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8 thoughts on “ Down Home Blues - Lightnin Hopkins - Lightnin Hopkins (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Lightnin' was at his most creative when he had only his voice and guitar, the way he'd been playing in the bars and the streets of Texas for something like years before he made his debut on Gold Star. He was more in touch with the blues tradition, having played with other street musicians like Texas Alexander and Luther Stoneham/5(7).
  2. Hopkins, Lightnin' "Folk Series Blues Vol. 3" $ Hopkins, Lightnin' "Free Form Patterns" TEMP OUT Hopkins, Lightnin' "Houston's King of the Blues" $
  3. LIGHTNIN' HOPKINS BLUE LIGHTNIN' Between 19Hopkins recorded three LPs Blue Lightnin', Talkin' Some Sense and The Great Electric Show and Dance for Stan Lewis' Louisiana-based Jewell Records MUSICIANS Lightnin' Hopkins (vocals, guitar) TRACK TITLES Found My Baby Crying Move On Out, Part One Back Door Friend Fishing Clothes Morning Blues Gamblers Blues Wig Wearing Woman Lonesome Dog Blues Last Affair Move /5(4).
  4. Lightnin Hopkins Down Home Blues Vinyl. Condition is Used. Dispatched with Royal Mail 2 ndClass. Sleeve is very good Vinyl is very good.
  5. Same with Lightnin’ Hopkins. His deep, textured voice, dirty guitar work, one-of-a-kind lyrics and powerful persona comprise an artist of unsurpassed individuality. Six of the cuts on this CD were on Lightnin’ Sam Hopkins (Arhoolie 1), nine were on other Arhoolie LPs and four are previously unreleased.
  6. Lightnin Hopkins: Down Home Blues (LP, Vinyl record album) - A great set for Prestige Records, done with a nice raw vibe – with work from Leonard Gaskin on -- Dusty Groove is Chicago's Online Record Store Scripting is disabled or not working. lophovolmucotlaisubviecukosasag.coinfo requires JavaScript to function correctly. Scripting is disabled or not working.
  7. There were huge hits by the balladeers like Faye Adams as well as doo-wop groups like the Five Satins and the Silhouettes. It was a very New York-centered label, with virtually no taste for the down home blues guitar of men like Hopkins. Yet he had 17 releases on the label over seven years (), culminating in an album released in

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