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Knockin At Your Door - Jimmy Reed - Knockin At Your Door (Vinyl)


  1. John Primer's debut leaves a bit to be desired for fans of down-home schichohprinycsmidagearripbiosmackidscer.xyzinfogh Primer sings and plays with extreme conviction, the problem is the backing band on this song set. With the McCray brothers on guitar and drums, Matthew Skoller on harmonica, and Ken Saydak on piano, there's simply way too much busy playing for the group to sound like a well-meshed ensemble.
  2. Knockin' on Your Screen Door. C F I ain't got nobody hangin' 'round my doorstep C G Ain't got no loose change just a-hangin' 'round my jeans C F If you see somebody, would you send them over my way C G7 C I could use some help here with a can of pork and beans. .
  3. Jimmy Reed. Although he'd written most of his hits for Vee-Jay Records himself up to this point--You Don't Have To Go (see Disc Three), Ain't That Lovin' You Baby (it's on Disc Four), Honest I Do, Baby What You Want Me To Do (see Disc Five)—Jimmy Reed got Big Boss Man from an unusual pairing of writers: New York R&B producer Luther Dixon (the gent behind the violin-enriched uptown soul of.
  4. Jimmy Reed A: Knockin' At Your Door B: Dedication To Sonny "Boy Williamson" Exodus USA: EX Apr 7" 3: Jimmy Reed A: Got No Where To Go B: Two Ways To Skin (A Cat) ABC USA: Dec 7" 3: Jimmy Reed A: I Wanna Know B: Two Heads Better Than One: BluesWay USA: Apr 7" 3: Jimmy Reed A: Don't Press.
  5. I'm a-knockin' on your door again, my darling I'm a-knockin' on your door, please answer me Well I've tried to make you realize, my darling That no one else was ever meant for me Well I remember, dear, you said you'd always love me And you promised me a happiness so true But now you've gone away, dear, with another And I wonder if you feel the way I do I'm a-knockin' on your door again, my.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Knockin' At Your Door on Discogs. Label: Exodus Records (4) - EX • Format: Vinyl 7 Jimmy Reed - Knockin' At Your Door (, Vinyl) | Discogs4/5(5).
  7. Reed moved on; "Knockin' at Your Door," on the Exodus label, was written by Sax Kari, who'd produced and arranged his fair share of recordings by various VJ artists; Jimmy's rendition sonically mirrored his previous work and appeared briefly on the R&B charts that summer.
  8. Soulin', an Album by Jimmy Reed. Released in on Bluesway (catalog no. BLS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Chicago Blues, Rhythm & Blues. Featured peformers: Jimmy Reed (lead guitar, harmonica, vocals), Phil Upchurch (electric bass), Lefty Bates (rhythm guitar), Jimmy Reed, Jr. (aka_text {bass guitar} role_id aka_text), Eddie Taylor (guitar), Al Donkin (drums), Al Smith (producer, editing.

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