Lowell Fulson 1947-1948

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CD Details

  • Released: November 18, 2003
  • Label: Classics R&B

Tracks:

  • 1.Night and Day
  • 2.Double Trouble Blues
  • 3.Stormin' and Rainin'
  • 4.Good Woman Blues
  • 5.Jelly, Jelly
  • 6.Mean Woman Blues
  • 7.Shuffle
  • 8.Tell Me Baby
  • 9.Fulson Boogie
  • 10.Tryin' to Find My Baby
  • 11.Highway '99
  • 12.Whiskey Blues
  • 13.Crying Blues
  • 14.You're Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone
  • 15.Miss Katie Lee Blues
  • 16.Rambling Blues
  • 17.Fulson's Blues
  • 18.San Francisco Blues
  • 19.Fulson Boogie
  • 20.Mean Woman Blues

Product Description:

This is a collection of early Lowell Fulson sides recorded for several small labels in 1947 and early 1948, prior to Fulson's signing with Swing Time Records (two of his Swing Time sides are included here, "Scotty's Blues" and "This Train Is Leaving"). Although there is a charming and unadorned simplicity to several of these tracks, including the opener "Night & Day" and the fiery "Fulson Boogie," which pairs Fulson with his brother Martin Fulson on twin guitars, Lowell Fulson's mature sound didn't develop until he began working with pianist Lloyd Glen and alto saxist Earl Brown a little further down the road. ~ Steve Leggett

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Product Info:

  • UPC: 3307510507126
  • Shipping Weight: 0.17/lbs (approx)
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