jueves, 11 de noviembre de 2010

Luther Johnson - Lonesome In My Bedroom

Lonesome In My Bedroom

This was Johnson's final album before his death in 1976, and it was originally cut for Black and Blue (now reissued with three bonus tracks). While various tracks reflect the influence of Muddy Waters, Jimmy Reed and John Lee Hooker, Johnson's own inimitable vocals, raspy lines and tart guitar eventually create his own aura. He is nicely backed by drummer Fred Below, bassist Dave Myers, guitar burner Lonnie Brooks and the solid rhythm work of Hubert Sumlin. This was a fine session for a good, occasionally outstanding blues artist

Luther Johnson- Guitar ,Vocals
Lonnie Brooks- Guitar
Hubert Sumlin- Guitar
Little Mack Simmons- Harmonica
Willie Mabon- Piano
Dave Myers- Bass
Fred Below- Drums

01. Lonesome in My Bedroom
02. Honey Bee
03. Long Distance Call
04. Rock Me Slow and Easy
05. Hush Hush
06. Little Queenie
07. Jammin’ With Willie
08. Please Don’t Take My Baby Nowhere
09. She’s My Babe
10. They Call Me the Popcorn Man
11. Please Give Me That Love

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