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Producer, Coordinator – Esmond Edwards. Recorded: September, 1966, at RCA Studios, New York City. Lonesome Traveler (LP, Album). LPS-778, LPS 778. US. 1966. Lonesome Traveler (CD, Album, RE, RM, Pap).
Ivy J. Bryant, Jr. (March 5, 1925 – September 22, 1980), known as Jimmy Bryant, was an American country music guitarist. Bryant was born in Moultrie, Georgia, the oldest of 12 children. After being wounded in World War II, he began working seriously on his guitar playing, influenced heavily by Django Reinhardt.
The album "Lonesome Traveler" is by the marvelous jazz composer, arranger, leader, and pianist Ray Bryant. Here leading a trio with brass, the group members are either the renowned Richard Davis or the impressive technique of Jimmy Rowser on double bass and the great Freddie Waits on drums with excellent support from Clark Terry and "Snookie" Young on twin flugelhorns providing some brassy punch, but no solos. This is the 15th of the 45 albums that Bryant recorded during his illustrious career. His style shows both a Gospel and funk influenced pianistic style
Imperial records Label; Album cover and record appear new; Track listing: Peach Grove Express; Elena Goodbye; Rattle Dance; Fraulein; Scottish Eagle; Blow Your Hat In The Creek; Buggy Ride; Lonesome; Fender Bender; Happy Guitar; Julie's Gone; Model 400 Buckboard. Bryant's Back In Town.
Bright Lights, Big City. Mathis James "Jimmy" Reed (September 6, 1925 – August 29, 1976) was an American blues singer, guitarist, harmonica player and songwriter, notable for bringing his distinctive style of blues to mainstream audiences. Reed was a major player in the field of electric blues. His distinctive voice, piercing harmonica and hypnotic guitar patterns were one of the blues' most easily identifiable sounds in the 1950s and 1960s, and had a significant impact on many rock and roll artists who followed, such as Elvis Presley, Billy Gibbons (ZZ Top) and the Rolling Stones.
The second of two Jimmy O'Bryant CDs released by the Austrian RST label features the early and long-obscure clarinetist (who sometimes sounded a bit like Johnny Dodds) on the last nine recordings made by his ironically titled Jimmy O'Bryant's Washboard Wonders. These trio performances feature O'Bryant, pianist Jimmy Blythe, and either Jasper Taylor or . Buddy Burton on washboard; Burton plays effective banjo on "Sugar Babe," and other highlights include "Milenberg Joys," "My Man Rocks Me," and "Shake That Thing.
Artists Ray Bryant Lonesome Traveler. Lonesome Traveler Ray Bryant. This album has an average beat per minute of 109 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 99/123 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Lonesome Traveler. 1. Lonesome Traveler. BPM Profile Lonesome Traveler. Album starts at 123BPM, ends at 115BPM (-8), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Ray Bryant.
Lonesome Traveler (remaster) '1966.
drive Blue & Lonesome. At his least inspired, Jagger can sound like a man who isn’t singing so much as rearranging a well-worn series of mannerisms and tics, but here his vocals are extremely powerful and genuinely affecting, as if he’s digging deep within himself to find the emotions to fit the material. The sound is appealingly visceral and live: the guitars are spiky and slashing, the drums punch hard, everything – including Jagger’s voice – is coated with a thin, crisp layer of distortion, as if the band are playing at such volume and with such force that the microphones can’t quite take it.
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