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Johnny Jenkins - Blessed Blues album

Johnny Jenkins - Blessed Blues album
Performer: Johnny Jenkins
Title: Blessed Blues
Genre: Rock / Blues
Style:Blues Rock
Released: 1996
MP3 album szie: 1984 mb
FLAC album size: 1415 mb

Twenty-six years after releasing Ton Ton Macoute, Johnny Jenkins - a local legend around Macon, Georgia - released his second album, Blessed Blues. Featuring a selection of new songs, classic covers, and a new version of his 1962 hit "Miss Thing" (also known as "Love Twist"), Blessed Blues gives a good idea why Jenkins is revered in his homestate. His playing is swampy, dirty and impassioned - it is soaked in the sounds of the deep south. Blessed Blues doesn't clean up his sound at all, preferring to showcase Jenkins in all of his gritty glory.

Blessed Blues - Johnny Jenkins. Songs: 12. Artist: Johnny Jenkins. Songs: Johnny Jenkins - Don't Start Me Talkin' 03:53. Johnny Jenkins - It Ain't Nothin' But The Blues 06:28. Johnny Jenkins - Statesboro Blues 04:07. Johnny Jenkins - The Truth Is Gonna Stand 03:10. Johnny Jenkins - You Can't Lose What You Ain't Never Had 04:56. Johnny Jenkins - Don't Feel Like Talkin' 04:42. Johnny Jenkins - Rock Bottom Blues 04:10. Johnny Jenkins - 'Til the Blues Go Home 03:53. Johnny Jenkins - Mean Mistreatin' Woman 04:17

Twenty-six years after releasing Ton Ton Macoute, Johnny Jenkins - a local legend around Macon, Georgia - released his second album, Blessed Blues. Read full description. See details and exclusions. See all 4 brand new listings.

Listen to Rock Bottom Blues from Johnny Jenkins's Blessed Blues for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Johnny Edward Jenkins (March 5, 1939 – June 26, 2006) was a renowned left-handed blues guitarist, who helped launch the career of Otis Redding. His flamboyant style of guitar playing also influenced Jimi Hendrix, who would later use some of Jenkins's tricks in his stage show. In the 1960s Jenkins was the leader of a band called the Pinetoppers, he employed a young singer called Otis Redding as his chauffeur and singer for the Pinetoppers. During a recording session in 1962 organized by the band's manager Phil Walden, Jenkins left 40 minutes of studio time unused.

Исполнитель: Johnny Jenkins Альбом: Blessed Blues Год выхода: 1996 Страна: USA Жанр : Modern Electric Blues Время: 51:55 Качество: MP3 CBR 320 kbs Размер: 119 Mb Треклист: 01. Don't Start M. Исполнитель: Johnny Jenkins Альбом: Blessed Blues Год выхода: 1996 Страна: USA Жанр : Modern Electric Blues Время: 51:55 Качество: MP3 CBR 320 kbs Размер: 119 Mb. Треклист: 01. Don't Start Me Talkin' - 3:54 02. It Ain't Nothin' But The Blues - 6:28 03. Statesboro Blues - 4:07 04. The Truth Is Gonna Stand - 3:10 05. You Can't Lose What You Ain't Never Had - 4:56 06. Don't Feel Like Talkin' - 4:42 07. Rock Bottom Blues - 4:11 08. 'Til The Blues Go Home - 3:53 09. Mean Mistreatin' Woman - 4:18 10. The Pinetopper Theme - 4:16 11.

Twenty-six years after releasing Ton Ton Macoute, Johnny Jenkins - a local legend around Macon, Georgia - released his second album, Blessed Blues.

The Blues is an album recorded by American jazz saxophonist Johnny Hodges featuring performances recorded in 1952, 1953 and 1954 and released on the Norgran label. Rosanne" (Glenn Osser, Edna Osser, Dick Manning) - 3:06. Hodge-Podge" (Johnny Hodges, Duke Ellington) - 3:33. Through for the Night" (Trummy Young) - 3:14.

Johnny Edward Jenkins (March 5, 1939 – June 26, 2006) was an American left-handed blues guitarist, who helped launch the career of Otis Redding. His flamboyant style of guitar playing also influenced Jimi Hendrix. In the 1960s Jenkins was the leader of the Pinetoppers, who employed a young Otis Redding as singer. As Jenkins did not have a driver's license, Redding also served as his personal driver.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Don't Start Me Talkin
Drums – Bill Stewart Electric Bass – David HoodElectric Guitar – Jack Pearson, Johnny JenkinsHarmonica – William HowsePiano – Chuck LeavellVocals – Johnny JenkinsWritten-By – S. B. Williamson*
2 It Ain't Nothin' But The Blues
Bass – David HoodDrums – Bill Stewart Harmonica – William HowsePiano – Chuck LeavellSlide Guitar – Jack PearsonVocals – Johnny JenkinsWritten-By – J. Pearson*, W. Howse*
3 Statesboro Blues
Bass – David HoodDrums – Bill Stewart Electric Guitar – Johnny JenkinsHarmonica – William HowsePiano – Chuck LeavellSlide Guitar – Jack PearsonTambourine – Mickey BuckinsTimbales – Mickey BuckinsVocals – Johnny JenkinsWritten-By – Blind W. McTell*
4 The Truth Is Gonna Stand
Backing Vocals – Ann Sandlin, N. C. Thurman*, Scott BoyerBass – David HoodDrums – Bill Stewart Electric Guitar – Jack Pearson, Johnny JenkinsElectric Piano [Wurlitzer Piano] – Chuck LeavellHarmonica – William HowseTambourine – Mickey BuckinsVocals – Johnny JenkinsWritten-By – J. Pearson*, W. Howse*
5 You Can't Lose What You Ain't Never Had
Bass – Johnny SandlinDrums – Bill Stewart Electric Guitar – Jack PearsonHarmonica – William HowsePiano – Chuck LeavellSaxophone – Randall BramblettTambourine – Mickey BuckinsVocals – Johnny JenkinsWritten-By – M. Morganfield*
6 Don't Feel Like Talkin'
Bass – David HoodDrums – Bill Stewart Harmonica – William HowsePiano – Chuck LeavellSlide Guitar – Jack PearsonVocals – Johnny JenkinsWritten-By – W. Howse*
7 Rock Bottom Blues
Bass – David HoodDrums – Bill Stewart Electric Guitar – Jack PearsonOrgan [Hammond B3] – Chuck LeavellSaxophone – Randall BramblettVocals – Johnny JenkinsWritten-By – N. C. Thurman*, S. Boyer*
8 'Till The Blues Go Home
Bass – Johnny SandlinDrums – Bill Stewart Electric Guitar – Jack Pearson, Johnny JenkinsElectric Piano [Wurlitzer Piano] – N. C. Thurman*Harmonica – William HowseMaracas – Johnny SandlinOrgan [Hammond B3] – Chuck LeavellTambourine – Mickey BuckinsVocals – Johnny JenkinsWritten-By – A. Sandlin*, J. Sandlin*, N. C. Thurman*, S. Boyer*
9 Mean Mistreatin' Woman
Bass – David HoodDrums – Bill Stewart Electric Guitar – Johnny JenkinsHarmonica – William HowseOrgan [Hammond B3] – Randall BramblettPiano – Chuck LeavellSlide Guitar – Jack PearsonVocals – Johnny JenkinsWritten-By – E. James*
10 The Pinetopper Theme
Bass – David HoodDrums – Bill Stewart Electric Guitar – Jack Pearson, Johnny JenkinsHarmonica – William HowseOrgan [Hammond B3] – Chuck LeavellSaxophone – Randall BramblettWritten-By – J. Jenkins*
11 I Think I'm Drowning On Dry Land
Bass – David HoodDrums – Bill Stewart Electric Guitar – Jack Pearson, Johnny JenkinsHarmonica – William HowsePiano – Chuck LeavellVocals – Johnny JenkinsWritten-By – A. Jones*, M. Gregory*
12 Miss Thing
Bass – David HoodDrums – Bill Stewart Electric Guitar – Jack Pearson, Johnny JenkinsHarmonica – William HowseMaracas – Johnny SandlinOrgan [Hammond B3] – Randall BramblettWritten-By – J. Jenkins*

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Duck Tape Music Studio
  • Mixed At – Duck Tape Music Studio
  • Mastered At – Georgetown Masters

Credits

  • Art Direction – Diane Painter
  • Design – Diane Painter
  • Edited By – Don Cobb
  • Engineer [Assistant, Mixing] – Jason Walden
  • Engineer [Assistant, Recording] – Tim Scott
  • Mastered By – Denny Purcell
  • Photography By – Ron Keith
  • Producer – Johnny Sandlin
  • Producer [Assistant] – Bunky Anderson
  • Recorded By – Johnny Sandlin, Mark Harrelson
  • Remix – Jeff Coppage, Johnny Sandlin

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 31453 25652 1