Warren Storm & Johnny Allen - Warren Storm & Johnny Allen album flac
Title: Warren Storm & Johnny Allen
Style: Swamp Pop
MP3 album: 1311 mb
FLAC album: 1663 mb
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Warren Storm (born February 18, 1937 in Abbeville, Louisiana) is a drummer and vocalist, known as a pioneer of the musical genre swamp pop, a combination of rhythm and blues, country and western, and Cajun music and black Creole music. Born Warren Schexnider on February 18, 1937, in Abbeville, Louisiana, Storm learned to play drums and guitar from his father, a Cajun musician, and in the early 1950s Storm began to perform publicly with Larry Brasso and the Rhythmaires.
he put together a group, including Johnny Sandlin and Paul Hornsby. Duane recruited Jai Johanny Johanson (Jaimoe) after hearing his drumming on a songwriting demo of Jackie Avery, and the two moved into his home on the Tennessee River. Allman invited bassist Berry Oakley to jam with the new group; the pair had met in a Macon, Georgia club some time earlier, and became quick friends. The group had immediate chemistry, and Duane's vision for a "different" band - one with two lead guitarists and two drummers - began evolving. Meanwhile, Phil Walden, the manager of the late. Guitarist Warren Haynes, seen here in the late 1990s, joined the band for their second reunion.
Warren Worthington III. Henry McCoy. Franklin Storm (father) Mary Storm (mother) Susan Storm (sister) Reed Richards (brother-in-law) Franklin Richards (nephew) Valeria Richards (niece). Statistical information.
The best in rhythm and blues including classic sounds from Warren Storm and John Mayall with new releases from Mavis Staples, Sonny Landreth and John Primer whose latest album celebrates the centenary of blues legend Muddy Waters' birth with an all-star cast including Gary Clark, J. Johnny Winter and James Cotton. Rip It Up. The Bad Times Make The Good Times.
Shade Tree Mechanics.
|A1||–Warren Storm||Glory Of Love||2:28|
|A2||–Warren Storm||Teen Age Blues||2:00|
|A3||–Warren Storm||It's Hard But It's Fair|
|A4||–Warren Storm||Day Dreamin||4:45|
|A5||–Warren Storm||Rip It Up||2:10|
|B1||–Johnny Allen*||Broken Dreams||2:14|
|B2||–Johnny Allen*||I Must Be A Fool||2:30|
|B3||–Johnny Allen*||Love Fever||2:02|
|B4||–Johnny Allen*||Last Letter||2:00|
|B5||–Johnny Allen*||Walk Man Walk||2:25|
- Producer – Huey P. Meaux