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Performer: Lonnie Johnson
Title: The Originator Of Modern Guitar Blues
Country: Sweden
Released: 1980
Rating: 4.6
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레딧. Design – Lasse Ermalm. Lead Vocals, Guitar – Lonnie Johnson (2). Mastered By – Gunnar Lööf. Producer, Sleeve Notes – Per Notini. Written-By – Lonnie Johnson (2) (tracks: A1 to B6, B8). 메모. On the Side A runout stamp, there's a crossed out "B" in front of the "A". Recording locations and dates: A1: Chicago, February 7, 1941 A2, A3: Chicago, February 13, 1942 A4: Chicago, December 14, 1944 A5, A6: New York City, July 15, 1946 A7: Chicago, June 2, 1947 A8: Cincinnati, August 13, 1948 B1, B2: Cincinnati, April 9, 1949 B3: Cincinnati, December 10, 1947 B4

The Originator of the Modern Guitar Blues. 4 more albums featuring this track. The Originator of the Modern Guitar Blues. Alfonzo "Lonnie" Johnson (February 8, 1894 – June 6, 1970) was a pioneering blues and jazz singer/guitarist born in New Orleans, Louisiana. View full artist profile.

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Alonzo "Lonnie" Johnson (February 8, 1899 – June 16, 1970) was an American blues and jazz singer, guitarist, violinist and songwriter. He was a pioneer of jazz guitar and jazz violin and is recognized as the first to play an electrically amplified violin. Johnson was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, and raised in a family of musicians

Singer: Lonnie Johnson. Album: The Originator Of Modern Guitar Blues. Label: Blues Boy ‎– BB-300 Type: Vinyl, LP, Mono, Compilation, Repress, Gatefold Country: Sweden Date of released: 1980 Category: Blues Style: Lonnie Johnson - The Originator Of Modern Guitar Blues. Lonnie Johnson - The Originator Of Modern Guitar Blues MP3 version. 1331 downloads at 42 mb/s. Lonnie Johnson - The Originator Of Modern Guitar Blues FLAC version. 1332 downloads at 37 mb/s.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 In Love Again
Bass – Andrew Harris Piano [Prob.] – Lil Armstrong*
A2 Rambler's Blues
Bass – Andrew Harris Piano – Blind John Davis
A3 When You Feel Low Down
Bass – Andrew Harris Piano – Blind John Davis
A4 Watch Shorty
Bass – Ransom KnowlingPiano – Blind John Davis
A5 My Last Love
A6 Keep What You Got
Piano – Blind John Davis
A7 Love Is The Answer
Piano, Bass – Unknown Artist
A8 I Know It's Love
Bass – Monte MorrisonPiano – Herman Smith
B1 She's So Sweet
Bass – Edwyn ConleyGuitar – Jerry Lane Piano – Frank Payne
B2 You Take Romance
Bass – Edwyn ConleyGuitar – Jerry Lane Piano – Frank Payne
B3 Happy New Year, Darling
Bass – Roy CoulterPiano – John Hughes
B4 Little Rocking Chair
Bass – Paul ParksDrums – Simeon HatchPiano – Nelson Burton
B5 Nothin' Clickin' Chicken
Bass – Paul ParksDrums – Simeon HatchPiano – Nelson Burton
B6 Nothing But Trouble
Bass – Paul ParksDrums – Simeon HatchPiano – Nelson Burton
B7 My Mother's Eyes
Bass – Clarence MackDrums – Calvin ShieldsPiano – Jimmy Robinson*Tenor Saxophone – Red PrysockWritten-By – Baer*, Gilbert*
B8 I Can't Sleep Anymore
Alto Saxophone – Holley Dismukes*Baritone Saxophone – Teddy Buckner Bass – Joe Williams Drums – Bill BenjaminPiano – Todd RhodesTenor Saxophone – Louis StephensTrumpet – Charlie Hooks

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Mr R&B Records
  • Pressed By – Grammoplast

Credits

  • Design – Lasse Ermalm
  • Lead Vocals, Guitar – Lonnie Johnson
  • Mastered By – Gunnar Lööf
  • Producer, Sleeve Notes – Per Notini
  • Written-By – Lonnie Johnson (tracks: A1 to B6, B8)

Notes

On the Side A runout stamp, there's a crossed out "B" in front of the "A"

Recording locations and dates:
A1: Chicago, February 7, 1941
A2, A3: Chicago, February 13, 1942
A4: Chicago, December 14, 1944
A5, A6: New York City, July 15, 1946
A7: Chicago, June 2, 1947
A8: Cincinnati, August 13, 1948
B1, B2: Cincinnati, April 9, 1949
B3: Cincinnati, December 10, 1947
B4, B5: Cincinnati, September 14, 1950
B6: Cincinnati, September 20, 1950
B7: Cincinnati, October 26, 1951
B8: Cincinnati, June 3, 1952

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout stamp): BLUES BOY 300 A GP 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout stamp): BLUES BOY 300 B GP 1

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BB-300 Lonnie Johnson The Originator Of Modern Guitar Blues ‎(LP, Comp, Mono) Blues Boy BB-300 Sweden 1980
RBD 300 Lonnie Johnson The Originator Of Modern Guitar Blues ‎(CD, Comp) Blues Boy RBD 300 UK Unknown


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