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J.B. Lenoir - Alabama Blues

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  1. Mar 20,  · J.B. Lenoir's final two albums before his death in may well have been his crowning achievements. Alabama Blues () and Down in Mississippi (), both produced by Willie Dixon, were recorded for the German label L & R, and both featured stripped down acoustic arrangements that recast Lenoir as a Southern folk-blues troubadour.5/5(3).
  2. Jun 28,  · Alabama Blues · J.B. Lenoir Alabama Blues! ℗ L+R Records Released on: M U S I C_ P U B L I S H E R: Ghana Music, Lipra C O M P O S E R: J.B. Lenoir L Y R I C I S T: J.B. Lenoir.
  3. Nov 27,  · J. B. Lenoir /ləˈnɔːr/ (Monticello, Mississippi, March 5, – Urbana, Illinois, April 29, ) was an African American blues guitarist and singer-songwriter, active in the s and s Chicago blues scene. Lenoir's guitar-playing father introduced him to the music of Blind Lemon Jefferson, whose music became a major influence.
  4. American blues guitarist and singer-songwriter, active on the Chicago blues scene of the s and s. Born 5 March in Monticello, Mississippi; died 29 April in Champaign, Illinois, of internal bleeding (and/or a heart attack) from injuries he had suffered in a car crash three weeks earlier, which had not been properly treated.
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  6. J.B. Lenoir’s “Alabama Blues” is a rather well-known blues protest song. It stands out because, by the s, it was increasingly rare for blues musicians to sing about poverty, despair, and.

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