The James Cotton Band - 100% Cotton album
Producer – Al Dotoli, James Cotton Band. Saxophone – Little Bo. Notes. CD packaged in standard jewel case. The James Cotton Band. 100% Cotton (LP, Album). 840 058.
James Henry Cotton (July 1, 1935 – March 16, 2017) was an American blues harmonica player, singer and songwriter, who performed and recorded with many of the great blues artists of his time and with his own band. He played drums early in his career but is famous for his harmonica playing. Cotton began his professional career playing the blues harp in Howlin' Wolf's band in the early 1950s. He made his first recordings in Memphis for Sun Records, under the direction of Sam Phillips
Album · 1974 · 10 Songs. 100 Cotton The James Cotton Band. Live from Chicago - Mr. Superharp Himself! James Cotton.
The ebullient, roly-poly Chicago harp wizard was at his zenith in 1974, when this cooking album was issued on Buddah. Matt "Guitar" Murphy matched Cotton note for zealous note back then, leading to fireworks aplenty on the non-stop "Boogie Thing," a driving "How Long Can a Fool Go Wrong," and the fastest "Rocket 88" you'll ever take a spin in. Track Listing.
James Cotton: все альбомы, включая Devil Played The Blues, Milestones of Legends: Big Bosses of the Blues, Vol. 4, South Side Blues и другие. 2002 The Complete 1967 Live Montreal James Cotton Sessions.
The James Cotton Band. Creeper Creeps Again, 06:57.
James Cotton is another of those blues artists that deserves much wider recognition. He has recorded and played live close to 60 years. I was fortunate enough to meet him in the mid 1970's when he was touring. James Cotton has recorded some remarkable albums. It's a shame that his 1971 album 'Taking Care of Business' has never been released on CD. It was produced by Todd Rundgren (who contributes some excellent guitar work) with guest appearances by Johnny Winter and Mike Bloomfield. I got my copy of this album in 1975, just after I started playing harmonica at the age of 16. In retrospect, I got lucky, because it remains one of the most-played albums in my extensive vinyl collection. The masterpiece here is "Creeper Creeps Again.
Album by The James Cotton Band. Jingle Bells (One Horse Open Sleigh) by James Pierpont (1857).
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|2||One More Mile|
|3||All Walks Of Life|
|4||Creeper Creeps Again|
|6||How Long Can A Fool Go Wrong|
|7||I Don't Know|
|BDS 5620||The James Cotton Band||100% Cotton (LP, Album)||Buddah Records||BDS 5620||US||1974|
|840 058||The James Cotton Band||100% Cotton (LP, Album)||Buddah Records||840 058||France||1974|
|OW 27670||The James Cotton Band||100% Cotton (CD, Album, RE)||One Way Records||OW 27670||US||1993|
|UV 098||The James Cotton Band||100% Cotton (CD, Album, RE)||Universe||UV 098||Italy||Unknown|
|BDS 5620||The James Cotton Band||100% Cotton (LP, Album)||Buddah Records||BDS 5620||Canada||1974|