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  1. Volkree

    Although Hammond had already recorded electric material, he went back to a solo acoustic format for his fourth album, accompanying himself on guitar and harmonica on faithful interpretations of standards by Robert Johnson, Blind Willie McTell, John Lee Hooker, Sleepy John Estes, Jimmy Reed, Willie Dixon, and Bo raycarsimpsicaperranavitytyre.xyzinfo it sounds a bit unimaginative and routine today, one has to remember Price: $
  2. Kigalabar

    Those that recorded ‘Goin Down Slow’ straight included Free on their debut album, BB King with Bobby Bland, The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Canned Heat, Aretha Franklin, Eric Clapton, Jeff.
  3. Mazur

    4. Goin' Down Slow - SUNG BY DUANE HIMSELF, PLUS IT FEATURES AN EXTENDED MASTERPIECE OF A DUANE ALLMAN GUITAR SOLO. 5. The Weight - Aretha Franklin 6. Games People Play - King Curtis 7. Shake for Me - John Hammond 8. Loan Me a Dime - Bog Scaggs 9. Rollin' Stone - Johnny Jenkins Disc Two: 1. Livin' on the Open Road - Delaney & Bonnie & Friends /5().
  4. Bajora

    Country Blues ~ Release by John Hammond (see all versions of this release, 1 available) Overview; Disc IDs (0) Goin' Down Slow (In Paris) (track 12) No cover art available. Release information Format: (unknown) Length: Additional details Type: Album Status: Official Language: English Script: Latin Data Quality: Normal Release events.
  5. Dakus

    Edizione CD pubblicato dalla Vanguard Records (VMD) Traveling Riverside Blues – (Robert Johnson) Hitchhiking Woman – (B.K. Turner) Statesborough Blues – (Blind Willie Mc Tell) Milk Cow's Calf Blues – (Robert Johnson) Crawling Kingsnake – (John Lee Hooker) Bull Frog Blues – (Willie Harris) Drop Down Mama – (Sleepy John Estes) Little Rain.
  6. Kazrashura

    Includes FREE MP3 version of this album. Provided by Amazon Digital Services LLC. Terms and Country Blues by John Hammond Audio CD $ Only 6 left in stock - order soon. Goin' Down Slow. Goin' Down Slow. Listen Now $/5(10).
  7. Vujas

    Goin' Down Slow, an Album by St. Louis Jimmy. Released in on Bluesville (catalog no. BVLP ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Blues. Featured peformers: St. Louis Jimmy Oden (vocals), Robert Banks (piano), Leonard Gaskin (bass), Sticks Evans (drums), Rudy Van Gelder (recording engineer), Joe Goldberg (liner notes).
  8. Kagalar

    "Goin' Down Slow" or "Going Down Slow" is a blues song composed by American blues singer St. Louis Jimmy Oden. It is considered a blues standard and "one of the most famous blues of all". "Goin' Down Slow" has been recorded by many blues and other artists, including a noteworthy version by Howlin' Wolf with narration by Willie Dixon.A rendition by Bobby Bland was a hit in both the Billboard.

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