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🎤 Lonnie Johnson - Mr. Johnson's Blues 1926-1932 MP3

  • Performer: Lonnie Johnson
  • Title: Mr. Johnson's Blues 1926-1932
  • Genre: Blues
  • Country: US
  • Record source: Vinyl, LP, Compilation
  • Style: Country Blues
  • Label: Mamlish
  • Cat#: S-3807, S 3807
  • MP3 album: 2745 mb
  • FLAC album: 2537 mb
  • Rating: 4.4/5
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🎤 Lonnie Johnson - Mr. Johnson's Blues 1926-1932 MP3

Tracklist

1Lonnie Johnson Winnie The Wailer
Piano – Fred LongshawVocals, Guitar – Lonnie Johnson
3:08
2Lonnie Johnson New Fallin' Rain Blues
Piano – Unknown ArtistVocals, Violin – Lonnie Johnson
3:10
3Lonnie Johnson No More More Trouble Now (Take A)
Vocals, Guitar – Lonnie Johnson
3:13
4Mooch RichardsonHelena Blues
Guitar – Lonnie Johnson Vocals – Mooch Richardson
3:02
5Lonnie Johnson There Is No Justice
Vocals, Guitar – Lonnie Johnson
2:46
6Victoria SpiveyDope Head Blues
Guitar – Lonnie Johnson Piano – John ErbyVocals – Victoria Spivey
3:10
7Lonnie Johnson Uncle Ned Don't Use Your Head
Vocals, Guitar – Lonnie Johnson
3:02
8Violet GreenYou Had Too Much
Piano – Unknown ArtistVocals – Violet GreenVocals, Guitar – Lonnie Johnson
3:18
9Katherine Baker Chicago Fire Blues
Guitar – Unknown Artist, Unknown ArtistPiano – Lonnie Johnson Vocals – Katherine Baker
2:49
10Texas AlexanderCornbread Blues
Guitar – Lonnie Johnson Vocals – Texas Alexander
2:46
11Lonnie Johnson There's No Use Lovin'
Vocals, Piano – Lonnie Johnson
3:20
12Lonnie Johnson Mr. Johnson's Blues No.2
Piano – Unknown ArtistVocals, Guitar – Lonnie Johnson
2:45
13Lonnie Johnson Bull Frog Moan
Guitar – Eddie Lang, Lonnie Johnson
3:15
14Lonnie Johnson Racketeer's Blues
Vocals, Guitar – Lonnie Johnson
3:08


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
S-3807, S 3807Lonnie Johnson Mr. Johnson's Blues 1926-1932 ‎(LP, Comp)Mamlish, MamlishS-3807, S 3807USUnknown


Credits

  • Artwork [Calligraphy]Carol Rosenthal
  • CoverBorden Elniff, Don Kent
  • Liner NotesStephen Calt
  • Mastered ByBig Brooks Studio


Notes

Black / off-white coloured labels with "SIDE ONE" and "SIDE TWO" side designations.

Dates of recordings:

A1: 1931
A2: 1932
A3: 1928
A4: 1929
A5: 1927
A6, A7: 1930
B1, B2: 1932
B3: 1929
B4: 1927
B5: 1926
B6: 1928
B7: 1927

"We wish to thank Michael Stewart and Don Kent for use of their rare originals"


Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout etched): S 3807 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout etched): S 3807 B


Companies

  • Mastered At – Big Brooks Studio


Album

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