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J. B. Lenore And His Combo - The Mojo descargar gratis Artista: J. B. Lenore And His Combo
Álbum: The Mojo
País: US
Liberado: 1953
Estilo: Chicago Blues, Jump Blues
Etiqueta: J.O.B. Records
Genre: Blues
Catálogo #: JOB 1012
Tamaño del FLAC: 2596 mb.
Tamaño del MP3: 2500 mb.
Clasificación: 4.7/5
Votos: 410
Fuente de los registros: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single

Lista de canciones

1The Mojo
2How Can I Leave


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
Job 1012J. B. Lenore And His Combo The Mojo / How Can I Leave ‎(Shellac, 10")J.O.B. RecordsJob 1012US1953


The Mojo Boogie - J. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The Mojo Boogie. Исполнитель: J. B Lenore & His Combo. American Boogie & Blues - The Lost Album. Various artists. Let's Roll. Sunnyland Slim. The 1951-54 . Lenoir and his Combo: The Mojo. Listen to music from J B Lenoir & his Combo like I Wanna Play a Little While, People Are Meddling in Our Affairs & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from J B Lenoir & his on. The Mojo Single 1953. Request a synchronization license. The Mojo. First release by J. Lenore and His Combo 1953. The Mojo written by J. Lenoir English. Release date. Lenore and His Combo. First release. His most commercially successful and enduring release was 1954's Mamma Talk To Your Daughter , which reached 11 on the Billboard R&B chart and was later recorded by many other blues and rock musicians. He was immortalised in John Mayall's songs The Death of J. Lenoir and Im Gonna Fight For You JB. He also features in the 2003 documentary film The Soul of a Man , directed by Wim Wenders, part of Martin Scorseses The Blues series. Sites: Bookogs. Dans les Groupes: J. And His Bayou Boys, J. Lenoir And His African Hunch Rhythm, J. Lenoir And Company, J. B Lenore & His Combo: best 2 tracks. B Lenore & His Combo - How Can I Leave Saga Blues: Eisenhower Blues, 2007 03:01. B Lenore & His Combo - I'll Die Tryin' Saga Blues: Eisenhower Blues, 2007 03:06. Artist: J. Copyright Removal. Lenoir might not impress. This collection brings together his earliest recordings for JOB and Parrot the label to which he jumped in 1954, and includes his only national hit, the sublime Mama Talk to Your Daughter, which hit the R&B charts in 1955, essentially functioning as Parrot's swan song. Everything here is wonderful, messy Chicago blues, and slickness is nowhere to be seen, having been replaced by wry, raw emotion. October 22, 1951 at Modern Recording Studio in Chicago, IL J. Lenoir, voc, g Sunnyland Slim, p Alfred Wallace, dr. April 1954 at Universal Studios in Chicago,. His more successful songs included Let's Roll, The Mojo featuring saxophonist J. Brown and the controversial Eisenhower Blues, which Parrot Records forced him to re-record as Tax Paying Blues. In 1963, he recorded for USA Records as J. Lenoir and his African Hunch Rhythm, having developed an interest in African percussion. He was rediscovered by Willie Dixon, who recorded him playing acoustic guitar, with the drummer Fred Below, on the albums Alabama Blues and Down in Mississippi inspired by the Civil Rights Movement and Free Speech Movement. Lenoir toured