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Bad Luck Blues - Various - Excello Records Vol. 1 - Sound Of The Swamp (CD)

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  1. Feb 18,  · LPS - Swamp Blues Volume 1 - Various Artists [] LPS - Swamp Blues Volume 2 - Various Artists [] LPS - Black And Blues - Arthur Gunter [] LPS - High And Low Down - Lightnin' Slim [] Stereo information not available. Rooster Blues/Things I Used to Do/Bad Luck Blues/My Babe/G.I. Blues //Oh Baby/That's All Right.
  2. Apr 29,  · Soon Miller’s studio became ground zero for the sound known as “swamp-blues” issuing records by Slim Harpo, Lazy Lester, Silas Hogan, Lonesome Sundown and many others. Of his unique sound, Miller said: “It wasn’t technical as far as audio but I had a sense of something. Maybe that was the best thing that could have happened.
  3. Louisiana Bayou Rockers- Bayou Blues Guitar: Garlow Clarence Bon Ton- Bon Ton Roule: Lazy Lester- Blues Stop Knockin' Lazy Lester- All Over You (OUT OF PRINT) Bluesin By The Bayou- From The Vaults: EXCELLO R&B Kings- Volume 1: Lazy Lester- Im A Lover Not A Fighter: Hidden Gems Volume 8- EXCELLO RECORDS: Blues On.
  4. Aug 12,  · An instant classic when it was released as a double LP in the U.K. in by Mike Vernon's legendary Blue Horizon Records, Swamp Blues isn't technically an Excello Records product, but all of the veteran blues artists included in the set have strong ties to the Louisiana label. Vernon recorded everything included here in Baton Rouge over the course of four hot summer August days in .
  5. Song information for Bad Luck Blues - Lightnin' Slim on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases; Editors' Choice The Sound of the Swamp: The Best of Excello, Vol. 1. Rhino: Excello Records:
  6. Apr 26,  · Excello Records was started by Ernie Young owner of The Record Mart, in Nashville, Tennessee, in It was a subsidiary label of Nashboro records and was originally set to offer a catalog of Black Gospel music. Initially viewed as another outlet for his Gospel acts, Young soon realized the potential of the local R&B scene, and began recording regional artists like Kid King and ‘Little.
  7. Louisiana swamp bluesman Lightnin' Slim was catapulted to international fame beginning in the mid- 's when he became one of the top selling artists on the legendary Excello Records label. Rediscovered in the 's, Slim played a reunion concert with label mate Lazy Lester in Baton Rouge in and subsequently found himself a headliner at.
  8. The blues from Baton Rouge has tended to be seen as synonymous either with the sound of Excello Records, the label that issued the music of Lightnin’ Slim, Slim Harpo and others, or, as the revived, endangered, folk music of the likes of Willie B. Thomas or Robert Pete Williams.

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