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Disc: 1. 1. Texas Guitar Rag. 2. The Things I Used to Do. 3. Jivin' People. 8. How Could They Forget.
01 - Texas Guitar Ra. lac. 08 - How Could They Forget. 12 - De Thang pt. I. 02 - The Things I Used To D. Johnny Tolbert - De Thang.
Blues Rock Freddie King. Ain't Gonna Worry No More. 6. Meet Me in the Morning. 7. Sweet Home Chicago.
Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar – Johnny Tolbert. Liner Notes – Johnny Tolbert-De Thang. Music By, Vocals, Lyrics By, Written-By, Arranged By – Johnny Tolbert (tracks: A1, A3, A4, A6 to B6). Producer – Johnny Tolbert. Produced for the Oakland Rhythm & Blues Op'ry.
When it comes to Texas blues-guitar legends, T-Bone Walkers, Lightnin’ Hopkins, Pee Wee Craytons, Clarence Gatemouth Brown, and Freddie King are the fathers of the genre. Their lineage continued via the harder-edged Texas blues-rock of five torch-carriers: Johnny Winter, Billy Gibbons, Jimmie Vaughan, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and Eric Johnson. When traditional blues took a back seat to rock and roll during the early ’60s, its audience waned
All the great songs and lyrics from the "Texas Guitar Blues" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Missing lyrics by Freddie King?
Texas Blues has a long and varied history and has managed to incorporate many influences, including jazz, Ragtime and country as well as the work songs and juke-joint music that is fundamental to traditional Blues. From the late 60s, Texas became synonymous with hard-rocking ‘roadhouse’ Blues but it’s roots run deep. Lightnin’ hopkins – blues masters. Lightnin’ recorded for many companies and these 20 tracks (from 10 different labels) cover his most productive years, 1947-1961.
Johnny Winter, the Texas blues guitarist who added his own unique current of electricity to songs like Highway 61 Revisited, Johnny B. Goode and Jumpin’ Jack Flash in the late Sixties and throughout the Seventies, died Wednesday in his hotel room in Zurich, according to his publicist. He had been on tour in Europe and most recently had played in Wiesen, Austria. Winter was 70. The Lion in Johnny Winter: A Tribute to the Guitar Icon. The guitarist was born in Beaumont, Texas in 1944 and rose to prominence in his early 20s after a Rolling Stone cover story on Texas music in December 1968. If you can imagine a 130-pound, cross-eyed albino with long fleecy hair playing some of the gutsiest, fluid blues guitar you ever heard, then enter Johnny Winter, wrote Larry Sepulvado and John Burks in the issue. At 16, Bloomfield called him the best white blues guitarist he ever hear. .
|A1||Texas Guitar Rag||5:15|
|A2||The Things I Used To Do||2:35|
|A6||De Thang (Pt. I)||5:27|
|B2||How Could They Forget||5:30|
|B3||Check Yo Batt'ry||4:20|
|B6||De Thang (Pt. II)||4:35|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Oakland Rhythm & Blues Op'ry
- Copyright (c) – Oakland Rhythm & Blues Op'ry
- Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar – Johnny Tolbert
- Liner Notes – Johnny Tolbert—De Thang*
- Music By, Vocals, Lyrics By, Written-By, Arranged By – Johnny Tolbert (tracks: A1, A3, A4, A6 to B6)
- Producer – Johnny Tolbert
NotesProduced for the Oakland Rhythm & Blues Op'ry
Made in USA
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 7 53908-1239-2 9
|ORBO CS-01||Johnny Tolbert||De Thang (Texas Guitar - Oakland Blues) (Cass, Album)||Oakland Rhythm & Blues Op'ry||ORBO CS-01||US||1992|
Performer: Johnny Tolbert
Title: De Thang (Texas Guitar - Oakland Blues)
Date of release: 1992
Style: Texas Blues, Rhythm & Blues, Funk, Soul
Size MP3: 1196 mb
Size FLAC: 1104 mb
Rating: 4.1 / 5
Other Formats: MIDI FLAC VOX VQF MOD MMF MPC