall
16 Find My Kind Of Woman (Take 1)
17 Find My Kind Of Woman (Take 2)
18 Dust My Broom
19 My Baby's Gone
20 Back In Mississippi (Converstion)
21 Black Snake Slide (Up Jumps Elmore)

Notes

Tracks 1 to 14, 20, 21: recorded February 21, 1963.
Tracks 15 to 19: recorded February 13, 1963.
All recordings originally produced by Bobby Robinson.

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  • Barcode: 724075709728