T-Bone Walker – T-Bone Blues (Vinyl LP)

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**THIS IS A VINYL LP**

Release Date:  2024

Label:  Blues Joint

 

Track List

Side A

  1. TWO BONES AND A PICK
  2. MEAN OLD WORLD
  3. T-BONE SHUFFLE
  4. STORMY MONDAY BLUES
  5. BLUES FOR MARILI
  6. TRAVELIN’ BLUES
  7. HOW LONG BLUES

Side B

  1. T-BONE BLUES
  2. SHUFFLIN’ THE BLUES
  3. EVENIN’
  4. PLAY ON LITTLE GIRL
  5. BLUES ROCK
  6. PAPA AIN’T SALTY
  7. EVIL HEARTED WOMAN
  8. CALL IT STORMY MONDAY

 

 

Notes

Legendary blues guitarist T-Bone Walker was not only one of the most influential musicians to rise up from the fertile Texas blues scene, but his impact on blues guitar worldwide cannot be understated: he is the source of single-note, horn-type blues soloing.

In addition, his phrasing was so expressive of the blues sensibility that it has come to define the style of every electric blues and rock guitarist who has followed in his dancing footsteps. Presented here is one of Walker’s finest albums, T-Bone Blues, originally released by Atlantic Records in 1960.

PERSONNEL:

T-BONE WALKER, vocals and lead guitar, plus

A1, B3 & B5:
R. S. Rankin, Barney Kessel (guitar), Joe Comfort (bass), Ray Johnson (piano), Earl Palmer (drums), and Plas Johnson (tenor saxophone).
Los Angeles, December 27, 1957.
A2, A4-A5, B1-B2:
Billy Hadnott (bass), Lloyd Glenn (piano), and Oscar Bradley (drums).
Los Angeles, December 14, 1956.
A3 & B6:
Eddie Chamble (tenor saxophone), Mack Easton (baritone saxophone), Goon Gardner (alto saxophone), Ransom Knowling (bass), John Young (piano), and LeRoy Jackson (drums).
Chicago, April 21, 1955.
B4: Jimmy Rogers (guitar), Junior Wells (harmonica). Probably Willie Dixon (bass), and Francis Clay (drums).

Recorded in Chicago, April 21, 1955.

(*) Bonus tracks: T-BONE WALKER (vocals and lead guitar) plus:
A6 & B7: Eddie “Lockjaw Davis (ts), Edward Hale (as), Eddie Hutcherson (tp), Jim Wynn (bar & ts), Buddy Woodson (b), Zell Kindred (p), Robert “Snake” Sims (d).
Los Angeles, April 5-6, 1950.
A7: Barney Kessel (g), Joe Comfort (b), Earl Palmer (d).
Los Angeles, December 27, 1957.
B8: Hubert “Bumps” Myers (ts), John “Teddy” Buckner (tp), Lloyd Glenn (p), Arthur Edwards (b), Oscar Lee Bradley (d).
Hollywood, September 13, 1947.

 

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