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J.B. Lenoir Mojo

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weight in Kg 0,100


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J.B. Lenoir: Mojo

(1951-54 'JOB/Parrot') (67:03/23)


J.B. Lenoir - Mojo Medium 1
1: I Want My Baby
2: The Mountain
3: My Baby Told Me
4: Eisenhower Blues
5: Sitting Down Thinking
6: I'll Die Tryin'
7: Deep In The Debt Blues
8: Slow Down Woman
9: I Have Married
10: I'm Gonna Die Someday (I Must Die)
11: I'm In Korea
12: The Mojo
13: How Can I Leave
14: Mama Talk To Your Daughter
15: People Are Meddling
16: Let's Roll
17: How Much More
18: Korea Blues
19: Louise
20: Man Watch Your Woman
21: Tay Paying Blues
22: Carrie Lee
23: Play A Little While


Artikeleigenschaften von J.B. Lenoir: Mojo

  • Interpret: J.B. Lenoir

  • Albumtitel: Mojo

  • Format CD
  • Genre Blues

  • Music Genre Blues
  • Music Style Classic Chicago Blues
  • Music Sub-Genre 911 Classic Chicago Blues
  • Title Mojo

  • SubGenre Blues - Electric

  • EAN: 0805772606722

  • weight in Kg 0.100

Artist description "Lenoir, J.B."

J.B. Lenoir

Next Stop Vietnam


J. B. Lenoir

Collectors Blues LP 62593

J. B. Lenoir was born in Monticello, Mississippi on March 5, 1929. He died in an auto accident in Champaign, Illinois on April 29, 1967. Lenoir recorded regularly from 1951 until shortly before his death, mostly on Chicago-based labels such as Chess, Checker, Parrot and Relic. On some of his early records he was backed by His Bayou Boys and in 1963 he recorded several sides with His African Hunch Rhythm, a group that included Willie Dixon on second vocals.


Lenoir had a history of writing and recording topical songs. In addition to Vietnam, examples include Korea Blues ['51], I'm In Korea ['54], Eisenhower Blues ['54], Alabama March ['65], Everybody Crying About Vietnam ['65], Shot On James Meredith ['66] and Vietnam Blues ['66]. His only R&B chart entry, under the name J.B. Lenore, was the 1955 song Mama, Talk Your Daughter [#11].

Various - History Next Stop Is Vietnam 1961-2008 (13-CD)
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