(Blues) Roy Lee Johnson - When a Guitar Plays The Blues

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Genre: Blues Styles: Soul-Blues, Modern Electric Blues Released: 1998 Label: Southern Tracks File: mp3; 256 Kbps Size: 103.0 MB Time: 54:33 min. Covers: Included 01. When a Guitar Plays The Blues (6:22) 02. Red Hot (2:56) 03. Livin' in Reverse (5:42) 04. Want To Be Touched By You (2:51) 05. I Thought About You (4:31) 06. Real Thang (3:57) 07. Who Do Me (5:43) 08. Hooks and Wheels (4:43) 09. You're The One (3:26) 10. Too Much Houch (4:13) 11. Tell Me Where She Went (3:25) 12. Mr. Moonlight (3:22) 13. Mr. Moonlight (instrumental) (3:22) Roy Lee Johnson - Guitar & Vocals Larry Hall - Guitar Ron Harville - Bass Guitar Keith Samuels - Bass & Drum Machine James Meadows - Piano, Strings & Horns Paul Linden - Harmonica on 'Too Much Houch' Recorded in Atlanta, Georgia. Produced by Roy Lee Johnson © 1998 Southern Tracks Records http://www.southerntracksrecords.com For those of you who tuned in late, Roy Lee Johnson was a member of 'Dr. Feelgood & The Interns' and wrote their big hit, 'Mister Moonlight,' twhich gained Johnson his liner-note historical footnote when it was covered by 'The Beatles' on one of their early albums. Johnson went on to record for OKeh and Stax, write with Otis Redding, and have the title track of this album be recorded by Roy Buchanan and Albert Collins. His first new recording since 1985's 'All Night Long', this one finds him in a distinctly down-home mode, recorded in his laundry-room home studio with a relaxed small combo providing the backup. Johnson's soulful voice will immediately call to mind James Carr and especially Clarence Carter, and his guitar playing shows a wider range than most when it comes to mixing up styles as diverse as jazz and the church and other points in between. In addition to new versions of 'Mister Moonlight' (heard here in both vocal and instrumental versions closing out the album), other highlights include 'Livin' In Reverse,' the swampy 'Who Do Me,' the ballad 'I Thought About You' and a blues about the physically challenged, 'Hooks and Wheels.' A down-home album with a strong church and soulful feel to it, Johnson has come up with a minor classic here.
(Blues) Roy Lee Johnson - When a Guitar Plays The Blues/Roy Lee Johnson - When a Guitar Plays The Blues - 01. When a Guitar Plays The Blues.mp3 12.308 MB
(Blues) Roy Lee Johnson - When a Guitar Plays The Blues/Roy Lee Johnson - When a Guitar Plays The Blues - 02. Red Hot.mp3 5.716 MB
(Blues) Roy Lee Johnson - When a Guitar Plays The Blues/Roy Lee Johnson - When a Guitar Plays The Blues - 03. Livin in Reverse.mp3 11.035 MB
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