I Gotta Go Now - Elmore James - King Of The Slide Guitar (CD)

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  1. Mississippi born and raised, Elmore James learned his trade in the Delta in the s, emerging in the early s as the godfather of modern electric guitar, and no guitarist who ever plugged an instrument into an amp is free of his influence. Not only did he create the template for electric slide players everywhere, he also reworked his amps until they delivered a raw, overdriven sound that.
  2. King Of The Slide Guitar (CD) Elmore James Currently Unavailable. $ SHIPS FREE in U.S. Track Listing. Disc 1 Titles. Artist. Length. 1. I Gotta Go Now. Elmore James Talk to Me Baby. Elmore James Make My Dreams Come True. Elmore James.
  3. Consultez des crédits, des avis, des pistes et achetez la référence Box Set de King Of The Slide Guitar sur Discogs.
  4. Elmore's last great recordings occurred in the s when he was signed by New York producer/label-owner Bobby Robinson. Unlike many of his contemporaries, James seemingly got better as the years went by and while none of the sides feature a slide guitar anywhere near as nasty as his early Modern and Flair recordings, he's still obviously giving it all on each and every side.5/5(3).
  5. Discogs: Box Set, King Of The Slide Guitar. リリースのクレジット、レビュー、トラックを確認し、購入。.
  6. Elmore James - Final Sessions: New York music CD album at CD Universe, One of the most important and influential figures on the post war blues scene, singer. Got to Move She's Got To Go: I Gotta Go Now [Different Version] guitarist and songwriter Elmore James was the unchallenged king of the electric slide guitar.
  7. I Gotta Go Now: Elmore Jumps One: Pickin' The Blues: I've Got A Right To Love My Baby: The King of Slide Guitar: Elmore James. Play Me the Blues. Red Hot Blues. Come Go With Me. King of the Slide Guitar. CD D. Gods of Blues. The Best of Blues Guitar.
  8. Elmore James/King of the slide guitar: This 2 disk compilation has all the great cuts you'll need to understand and enjoy this great Blues artist. The influence of James' work is obvious from all the groups that have done their own versions of his songs,but his own recordings stand above and beyond those wonderful tributes to him/5(7).

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