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Armstrong and Ellington were among the first fans (and employers) of this legendary guitarist; countless imitators followed. These 20 1941-53 tracks reveal why bluesmen and jazz cats revere him: Lazy Woman Blues; He's a Jelly-Roll Baker; What a Woman; I'm Guilty; Seven Long Days; It Was All in Vain, and more!
Armstrong and Ellington were among the first fans (and employers) of this legendary guitarist; countless imitators followed. These 20 1941-53 tracks reveal why bluesmen and jazz cats revere him: Lazy Woman Blues; He's a Jelly-Roll Baker; What a Woman; I'm Guilty; Seven Long Days; It Was All in Vain, and more!
693723498928

Details

Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Catalog: SPV49892
Rel. Date: 07/17/2007
UPC: 693723498928

Why Should I Cry [Import]
Artist: Lonnie Johnson
Format: CD
New: Not currently available
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Lazy Woman Blues
2. He's a Jelly-Roll Baker
3. The Victim of Love
4. Tomorrow Night
5. Friendless Blues
6. What a Real Woman
7. What a Woman
8. Falling Rain Blues
9. Why Should I Cry 1
10. It Was All in Vain 1
11. Me and My Crazy Self 1
12. Seven Long Days 1
13. I'm Guilty 1
14. Just Another Day 1
15. You Can't Buy Love 1
16. Can't Sleep Any More 1
17. Don't Make Me Cry, Baby 1
18. My Woman Is Gone 1
19. Will You Remember 2
20. Stick with It Baby

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Armstrong and Ellington were among the first fans (and employers) of this legendary guitarist; countless imitators followed. These 20 1941-53 tracks reveal why bluesmen and jazz cats revere him: Lazy Woman Blues; He's a Jelly-Roll Baker; What a Woman; I'm Guilty; Seven Long Days; It Was All in Vain, and more!
        
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