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1Hey Miss Tina
2Stringin Along
3The Wild One
4Nobody Wants Me
5All The Blues All The Time
6Bayou Rock
7The Way You Treat Me
8I Miss You So

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CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CLP 5367Ike Turner Rocks The Blues ‎(LP, Album, Mono)Crown Records CLP 5367US1963
EMB 3395Ike Turner Rocks The Blues ‎(LP, Album, Mono)Ember RecordsEMB 3395UK1968

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Released in 1963 from Crown Records, it contains mostly previously released singles from the 1950s. After the release of Rocket 88 in 1951, Ike Turner became a session musician and production assistant for the Bihari brothers at Modern Records. They also contracted him as a talent scout to exploit his connections in the Delta Blues scene. Unaware of songwriter's royalties, Turner was also paid to write new material which they. Ike Turner. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Ike Turner's Kings of Rhythm, rocking the blues in 1954, with a 23-year-old Turner performing some astonishing guitar acrobatics only a couple of years after taking up the instrument, including the legendary All the Blues, All the Time. The only pity is that this 1950s material only exists on this incredibly expensive import from Japan, when it ought to be out at an affordable price over here. Ike Turner: все альбомы, включая River Deep, Mountain High , Blues & Rhythm Series Classics 1951-1954 , BD Music Presents Ike & Tina Turner и другие. View all Ike Turner albums. Rocks The Blues. 8 tracks. Released in ' Blues - Ike Turner. Rocks The Blues is a rnb music album recording by IKE TURNER released in 1963 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. A1 Hey Miss Tina A2 Stringin Along A3 I Miss You So A4 Nobody Wants Me A5 The Way You Treat Me B1 Bayou Rock B2 The Wild One B3 All The Blues All The Time. Ищете треки из альбома Risin' with the Blues исполнителя Ike Turner Тогда заходите на наш сайт - слушайте музыку онлайн и скачивайте бесплатно. Rocks The BluesStudio album by Ike TurnerReleased1963GenreRock and roll, R&B, BluesLabelCrown RecordsProducerIke TurnerIke Turner chronology Rocks. Content and release. Released in 1963 from Crown Records, it contains mostly singles Turner released in 1950s. Cubano Jump, Loosely, Cuban Get Away, and Go To It which were released from Flair Records in 1954, have a different title on this album. The album starts off with the blues rock instrumental Hey Miss Tina and culminates with a nearly 9-minute blues medley titled All The Blues, All The Time for the closing song. Dennis Binder is the lead vocalist on I Miss You So&q

Descargar Ike Turner - Rocks The Blues

Artista: Ike Turner

Título: Rocks The Blues

País: US

Fecha de publicación: 1963

Etiqueta: Crown Records

Catálogo: CST 367

Género: Rock / Blues

Tamaño MP3: 1429 mb

Tamaño FLAC: 2868 mb

Clasificación: 4.4 / 5

Votos: 522

Fuente de los registros: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo

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Raniconne
Oh right, scratch that, according to a youtube video The Way You Used to Treat Me is a reworking of a song by Guitar Slim and was released under the name 'Lover Boy'.Regarding Ike swapping from piano to guitar, you're almost correct but it was his wife or girlfriend in the 50s who could play piano and sing and he switched to make space for her. He took lessons to get better at guitar from Willie Kizart, who plays guitar on Rocket '88 and was in The Kings of Rhythm.
Raniconne
Oh right, scratch that, according to a youtube video The Way You Used to Treat Me is a reworking of a song by Guitar Slim and was released under the name 'Lover Boy'.Regarding Ike swapping from piano to guitar, you're almost correct but it was his wife or girlfriend in the 50s who could play piano and sing and he switched to make space for her. He took lessons to get better at guitar from Willie Kizart, who plays guitar on Rocket '88 and was in The Kings of Rhythm.
Nicanagy
Found this in a second hand shop for next to nothing. It's brilliant. I'm no expert on Ike Turner, but from what I have found out he had to learn to play the guitar because another guy in the group had the piano. This album is a guitar album. Everything else is mixed very low. The guitar carries the album and it's so much fun. I think this is his second album. There is no info other than track listing. The recordings sound as if they are made before 1960, and I'm sure they are.
Nicanagy
Found this in a second hand shop for next to nothing. It's brilliant. I'm no expert on Ike Turner, but from what I have found out he had to learn to play the guitar because another guy in the group had the piano. This album is a guitar album. Everything else is mixed very low. The guitar carries the album and it's so much fun. I think this is his second album. There is no info other than track listing. The recordings sound as if they are made before 1960, and I'm sure they are.
JUST DO IT
You got a good one here buntzen, I'm a bit jealous. Wasn't aware of this record and I'm curious as to what the tracks on it actually are. Looking at the discography in John Collis's biography there is no mention of these tracks coming out as singles. Therefore I presume they were unreleased material recorded in the 50s by Modern. I seem to remember a story about the Bihari Brothers who owned Modern giving Ike some session time because he was writing arranging and producing for them, but not sure if any of the session got released. I suppose this LP would be a cash-in when Ike and Tina got successful. Hey Miss Tina is meant to be the same tune as 'Cubano Jump'. The Way You Used to Treat Me is a Bobby Bland song which Turner played guitar, I wonder if this is a different version? I think a lot of this material is available now on the CDs Ike's Instrumentals and That Kat Sure Could Play!. Rocking stuff, hope I can pick one of these up one day for a bit less than 100 dollars.
JUST DO IT
You got a good one here buntzen, I'm a bit jealous. Wasn't aware of this record and I'm curious as to what the tracks on it actually are. Looking at the discography in John Collis's biography there is no mention of these tracks coming out as singles. Therefore I presume they were unreleased material recorded in the 50s by Modern. I seem to remember a story about the Bihari Brothers who owned Modern giving Ike some session time because he was writing arranging and producing for them, but not sure if any of the session got released. I suppose this LP would be a cash-in when Ike and Tina got successful. Hey Miss Tina is meant to be the same tune as 'Cubano Jump'. The Way You Used to Treat Me is a Bobby Bland song which Turner played guitar, I wonder if this is a different version? I think a lot of this material is available now on the CDs Ike's Instrumentals and That Kat Sure Could Play!. Rocking stuff, hope I can pick one of these up one day for a bit less than 100 dollars.