My Baby - Frank Frost With Freddie & The Screamers - Deep Blues (CD, Album)


1992
Label: Appaloosa - AP 068-2 • Format: CD Album • Country: Italy • Genre: Blues • Style: Electric Blues, Harmonica Blues
My Baby - Frank Frost With Freddie & The Screamers - Deep Blues (CD, Album)

 ·  · In Appaloosa released Frank Frost With Freddie & The Screamers – Deep Blues on CD. In fact there are two releases of the one album, the first was a CD released on the Evidence label in , and the other released on the HMG label in Then there is a CD titled Live in Lucerne, released in by R.O.A.D Records/5(1).

King of the Blues, Vol. 1. Blind Lemon Jefferson. Record Label. King of the Blues [P-Vine Japan] B.B. King. Record Label. Kill Sound Before Sound Kills You.

Frank Scott did some of the first early recordings of Albert Collins in the early days in Texas. He also was part of the Every Hour Blues Boys along with Jimmie Lee Robinson and a young Freddy King (before he changed his spelling to Freddie) in the early 50's. What a way to start the day.

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Blue Note Works series [] - The Modern Jazz Series continued into the s with the LPs listed were issued in both monaural versions (BLP series) and stereo versions.


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  1. The late Frank Frost was one of the foremost Delta Blues harmonica players. The Arkansas native moved to St. Louis in the 50s and played with Sonny Boy Williamson, Sam Carr and Robert Nighthawk. In the 60s, he moved to the Mississippi Delta, recorded for /5(6).

  2.  · Originally issued on Appaloosa, this reissue teams Frank Frost with producer-guitar hotshot Fred James, Bob Kommersmith on upright bass, and Gatemouth Brown alumnus Waldo Latowsky on drums. The grooves are straightforward and cleanly played with a true spark of spontaneity plainly evident in the entire session/10(8).

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