Modern Electric Blues Regional Blues Texas Blues. Roppongi PIT INN. Submit Corrections.
Recorded at Roppongi Pit Inn on November 28, 1979. Originally comes with OBI and insert. Rights Society: JASRAC. Other (JASRAC LIcensing Code): R-510005. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All.
Listen to Phillip Walker Radio featuring songs from The Blues Show! Live at the Pit Inn free online. Слушать бесплатное интернет-радио, спорт, музыку, новости, разговорное и подкасты. События в прямом эфире, трансляции игр NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, университетских команд и матчи Премьер-лиги. CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, ESPN, BBC, NPR.
The Pit Inn reopened in July 1992, at a new location in Shinjuku. It continued to offer an afternoon and an evening performance, with the former being for d musicians. "Phillip Walker – Blues Show Live at Pit Inn". Retrieved 16 August 2017. Leggett, Steve "Lowell Fulson – The Blues Show! Live at Pit Inn 1980".
Get the Tempo of the tracks from The Blues Show! Live At The Pitt In (1998) by Phillip Walker. This album has an average beat per minute of 124 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 84/164 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The Blues Show! Live at the Pitt In.
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Release group information. Artist: Phillip Walker Band With George Harmonica Smith.
Phillip Walker (February 11, 1937 – July 22, 2010) was an American electric blues guitarist, most noted for his 1959 hit single, "Hello My Darling", produced by J. R. Fulbright. Although Walker continued playing throughout his life, he recorded more sparsely. Walker grew up in Texas and learned to play guitar in his teens in Houston. He worked with Lonesome Sundown and Lonnie Brooks, and briefly joined Clifton Chenier's band in the 1950s. By the 1960s he was in a R&B band in Los Angeles with his wife Ina, who used the stage name Bea Bopp . 1973 Bottom of the Top (Playboy). 1977 Someday You'll Have These Blues (Joliet). 1980 The Blues Show! Live at Pit Inn (Yupiteru). 1984 Tough As I Want to Be (Rounder).
|1||Hello My Darling Phillip Walker||Phillip Walker feat: George "Harmonica" Smith||2:47|
|2||Laughing and Clowing Sam Cooke||Phillip Walker feat: George "Harmonica" Smith||6:30|
|3||Yonders Wall Elmore James||Phillip Walker feat: George "Harmonica" Smith / Willie Smith||5:11|
|4||That's All Right Jimmy Rogers||Phillip Walker feat: Willie Mae Ford Smith||8:05|
|5||Blues Blowin' Up||Phillip Walker feat: George "Harmonica" Smith||3:34|
|6||Mississippi River Blues||Phillip Walker feat: George "Harmonica" Smith||6:34|
|7||Strange Things Happening Percy Mayfield||Phillip Walker feat: George "Harmonica" Smith||6:22|
|8||Johnny B. Goode Chuck Berry||Phillip Walker feat: George "Harmonica" Smith||2:46|
|9||Hello Central Sam Hopkins||Phillip Walker feat: George "Harmonica" Smith||5:00|
Performer: Phillip Walker
Title: Blues Show Live at Pit Inn
Recording date: November 28, 1979
Style: Modern Electric Blues,Regional Blues,Texas Blues
Recording location: Roppongi PIT INN
Size MP3: 1846 mb
Size FLAC: 1948 mb
Rating: 4.6 / 5
Other Formats: AHX APE VQF MOD ASF XM