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Listen to online Big Joe Turner - Turns On The Blues, or download mp3 tracks: . On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. This album was released on the label United Superior Records (catalog number US-7759). Format of the release is. Vinyl, LP. Big Joe Turner listen to online.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. mp3 music example releases listen to. All the tracks from album Really The Blues of Big Joe Turner. Big Joe Turner - Really The Blues photo images watch: Release title: Big Joe Turner - Really The Blues. Genre of release: Blues music. Released at: This album was released on the label Big Town Records (catalog number BT-1007).
For Twist Turner, that’s exactly what fate had in store for him. Over the course of his five-decade career as a drummer, he’s had the opportunity to work with over 40 Grammy Award winners and/or nominees and countless . Born and raissed in Seattle, Turner left for the daunting rough and tumble streets of Chicago in 1975. Turner moved back to the Bay Area in 2012 and can still be found there today. He stays busy, still recording and producing. The following excerpt is taken from his book Blues With a Twist, published by BookBaby. The 188 pages tell stories of his decades long career rubbing elbows with and working with the musicians that have made the blues what it is including, Junior Wells, Buddy Guy, Phil Guy, Lefty Dizz, Hubert Sumlin, Jimmy Reed, Byther Smith and so many more. My friend Oliver Davis was raised in Greenville, Mississippi and loved the blues. Released at: This album was released on the label Frog Records (5) (catalog number BRP 2024). This album was released in 1982 year. The album included the following session artists: Drums, Piano.
1984 found Twist restless for a change, he had just recorded a new album and he felt he needed a change of scenery, so he headed to New Orleans. Let's just say New Orleans didn't work out and not wanting to go right back to Chicago, he headed to Seattle for a year or so, fronting his own band Twist Turner and the Turning Point. By 1986 he'd had enough rain, and decided to give the San Francisco bay area a try. This turned out to be a great move. Do you know why the Blues was connected to the avant-garde, bohemian; and underground culture? Possibly because they were poor and could relate to the message in the music. What advice would you give to aspiring musicians thinking of pursuing a career in the craft?
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Ike & Tina Turner. Ike & Tina Turner were one of the most exciting and riveting (in all senses of the word, both on- and off-stage) live acts of the 1960s and early '70s, and their studio work was pretty electric as well. This set mixes both studio and live performances, but it's a bit of a grab bag, with a couple of the tracks sung by other vocalists ( Tommy Hodge sings "Down & Out" while Betty Everett sings "I'll Weep No More"), although the energy level is still mostly there.
|1||Lend a Helping Hand||5:13|
|2||Stop Doggin' Me Around||3:07|
|3||Dead End Street||4:36|
|4||Think I Got the Blues||3:53|
|1||House Ain't a Home||3:28|
|2||I'm Goin' Home||2:53|
|3||That's It - I Quit||3:36|
|4||Listen to the Blues||2:32|
|5||Come on Home to Me||2:00|