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J.B. Lenoir - The Parrot Sessions 1954-5 Album

J.B. Lenoir - The Parrot Sessions 1954-5 Album

Performer: J.B. Lenoir
Title: The Parrot Sessions 1954-5
Style: Chicago Blues
Released: 1988
Cat#: 8017, PARROT LP 8017
Country: US
Label: Relic , Parrot
Size MP3 version: 2412 mb
Size FLAC version: 1625 mb
Size WMA version: 2806 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 871
Genre: Blues

J.B. Lenoir - The Parrot Sessions 1954-5 Album


1I'm Gonna Die Someday
2Mama, Your Daughter's Gonna Miss Me
3Mama, Talk To Your Daughter
4Eisenhower Blues
5We've Both Got To Realize
6What Have I Done
7I'm In Korea
8Fine Girls
9I Lost My Baby
10Sittin' Down Thinkin'
11Man, Watch Your Women
12Give Me One More Shot


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
8017J.B. Lenoir The Parrot Sessions 1954-5 ‎(LP, Album, Comp)Relic , Parrot 8017US1988
7020J. B. Lenoir The Parrot Sessions 1954-5 ‎(CD, Comp)Relic 7020US1988
545 450 598-2J. B. Lenoir The Parrot Sessions Expanded Edition ‎(CD, Comp, RE)Re Records545 450 598-2US2003


  • Concept By, Producer [Reproduction]Eddie Gries
  • Management [Endeavor]Donn Fileti
  • Mixed By, Edited By, Compiled By [Assembled By]Walter Devenne
  • Sleeve Notes [Dated September, 1988]Dick Shurman


Mixed, Edited & Assembled by Walter Devenne of Boston, Mass.
Mastered At Executive Studios, N.Y.
Distributed By:
Relic Record Productions, Inc.
P.O. Box 572, Hackensack, N.J. 07602
Photograph courtesy of Dick Shurman and Willie Dixon


  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): PARROT LP 8017 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched): PARROT LP 8017 B


  • Distributed By – Relic Record Productions Inc.
  • Mastered At – Executive Studios


His Job Recordings, 1951 - 1954 - J. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей J. Продать эту версию. The Parrot Sessions 1954-5 CD, Comp. Relic 2. Lenoir's sound really got locked in during this period, using twin saxes, himself on boogie rhythm guitar with an occasional minimal solo, revolving piano, and bass stools and Al Gavin - certainly the strangest of all Chicago drummers - constantly turning the beat around. Lenoir was known in the 1950s for his showmanship, particularly his zebra-patterned costumes, and his high-pitched vocals. In 1963, he recorded for USA Records as J. Lenoir and his African Hunch Rhythm, having developed an interest in African percussion. He was rediscovered by Willie Dixon, who recorded him playing acoustic guitar, with the drummer Fred Below, on the albums Alabama Blues and Down in Mississippi inspired by the Civil Rights Movement and Free Speech Movement. Lenoir toured. The Parrot Sessions, 1954-55 Relic LP, 1989. Listen free to J. Lenoir The Parrot Sessions, 1954-5 Mama Talk To Your Daughter, Eisenhower Blues and more. 13 tracks 36:08. During the early 1940s, Lenoir worked with blues artists Sonny Boy Williamson II and Elmore James in New Orleans. Lenoir would eventually find musical influence in Arthur Crudup and Lightnin' Hopkins. In 1949, he moved to Chicago and Big Bill read more. Lenoir ləˈnɔːr Monticello, Mississippi, March 5, 1929 Urbana, Illinois, April 29, 1967 was an African American blues guitarist and singer-songwriter, active in the 1950s and 19 read more. Compilation A1 Mama, Talk To Your Daughter A2 Eisenhower Blues A3 I Lost My Baby A4 Give Me One More Shot A5 Man, Watch Your Women A6 I'm Parrot Sessions, 1954-5. Release group by J. Album Compilation. The Parrot Sessions, 1954-5. US1988. Relic Records. Release group information. Artist: J. Lenoir Chronological Classics 1951-1954. 2010 Digitally Remastered. The Parrot Anthology. His Job Recordings 1951-1954. American Boogie & Blues - The Lost Album. Interpret: J. Album titlle: The Parrot Sessions 1954-55 CD. Genre Blues. Label RELIC. Lenoir was born in Monticello, Mississippi on March 5, 1929. He died in an auto accident in Champaign, Illinois on April 29, 1967. Lenoir recorded regularly from 1951 until shortly before his death, mostly on Chicago-based labels such as Chess, Checker, Parrot and Relic. On some of his early records he was backed by His Bayou Boys and in 1963 he recorded several sides with His African Hunch Rhythm, a group that included Willie Dixon on second vocals. October 6, 1954 in Chicago, IL J. Lenoir, voc, g Ernest Cotton, ts Joe Montgomery, p Al. LENOIR And His African Hunch Rhythm - I Sing Um The Way I Feel 789. LENOIR - Man Watch Your Woman - Mama Talk To Your Daughter - I Sing Um The Way I Feel tk. LENOIR - Man Watch Your Woman - Mama Talk To Your Daughter. Bootleg 503 Mike Rowe's label