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  1. John Hammond - Big City Blues Album. Artist: John Hammond. Album: Big City Blues. 1: Statesboro Blues: 2: I'm Ready: 3: My Starter Won't Start: 4: Barbecue Blues: 5: I'm a Man: 6: Barrelhouse Woman Blues 7: Midnight Hour Blues: 8: Backdoor Man: 9: No Money Down: My Babe (Extended Version) When You Got a Good Friend: Baby Won't.
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  3. Artist: John Hammond. Album: Big City Blues. Heyo! SONGLYRICS just got interactive. Highlight. Review: RIFF-it. RIFF-it good. As I was motivatin' Back in town I saw a Cadillac sign I'm a Man: 7: I'm Ready: 8: Midnight Hour Blues: 9: My Babe (Extended Version) My Starter Won't Start: No Money Down: Statesboro Blues: When You.
  4. All of the songs aren't strictly bar blues songs per se, including "Can't Start Over Again," "Song for Sam Cooke (Here in America)" and "Hymn to Him" — but they all help sustain the album's mood.
  5. For the record, the band backing Hammond on "Big City Blues" is King Curtis's group; NOT the Hawks aka The Band, who didn't record with him until "So Many Roads." The latter's another great white electric blues album, unfortunately marred by the unspeakably lame harp playing of Charlie Musselwhite/5(13).
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  7. Listen free to John Hammond – Big City Blues (I'm Ready, My Starter Won't Start and more). 12 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at pacrothocounttanwolfdastnetanryazarpay.xyzinfo
  8. Jun 30,  · In the early 60s, John Hammond Sr. played me Robert Johnson’s “Preachin’ Blues” from King of the Delta Blues Singers. And he was smiling ear to ear that it sold 25, records by word of.

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