Rollin And Tumblin - Elmore James - King Of The Slide Guitar (CD)

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  1. Although the Capricorn box set does a great job of rounding at least one take of everything James cut for Bobby Robinson's Fire & Enjoy labels, if you want (or need) to sweat it down to bare essentials, this is the one to grab out of the blues bin and take home. The remastering by Little Walter Devenne on this single disc is exemplary and for late period Elmore, this truly is the best of the best.
  2. Sep 22,  · On the record Second Album, Roy Buchanan included an instrumental song he wrote titled "Tribute to Elmore James," which begins with James' classic slide guitar riff.
  3. Likewise, John Campbelljohn has built a strong reputation for his terrific guitar work (of course, on slide too), as well as his songwriting and vocals, though he defers vocals to Nicholson here. Campbelljohn’s slide style is more refined and versatile than James—known as the “King of the Slide Guitar.
  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. Elmore's Contribution To Jazz Cry For Me Baby Take Me Where You Go Bobby's Back The Sky Is Crying Baby Please Set A Date Held My Baby Last Night Dust My Broom Disc 2 The Sun Is Shining I Can't Hold Out Stormy Monday Blues Madison Blues The Sun Is Shining Strange Angels Rollin' And.
  6. We were rollin' and tumblin'Right the whole night long We were rollin' and tumblin'Right the whole night long When I woke up this mornin' baby All I had was gone Well I rolled my baby She's goin' to jump and shout Well I rolled my baby She's goin' to jump and shout When that train rolls up boys I'm gonna come walkin' on home.
  7. King of the slide guitar.. [Elmore James] The sky is crying --Baby please set a date --Held my baby last night --Dust my broom --Bobby's rock --Rollin' and tumblin' --Done somebody wrong --Something inside of me --I'm worried --Fine little mama --I need you --Early one morning --I can't stop loving you --Strange CD\/a>, schema.
  8. Elmore James - King of the Slide Guitar / The Complete Chess, Chief & Fire Sessions Charly CD-RED-BOX-4 EU No two ways about it, the most influential slide guitarist of the postwar period was Elmore James, hands down.

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