Eddie Kirkland (August 16, 1923 – February 27, 2011) was an American electric blues guitarist, harmonicist, singer, and songwriter. Kirkland, known as the "Gypsy of the Blues" for his rigorous touring schedules, played and toured with John Lee Hooker from 1949 to 1962. After his period of working in tandem with Hooker he pursued a successful solo career, recording for RPM Records, Fortune Records, Volt Records, and King Records, sometimes under the stage name Eddie Kirk.
Guitar – Fred Robinson (7) (tracks: B5). Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals, Producer, Arranged By, Written-By – Eddie Kirkland. Mastered By – Ray Hagerty. Percussion – Brian Bristol (2) (tracks: B5). Producer, Engineer, Liner Notes – Pete Lowry. Recorded in Macon, Georgia. Tracks A7, B1, B5 recorded Dec.
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I Walked Twelve Miles. 0. Eddie's Boogie Chillen. Lonesome Talking Blues. Have You Seen That Lonesome Train.
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About Eddie Kirkland. How many Jamaican-born bluesmen recorded with John Lee Hooker and toured with Otis Redding? It's a safe bet there was only one: Eddie Kirkland, who engaged in some astonishing on-stage acrobatics over the decades (like standing on his head while playing guitar on TV's Don Kirshner's Rock Concert). But you would never find any ersatz reggae grooves cluttering Kirkland's work. He was brought up around Dothan, Alabama before heading north to Detroit in 1943
|When I First Started Hoboing|
|I Tried To Be A Friend|
|Eddie's Boogie Chillen|
|I Need A Lover, Not Just A Friend|
|I Walked Twelve Miles|
|I've Got An Evil Woman|
|Goin' Back To Mississippi|
|Lonesome Talking Blues|
|Detroit Rock Island|
|Have You Seen That Lonesome Train|
|Goint To The River, See Can I Look Across|
|3301||Eddie Kirkland||Front And Center (LP, Album)||Trix||3301||US||1973|
|3301||Eddie Kirkland||Front And Center (CD, Album)||Trix||3301||US||1995|