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Elmore James Cry For Me Baby

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  • Elmore James (January 27, 1918 - May 24, 1963) was an American blues guitarist, singer, song writer and band leader. He was known as The King of the Slide Guitar and had a unique guitar style, noted for his use of loud amplification and his stirring voice.
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Sky Is Crying: The History of
Sky Is Crying: The History of
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Media Type: CD
Street Release Date: 04/06/1993

Other post-WWII Chicago bluesmen are better known, but the work of Elmore James holds up as well as any of theirs. If he never had the technical accomplishment of, say, Earl Hooker, he did have as much depth of emotional expression as Muddy Waters; just listen to the sweetness of "I Need You" or the pain of "It Hurts Me, Too." The Sky Is Crying: The History of Elmore James contains some of the most important work of a man who still reigns as the king of slide guitar; anyone who wears a bottleneck today owes a debt to James. Highlights include Robert Johnson's "Dust My Broom," which James made his signature tune, as well as the title track, which contains some of the sweetest licks in blues history. --Genevieve Williams

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Killers of Chicago Blues - CD Comp
Killers of Chicago Blues - CD Comp
Cheating & Lying - Robert Nighthawk Checking on my Baby - Otis Rush Your Funeral and my Trial - Sonny Boy Williamson Commit a Crime- Howling Wolf Easy Baby - Magic Sam Tell the World I do - Jimmy Reed Talk to me Baby - Elmore James The Sun is Shinning - Hound Dog Taylor End of the Blues - Earl Hooker Crudup’s After Hours - Arthur “Big Boy” Crudup I Just Wanna Make Love to You - Muddy Waters Crying Won’t Help You - Robert Nighthawk It Takes Time - Otis Rush Don’t Start Me to Talkin’ - Sonny Boy Williamson Built For Comfort - Howling Wolf 21 Days in Jail - Magic Sam It Ain’t Right - Little Walter High and Lonesome - Jimmy Reed The Sky is Crying - Elmore James Give Me Back My Wig - Hound Dog Taylor Shout Sister Shout - Arthur “Big Boy” Crudup Double Trouble - Otis Rush The Foxtrot - Earl Hooker
Elmore James, June 30 first bloom
Elmore James, June 30 first bloom
The first of last year's new plants to bloom - "Elmore James" (T, violet-purple with chartreuse throat, 40" tall, 6" diameter, EM, Sev - purchased at Long Island Daylily Club sale and ferried across to New England! It's a pretty flower - this was taken at dusk and the normal wear and tear of the day shows - also the usual insects which have arrived by this time of day.

elmore james cry for me baby
elmore james cry for me baby
Shake Your Moneymaker: The Best of the Fire Sessions
Collectables is pleased to present this new compilation of the best original recordings of Elmore James. This CD features standouts 'The Sky Is Crying', 'Dust My Broom' and 'Fine Little Mama'.

Classic is a word tossed around so frequently and carelessly these days it's hard to recall the time when it accurately described truly stellar songs. Well, this compilation of 16 sides by Chicago slide-guitar master Elmore James, recorded in New Orleans, Chicago, and New York City between 1959 and 1961, includes real, honest-to-god classics such as "The Sky Is Crying," "Done Somebody Wrong," "Shake Your Moneymaker," and "Look Up Yonder Wall." James's grainy vocals and stinging guitar powerfully express pain and regret. His recording studio band, Broomdusters, sometimes with the great drummer Belton Evans present, reveals emphatic feeling in a supporting role. Only "My Bleeding Heart," sullied by noisome horns and a general sluggishness, and "Something Inside Me," on which an unidentified sax player wears out his welcome fast, fail the test of time. --Frank-John Hadley

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