Phillip Walker & Lonesome Sundown - Crawl Back To Louisiana mp3 album
Cornelius Green III (December 12, 1928 – April 23, 1995), known professionally as Lonesome Sundown, was an American blues musician, best known for his recordings for Excello Records in the 1950s and early 1960s. Green was born on the Dugas Plantation near Donaldsonville, Louisiana. At the age of 18, he moved to New Orleans and worked in various jobs, including porter at the New Southport Club, a casino in Jefferson Parish.
Crawl Back to Opelousas. Artist: Lonesome Sundown. Years & Years King.
PHILLIP WALKER-mp3 1973 - Phillip Walker - The Bottom Of The Top 01 - I Can't Lose (With The Stuff I Use). mp3 02 - Tin Pan Alley. 09 - Bad Luck Is Falling. 11 - Crawl Back To Opelousas. 1977 - Phillip Walker - Someday You'll Have These Blues.
A1 –Lonesome Sundown, Phillip Walker Steppin' Up In Class. A3 –Lonesome Sundown. A4 –Phillip Walker, The Tracers. A5 –Lonesome Sundown. A6 –Lonesome Sundown. Louisiana Lover Man. B1 –Phillip Walker. If My Tears Must Fall. B2 –Lonesome Sundown.
Phillip Walker & Lonesome Sundown Crawl Back To Louisiana P-Vine PLP 9049 tracks: - Steppin' Up In Class @ youtube - Trouble In My Home @ youtube - Gloria Belle @ youtube - The Trace - My Bad Habit (Sundown) @ youtube - Louisiana Lover Man (Sundown) @ youtube - If My Tears Must Fall @ youtube - This Is The Blues @ youtube - Bad Luck Is Falling @ youtube . Clarence Smith - Somewhere Down The Line - Little Johnny Taylor - Things I'd Do For You - . Douglas - Laughin' And Clownin' - Phillip Walker - There's Gonna Be Some Changes - Clay Hammond - One Of These Days - Sonny Rhodes - Because It's Love - Big Mama Thornton - I'm Gonna Push On - Charles Brown from 45s on the Galaxy and Fantasy labels from 1963 to.
Phillip Walker was an American electric blues guitarist, most noted for his 1959 hit single, "Hello My Darling", produced by J. R. Fulbright. He worked with Lonesome Sundown and Lonnie Brooks, and briefly joined Clifton Chenier's band in the 1950s. His album Bottom of the Top was released by Playboy in 1973. Further albums were released on Black Top, Hightone, JSP, Joliet, and Rounder Records. Walker was also known for his variety of styles and the changes he would often make for each album. Walker's final studio release is Going Back Home (2007) on Delta Groove Productions. He died of apparent heart failure at 4:30 AM, early Thursday morning, July 22, 2010.
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|A1||–Lonesome Sundown & Phillip Walker||Steppin' Up In Class|
|A2||–Phillip Walker||Trouble In My Home|
|A3||–Lonesome Sundown||Gloria Belle|
|A4||–Phillip Walker & The Tracers||The Trace
Baritone Saxophone – Samuel CrossBass – Curtis Johnson Drums – Glen McTeer*Guitar – Phillip WalkerPiano – Teddy ReynoldsTenor Saxophone – Freeman LacyTrumpet – Ike Williams
|A5||–Lonesome Sundown||My Bad Habit|
|A6||–Lonesome Sundown||Louisiana Lover Man|
|B1||–Phillip Walker||If My Tears Must Fall
Bass – Dennis WalkerDrums – Freddie LewisGuitar – Al BrunoGuitar, Vocals – Phillip WalkerPiano – Bill Murray
|B2||–Lonesome Sundown||This Is The Blues|
|B3||–Phillip Walker||Bad Luck Is Falling
Alto Saxophone – Joel PeskinBass – Charles Jones Drums – Johnny Tucker Piano – Nat DoveTenor Saxophone – David IiVocals, Guitar – Phillip Walker
|B4||–Phillip Walker & The Tracers||Bopp's Dream
Alto Saxophone – Joel PeskinBaritone Saxophone – Samuel CrossBass – Charles Jones Drums – Johnny Tucker Piano – Jimmy VaughnTenor Saxophone – David IiTrumpet – Chops AnthonyVocals, Guitar – Phillip Walker
|B5||–Lonesome Sundown||Crawl Back to Opelousas|
- Manufactured By – Blues Interactions, Inc.
- Distributed By – Blues Interactions, Inc.
- Design [Album Cover] – Hirotaka Honda
- Producer – Bruce Bromberg, Dennis Walker