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In The Evening - Big Joe Turner - Turns On The Blues (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Big Joe Turner (Joseph Vernon Turner Jr., Kansas City, Missouri, May 18, – Inglewood, California, November 24, ) was an American blues shouter. Although he came to his greatest fame in the s with his pioneering rock and roll recordings, particularly " Shake, Rattle and Roll ", Turner's career as a performer stretched from the.
  2. Joe Turner is Kansas City Jazz and Blues personified. This is a great combination of tunes, classic blues, rock and up-tempo swing. The musicians are tremendous, with Frank Wess and Pete Johnson, among others. What I like about Big Joe's singing is his tremendous power and control, simple and straight forward. Cuts right to your spinal cord/5(22).
  3. Turns on the Blues, an Album by Big Joe Turner. Released in on Kent (catalog no. KST; Vinyl LP).
  4. Aug 16,  · This is a reissue of Big Joe Turner - Turns On The Blues, originally released in on Kent. Purple/white United (9) labels. Other Versions (5 of 5) View All/5(9).
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Big Joe Turner: The Rhythm & Blues Years - Big Joe Turner on AllMusic -
  6. Listen free to Big Joe Turner – Turns On The Blues (T.V. Mama, Everyday I Have The Blues and more). 10 tracks (). Personnel: George "Harmonica" Smith (harmonica) Big Joe Turner (piano, vocal) Recorded in at Cadet Record Studios, Los Angeles with George 'Harmonica' Smith on the harp. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at tanecymonsmolibunksicibowealthbi.coinfo
  7. Big Joe Turner - Blues in the Night Lyrics. My mama done tol' me, When I was in knee pants, My mama done tol' me, Son! A woman'll sweet talk And give ya the big eye; But when the sweet.
  8. The Real Boss of the Blues () Singing the Blues (also reissued as Roll 'Em) is an album by blues vocalist Joe Turner recorded in and originally released by the BluesWay label.
  9. Blues Train with Big Joe Turner and Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson & Roomful of Blues are the recordings included, and they offer some of the very best, and certainly seminal, early-period work of the Rhode Island-based horn-fired blues/jazz band. Dr. John also helps out on the first recording, which features Turner's signature takes on "Crawdad Hole.

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