Monster Music & Movies

Limited edition press on 140 gram colour blue/black marbled vinyl. One thing is certain about the idiosyncratic J. B. Lenoir, he was a true original. No one ever sounded quite like him and despite comparisons by some writers to Arthur Crudup his high pitched vocals were pretty much unique. Although J. B. Lenoir only had one hit in the US with "Mama Talk to Your Daughter" his influence over the British blues scene was immense. In fact John Mayall was a huge fan and he helped to get his 45s released in the UK. Rocking R&B and topical social commentary all thrown in the mix. This is Chicago blues with a twist. Let's call it Chicago blues J. B. Lenoir style.
Limited edition press on 140 gram colour blue/black marbled vinyl. One thing is certain about the idiosyncratic J. B. Lenoir, he was a true original. No one ever sounded quite like him and despite comparisons by some writers to Arthur Crudup his high pitched vocals were pretty much unique. Although J. B. Lenoir only had one hit in the US with "Mama Talk to Your Daughter" his influence over the British blues scene was immense. In fact John Mayall was a huge fan and he helped to get his 45s released in the UK. Rocking R&B and topical social commentary all thrown in the mix. This is Chicago blues with a twist. Let's call it Chicago blues J. B. Lenoir style.
604988080933
Wanna Play A Little While: Singles Collection (Uk)
Artist: Lenoir J.B.
Format: Vinyl
New: OUT OF STOCK. Email info@monstermusicsc.com or call 843-571-4657 for availability information!
Wish

Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Korea Blues
2. My Baby Told Me
3. Carrie Lee
4. Deep in Debt Blues
5. Let's Roll
6. How Much More
7. How Can I Leavethe Mojo
8. I'll Die Tryin'
9. I'm in Korea
10. Eisenhower Blues
11. Mama Talk to Your Daughter
12. Man Watch Your Woman
13. Mama What About Your Daughter

More Info:

Limited edition press on 140 gram colour blue/black marbled vinyl. One thing is certain about the idiosyncratic J. B. Lenoir, he was a true original. No one ever sounded quite like him and despite comparisons by some writers to Arthur Crudup his high pitched vocals were pretty much unique. Although J. B. Lenoir only had one hit in the US with "Mama Talk to Your Daughter" his influence over the British blues scene was immense. In fact John Mayall was a huge fan and he helped to get his 45s released in the UK. Rocking R&B and topical social commentary all thrown in the mix. This is Chicago blues with a twist. Let's call it Chicago blues J. B. Lenoir style.
        
back to top