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Aching Heart - Big Joe Turner (3) - Big Joe Turners Memphis Blues Caravan Live (CD)

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  1. Shakazahn says:
    Jan 04,  · Joseph Vernon "Big Joe" Turner, Jr. (May 18, – November 24, ) was an American blues shouter from Kansas City, Missouri. According to the songwriter Doc Pomus, "Rock and roll would have.
  2. Kazrazragore says:
    Big Joe Turner's music is the aural equivalent of a rare Porterhouse steak -- oversized, juicy, and a glorious overload for the senses, and if isn't always good for you, that's just part of the fuddcalnorogilrafuddmeddhenlidisvess.coinfor what he was singing was billed as jazz, swing, rhythm & blues, or rock & roll, Turner pretty much always did things the same way, rolling with the big beat and shouting with carnal .
  3. Vudotaur says:
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Live - Big Joe Turner, Big Joe Turner & His Memphis Blues Caravan on AllMusic -
  4. Faukree says:
    Thread creep: There was of course the great blues shouter Big Joe Turner who sang with Basie and others whom I saw a couple of time in the s. He died mid s. I'll be seeing another of the same name this Thursday with the Memphis Blues fuddcalnorogilrafuddmeddhenlidisvess.coinfo used .
  5. Molar says:
    Find Big Joe Turner song information on AllMusic. Not to be confused with the jump-blues pioneer of the same name, this Big Joe Turner is best known as B.B. King's bass player.
  6. Dour says:
    Big Joe Turner, born Joseph Vernon Turner Jr. (Kansas City, May 18 - Inglewood, November 24 ) was an American blues singer. Although his greatest fame in the fifties began his rock'n' roll - hits such as the song Shake, Rattle and Roll, stretches his career from the twenties to the eighties.
  7. Kigamuro says:
    Check out the " - - Big Joe Turner CD (Tower Records) which has some fantastic live recordings (Riding Blues, Plaful Baby and others) that are great!! These two songs were also put out on RMP records (78's) in the late 40's or early 50's. But the quality was poor compared to the perfect quality of the CD/5(6).

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