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Johnnie Temple - (1936 - 1940) album mp3

  • Performer: Johnnie Temple
  • Genre: Blues
  • Title: (1936 - 1940)
  • Released: 1989
  • MP3 version size: 1852 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1365 mb
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Album · 1994 · 23 Songs.

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Johnnie Temple ‎– (1936 - 1940). Label: RST Records ‎– BD-2067. Series: Blues Documents – BD-2067. Format: Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Remastered, Mono. Bass – John LindsayClarinet – John Robinson (20)Guitar – Lonnie Johnson (2)Piano – Sam Price Vocals – Johnnie Temple. B5. I'm Cuttin' Out. Clarinet – Buster BaileyDrums – Herb Cowans Guitar – Al CaseyPiano – Sam Price Vocals – Johnnie Temple. B6. Sugar Bowl Blues.

Album · 1994 · 23 Songs. Johnnie Temple 1935-1940: From Mississippi to Chicago (The Blues). BD Music Presents Skip James & Johnnie Temple.

Songs from Johnnie Temple Vol. 3 1940-1949 by Johnnie Temple, Johnny Temple. Free download and listen Johnnie Temple Vol. 3 1940-1949. Johnnie Temple - Big Woman Blues 02:49. Hamfat Swing 1936-1938 - Harlem Hamfats, Johnnie Temple, Rosetta Howard. Johnny Temple's Believe My Sins Have Found Me Out - Johnny Temple. Johnnie Temple 1935-1940: From Mississippi to Chicago - Johnnie Temple. Johnnie Temple Vol. 2 1938-1940 - Johnnie Temple. 3 1940-1949, 2005. 2 1938-1940 - What a Fool I've Been, Walkin' Blues, If I Could Holler and 8 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. From: Johnnie Temple. Count: 8. Views: 1. 2 1938-1940 tracks. What a Fool I've Been.

Johnny Temple (October 18, 1906 – November 22, 1968) was an American Chicago blues guitarist and singer, who was active in the 1930s and 1940s. He was variously billed as Johnny Temple, Johnnie Temple and Johnnie "Geechie" Temple. 3 Selected discography.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Louise Louise Blues
Guitar – Charlie McCoy Piano [Prob.] – Jimmie Gordon, Joshua AltheimerVocals – Johnnie Temple*
A2 Snapping Cat
Bass [String Bass] – Unknown ArtistGuitar – Charlie McCoy Piano [Prob.] – Jimmie Gordon, Joshua AltheimerVocals – Johnnie Temple*
A3 So Lonely And Blue
Bass [String Bass] – Unknown ArtistGuitar – Charlie McCoy Piano [Prob.] – Jimmie Gordon, Joshua AltheimerVocals – Johnnie Temple*
A4 New Louise Louise Blues
Bass [String Bass] – Unknown ArtistGuitar – Charlie McCoy Piano [Prob.] – Jimmie Gordon, Joshua AltheimerVocals – Johnnie Temple*
A5 Pimple Blues
Bass [String Bass] – Unknown ArtistGuitar – Charlie McCoy Piano [Prob.] – Jimmie Gordon, Joshua AltheimerVocals – Johnnie Temple*
A6 Gimme Some Of That Yum Yum Yum
Accompanied By – Harlem Hamfats*Bass [String Bass] – John LindsayClarinet – Odell RandDrums – Fred FlynnGuitar – Joe McCoyGuitar, Mandolin – Charlie McCoy Piano – Horace MalcolmVocals – Johnnie Temple*
A7 Mama's Bad Luck Child
Accompanied By – Harlem Hamfats*Bass [String Bass] – John LindsayClarinet – Odell RandDrums – Fred FlynnGuitar – Joe McCoyGuitar, Mandolin – Charlie McCoy Piano – Horace MalcolmVocals – Johnnie Temple*
A8 Fare You Well
Accompanied By – Harlem Hamfats*Bass [String Bass] – John LindsayClarinet – Odell RandDrums – Fred FlynnGuitar – Joe McCoyGuitar, Mandolin – Charlie McCoy Piano – Horace MalcolmVocals – Johnnie Temple*
A9 When The Breath Bids Your Girl Friend's Body Goodbye
Bass [String Bass] – Unknown ArtistClarinet – Odell RandPiano – Joshua AltheimerVocals, Guitar – Johnnie Temple*
A10 What A Fool I've Been
Bass [String Bass] – Unknown ArtistClarinet – Odell RandPiano – Joshua AltheimerVocals, Guitar – Johnnie Temple*
B1 Mississippi Woman's Blues
Bass [String Bass] – Unknown ArtistClarinet – Odell RandPiano – Joshua AltheimerVocals, Guitar – Johnnie Temple*
B2 Jelly Roll Bert
Bass [String Bass] – Unknown ArtistGuitar – Teddy BunnPiano – Sam Price*Vocals – Johnnie Temple*
B3 Better Not Let My Good Gal Catch You Here
Bass [String Bass] – Unknown ArtistGuitar – Teddy BunnPiano – Sam Price*Vocals – Johnnie Temple*
B4 Evil Bad Woman
Bass [String Bass] – John LindsayClarinet – John Robinson Guitar – Lonnie Johnson Piano – Sam Price*Vocals – Johnnie Temple*
B5 I'm Cuttin' Out
Clarinet – Buster BaileyDrums – Herb Cowans*Guitar [Maybe] – Al CaseyPiano – Sam Price*Vocals – Johnnie Temple*
B6 Sugar Bowl Blues
Clarinet – Buster BaileyDrums – Herb Cowans*Guitar [Maybe] – Al CaseyPiano – Sam Price*Vocals – Johnnie Temple*
B7 My Pony
Clarinet – Buster BaileyDrums – Unknown ArtistPiano – Lil Armstrong*Trumpet – Henry "Red" AllenVocals – Johnnie Temple*
B8 Jive Me, Baby
Clarinet – Buster BaileyDrums – Unknown ArtistPiano – Lil Armstrong*Trumpet – Henry "Red" AllenVocals – Johnnie Temple*
B9 Bowleg Woman
Clarinet – Buster BaileyDrums – Unknown ArtistPiano – Lil Armstrong*Trumpet – Henry "Red" AllenVocals – Johnnie Temple*

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Rudolf Staeger
  • Produced For – RST Records
  • Remastered At – Studio Klement
  • Copyright (c) – RST Records
  • Copyright (c) – Paul Oliver

Credits

  • Compiled By, Producer – Johnny Parth
  • Executive-Producer – Rudi Staeger
  • Photography By – Paul Oliver
  • Remastered By – Hans Klement

Notes

Compiled and produced for RST Records.

Copyright 1989: RST Records, Austria.

Photo © Paul Oliver, used by permission.

Original recordings from the collections of Roger Misiewicz, Johnny PArth, Jim Prohaska, Guido van Rijn, Tom Tsotsi, Ernest S. Virgo.

Remastering: Studio Hans Klement, Vienna.

Exclusive Distribution: Rudolf Staeger
Obere Amtshausgasse 27/11, A-1050 Vienna, Austria. Phone 0222-54-28-73

Considering the extreme rarity of the original 78s, condition is generally better than might be hoped, but it must be borne in mind that only one or two copies are known to exist of some titles.

Discographical details from Blues And Gospel Records 1902 - 1943 by John Godrich and Robert Dixon (third edition, Storyville 1982).

Supplements suggested: Document DLP-511, RCA NL-89588 (V. A. - Chicago Anthology), Jazz Archives JA-46 and JA-47 (V.A. - "Henry Allen & The Blues Singerns")

A1: 90981-A Chciago, 12 November 1936
A2: 91246-A Chicago, 14 May 1937
A3: 91247-A Chicago, 14 May 1937
A4: 91248-A Chicago, 14 May 1937
A5: 91250-AChicago, 14 May 1937
A6: 62653-A New York City, 6 October 1937
A7: 62655-A New York City, 6 October 1937
A8: 63672-A New York City, 22 April 1938
A9: 91519-A Chicago, 17 October 1938
A10: 91521-A Chicago, 17 October 1938
B1: 91524-A Chicago, 17 October 1938
B2: 65203-A New York City, 6 March 1939
B3: 65207-A New York City, 6 March 1939
B4: 91760-A Chicago, 13 September 1939
B5: 67491-A New York City, 4 April 1940
B6: 67495-A New York City, 4 April 1940
B7: 68137-A New York City, 23 September 1940
B8: 68138-A New York City, 23 September 1940
B9: 68140-A New York City, 23 September 1940

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: AUSTRO MECHANA
  • Label Code: LC 8395
  • Matrix / Runout: BD 2067 A 1 BE
  • Matrix / Runout: BD 2067 B 1 BE