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Lightnin Hopkins - Sail On (Vinyl)

On 16.08.2019 by Zulugis With 1 Comments - Rock


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    Arashit 18.08.2019
    Lightnin' Hopkins - Happy Blues For John Glenn Part I / Happy Blues For John Glenn Part II - Prestige Bluesville - USA () Next by Artist. Lightnin' Hopkins - Sail On / Death Bells - Prestige Bluesville - USA () Previous by Artist. Vinyl Albums: 78 RPM: CD Albums: CD.
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    Mikazshura 22.08.2019
    A true poet of the blues, Lightnin' Hopkins was a master of tall, tongue-in-cheek tales, often made up on the spot in the recording studio. The first song on this album, "I'm Going to Build Me a Heaven of My Own," describes an encounter with a bearded man claiming to be Jesus Christ.
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    Dor 25.08.2019
    LIGHTNIN' HOPKINS FREE FORM PATTERNS (3CD DIGIBOOK / VINYL) Recorded in January , Free Form Patterns stands out in Hopkins' discography due to the unusual line-up on the sessions, with the veteran bluesman - fuelled by homemade moonshine - supported by a young, hip rhythm section, comprising Danny Thomas and Duke Davis from The 13th Floor Elevators (both high on acid at the .
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    Tygoramar 20.08.2019
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Sail On on Discogs. Label: Prestige Bluesville - • Format: Vinyl 7 Lightnin' Hopkins - Sail On (Vinyl) | Discogs.
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    Samulkis 25.08.2019
    Sam Hopkins Profile American country blues singer, songwriter and guitarist. Born: 15 March , Centerville, Leon County, Texas, USA. Died: 30 January , Houston, Texas, USA. In , Hopkins met the legendary Blind Lemon Jefferson at a social function and got a chance to play with him. His cousin was Texas Alexander.
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    Zolozragore 19.08.2019
    Shop Blues in My Bottle [VINYL]. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.
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    Kilabar 19.08.2019
    Shop Lightnin´ Hopkins [VINYL]. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.
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    Jumi 25.08.2019
    The late great Lightnin' Hopkins was one of the most natural of bluesmen, a poet who would often make up lyrics as he recorded. He was at his best when unaccompanied, as on this Prestige date. Though he usually played electric guitar, the Texas blues titan performed on this release with an acoustic, and the result is most rewarding/5(8).

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