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How Long, How Long Blues - Lonnie Donegan - Showcase...Plus

10 thoughts on “ How Long, How Long Blues - Lonnie Donegan - Showcase...Plus

  1. Zulubei
    Lonnie Donegan - Showcase plus () , Country The version of Leroy Carr's "How Long, How Long Blues" is almost as much a jazz piece as a blues workout, with guitarist Denny Wright subbing on the piano. Having replaced Bishop in , Wright is playing most of the lead guitar on those tracks, on the accompanying single Author: Lonnie Donegan.
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  2. Zoloshakar
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Showcase Plus on Discogs/5(4).
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  3. Talrajas
    Jul 17,  · An exciting mix of styles, especially for a formative mid Fifties album - several of the tracks are the typically energetic Skiffle songs that made Lonnie a star in the first place and several others are much more downbeat and slower. We see him even attempt a track with jazz backing in "How Long, How Long Blues". Honestly, it's a little peculiar/5(4).
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  4. Tojajar
    REM GENRE Folk REM DATE REM DISCID CF1A REM COMMENT "ExactAudioCopy vpb5" PERFORMER "Lonnie Donegan" TITLE "Showcase plus" FILE "01 - .
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  5. Zulujinn
    Lonnie Donegan No Jimmie Rodgers song has shown more enduring appeal than Blue Yodel No. 8, although it's doubtful the Singing Brakeman would recognize his song in its current incarnation. Nearly all contemporary versions can be traced directly to Bill Monroe's high-adrenaline bluegrass arrangement or the manic rockabilly approach best known Brand: Donegan, Lonnie.
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  6. Vogal
    Sequel Records has decided to honor Lonnie Donegan with its Lonnie series, reissuing all of his classic Pye/Nixa sides from through , and Showcase Plus is the place to begin. The first 13 tracks on this song CD are from various EPs and singles cut by Donegan in late and early , doing a wide range of country blues and folk material, with repertory by Leroy Carr 9/
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