Frank Frost & Sam Carr - The Last Of The Jelly Roll Kings album flac
- Album: The Last Of The Jelly Roll Kings
- FLAC: 1897 mb | MP3: 1492 mb
- Released: 2007
- Style: Electric Blues, Rhythm & Blues
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 973
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|1||Better Take It Slow||3:12|
|3||Keep Things Right||3:16|
|4||Done With You||3:20|
|5||Owl Head Woman Part 2||3:53|
|6||Don't Do That||5:32|
|7||Jelly Roll King||2:37|
|8||Rock Me Baby||2:57|
|9||Come Here Baby||2:34|
|10||St. Louis Serenade||3:13|
|11||How Many Times||5:14|
|12||Black Cat Bone||3:08|
|14||King Biscuit Blues||5:39|
NotesOuttakes from The Jelly Roll Kings & Live In Lucerne (live tracks 11-15).
From CD " The Jelly Roll KIngs " 1999 Drums – Sam Carr, Guitar, Bass, Producer – Fred James, Vocals, Harmonica – Frank Frost.
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The JELLY ROLL KINGS (Frank Frost-harmonica and keyboards and vocals,Sam Carr-drums,and Jack Johnson-guitar and vocals),have been playing together for many years. This is the first of several releases by the JELLY ROLL KINGS. Some have Jack Johnson on guitar,some have Fred James as his replacement. All are in the same vein,so if you like this set,you'll like the others. ) I like this album, even if The Jelly Roll Kings (or Nighthawks in the 60s) made better: I'm talking about the first recordings in the 60s and some late in the 90s like DEEP BLUES or THE LAST OF THE JELLY ROLL KINGS. I prefer Frank Frost when he plays harmonica instead of piano or organ. I like songs more than instrumental numbers.
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Sam Carr (born Samuel Lee McCollum, April 17, 1926 – September 21, 2009) was an American blues drummer best known as a member of the Jelly Roll Kings YouTube Encyclopedic. Frank Frost and Sam Carr at King Biscuit II. Funkle Sam - ". 2 The Jelly Roll Kings.
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Arthur Williams: Born in Tunica, MS in 1937, Arthur is one of the few remaining authentic Delta-style blues harp masters. Arthur’s harp prowess on Frank Frost’s 1966 album earned the respect of legions of music critics and fellow blues men and, after moving to St. Louis, he recorded and toured with Big Bad Smitty. An incredibly gifted harmonica player, Williams is finally achieving long-overdue recognition as a world-class musician. Sam Carr: Sam has lived the blues. They’re best-known, however, for their work in The Jelly Roll Kings. It’s no wonder Sam has consistently been chosen as Best Blues Drummer in Living Blues Magazine.
FROST, Frank: Jelly Roll King (CD) Art-Nr. This exciting LP reissue features one of the last 'real' Mississippi Delta bluesmen, Frank Frost - recording some of the last 'real' down home blues. Sam Phillips launched Sun Records on a nutritious diet of hard-hitting blues in 1952. A decade later, he'd abandoned the genre almost entirely until Frank Frost came along. Doubling on racked harmonica and guitar, Frost's brand of electrified juke joint-approved blues was as uncompromisingly raw as those of Howlin' Wolf and Joe Hill Louis had been when Phillips produced them. Carr – Sohn des Slidegitarristen Robert Nighthawk – engagierte Frank für seine Blue Kings. Inzwischen spielte Frost auch Gitarre; 1956 wurden beide Mitglieder der Band des Harpmeisters Sonny Boy Williamson.