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Temperature - Little Walter - Confessin The Blues (CD)

   28.09.2019  9 Comments

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  1. Play full-length songs from Confessin' The Blues by Little Walter on your phone, computer and home audio system with Napster. Temperature. Play 8. I Got To Go. Play 9. Crazy Mixed-Up World. Play Quarter To Twelve. Play Confessin' The Blues. Play
  2. This release is a little confusing, coming out as it does more than a year after the release of MCA-Chess' Little Walter rarities collection Blues with a Feeling, and two years after the double-CD anthology set that contains most of the best parts of this lesslandtertmardoubtvan.diofroskicantlenraegibizpnanelantui.infoinfo, for those who can't afford either of those pricey sets, this disc, coupled with the two best-of volumes, and the other 8/
  3. Little Walter. Little Walter, born Marion Walter Jacobs (May 1, – February 15, ), was an American blues harmonica player, whose revolutionary approach to his instrument has earned him comparisons to Charlie Parker and Jimi Hendrix, for innovation and impact on succeeding generations.
  4. Little Walter - Confessin' The Blues () A1 It Ain't Right A2 Rocker A3 I Got To Find My Baby A4 Lights Out A5 One More Chance With You A6 Crazy Legs A7 Temperature B1 I Got To Go (Guitar [Possibly] – David Myers) B2 Crazy Mixed-Up World B3 Quarter To Twelve B4 Confessin' The Blues B5 The Toddle B6 Up The Line B7 Rock Bottom.
  5. A comprehensive look at some great recordings from Little Walter – sides recorded for Chess Records from to – offering up a decade's worth of evolution in his style! But even at the start, Walter was better than most of his generation – a heck of a great harmonica player with a lean, clean sound that roared out with a nice sort of edge, and could almost be called a Brand: Chess (Label).
  6. Little Walter also appears in this compilation. Tracks of Disc 1; 1. I Almost Lost My Mind - Ivory Joe Hunter; 2. Double Crossing Blues - Johnny Otis Quintette, The Robins and Little Esther.
  7. Chess Records in house harp man from on, in Chicago. But Little Walter was an underrated vocalist as you will hear on Confessin't the Blues. Lots of great harp men to talk about but never leave out Little Walter, who some feel is the king of harp playing. Maybe because he amplified the harp or just because he was so damn good.
  8. Temperature (Little Walter and the Jukes) The Toddle (Little Walter) Confessin' the Blues (Little Walter) Key to the Highway (Little Walter and the Jukes) Rock Bottom (Little Walter and the Jukes) My Baby's Sweeter (Little Walter) Crazy, Mixed Up World (Little Walter) Everything's Gonna Be All Right (Little Walter) Back Track (Little Walter).

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