Otis Spann Featuring: St. Louis Jimmy And Robert Lockwood, Jr. - Walking The Blues download mp3 album
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James Burke "St. Louis Jimmy" Oden (June 26, 1903 – December 30, 1977) was an American blues singer and songwriter. Oden was born in Nashville, Tennessee. He sang and taught himself to play the piano in childhood. In his teens, he left home For St. Louis, where piano-based blues was prominent. He developed his vocal talents and began performing with the pianist Roosevelt Sykes. After more than ten years playing in and around St. Louis, in 1933 he and Sykes moved to Chicago.
Album · 1971 · 11 Songs. Released two years after Otis Spann’s death, 1972’s Walking the Blues features sides that date back to 1960. Taking a break from his day job in Muddy Waters’ band, the pianist proves equally gifted as singer and songwriter. The originals It Must Have Been the Devil and Half Ain’t Been Told highlight the contrast between big, powerful keys and deep, haunted vocals that define his inimitable style. Guitarist and Robert Johnson protégé Robert Lockwood, J. fills in the cracks with spare, oftentimes jazzy licks. Walking the Blues Otis Spann.
He recorded a session with the guitarist Robert Lockwood, Jr. and vocalist St. Louis Jimmy in New York on August 23, 1960, which was issued on Otis Spann Is the Blues and Walking the Blues. A 1963 effort with Storyville Records was recorded in Copenhagen. He worked with Waters and Eric Clapton on recordings for Decca and with James Cotton for Prestige in 1964. The Blues Is Where It's At, Spann's 1966 album for ABC-Bluesway, includes contributions from George "Harmonica" Smith, Waters, and Sammy Lawhorn
Robert Lockwood, Jr. скачать в mp3 на телефон(Android, Iphone) или слушайте песню Robert Lockwood, Jr. - Sweet Home Chicago (Take1), Robert Lockwood Jr. - Take a Little Walk with Me, Robert Lockwood, Jr. - Just A Little Bit, Robert Lockwood, Jr. - Forever On My Mind, Robert Lockwood, Jr. - Forever On My Mind. Robert Lockwood Jr. – Daily Wish. – Take a Little Walk with Me. 2:56. Robert Jr. Lockwood – Blues and Trouble.
Tracklist: 1. It Must Have Been The Devil, 2. Otis’ Blues, 3. Going Down Slow, 4. Half Ain’t Been Told, 5. Monkey Face Woman, 6. This Is The Blues, 7. Evil Ways, 8. Come Day, Go Day, 9. Walking The Blues, 10. Bad Condition, 11. My Home Is On The Delta. 1. It Must Have Been The Devil. 4. Half Ain’t Been Told. 5. Monkey Face Woman. 6. This Is The Blues. 9. Walking The Blues. 11.
|A1||It Must Have Been The Devil||3:50|
|A3||Going Down Slow||3:57|
|A4||Half Ain't Been Told||4:38|
|A5||Monkey Face Woman||4:55|
|A6||This Is The Blues||3:06|
|B2||Come Day, Go Day||4:10|
|B3||Walking The Blues||4:55|
|B5||My Home Is On The Delta||3:12|
- Distributed By – Columbia Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Barnaby Records Inc.
- Design [Cover] – Ron Coro
- Guitar – Robert Lockwood Jr.
- Liner Notes – Pete Welding
- Photography By [Cover] – David Redfern
- Piano, Vocals – Otis Spann
- Producer – Nat Hentoff
- Producer [For release] – Jon Waxman
- Vocals – St. Louis Jimmy Oden
NotesRecorded August 23, 1960, N.Y.C.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout etched): AL 31290 I X
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout etched): BL 31290 X I
|KZ 31290||Otis Spann Featuring: St. Louis Jimmy* And Robert Lockwood, Jr.*||Otis Spann Featuring: St. Louis Jimmy* And Robert Lockwood, Jr.* - Walking The Blues (LP, Album)||Barnaby Records||KZ 31290||US||1972|
|9025, CS 9025||Otis Spann||Walking The Blues (LP, Album, RE)||Candid, Candid||9025, CS 9025||Germany||Unknown|
|CCD 79025||Otis Spann||Walking The Blues (CD, RE)||Candid||CCD 79025||UK||1989|
|CCD 79025||Otis Spann||Walking The Blues (CD, Album, RE)||Candid||CCD 79025||UK||1989|
|9025||Otis Spann||Walking The Blues (LP)||Candid||9025||US||1987|