Genre: Blues
Label: Pure Pleasure
Format: 33RPM,
Size: 12"


J.B. Lenoir Alabama Blues 180g LP

J.B. Lenoir

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180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl! Pressed at Pallas in Germany!

In the early 1940s, Lenoir worked with the likes of Sonny Boy Williamson and Elmore James and was also influenced by Arthur Crudup and Lightnin' Hopkins.

During the early 1960s, Lenoir struggled to work professionally. He was rediscovered by Willie Dixon and recorded with drummer Fred Below on this 1965 album which was inspired by the Civil Rights and Free Speech movements.

• 180g Vinyl
• Limited Edition
• Pressed at Pallas in Germany
• Audiophile Re-mastering

J.B. Lenoir, vocal, acoustic guitar
Freddie Below, drums (2,4,6,8,12)

1. Alabama Blues
2. The Mojo Boogie
3. God's Word
4. The Whale Has Swallowed Me
5. Move This Rope
6. I Feel So Good
7. Alabama March
8. Talk To Your Daughter
9. Mississippi Road
10. Good Advice
11. Vietnam
12. I Want To Go

Recorded May 5, 1965 in Chicago, IL under the supervision of Willie Dixon.

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