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This is a very nice melodic instrumental track, very much in the vein of Mr Fingers' early house releases. The effective use of Xylophone fused with ambient, moody riffs creates a very catchy, soulful track. a must for any deep house lover and uber hard to find. Reply See 1 reply Notify me 1 Helpful.

Great Guitars is an album by blues guitarist Joe Louis Walker. It was released in 1997 on the Polygram label as catalogue number 537141. Many of the songs on the album are duets with other artists. Low Down Dirty Blues" (Walker) – 6:57. First Degree" (Turner, Walker) – 4:22. Mile-Hi Club" (Walker) – 6:08. Fix Our Love" (Walker) – 6:05. Every Girl I See" (Dixon, Murphy) – 6:01. Cold and Evil Night" (Walker) – 5:23.

Told in his own words, the story of boxer Joe Louis-one of the greatest sports figures of this century-encompasses all the excitement of his career and some of the best fight descriptions ever published. Drugs, women, business failures, the collapse of his first marriage, battles with the . government over taxes-these and other personal conflicts are recounted with s Told in his own words, the story of boxer Joe Louis-one of the greatest sports figures of this century-encompasses all the excitement of his career and some of. the best fight descriptions ever published.

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It is an easy speed-read. As a simply boy from the red clay of Alabama, Louis lived a poor but virtually trouble-free life in the love and company of a close-knit family of a stepfather, mother and sixteen brothers and sisters. Until boxing, his only ambition in life was to become a gentleman farmer.

Like Mayall, Joe's own abilities as a bluesman are on a par with those who have influenced him down the years, making him as much of the real deal as yer Muddy or Wolf (OK, he may not have 'enjoyed' their kind of personal hardships, but growing up close to the poverty and squalor that is a way of life in Kingston, Jamaica has given BJL a blues perspective that someone who achieved their adolescence in the semi-suburbia of Kingston, Surrey could not possibly have the same handle on!) . Some albums were still coming out in a vinyl-only format, and Big Joe Louis And His Blues Kings was one such album. We've been regularly asked about the prospect of a CD issue down the years since that vinyl issue was deleted

My Own Love Song is a 2010 road movie directed and written by Olivier Dahan and starring Renée Zellweger, Forest Whitaker, Madeline Zima and Nick Nolte. It premiered in Dahan's native France on April 7, 2010 and in the United States at the Tribeca Film Festival between April 21 to May 2, 2010. The soundtrack contains music written by Bob Dylan, including Zellweger singing a cover of "Life Is Hard" from his 2009 album Together Through Life.

Bluesman Joe Louis Walker has been around long enough to know that, well, everybody wants a piece  . His decades of experience certainly show on Everybody Wants a Piece where he wails on guitar on blues rockers like Do I Love Her, the R&B-flavored cut Witchcraft and the shuffling blues of Young Girls Blues. Walker’s strong voice is also perfectly suited to gospel interpretations, which he shows off here with a unique take on the chestnut Wade in the Water. Joe Louis Walker: Yes. I was on a bus in Vancouver, Canada in the late ‘60s and an older guy got on. He said hello to me, and I hadn't been in town long and was kind of standoffish, so I didn't say anything.

Tracklist

The Love Of My Own (Instrumental) 4:55
My Own (Dub) 5:00

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BP 3680 Joe Louis* The Love Of My Own ‎(12") Target Records BP 3680 US 1986
BTN 002 Joe R. Lewis* Love Of My Own ‎(12", Ltd, Unofficial, Blu) Booton Records BTN 002 US 2007
BTN 002 Joe R. Lewis* Love Of My Own ‎(12", Unofficial) Booton Records BTN 002 US 2007
BTN 002 Joe R. Lewis* Love Of My Own ‎(12", Unofficial, W/Lbl) Booton Records BTN 002 US 2007
C#CC034 DJ Joe Lewis* Love Of My Own EP ‎(12", EP, RE, RM) Clone Classic Cuts C#CC034 Netherlands 2018
C#CC34 DJ Joe Lewis* Love Of My Own EP ‎(3xFile, FLAC, EP, RE, RM) Clone Classic Cuts C#CC34 Netherlands 2019



Comments: (19)
Fawrindhga
Excellent pressing and music. But the labels are not well printed and difficult to read.
Adrielmeena
Got a Near Mint copy for sale, hit me up.
Nicearad
Enjoying the A-side, but Life Immoreal is so special. Classic indeed!!
Mr_Jeйson
Recorded at Fingers’ studio right after he’d finished putting together Bring Down The Walls for Robert Owens. Hence the same sounds used as they were already loaded. Information told to me by Larry Heard himself, August 2016.
Hasirri
yeah, bootlegs are a bitch. now that we are on the subject; can you explain these to us, tracks crated by jamie read released under your name.. https://www.discogs.com/Joe-Louis-Netherlands-EP/master/736540https://www.discogs.com/Joe-Louis-Back-To-The-Beginning/release/1934https://www.discogs.com/Joe-Lewis-The-Beginning-And-The-Ending/release/34130https://www.discogs.com/Joe-Lewis-The-Return-Of-Joe-Lewis/master/6587and the 'love on my own' track sounds like a straight larry heard production. makes me wonder if any of the music released under your name is actually.. you.
Hurus
The record that bares my name, Joe Lewis, (white label, unofficial release) on this page is a bootleg. I just couldn’t sit back and let this happen to you fine people. The Love of My Own, Dub Of My Own, and Love Mystery is written, produced, recorded, created, and all copyrights belongs to me, Joe Lewis – president C.E.O., and founder of Target Records Chicago.But, we regret to inform you that there is a guy here in Chicago that bootlegged one of our albums, used my name and our logo’s, and re-released it under his bootleg record label named ”booton records” without our knowledge or our written consent. Buyers beware!!! This bootleg copy is of poor quality and never should have been re-released in the first place, but it was thou, under false pretenses. I will never release or support music on a bootleg record label named, booton records, nor will I be or get behind it or will I be responsible for it, ever!! And this bootleg album should never be bought, ever! So now you have it, you can also help to spread the word all over the world. I will never do business with any of the parties that are involved on this page for doing this shady and unthinkable crime.On the other hand, the original album that was released on my record label in 1987 on “TARGET RECORDS” that bares the songs: The Love of My own, Dub of My Own, and Love Mystery, you should continue to buy and support to the fullest! If you have any questions regarding this or any other matter, don’t hesitate to email us directly at [email protected] we respond to all inquiries. A special note to the bootlegger, YOU JUST CAN’T HAVE IT YOUR WAY! All rights of the producer and of the owner of the work reproduced reserved. Unauthorized copying, hiring, lending, public performance and broadcasting of our record prohibited. We’re going to take this one for the team Chicago in court! NO JUSTICE!! NO PEACE!!
Usic
Joe Lewis is a Thief and a LIAR who stole tracks from Jamie Read . He has some nerve. READ THE TRUTH!:Jaime ReadProfile:Jaime Read first started listening to house music when his sister started bringing back tapes of the Shoom and Spectrum in 1988. Before then his influences where mainly electo, taping the shows of Mike Allen on capital radio. In 1991 he was lent an Ensoniq sq1+32, and made a few tunes (one of which Richie Hawtin wanted to release). He next hired some studio time from Justin David and made a few tunes there, some of which would later appear on basement 282 records under Joe Lewis's name. It was around this time that he met up with Insynch and Mysteron and started using their studio (the parlour), it was here that he recorded further tracks, some which would ended up on the album 'The End Of The Beginning' and some for an E.P. on Tenth Planet, It was also around this time that he recorded his E.P. for Ugly Music and the tunes that Joe Lewis would later steal and release as his own. During this time he was going out a lot in Brighton where he met Felix Dickinson who turned him on to a hell of a lot of music and they started djing together at The Joint (where they held a residency for 5 years). When Felix started Ugly Music with Tony Lee they naturally considered Jaime to be one of their main contributors. One night when Chicago 'producer' Joe R Lewis was D.J.ing at Tony's club night in Brighton they played him some of Jaime's forthcoming releases for Ugly. Joe was so impressed that he offered to release some of the tracks on his label Target. Jaime was star struck and Felix and Tony didn't want to stand in the way of what seemed like a great opportunity for Jaime. Joe left with a D.A.T. load of music, which he then sold as his own for the next 10 years to labels such as Relief, Basement 282, and Peace Frog. Jaime continued producing music for Ugly Music and his own label Push to Shove, and also released a triple album for Fragmented in 1997 (Joe Lewis hasn't released anything other than Jaime's music since that night, which raises questions as to the ownership of the tracks he released prior to then). In 2000 when Felix moved to London to pursue his own production career, he called on old friend Jaime to start a new collaborative project. One of Jaime's aliases prior to this had been L.H.A.S. (Larry Heard Appreciation Society), and as a fellow admirer of Larry Heard's work Felix suggested the Society expand and they change the name to L.H.A.S. Inc. to give a further nod to the work Larry Heard did as Fingers Inc. (and to differentiate it from the solo work Jaime had done previously). Their first session together produced the song Reasons (that was recorded in 2 hours) which was sold along with the track Ports to Doc Martin's label Wax. This first release was soon followed by E.P.s for Eskimo and Felix's new label Cynic, as well as a track for the album Cynicism.
Mmsa
PEOPLE!Have a look at the notes on this...!:https://www.discogs.com/Joe-Lewis-The-Beginning-And-The-Ending/release/34130incredible! Joe R Lewis is the biggest scum on the world and i keep seeing him moaning about someone bootlegging his stuff...
Gna
maybe look at yourself first before pointing the fingers at others ;)
iSlate
The record that bares my name, Joe Lewis, on this page is a bootleg. I just couldn’t sit back and let this happen to you fine people. The Love of My Own, Dub Of My Own, and Love Mystery is written, produced, recorded, created, and all copyrights belongs to me, Joe Lewis – president C.E.O., and founder of Target Records Chicago.But, we regret to inform you that there is a guy here in Chicago that bootlegged one of our albums, used my name and our logo’s, and re-released it under his bootleg record label named ”booton records” without our knowledge or our written consent. Buyers beware!!! This bootleg copy is of poor quality and never should have been re-released in the first place, but it was thou, under false pretenses. I will never release or support music on a bootleg record label named, booton records, nor will I be or get behind it or will I be responsible for it, ever!! And this bootleg album should never be supported, ever! Click on the record label name, booton records at the top of this page to see who is behind this and where is this crime being committed from, so now you have it, you can also help to spread the word all over the world, for whom to watch out for. I will never do business with any of the parties that are involved at the top of this page for doing this shady and unthinkable crime.On the other hand, the original album that was released on my record label in 1987 on “TARGET RECORDS” that bares the songs: The Love of My own, Dub of My Own, and Love Mystery, should be supported to the fullest! If you have any questions regarding this or any other matter, don’t hesitate to email us directly at [email protected] we respond to all inquiries. A special note to the bootlegger, YOU JUST CAN’T HAVE IT YOUR WAY! All rights of the producer and of the owner of the work reproduced reserved. Unauthorized copying, hiring, lending, public performance and broadcasting of our record prohibited. We’re going to take this one for the team Chicago in court! NO JUSTICE!! NO PEACE!!
showtime
Joe Lewis is a Thief and a LIAR who stole tracks from Jamie Read . He has some nerve. READ THE TRUTH!:Jaime ReadProfile:Jaime Read first started listening to house music when his sister started bringing back tapes of the Shoom and Spectrum in 1988. Before then his influences where mainly electo, taping the shows of Mike Allen on capital radio. In 1991 he was lent an Ensoniq sq1+32, and made a few tunes (one of which Richie Hawtin wanted to release). He next hired some studio time from Justin David and made a few tunes there, some of which would later appear on basement 282 records under Joe Lewis's name. It was around this time that he met up with Insynch and Mysteron and started using their studio (the parlour), it was here that he recorded further tracks, some which would ended up on the album 'The End Of The Beginning' and some for an E.P. on Tenth Planet, It was also around this time that he recorded his E.P. for Ugly Music and the tunes that Joe Lewis would later steal and release as his own. During this time he was going out a lot in Brighton where he met Felix Dickinson who turned him on to a hell of a lot of music and they started djing together at The Joint (where they held a residency for 5 years). When Felix started Ugly Music with Tony Lee they naturally considered Jaime to be one of their main contributors. One night when Chicago 'producer' Joe R Lewis was D.J.ing at Tony's club night in Brighton they played him some of Jaime's forthcoming releases for Ugly. Joe was so impressed that he offered to release some of the tracks on his label Target. Jaime was star struck and Felix and Tony didn't want to stand in the way of what seemed like a great opportunity for Jaime. Joe left with a D.A.T. load of music, which he then sold as his own for the next 10 years to labels such as Relief, Basement 282, and Peace Frog. Jaime continued producing music for Ugly Music and his own label Push to Shove, and also released a triple album for Fragmented in 1997 (Joe Lewis hasn't released anything other than Jaime's music since that night, which raises questions as to the ownership of the tracks he released prior to then). In 2000 when Felix moved to London to pursue his own production career, he called on old friend Jaime to start a new collaborative project. One of Jaime's aliases prior to this had been L.H.A.S. (Larry Heard Appreciation Society), and as a fellow admirer of Larry Heard's work Felix suggested the Society expand and they change the name to L.H.A.S. Inc. to give a further nod to the work Larry Heard did as Fingers Inc. (and to differentiate it from the solo work Jaime had done previously). Their first session together produced the song Reasons (that was recorded in 2 hours) which was sold along with the track Ports to Doc Martin's label Wax. This first release was soon followed by E.P.s for Eskimo and Felix's new label Cynic, as well as a track for the album Cynicism.
Nargas
The record that bares my name, Joe Lewis, on this page is a bootleg. I just couldn’t sit back and let this happen to you fine people. The Love of My Own, Dub Of My Own, and Love Mystery is written, produced, recorded, created, and all copyrights belongs to me, Joe Lewis – president C.E.O., and founder of Target Records Chicago.But, we regret to inform you that there is a guy here in Chicago that bootlegged one of our albums, used my name and our logo’s, and re-released it under his bootleg record label named ”booton records” without our knowledge or our written consent. Buyers beware!!! This bootleg copy is of poor quality and never should have been re-released in the first place, but it was thou, under false pretenses. I will never release or support music on a bootleg record label named, booton records, nor will I be or get behind it or will I be responsible for it, ever!! And this bootleg album should never be supported, ever! Click on the record label name, booton records at the top of this page to see who is behind this and where is this crime being committed from, so now you have it, you can also help to spread the word all over the world, for whom to watch out for. I will never do business with any of the parties that are involved at the top of this page for doing this shady and unthinkable crime.On the other hand, the original album that was released on my record label in 1987 on “TARGET RECORDS” that bares the songs: The Love of My own, Dub of My Own, and Love Mystery, should be supported to the fullest! If you have any questions regarding this or any other matter, don’t hesitate to email us directly at [email protected] we respond to all inquiries. A special note to the bootlegger, YOU JUST CAN’T HAVE IT YOUR WAY! All rights of the producer and of the owner of the work reproduced reserved. Unauthorized copying, hiring, lending, public performance and broadcasting of our record prohibited. We’re going to take this one for the team Chicago in court! NO JUSTICE!! NO PEACE!!
Felolv
Joe Lewis is a Thief and a LIAR who stole tracks from Jamie Read . He has some nerve. READ THE TRUTH!:Jaime ReadProfile:Jaime Read first started listening to house music when his sister started bringing back tapes of the Shoom and Spectrum in 1988. Before then his influences where mainly electo, taping the shows of Mike Allen on capital radio. In 1991 he was lent an Ensoniq sq1+32, and made a few tunes (one of which Richie Hawtin wanted to release). He next hired some studio time from Justin David and made a few tunes there, some of which would later appear on basement 282 records under Joe Lewis's name. It was around this time that he met up with Insynch and Mysteron and started using their studio (the parlour), it was here that he recorded further tracks, some which would ended up on the album 'The End Of The Beginning' and some for an E.P. on Tenth Planet, It was also around this time that he recorded his E.P. for Ugly Music and the tunes that Joe Lewis would later steal and release as his own. During this time he was going out a lot in Brighton where he met Felix Dickinson who turned him on to a hell of a lot of music and they started djing together at The Joint (where they held a residency for 5 years). When Felix started Ugly Music with Tony Lee they naturally considered Jaime to be one of their main contributors. One night when Chicago 'producer' Joe R Lewis was D.J.ing at Tony's club night in Brighton they played him some of Jaime's forthcoming releases for Ugly. Joe was so impressed that he offered to release some of the tracks on his label Target. Jaime was star struck and Felix and Tony didn't want to stand in the way of what seemed like a great opportunity for Jaime. Joe left with a D.A.T. load of music, which he then sold as his own for the next 10 years to labels such as Relief, Basement 282, and Peace Frog. Jaime continued producing music for Ugly Music and his own label Push to Shove, and also released a triple album for Fragmented in 1997 (Joe Lewis hasn't released anything other than Jaime's music since that night, which raises questions as to the ownership of the tracks he released prior to then). In 2000 when Felix moved to London to pursue his own production career, he called on old friend Jaime to start a new collaborative project. One of Jaime's aliases prior to this had been L.H.A.S. (Larry Heard Appreciation Society), and as a fellow admirer of Larry Heard's work Felix suggested the Society expand and they change the name to L.H.A.S. Inc. to give a further nod to the work Larry Heard did as Fingers Inc. (and to differentiate it from the solo work Jaime had done previously). Their first session together produced the song Reasons (that was recorded in 2 hours) which was sold along with the track Ports to Doc Martin's label Wax. This first release was soon followed by E.P.s for Eskimo and Felix's new label Cynic, as well as a track for the album Cynicism.
Ferri - My name
Bang on..treat as you expect to be treated ..bootleg on booton ..got Jaime reade playing at a party for me in London..so yeah karma's a bitch ..
Neol
you mean same way you ripped off Jamie Read and released his material as your own, karma is a bitch isn't it Joe
Blackseeker
Received this copy of bootleg, to be honestThe discogs "mastering note" are deceiving,Love of my own actually sounds good enoughTo me but I'm very disappointed at love mysteryQuality- shocking this track is the worse qualitySo far I've heard on any vinyl- it's like oneBig, really steeped low pass filter as lowAs 800 hz with just some low mid range emphasisThis is exactly what it sounds like to me. I'm not going to do a spectrum analysis But it's a very lo-fi MUDDLED sound qualityOf the poorest standard. It would break your heart while playing love mysteryOn this bootleg when you get to the triggered snares, I've never heard such a part really in such a Poor audio quality way-That all said love of my own on first playSeems really acceptable standard, nearlyIn fact an added punch that's not on alotOf records new or old, original I haveIf your buying for love mystery save up hardAnd get and original, my track ofPreference here is love of my own, so consideringThat I'm happy to have this but will thinkAbout now sourcing original
Dainris
it was probably transferred from a copy of a copy of a copy of a cassette....
NI_Rak
This is a very nice melodic instrumental track, very much in the vein of Mr Fingers' early house releases. The effective use of Xylophone fused with ambient, moody riffs creates a very catchy, soulful track. Beautiful house...a must for any deep house lover and uber hard to find.
Bynelad
Reissued by booton (hope I spelled that right), unofficially, and even that's hard to find.
Joe Louis - The Love Of My Own album
House
Performer: Joe Louis
Title: The Love Of My Own
Category: Electronic
Country: US
Released: 1986
Rating: 4.3/5
Votes: 692
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