JAMES COTTON The James Cotton Blues Band LP VERVE FORECAST 1967 US orig FTS-3023

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End Date: 2016-05-06
   
Start Date: 2016-04-26

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JAMES COTTON The James Cotton Blues Band LP VERVE FORECAST 1967 US orig FTS-3023

Genre Blues
Sub-Genre Electric Chicago Blues-Harmonica Blues
Record Size LP (12-Inch)
Speed 33RPM
Country/Region of Manufacture United States
EAN Does not apply

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THE JAMES COTTON BLUES BAND

 JAMES COTTON harp & vocalALBERTO GIANGUINTO piano, 

ROBERT ANDERSONbass & vocal, LUTHER TUCKER lead guitar, SAMUEL LAY drums plus Horns Section

At his high-energy, 1970s peak as a bandleader, James Cotton was a bouncing, sweaty, whirling dervish of a bluesman, roaring 

his vocals and all but sucking the reeds right out of his defenseless little harmonicas with his prodigious lung power. 

Due to throat problems, Cotton's vocals are no longer what they used to be, but he remains a masterful instrumentalist. 

Cotton had some gargantuan shoes to fill when he stepped into Little Walter's slot as Muddy Waters' harp ace in 1954, 

but for the next dozen years, the young Mississippian filled the integral role beside Chicago's blues king with power 

and precision. Of course, Cotton had been preparing for such a career move for a long time, 

having learned how to wail on harp from none other than Sonny Boy Williamson himself.

"THE JAMES COTTON BLUES BAND"

Produced by Barry Goldberg, Michael Bloomfield And Norman Dayron

1967     LP     VERVE FORECAST RECORDS      STEREO   FTS-3023

PRINTED IN USA    ORIGINAL COPY

THICK CARDBOARD COVER (AMERICAN STYLE)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

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LABEL:  VERVE FOLKWAYS - GREEN LABEL - BLACK TEXT

Catalog on cover: (front & spine) FTS-3023    (rear) FT/FTS-3023 

Catalog on labels: FTS 3023 (MGS 942 / MGS 943)

Matrix / Runout (Side A, Etched): FTS-3023   SIDE-1   MGS-942

Matrix / Runout (Side B, Etched): FTS-3023   SIDE-2   MGS-943

On labels: rim text reads "MGM Records ? A Division of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. ? Made in U.S.A.'

Produced by Barry Goldberg, Michael Bloomfield And Norman Dayron

A Groscourt Production

Production Supervisor, Jerry Schoenbaum

 On back cover: Notes by J.S.

All compositions BMI

Manufactured by: MGM Records Division;........

from my records collection

tracklisting

Side A: The Altogether Overture) ..IN THE BEGINNING / HIGHTOWER SQUARE

Act I) LULLABY / SATURDAY MORNING / NEVERTHLESS IT WAS ITALY 

Act II) I WONDER IF LOUISE IS HOME / CHEZ LOUISE / E-TRAIN / MEANWHILE / BROTHER SPEED

Side B: Act II (continued) YOU'RE THE BIGGEST THING IN MY LIFE

Act III) DON'T BLAME IT ON YOUR WIFE / THE SORRY STATE OF STAYING AWAKE

Epilogue) BAREFOOT BOY / LOTUS FLOWER / WHAT A WAY TO GO

  grading

RECORD  VG+ but (please, read above description)

SLEEVE VG+ but (please, see pictures and read above description)


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