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Luther "Guitar Junior" Johnson. Big Leon Brooks' Blues Harp Band. Blues For A Real Man. –Big Leon Brooks' Blues Harp Band. Thirteen Years In Prison.
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Album · 1980 · 19 Songs. 6. Got to Have Money. Chicago Blues - The Backstreets.
Living Chicago Blues IV Grammy Nomination. Various Artists/Anthologies, Detroit Junior, Luther "Guitar Junior" Johnson, Queen Sylvia Embry, Big Leon Brooks, Andrew Brown. Blues Deluxe Grammy Nomination. Various Artists/Anthologies, Son Seals, Koko Taylor, Lonnie Brooks, Muddy Waters, Willie Dixon, Mighty Joe Young. Walter Horton Long John Hunter Christone "Kingfish" Ingram John Jackson Jimmy Johnson Johnnie Johnson Luther "Guitar Junior" Johnson Johnny Jones Bruce Katz The Kentucky Headhunters The Kinsey Report Smokin' Joe Kubek & Bnois King Lovie Lee Left Hand Frank Lazy Lester Lil' Ed & The Blues Imperials Eric Lindell Little Charlie & The Nightcats Professor Longhair Lonnie Mack Magic Slim Janiva Magness Bob Margolin Delbert McClinton.
Includes hilarious writer/pianist Detroit Junior, West Side guitarist Luther "Guitar Junior" Johnson, gospel-tinged Queen Sylvia Embry, down-home harmonica man Big Leon Brooks and high-energy guitarist Andrew Brown. This album is dedicated to the late Tony Gooden, whose music contributed to The Son Seals Blues Band, and whose image appeared on the covers of Living Chicago Blues, Vols. Queen Sylvia Embry - Blues This Morning 11. Queen Sylvia Embry - Tired of being Pushed Around 12. Queen Sylvia Embry - Please Let Me Stay 13. Big Leon Brooks - Blues for a Real Man 14. Big Leon Brooks - Thirteen Years in Prison 15.
Luther Johnson (born April 11, 1939, Itta Bena, Mississippi) is a Chicago blues singer and guitarist, who performs under the name Luther "Guitar Junior" Johnson. He is not to be confused with Luther "Snake Boy" Johnson, Luther "Houserocker" Johnson, or Lonnie "Guitar Junior" Brooks. Johnson moved to Chicago with his family in 1955. During the 1960s, he performed with Magic Sam. He performed in Muddy Waters' band from 1972 to 1980
Listen to Luther "Guitar Junior" Johnson, best known for his seven year stint with Muddy Waters, perform it to a tee. Strong rhythm, as on "Look What You Done" is Johnson's essential magic as well. On "Just Like Mama Said", Willie Smith gets slap happy on drums while Johnson sounds like Otis Rush. There are four volumes in the Living Chicago Blues series. Originally issued in the late '70s on six LPs, every song in the collection has been put onto four CDs, each lasting over an hour long. Until a more modern series of recordings is made, these four premium samplers remain the most authoritative reflection of Chicago blues. Volume IV is one of those desert island discs that your CD player won't want to eject. Detroit Junior - I Got Money (2:41) 05. Luther 'Guitar Junior' Johnson - Somebody Have Mercy (3:05) 06. Luther 'Guitar Junior' Johnson - Got To Have Money (3:20) 07.
Listen to Woke Up This Mornin' from Luther "Guitar Junior" Johnson's Doin' the Sugar Too for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Luther Johnson (April 11, 1939-) is a Chicago blues singer and guitarist, who performs under the name Luther "Guitar Junior" Johnson. He is not billed as simply "Guitar Junior". He was born in Itta Bena, Mississippi, USA in 1939 and moved to Chicago with his family in 1955. Johnson performed in Muddy Water's band from 1972 to 1980. In 1980, four of his songs were included on an anthology by Alligator Records. Johnson appeared on three albums by The Nighthawks. He now lives in New Hampshire.