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J.B. Lenoir - Alabama Blues (CD)

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  1. Samulmaran
    Willie Dixon was a great champion of J B's and I think used these recordings to persuade the bosses that ran Chess Records that Lenoir was worth including on the tour. As to the actual recordings themselves. They really give a true account of what the blues is about and the songs cover contemporary issues e.g Alabama Blues/5(20).
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  2. Samutaur
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Alabama Blues! - J.B. Lenoir on AllMusic -
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  3. Kajinris
    J.B. Lenoir's final two albums before his death in may well have been his crowning achievements. Alabama Blues () and Down in Mississippi (), both produced by Willie Dixon, were recorded for the German label L & R, and both featured stripped down acoustic arrangements that recast Lenoir as a Southern folk-blues troubadour. Lenoir's lyrics on these two albums (which have been 8/
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  4. Gozshura
    This CD from J.B Lenoir is different from everything i heard about blues. I saw him in the Martyn Scorcese Blues Film, and became a fan. This music is about the lonley Man playing and singing the Blues between God and Evil. Beautiful, rustic and deeply music!!/5(16).
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  5. Fenrilmaran
    J.B. Lenoir - Alabama Blues (Rare and Intimate Recordings from the Tragically 3 out of 5 stars. 1 product rating 1 product ratings Alabama Red - Ghetto Blues [New CD] $ Was: Previous Price $ Dock Reed - Negro Folk Music of Alabama, Vol. 5: Spirituals [New CD] $
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  6. Shajinn
    Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Alabama Blues: Rare and Intimate Recordings from the Tragically Short Career of the Gre [Digipak] by J.B. Lenoir (CD, Aug, Snapper) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!
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  7. Dikazahn
    At first listen, J.B. Lenoir might not impress. He was a rudimentary guitar player, generally using slow to midtempo Jimmy Reed-like blues progressions, and his voice was high-pitched and could waver at times, sometimes resembling a screech more than anything idesscenbipeasersuririwhosuma.xyzinfo first impressions can be deceiving. Lenoir was passionate and intelligent, with a strong personal and political agenda, and all 7/
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