Strange Things Happening - Junior Parker* - Juniors Blues : The Duke Recordings Volume One (CD)


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1992
Label: MCA Records - MCAD 10669 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Blues • Style: Memphis Blues


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9 thoughts on “ Strange Things Happening - Junior Parker* - Juniors Blues : The Duke Recordings Volume One (CD)

  1. Dara
    out of 5 stars Almost a major blues mauventthifoljawel.micquikeyvilsimpbarerinalfitire.co not quite Reviewed in the United States on April 30, Business dealings weren't kind to Junior mauventthifoljawel.micquikeyvilsimpbarerinalfitire.co left Sun Records to record for Peacock amidst personal "differences" between Sam Philips and Don Robey, and was never given the promotional muscle that could have turned him from a 5/5(4).
  2. Faekora
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Junior's Blues: The Duke Recordings, Vol. 1 - Junior Parker on AllMusic - - After 10/
  3. Dikus
    Parker, Junior - Juniors Blues:Duke-Peacock These recordings cover the ten years from 19and include some really impressive material notably a knock-out version of "Next time you see me" and Roosevelt Sykes "Driving Wheel".Perhaps the outstanding choice of other peoples songs he recorded was "Strange things happening" the Percy 5/5(3).
  4. Gulmaran
    While this U.K. collection is a vast improvement over MCA's 'Junior's Blues: The Duke Recordings Volume One' (which is the worst-sounding CD ever released), it still pales in comparison to the remastered recordings of Duke label-mate Bland. Hopefully, in the not-too-distant future we'll see a Junior Parker collection equal to his impact/5(3).
  5. Jugal
    These recordings cover the ten years from 19and include some really impressive material notably a knock-out version of "Next time you see me" and Roosevelt Sykes "Driving Wheel".Perhaps the outstanding choice of other peoples songs he recorded was "Strange things happening" the .
  6. Kazigor
    Herman "Junior" Parker (March 27, – November 18, ) was an American Memphis blues singer and musician. He is best remembered for his voice which has been described as "honeyed" and "velvet-smooth". One music journalist noted, "For years Junior Parker deserted downhome harmonica blues for uptown blues-soul music". In , he was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame.
  7. Shar
    Junior Parker discography and songs: Music profile for Junior Parker, born 27 May Genres: Rhythm & Blues, Electric Blues, Blues. Albums include Martin Scorsese Presents the Blues: A Musical Journey, The Sun Records Collection, and Mystery Train / Love My Baby.
  8. Gardasida
    junior parker: junior's blues - the duke recordings, volume one (cd) I Wanna Ramble / Mother-In-Law Blues / Next Time You See Me / That's All Right / Sweet Home Chicago / Stand By Me / Driving Wheel / Seven Days / In The Dark / Someone Somewhere / It's A Pity / Yonder's Wall / Strange Things Happening / The Things I Used To Do / Jivin' Woman / Cryin' For My Baby.
  9. Votaur
    Sadly, Junior Parker is little remembered today. And as a result, his catalog exists on the very fringes of the music industry and is in severe disrepair. While this U.K. collection is a vast improvement over MCA's 'Junior's Blues: The Duke Recordings Volume One' (which is the worst-sounding CD ever released), it still pales in comparison to the remastered recordings of Duke label-mate Bland.

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