Lightnin' Hopkins - In Town mp3 downloadPerformer: Lightnin' Hopkins
Title: In Town
Style: Regional Blues,Texas Blues
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Lightnin' Hopkins - In Town mp3 download
Features Song Lyrics for Lightnin' Hopkins's Another Fool in Town album.
Biography by Bill Dahl. His compulsive guitar playing and harsh, emotive voice made him one of the last great country blues singers.
2014 Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks. O Little Town Of Bethlehem.
Samuel John "Lightnin'" Hopkins (March 15, 1912 – January 30, 1982) was an American country blues singer, songwriter, guitarist and occasional pianist, from Centerville, Texas. Rolling Stone magazine ranked him number 71 on its list of the 100 greatest guitarists of all time. The musicologist Robert "Mack" McCormick opined that Hopkins is "the embodiment of the jazz-and-poetry spirit, representing its ancient form in the single creator whose words and music are one act".
Lightnin' Hopkins (re-released as The Roots of Lightnin' Hopkins) is an album by blues musician Lightnin' Hopkins, recorded in 1959 and released on the Folkways label.
Lightnin' Hopkins: все альбомы, включая Bad Luck And Troubles, Moonrise Blue, Long Way from Texas и другие. 2015 Original Album plus Bonus Tracks - 1959. 2015 Original Album plus Bonus Tracks - 1960.
Another Fool In Town. This song is by Lightnin' Hopkins and appear. ain't got no education, I'm just another fool in townI ain't got no education, I'm just another fool in townYou know the first day I went to school man, the big schoolhouse burnt down. Can't write my name, can't even say my ABC'sCan't write my name, I can't even say my ABC's.
Lightnin' Hopkins, (rereleased as The Roots of Lightnin' Hopkins) is an album by blues musician Lightnin' Hopkins recorded in 1959 and released on the Folkways label. Persuading Lightnin' with a bottle of gin, Charters convinced Hopkins to record ten songs in that room, using only one microphone. The resulting record was one of the greatest albums in Hopkins' catalog, a skeletal record that is absolutely naked in its loneliness and.
Tracklist: 1. Take It Easy, 2. Mighty Crazy, 3. Your Own Fault, Baby, To Treat Me The Way You Do, 4. I’ve Had My Fun If I Don’t Get Well No More, 5. The Trouble Blues, 6. Lightnin’s Piano Boogie, 7. Wonder Why, 8. Mister Charlie. More albums from Lightnin' Hopkins: Country Blues by Lightnin' Hopkins. Last Night Blues by Lightnin' Hopkins. Mojo Hand by Lightnin' Hopkins. In Berkeley by Lightnin' Hopkins. Lightnin’! by Lightnin' Hopkins. Sings The Blues by Lightnin' Hopkins. Goin’ Away by Lightnin' Hopkins. At His Natural Best by Lightnin' Hopkins. View all albums . Lightnin’ In New York.
In 1920, Hopkins met the legendary Blind Lemon Jefferson at a social function and got a chance to play with him. His cousin was Texas Alexander. While they were playing together in Houston in 1946, he was discovered by Lola Anne Cullum of Los Angeles' Aladdin Records. Strong recordings followed from Hopkins, such as his song "Mojo Hand" (1960).