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Lonnie Mack (1964) The Wham of That Memphis Man (LP) Fraternity (F-1014)

Lonnie Mack

The Wham of That Memphis Man

Fraternity F-1014

Produced by Carl Edmondson

1964

***** sounds good

Debut album from Mr. McIntosh, featuring all his classic 1963 guitar-based instrumentals. 69 more words

1960s

Bright Lights, Big City.

For the sake of continuity, I felt compelled to include this picture from Shinjuku Gyoen National Park. It was a nice day even if it was a bit cold for our first visit to a big city. 137 more words

Japan

Baby What You Want Me To Do

A November 1959 release that was a hit in early 1960, Jimmy Reed’s “Baby What You Want Me To Do” b/w “Caress Me Baby” on Vee-Jay 333 was a blues that actually charted in the pop Top 40.  65 more words

"Found Love"

Vee-Jay 347 is from May 1960,  Jimmy Reed’s “Found Love” b/w “Where Can You Be?”

Album review: Buddy Guy, Slippin’ In (1994)

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT, DEC. 15, 1994

By Steve Newton

I always felt that Buddy Guy’s two Grammy award–winning ’90s releases—Damn Right I’ve Got the Blues… 243 more words

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