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Big Joe Turner - Everyday I Have The Blues 1. Stormy Monday (T-Bone Walker) 2. Piney Brown (K.C.) 3. Martin Luther King Southside (Joe Turner) 4. Every Day I Have the Blues (Peter Chatman) 5 Shake, Rattle & Roll (Charles E. Calhoun) 6. Lucille (Joe Turner) Joe Turner - Vocal Sonny Stitt - Tenor & Alto Sax Pee Wee Crayton - Guitar J.D. Nicholson - Piano Charles Norris - Bass Washington Rucker - Drums Recorded at RCA Recording Studios, LA, March 3, 1975 Produced By Norman Granz Digital Remastering 1991 by Phil DeLancie 1978 Pablo This album contains the absolute worst playing I have ever heard from Sonny Stitt. I think he was probably drunk, but I can only speculate. Anyhow, they turn it down pretty low in the mix, and it is not particularly noticeable. This is an otherwise fine album, I'm not really into "Shake Rattle & Roll" but it is short. Really... it is a great album. I like it a lot. I'll see what I can do to make it up to any Sonny Stitt fans who may have clicked their way to this page sometime in the near future.
|Joe Turner - Everyday I Have The Blues/01. Joe Turner with Pee Wee Crayton and Sonny Stitt - Stormy Monday.flac||25.565 MB|
|Joe Turner - Everyday I Have The Blues/02. Joe Turner with Pee Wee Crayton and Sonny Stitt - Piney Brown (K.C.).flac||47.612 MB|
|Joe Turner - Everyday I Have The Blues/03. Joe Turner with Pee Wee Crayton and Sonny Stitt - Martin Luther King Southside.flac||51.296 MB|