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Ivory Joe Hunter An Introduction To...

catalog number: CDFUEL61606

weight in Kg 0,100

 

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Ivory Joe Hunter: An Introduction To...

(2006/FUEL) 16 tracks - Houston ACA Studio sessions 1968.
 

Songs

Hunter, Ivory Joe - An Introduction To... CD 1
1: I Almost Lost My Mind/Empty Arms
2: Looking For The Girl
3: Adios Senorita
4: The Cold Gray Light Of Dawn
5: I'm Coming Down With The Blues
6: Can I Help It
7: The Masquerade Is Over
8: Brenda Brown (demo)
9: Working On Me
10: Stolen Meoments
11: The Angels Sent You
12: Empty Arms
13: I'll Give You All Night To Stop
14: Ivory Tower
15: Baby Me Baby
16: Straighten Up Baby

 

Artikeleigenschaften von Ivory Joe Hunter: An Introduction To...

  • Interpret: Ivory Joe Hunter

  • Albumtitel: An Introduction To...

  • Format CD
  • Genre R&B, Soul

  • Music Genre Rhythm & Blues
  • Music Style Rhythm & Blues
  • Music Sub-Genre 251 Rhythm & Blues
  • Title An Introduction To...
  • Release date 2006
  • Label FUEL

  • SubGenre R&B Music - Classic R&B

  • EAN: 0030206160628

  • weight in Kg 0.100
 
 

Artist description "Hunter, Ivory Joe"

Ivory Joe Hunter,

born at Kirbyville, Texas, in 1914, was first recorded by Alan Lomax for the Library of Congress in 1933. Moving to Los Angeles, he recorded for a number of small labels, having R&B hits with 'Blues At Sunrise' (on his own label, Ivory) and 'Pretty Mama Blues' (Pacific). In 1947, a King contract resulted in further hits : 'Guess Who', `Landlord Blues' and 'I Quit My Pretty Mama'. Moving to MGM, Hunter's successes included 'I Almost Lost My Mind' (No. 1, in 1950) and 'I Need You So'.

Having joined Atlantic, Hunter broke into the rock'n'roll market in 1956 with a Top Twenty hit, 'Since I Met You Baby'. His own subsequent discs for Dot, Capitol and Veep sold poorly, but Nat Cole, the Five Keys, Pat Boone and Elvis Presley all did well with his songs. In recent years, Hunter based himself in Nashville where, as a member of the Grand Ole Opry, he had hopes of a fresh career in country music, the field with which his soulful blues ballads and understated barrelhouse piano had close affiliations.

He died of cancer in a Memphis Hospital, on November 8, 1974.

 
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