Eddie "Guitar" Burns. Black and Blue, Black & Blue.
Like Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, and John Lee Hooker, Eddie "Guitar" Burns is a perfect example of a bluesman who was born and raised in Mississippi but made his mark after he moved north and went electric. The main difference between Burns and those other bluesmen - all of whom he outlived - is the fact that he isn't a great singer.
Eddie 'Guitar' Burns - Lonesome Feeling. Eddie 'Guitar' Burns - Lonesome Feeling.
Jimmy Burns (born February 27, 1943) is an American soul blues and electric blues guitarist, singer and songwriter. Although he was born in the Mississippi Delta, Burns has spent nearly all his life in Chicago. His elder brother, Eddie "Guitar" Burns, was a Detroit blues musician. Jimmy Burns was born in Dublin, Mississippi and raised on the Hilliard Cotton Plantation where he learned to play one-string and 12-string guitar. He was the youngest of eleven children
Melvin Taylorral már találkozhattatok a kuckóban, most Ticc jóvoltából a veterán ditroit-i blues előadó, Eddie 'Guitar' Burn albumán hallgathatjátok gitározni. A számok: 01. Just a little Bit 02. Lonesome Feeling 03. I dig You Baby 04. In the State Highway 05. You got to Love Me with a Feeling 06. Woke up this Morning 07. New Inflation Blues 08. This old House 09. What do You want Me to do 10. That's My Woman 11. How could You leave Me 12.
Eddie "Guitar" Burns (born 8 February 1928 in Belzoni, Mississippi; died 13 December 2012) was an American Detroit blues guitarist, harmonica player, singer and songwriter. His career spanned seven decades, from his earliest work in 1948 until his death in 2012. In terms of Detroit bluesmen, Burns was deemed second only in stature to John Lee Hooker.
Burns Guitars policy of continual development and refinement reflects a constant quest to realise our vision of the ideal electric guitar. Way back in 1963, Jim Burns, the founder of the Company, worked closely with myself and Bruce Welch of The Shadows to design a guitar which would have the style, sound, and playability we required. Together we developed the 'BURNS MARVIN' a fine guitar, which I played on record, stage and screen from 1964 thru to 1970 when, unfortunately, my guitars were stolen, never to be seen again, well not by me! I am delighted that BURNS GUITARS are still in the business of making quality instruments, and in particular the new 'BURNS MARVIN.