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Playing With The Strings - Eddie Lang And Lonnie Johnson - Blue Guitars

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  1. Nigore says:
    Eddie Lang and Lonnie Johnson - Hot Fingers; Eddie's Twister; Playing with the Strings;Have to Change Keys to Play These Blues; A Little Love, A Little Kiss; Stompin' 'em Along Slow; Midnight Call Blues; Knockin' a Jug; Blue Room Blues; Add a Little Wiggle; Away Down in the Alley Blues. from. The Jazz Makers Swaggie).
  2. Kami says:
    Mar 26,  · Lonnie was most often photographed early on with a Martin double- or triple-O. Later in life he moved to a Gibson J Supposedly back in the day he was playing with Lang and big bands he played a twelve-string (Mexican-made, some suggest) with nine strings.
  3. Kataur says:
    May 23,  · Eddie Lang - Jazz Guitar Virtuoso - religious.balladwyngavinraniuskelune.infoinfo Music Skip to main content. Try Prime EN including three tracks with Lonnie Johnson (a Black musician who interacted so perfectly with Lang the two sound like a single four-armed musician playing an string guitar) and two with Carl Kress (a white player who learned from Lang and survived him /5(7).
  4. Mulkis says:
    Nov 15,  · Eddie Lang died in March from complications following a tonsillectomy. Lonnie Johnson continued to make records—lots of ’em—through the s. He passed away in Toronto on June 16, An exclusive, copyrighted excerpt from Jas Obrecht’s Early Blues: The First Stars of Blues Guitar [University of Minnesota Press, ]. All Author: Jas Obrecht.
  5. Fausar says:
    Mar 13,  · Lonnie Johnson on the other hand was well known for blues, but excelled in jazz, and especially chord composition, creating a vocabulary nobody but perhaps his partner Eddie Lang and (much later) Wes Montgomery would master. Chet Atkins may well be Johnson's only contemporary in the history of overall guitar mastery. Not to take away from Eddie 5/5(9).
  6. Grojind says:
    Buy Playing With the Strings by Lonnie Johnson (CD $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  7. Gakazahn says:
    – Eddie Lang: Eddie's Twister – Lonnie Johnson (2) Playing With The Strings – Eddie Lang, Lonnie Johnson (2) Have To Change Keys To Play These Blues – Eddie Lang: A Little Love, A Little Kiss – Lonnie Johnson (2) Stompin' 'Em Along Slow – Eddie Lang, Lonnie Johnson (2) Midnight Call Blues – Louis Armstrong: Knockin' A Jug 4/4(13).
  8. Nikolkree says:
    Lonnie Johnson was best known for his tonally beautiful guitar playing, but he was also a fine singer and songwriter, and pretty adept on violin, piano, banjo, mandolin, harmonium, and bass as well. Equally at home in the blues or the jazz world (he worked with artists as raw as Texas Alexander and as polished as Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington), Johnson's life as a professional musician 7/

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