Johnny Fuller - West Coast R&B / Blues Legend - Vol.2 album flac
Title: West Coast R&B / Blues Legend - Vol.2
Style: Rhythm & Blues
MP3 album: 1749 mb
FLAC album: 1813 mb
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American Blues Legend, Vol. 2. Label.
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Johnny Fuller was a West Coast bluesman who left behind a spate of 1950s recordings that jumped all kinds of genre fences with seemingly no trace of his Mississippi born roots. He was equally at home with low down blues, gospel, R&B, and rock & roll, all of it imbued with strong vocals and a driving guitar style. Although his Mississippi roots were never far below the surface of his best work, Johnny is usually categorized as a West Coast bluesman
Johnny Fuller (April 20, 1929 – May 20, 1985) was an American West Coast and electric blues singer and guitarist. Fuller showed musical diversity, performing in several musical genres including rhythm and blues, gospel and rock and roll. His distinctive singing and guitar playing appeared on a number of 1950s San Francisco Bay Area recordings, although he ceased performing regularly by the late 1970s. He worked as an auto mechanic from 1968 to 1983. His best known recording, "Haunted House", was later covered with some success by Jumpin' Gene Simmons
|2||Garden Of Memories|
|4||My Heart Is Bleeding|
|5||Don't Slam That Door|
|9||Stop, Look And Listen|
|11||Weeping And Moaning|
|13||First Stage Of The Blues|
|14||No More, No More|
|15||All Night Long|
|16||You Got Me Whistling|
|18||The Mighty Hand|
|19||Swingin' At The Creek|
|20||Many Rivers, Mighty Seas|
|22||She's Too Much|
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