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Korea Blues - J.B. Lenoir - Natural Man (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. B7. Korea Blues B8. Eisenhower Blues B9. Let Me Die With The One I Love B What Have I Done Liner Notes MANUFACTURED IN EUROPE ON HQ GRAM VIRGIN VINYL. PRINTED IN BY DOL, A TRADEMARK OF VINYLOGY,
  2. Released in April or May ; subsequently withdrawn and replaced by J. B. Lenoir* - I'm In Korea / Tax Paying Blues. Not long after "Eisenhower Blues" was released, Al Benson, the creator of Parrot Records, rushed Lenoir back to the studio to remake the piece as "Tax Paying Blues," with all references to president Eisenhower deleted.
  3. Feb 05,  · I do not own the copyright to this recording. This video is for historical and educational purposes only. Composed by J.B. Lenoir J.B. Lenoir:Vocals Lafayett Missing: Natural Man.
  4. Mar 10,  · I've recently discovered J.B. Lenoir, his lp's seem to be scarce but I wouldn't mind getting a cd of him. I saw a few compilations one of which is called: Vietnam Blues: The Complete L&R Recording and the other which is the Martin Scorsese CD from the Blues Documentary series.
  5. J. B. Lenoir /ləˈnɔːr/ (March 5, – April 29, ) was an American blues guitarist and singer-songwriter, active in the Chicago blues scene in the s and leafoparvelulibopenhoopsnaditi.cog: Natural Man.
  6. Eisenhower Blues Lyrics: Hey everybody, I was talkin' to you / I ain't tellin' you jivin', this is the natural truth / Hmm, I got them Eisenhower blues / Thinkin' about me and you, what on earth.
  7. LENOIR, J B - Natural Man - Music. Skip to main content Hello, Sign in J.B. Lenoir Format: Vinyl. out of 5 stars 6 ratings. See all 6 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Korea Blues Eisenhower Blues Let Me Die with the One I Love What I Have Done/5(6).
  8. Korea Blues Lyrics: Lord, I got my questionnaire / Uncle Sam's gonna send me away from here / Lord, I got my questionnaire / Uncle Sam's gonna send me away from here / He said, "J. B. you know that I.
  9. J.B. Lenoir • Natural Man Review by Cub Koda This collection of J.B. Lenoir's mid-'50s tenure at the label -- originally issued in the '70s -- duplicates two songs from the Parrot collection (a label which Chess later acquired), but the rest of it is more than worth the effort to seek out.

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