The End - Jimmy McCracklin And His Blues Blasters - Im Gonna Have My Fun (Vinyl, LP)
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JIMMY McCRACKLIN The Walk. You wouldn't expect a career bluesman to be among the artists leading 's rock and roll dance movement, triggered by "The Stroll" (the first rock era dance to really cause a sensation) and the more specialized "Hand Jive" and "Freeze." But Jimmy McCracklin wasn't so rigid as to refuse to stretch his boundaries if it furthered his career.
JIMMY MCCRACKLIN: Gonna Tell Your Mother (rare blues & r&b vinyl 45) Jul 18,
Jimmy McCracklin Sings, his first solo album, was released in , in the West Coast blues style. In , McCracklin recorded "Just Got to Know" for his own Art-Tone label in Oakland, after the record made No. 2 on the R&B chart. For a brief period in the early s McCracklin ran the Continental Club in San Francisco.
Peacock - The Cheater / My Story - Jimmy McCracklin and his Blues Blasters (members Jimmy McCracklin, ..) Modern - Blues Blasters' Boogie / The Panic's On – Modern - Darlin ' Share Your Love / Give My Heart A Break – Modern - .
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Although McCracklin had already been recording for a few years, his association with Modern marked his first reasonably long tenure with an established label. This track disc covers his first stay with the company, covering a half dozen singles, three songs that first showed up on the Ace album And His Blues Blasters, and ten demos.
Jimmy McCracklin One of the pioneers of West Coast blues, singer, pianist and songwriter Jimmy McCracklin enjoyed one of the longest recording careers in the blues, lasting from until Born James Walker on Aug. 13, , in Helena, Arkansas, McCracklin was influenced in St. Louis by singer-pianist Walter Davis, one of the most popular.
JIMMY MCCRACKLIN BIOGRAPHY Jimmy McCracklin (James David Walker, St. Louis, Missouri, August 13, – San Pablo, California, December 20, ) was an American pianist, vocalist, harmonica player and songwriter. His style contained West Coast blues, Jump blues, and Rhythm & Blues. Over a career that spanned seven decades, he said he had written almost [ ].
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