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  • Singer: Lonnie Johnson
  • Album: The First Of The "Guitar Heroes" 1925-1947
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  • Released: 1998
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Guitar, Vocals, Written-By – Lonnie Johnson (2). Piano – Alexander Hill (tracks: 1-12), Allen Smith (5) (tracks: 2-18), Blind John Davis (tracks: 2-11, 2-13 to 2-15), Fred Longshaw (tracks: 1-17), James Price Johnson (tracks: 1-9), John Arnold (5) (tracks: 1-1), John Hughes (15) (tracks: 2-17), Joshua Altheimer (tracks: 2-3, 2-4), Lil Armstrong (tracks: 2-7 to 2-10), Richard . Track 2-16 recorded Chicago, 18 February 1947. Includes 32 page booklet.

November 4, 1925 - December 20, 1947. This double-disc import compilation assembled by Frémeaux & Associés puts some 36 cuts together to form an accurate and enduring portrait of blues and jazzman Lonnie Johnson during his first 22 years on the circuit. First the technical stuff: these recordings have been cleaned up considerably and possess fine sound for what they are. Yes, there is some tape hiss, but one can hear everything being played during any given session, and none of the music itself sounds muffled as a result.

The First of the Guitar Heroes: 1925-1947. In addition to a slew of Johnson originals and some choice covers, the sidemen on these dates are equally important - pianists James P. Johnson, Blind John Davis (who also played bass), Lil Armstrong, and Roosevelt Sykes (who also doubled on bass); singer Clarence Williams; and drummer Alfred Elkins

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Django Reinhardt & Lonnie Johnson (Digitally Re-Mastered Recordings). 78. Got the Blues for the West End, Lonnie Johnson Vol. 1 1937 - 1940. Lonnie Johnson 1925-1947: The First of the 'Guitar Heroes'.

Lonnie Johnson - First of the Guitar Heroes (1925-1947/Live Recording, 1999) G+. Lonnie Johnson original 2CD Fatbox format. The BOOKLET is missing All else in very good condition. Boogie Woogie Stomp (Albert Ammons) 4. B and O Blues (Pete Johnson) 5. Pine Top's Boogie Woogie (Cripple Clarence Lofton) 6. Boogie Woogie Blues (Albert Ammons) 8. Climbin' and Screamin' (Pete Johnson) 9. EUR . 9.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

1-1 Mr. Johnson's Blues 2:40
1-2 Mean Old Bedbug Blues
Written By – Jimmy Davis
2:53
1-3 Blues In G 2:47
1-4 Guitar Blues
Written-By – Eddie Lang, Lonnie Johnson
3:13
1-5 Bull Frog Moan
Written-By – Eddie Lang, Lonnie Johnson
3:15
1-6 From Now On, Make Your Whoopee At Home 3:00
1-7 Deep Minor Rhythm Stomp
Written-By – Eddie Lang, Lonnie Johnson
3:03
1-8 Hot Fingers
Written-By – Eddie Lang, Lonnie Johnson
2:57
1-9 Wipe It Off
Written-By – Clarence Williams
3:17
1-10 I Got The Best Jelly Roll In Town #2 3:29
1-11 Sam, You Can't Do That To Me 3:00
1-12 What Makes You Act Like That?
Written-By – Clara Smith, Lonnie Johnson
3:07
1-13 Let All Married Women Alone 3:17
1-14 Beautiful But Dumb 3:00
1-15 Sleepy Water Blues 3:01
1-16 Cat, You Been Messin' Around 2:55
1-17 Winnie The Wailer
Written By – Bernie, Gaskill
3:09
1-18 There Is No Justice 2:42
2-1 Swing Out Rhythm 2:36
2-2 Blue Ghost Blues 3:02
2-3 She's Only A Woman 3:08
2-4 Jersey Belle Blues 3:02
2-5 I'm Just Dumb 3:04
2-6 Get Yourself Together 3:14
2-7 Crowing Rooster 2:39
2-8 Somebody's Got To Go
Written-By – Big Bill Broonzy, R. Brown*
3:08
2-9 I Did All I Could 3:06
2-10 In Love Again 2:55
2-11 Rambler's Blues 2:55
2-12 Trouble In Mind
Written-By – Richard M. Jones
3:25
2-13 Keep What You Got 2:57
2-14 Blues For Everybody 3:05
2-15 Love Is The Answer 2:47
2-16 What A Woman 2:52
2-17 What A Real Woman 2:39
2-18 Falling Rain Blues 2:48

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  • Distributed By – Socadisc

Credits

  • Bass – Alfred Elkins (tracks: 2-5, 2-6), Andrew Harris (tracks: 2-7 to 2-11), Monte Morrison (tracks: 2-18), Paul Parks (tracks: 2-16), Roy Coulter (tracks: 2-17)
  • Drums – Nelson Burton (tracks: 2-16)
  • Guitar – Eddie Lang (tracks: 1-4, 1-5, 1-7, 1-8)
  • Guitar, Vocals, Written-By – Lonnie Johnson
  • Piano – Alexander Hill (tracks: 1-12), Allen Smith (tracks: 2-18), Blind John Davis (tracks: 2-11, 2-13 to 2-15), Fred Longshaw (tracks: 1-17), James Price Johnson (tracks: 1-9), John Arnold (tracks: 1-1), John Hughes (tracks: 2-17), Joshua Altheimer (tracks: 2-3, 2-4), Lil Armstrong* (tracks: 2-7 to 2-10), Richard M. Jones (tracks: 2-12), Roosevelt Sykes (tracks: 2-2), Simeon Hatch (tracks: 2-16)
  • Trumpet – Bob Shoffner (tracks: 2-12)
  • Vocals – Carl Jones (tracks: 2-12), Clara Smith (tracks: 1-12), Clarence Williams (tracks: 1-9)
  • Washboard – Spencer Williams (tracks: 1-9)

Notes

Recordings:
Track 1-1 Saint Louis, November 4, 1925;
Track 1-2 New York City, August 11, 1927;
Track 1-3 Memphis, February 21, 1928;
Tracks 1-4, 1-5, 1-6 New York City, May-June, 1929;
Tracks 1-7, 1-8 October 9, 1929;
Tracks 1-9, 1-10 New York City, January 1930;
Tracks 1-11 to 1-13 New York City September - November 1930;
Track 1-14 New York City, June 16, 1931;
Track 1-15 New York City, December 3, 1931;
Tracks 1-16 to 1-18 New York City, January - March 1932.
Track 2-1 Chicago, 8 November 1937;
Track 2-2 New York City, March 31, 1938;
Tracks 2-3, 2-4 Chicago, November 2, 1939;
Tracks 2-5, 2-6 Chicago, May 22 1940;
Tracks 2-7 to 2-10 Chicago, February 7, 1941;
Track 2-11 Chicago, February 13, 1942;
Track 2-12 Chicago, 1945;
Tracks 2-13 to 2-14 New York City, July 15, 1946;
Track 2-15 Chicago, June 2, 1947;
Tracks 2-16 to 2-18, Cincinnati, December 1947.
Track 2-16 recorded Chicago, 18 February 1947.
Includes 32 page booklet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 3 448960 226226
  • Other (Distribution Code): SC 228
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