Johnny Littlejohn - Dream / Catfish Blues album
Title: Dream / Catfish Blues
Style: Chicago Blues
Date of release: 1968
Size MP3: 1355 mb
Size FLAC: 1966 mb
Format: AIFF RA MMF AC3 AA TTA XM
01 - What In The World You Goin' To D. p3. 07 - Reelin' and Rockin'. 08 - Been Around The World. 05 - John Littlejohn & Carey Bell - Blues Show! Live at Pit Inn - Dream. 06 - John Littlejohn & Carey Bell - Blues Show! Live at Pit Inn - Carey Bell's Rock.
Все песни исполнителя John Littlejohn Вы можете скачать бесплатно в mp3-формате, либо слушайте песню John Littlejohn - Shake Your Money Maker, John Littlejohn - Treat Me Wrong, John Littlejohn - Kiddeo, а также рингтоны на звонок и все новые треки. John Littlejohn – Dream. John Littlejohn feat. John Littlejohn – Catfish Blues.
Littlejohn may refer to: Adrian Littlejohn (born 1970), a British footballer. Alan Littlejohn (1929–1996), a British musician. Charles Philip Littlejohn (1923-2014), Clerk of the New Zealand House of Representatives. De Witt Clinton Littlejohn (1818–1892), an American politician and Union Army brigadier general. Hawk Littlejohn, (1941–2000), a flute maker. Henry Littlejohn (1826-1914), surgeon and instigator of Public Health concepts in UK. Jack Littlejohn (born 1991), Australian Rugby League player.
John Littlejohn Featuring: Willie Kent And Taildragger (2) - John Littlejohn's Blues Party (CD, Album, RE). Wolf Records (2). CD 12. 59.
This album has an average beat per minute of 143 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 100/192 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Album starts at 100BPM, ends at 148BPM (+48), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by John Littlejohn.
Listen to Dream Blues from Johnny Hodges's The Jeep Is Jumpin' for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. The paths of Johnny Hodges (John Cornelius "Johnny" Hodges, nicknames: "Rabbit", "Jeep". b. July 25, 1906, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, d. May 11, 1970) and Duke Ellington are eternally intertwined. While Hodges is now universally acknowledged as one of the seminal alto saxophonists in jazz he was, at times, overlooked as an artist in his own right; somehow hidden in the penumbra of The Duke Ellington Orchestra, for which Mr. Hodges was the lead alto player for many decades (doubling on soprano saxophone in the '30's and '40's as . ead.
Those might include figures like Buddy Guy, say, or Elmore James' more fully produced sides, or on something like "Catfish Blues," the Muddy Waters approach. Littlejohn did write most of the dozen tunes, interspersed with covers of songs by James, Dixon, Brook Benton (a refreshingly unusual choice for a mainstream '60s Chicago bluesman), and .
John Littlejohn ~ ''Drifting'' 1992. Driftin' Blues (Live). Top Songs By John Littlejohn. 1. Shake Your Money Maker. 584. 2. Catfish Blues. 304. 4. Driftin' Blues. What You Gonna Do. Eb Davis Blues Band.
Tracklist Hide Credits
Written-By – J. Funchess*
Arranged By – J. Funchess*Written By – Traditional
- Producer – C. Strachwitz*, W. Dixon*