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Lawdy Lawdy - Junior Wells - Eagle Rock (Vinyl)

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  1. Junior Wells was an American Chicago blues vocalist, harmonica player, and recording artist. Wells, who was best known for his performances and recordings with Muddy Waters, Earl Hooker, and Buddy Guy, also performed with Bonnie Raitt, The Rolling Stones, and Van Morrison among others.
  2. Junior's Wail: A4: Tomorrow Night: A5: Ways Like An Angel: A6: Eagle Rock: B1: Blues Hit Big Town -- Slow: B2: Lord, Lord (Lawdy! Lawdy!) B3 'Bout The Break Of Day: B4: Please Throw This Poor Dog A Bone: B5: So All Alone: B6: Blues Hit Big Town -- Fast/5(2).
  3. Junior Wells, Category: Artist, Albums: Bobbin' & Weevin' (Live), Pushin' & Shovin' (Live), Reelin' & Rockin' (Live), The Best of the Blue Rock Years, Pleading the Blues (feat. Buddy Guy Orchestra), Singles: Worried Life Blues, Blues Six Pack, Lovey Dovey Lovey One, She's a Sweet One / When the Cat's Gone the Mice Play, Little by Little / Come on in This House, Top Tracks: She's A Sweet One.
  4. This quintessential collector's edition contains 30 remastered studio tracks, consisting of a selection of the sensational early sides Junior Wells made (accompanied by such masters as Muddy Waters, Syl Johnson, Earl Hooker, Willie Dixon, and Otis Spann) for different independent labels, like Profile, Chief and USA Records, between and /5(8).
  5. This is Junior Wells at his best. As the producer says, Junior ran the band so well that the producer just stepped aside and let them go. Classic takes on classic blues, songs that were adopted by blues and rock musicians far and wide. For this musician, Junior Wells sound defines blues harp/5().
  6. About Junior Wells He was one bad dude, strutting across the stage like a harp-toting gangster, mesmerizing the crowd with his tough-guy antics and rib-sticking Chicago blues attack. Amazingly, Junior Wells kept at precisely this sort of thing for over 40 years; he was an active performer from the dawn of the '50s until his death in the late '90s.
  7. Recorded when Buddy Guy and Junior Wells were still known as two of Chicago’s finest sidemen, Hoodoo Man Blues thrust the pair into the spotlight and marked a turning point for Chicago blues. Up to this point, Chess Records was the dominant influence on the local scene, and recordings of all the greats were often compromised by the regulations and unabashedly commercial intentions of Leonard.
  8. Junior's Wail: A4: Tomorrow Night: A5: Ways Like An Angel: A6: Eagle Rock: B1: Blues Hit Big Town -- Slow: B2: Lord, Lord (Lawdy! Lawdy!) B3 'Bout The Break Of Day: B4: Please Throw This Poor Dog A Bone: B5: So All Alone: B6: Blues Hit Big Town -- Fast4/5(2).

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