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Chicken Shack Back Home - Alexis Korner - I Wonder Who ? (Vinyl, LP, Album)

Chicken Shack Back Home - Alexis Korner - I Wonder Who ? (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  • Negul says:
    Every Day I Have The Blues: 60s Anthology [Import], CD, Boxed Set, Clamshell Packaging, United Kingdom - Import, Blues,
  • Nejinn says:
    Written-By – Alexis Korner: 4: Come Back Written-By – Alexis Korner: 5: Going Down Slow Written By – ciocazrodacastplotasadlapkyconnchess.coinfo: 6: Blues Arranged By – Jelly Roll Morton: 7: Rivers Invitation Written-By – Percy Mayfield: 8: I Wonder Who? Written-By – Alexis Korner: 9: Chicken Shack Back Home Written-By – Jimmy Smith: County Jail Blues.
  • Nelkis says:
    LP (12"/10" Album) · TRADING PLACES · 24/01/ · in BLUES / COUNTRY / OLDIES. Alexis Korner's third album, originally released on the Transatlantic Label in , after two live albums recorded at The Cavern and The Marquee, featuring his all-time hits 'Stormy Monday' and Chicken Shack'.
  • Terr says:
    Come Back Going Down Slow Blues River's Invitation I Wonder Who Chicken Shack Back Home County Jail Blues Roll 'Em Pete Betty And Dupree See See Rider Line-up:: Bass – Danny Thompson Drums – Terry Cox Vocals, Guitar [Electric, Tipple Guitar on track 7] – Alexis Korner.
  • Mazunris says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of I Wonder Who on Discogs.
  • Daigul says:
    Widely acclaimed as the Godfather of British blues, the late Alexis Korner boasts a reputation which is fully deserved. As leader of Blues Incorporated, he was a pioneer of the genre, a Zelig-like presence and generous enabler who inspired a swathe of putative young blueshounds that included Brian Jones, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards (as Richards once acknowledged, The .
  • Meztikus says:
    Chicken Shack Back Home 2 Streamline Train 3 Betty & Dupree 4 Come Back 5 See See Rider 6 Going Down Slow 7 I Wonder Who? 8 Blues 9 Rivers Invitation 10 Rock Me 11 Watermelon Man 12 County Jail Blues 13 Roll 'Em Pete /5(1).
  • Fenriramar says:
    Alexis Korner In the early Fifties Korner (born in ) flirted with traditional jazz and skiffle before opening the London Blues and Barrelhouse Club with Cyril Davies in The pair first played together at the club's Thursday evening sessions, which attracted visiting American blues-men as well as local enthusiasts.

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