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Korea Blues - J.B. Lenoir - Natural Man (CD)

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  1. Mezigis says:
    J B recorded this song in for the small Parrot label; it was later reissued on Chess. My source is a ROOTS CD sampler. EISENHOWER BLUES (J. B. Lenoir) Hey everybody, I was talkin' to you I ain't tellin' you jivin', this is the natural truth Mm mm mm, I got them Eisenhower blues Thinkin' about me and you, what on earth are we gonna do?
  2. Dor says:
    Alabama Blues () Alabama Blues, The Mojo Boogie, God's Word, The Whale Has Swallowed Me, Move This Rope, I Feel So Good, Alabama March, Talk to Your Daughter, Mississippi Road, Good Advice, Vietnam, I Want to Go Natural Man () Natural Man, Don't Dog .
  3. Ducage says:
    This anthology could well be subtitled "J.B. Lenoir at Chess," for though his career did take in work at several different labels, all but two of these s tracks were first released on Chess. Frankly, it doesn't make a case for Lenoir as a blues giant; it's good but second-division '50s electric Chicago blues, a little monotonous in flavor.
  4. Galar says:
    Jan 01,  · People should understand that I am a natural man." Lenoir's one big hit, "Mama Talk to Your Daughter" is here, along with "One More Shot" which is a great jump blues number. "When I'm Drinking" was actually a Smokey Hogg number, recorded by Hogg on Imperial Records (IM ) almost 3 years before Lenoir cut it for Chess/5(7).
  5. Yoktilar says:
    People should understand that I am a natural man." Lenoir's one big hit, "Mama Talk to Your Daughter" is here, along with "One More Shot" which is a great jump blues number. "When I'm Drinking" was actually a Smokey Hogg number, recorded by Hogg on Imperial Records (IM ) almost 3 years before Lenoir cut it for Chess/5(4).
  6. Zolojora says:
    All songs written or co-written by J.B. Lenoir. Issued in conjuction with the PBS documentary Martin Scorsese presents the blues. Biographical notes by Mary Katherine Aldin and introduction by Martin Scorsese in booklet (15 pages: illustrations). Performer(s): J.B. Lenoir, vocals, guitar ; with various accompaniment. Event notes: Recorded
  7. Tygorn says:
    This collection of J.B. Lenoir's mid-'50s tenure at the label -- originally issued in the '70s -- duplicates two songs from the Parrot collection (a label which Chess later acquired), but the rest of it is more than worth the effort to seek out. The rocking "Don't Touch My Head," the topical "Eisenhower Blues" and the sexually ambiguous, chaotic and cool title track are but a few of the 9/
  8. Fenrizshura says:
    J.B. Lenoir, a Compilation of songs by J.B. Lenoir. Released in on Chess (catalog no. 2ACMB; Vinyl 12"). Genres: Blues.

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