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That Certain Door - Snooks Eaglin - The Complete Imperial Recordings (CD)

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9 comments on “ That Certain Door - Snooks Eaglin - The Complete Imperial Recordings (CD)
  1. Arajind says:
    This collection brings together eclectic singer/guitarist Ford "Snooks" Eaglin's Imperial recordings, New Orleans-style R&B with a bluesy flavour. This is very solid stuff, some of it influenced by men like Eddie "Guitar Slim" Jones and Ray Charles Robinson Eaglin's style is sometimes compared to the latter, but it isn't extremely similar, with sparer arrangements and a distinct Creole vocal slur.
  2. Gardashicage says:
    Please vote. Add to bookmarks Duration: Size, Mb: Bitrate: kbps №.
  3. Akinogis says:
    Snooks Eaglin - The Complete Imperial Recordings () Blues | Mp3 kbps | Mb. 1. Yours Truly () 2. Nobody Knows (The Trouble I've Seen) () 3. That Certain Door () 4. By The Water () 5. If I Could () 6. Guess Who () 7. C.C. Rider () 8. (Mama) Talk to Your Daughter () Snooks Eaglin No comments: Post a.
  4. Tojazil says:
    Eaglin stuck with Imperial through , when the firm closed up shop in New Orleans, without ever gaining national exposure. Eaglin found a home with Black Top Records in the s, releasing four albums with the label, including 's Out of Nowhere (re-released on CD by P-Vine in ) and 's Soul's Edge.
  5. Kajitaur says:
    Mar 08,  · SNOOKS EAGLIN is a modern street minstrel. Yet, his audiences are little different from those of the early part of this century who would stop to listen to a blind man on a street corner in practically any city of the South where the famed Negro street singers of yesteryear plied their trade.
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  7. Mogal says:
    Eaglin stuck with Imperial through , when the firm closed up shop in New Orleans, without ever gaining national exposure. Eaglin found a home with Black Top Records in the s, releasing four albums with the label, including 's Out of Nowhere (re-released on CD by P .
  8. Sazshura says:
    Eaglin stuck with Imperial through , when the firm closed up shop in New Orleans, without ever gaining national exposure. Eaglin found a home with Black Top Recordsin the s, releasing four albums with the label, including 's Out of Nowhere (re-released on CD by P-Vinein ) and 's Soul's Edge.
  9. Vudole says:
    From to , Eaglin recorded for Imperial. He played electric guitar on Imperial sessions with backup from a band including James Booker on piano and Smokey Johnson on drums. He recorded a total of 26 tracks which can be heard on The Complete Imperial Recordings. Much of the material on Imperial was written by Dave Bartholomew.
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