Saxophone – Hollis Gilmore. Violin, Vocals – Papa John Creach. 1992 Cat (Time Blues) taken from matrix. Jewel case, 4 page booklet. This release has been blocked from sale in the marketplace.
feat: Bernie Pearl Blues Band. 3. Old Fashioned Papa.
Papa John Creach Papa Blues. Hot Tuna - John& Other - 3/4/1988 - Fillmore Auditorium (Official). Você Não Vale Nada Mas Eu Gosto de Você - Violino e Violoncelo (Duo Love Strings). Snake Skin Blues - Crokodile Tears - Dickey F - Blues.
Papa Blues is Papa John Creach's 1992 album, his final studio album, and his only album released after the 1970s. Studio album by Papa John Creach. Papa Blues" (Papa John Creach) – 6:25. I Think You're Stepping Out on Me" (Doug MacLeod) – 3:42. Train to Memphis" (Pearl) – 4:13. Walking My Way Back to You" (Doug MacLeod) – 4:04. Girl, You Must Be Crazy" (DeRouen) – 5:09. Baby Please Don't Go" (Big Joe Williams) – 4:02. Papa John Creach – electric violin, vocals. Bernie Pearl Blues Band. Bernie Pearl – guitar, saxophone. Big Terry DeRouen – guitar.
Anderson sang with the band for a year and performed on their first album before departing in October 1966 after the birth of her first child. Kantner next recruited an old friend, blues guitarist Jorma Kaukonen. Originally from Washington, . Kaukonen had moved to California in the early 1960s and met Kantner while at Santa Clara University in 1962. Kaukonen was invited to jam with the new band, and although initially reluctant to join, he was won over after playing his guitar through a tape delay device that was part of the sound system used by Ken Kesey for his Acid Test parties . Papa John Creach – violin, vocals (1970–1972; died 1994). John Barbata – drums, percussion (1972). David Freiberg – vocals, rhythm guitar (1972).
4 months ago. Papa John's violin was blessed by God Himself. Schwamberger The Bernie Perl Blues Band - Michael berry on bass, Terry "Big T" de Rouen on guitar, Hollis W. Gilmore on sax. 4 years ago. i think it is Jorma Koukenen that would be my guess. One day while on his own tour for this album, I got my chance. Earlier during opening act, I had picked up the dinner tab for his wife and a couple of her friends and when Papa John finished his encore he headed backstage. I felt a tap on my shoulder and Mrs. Creach asked me if I would like to talk to him. 8 years ago. He also played with hot tuna.