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John L. Watson - White Hot Blue Black album mp3

John L. Watson - White Hot Blue Black album mp3
Performer:
Album:
White Hot Blue Black
Style:
Blues Rock
Released:
1970
Country:
UK
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1833 mb
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1250 mb
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1553 mb
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Around 1963, Watson was a member of The Hummelflugs which later became John L. Watson & The Hummelflugs. Later on he formed the progressive rock group The Web. In their earlier days they were a soul outfit. He left The Web after recording two albums with them, Fully Interlocking 1968 and Theraposa Blondi 1970 He also recorded as a solo artist in the 1970s with the album White Hot Blue Black In the late 1990s Watson would go on to front The Odyssey . .

Mississippi" John L. Watson was an American singer who fronted English rock band The Web in the 1960s. He would later record solo in the 1970s and 80s. Contents. He also recorded as a solo artist in the 1970s with the album White Hot Blue Black In the late 1990s Watson would go on to front The Odyssey Blues Band.

Published By – John Estes. Published By – Big Toots Tunes. White, Hot & Blue ‎(LP, Album). Epic, Blue Sky. PZ 35475.

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Black White & Blue Lyrics. Time is never easy when you’re alone, oh, oh, oh Your mother, she always told you to hold your own, oh, oh, oh. Cause this is real life, oh no You can’t fight it, oh no Cause this is real life. On and on through the night and the milky way It’s black and white and blue for you Now and then when you cry It will always be black and white and blue for you. Waking from a strange dream Spinning cause you had too much last night No communication Wondering if you’ll ever feel alright. But this is real life, oh no You can’t fight it, oh no Cause this is real life.

His highly acclaimed album White, Hot & Blue, the sequel to 1977’s Nothin’ but the Blues is just short of a classic, and probably the best thing in the genre during the years before the wonders of Stevie Ray Vaughan. The grunting staircase of rhythms presented by his backing band offer a standard 12-bar approach to Winter’s intangible, yet powerful technique complete with climbing licks and leads that are simply candy to the ears

Blue and Black: Your retina’s cones are more high functioning, and this results in your eyes doing subtractive mixing. White and Gold: Our eyes don’t work well in dim light so our retinas rods see white, and this makes them less light sensitive, causing additive mixing, (that of green and red), to make gold. Or there is this Vine, which insulted everyone for even thinking there could be a paranormal explanation. So, as an example of how fun color perception works, A and B are EXACTLY the same color in this image: pi. witter.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Ain't Doin' Too Bad - Parts 1 & 2
Written-By – Malone*
A2 A Mother's Love
Written-By – Owens*
A3 I Pity The Fool
Written-By – Malone*
A4 Monday Monday Introducing: They Call It Stormy Monday
Written-By – Phillips*, Walker*
B1 Chains Of Love
Written-By – Nugetre
B2 Might As Well Be Gone
Written-By – Watson*
B3 By Myself
Written-By – McCracklin*, Otis*
B4 You Ain't Nothing But A Devil
Written-By – McCracklin*
B5 Danger Zone
Written-By – Mayfield*

Credits

  • Arranged By, Conductor – Terry Noonan
  • Bass – Herbie Flowers
  • Drums – Barry Morgan
  • Engineer – Adrian Martins (tracks: A3, B1, B4.), Derek Varnals (tracks: A1, A2, A4, B2, B3, B5.)
  • Guitar – Laurie Sanford, Rick Hayward
  • Photography By – David Wedgbury
  • Piano, Organ – Pete Wingfield
  • Producer, Arranged By – Mike Vernon

Notes

Released on a brown and white Deram label.
Sleeves of the first pressing have an ''indicator hole'' at the back through which a corner of the inner sleeve shows: red for mono and blue for stereo.
Also released in stereo (#SML-R 1061).

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SML-R 1061 John L. Watson White Hot Blue Black ‎(LP, Album) Deram SML-R 1061 UK 1970