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Im A Drifter - Lowell Fulsom - Now! (Vinyl, LP, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Im A Drifter - Lowell Fulsom - Now! (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Feran
    Taking a break from Kent, Fulson reunited with Lewis to record a new album, In A Heavy Bag, as “Lowell Fulsom.” Released on Lewis’ Shreveport, Louisiana-based Jewel Records, it is heavy, indeed! Album opener “Look at You Baby” throws out sharp, piercing .
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  2. Tazahn
    One of the earliest albums on Arhoolie Records – an amazing document of steel guitar bluesman Black Ace! Ace plays just like he sits on the cover – really leaning into the instrument in ways that bring out all these cool, deep inflections – completely hypnotizing on their own, with almost an unworldly feel at points – and accompanied by vocals on most tracks.
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  3. Kasho
    Lowell Fulson Chess Masters Double Album LP. Lowell Fulson Chess Masters Double Album LP. $).
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  4. Meztijas
    The last of Ace's three compilations devoted to Fulson's Kent product basically combines his late-'60s Now! album with his Lovemaker album, adding three unissued cuts and a single. Now! was actually comprised largely of singles, and it's this material, which takes up the first half of the CD, that holds up best. It's loosey goosey late-'60s blues/soul crossover with a sassy.
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  5. Kira
    Comment: Vinyl (x2) in VG+ condition! Record cover in VG condition with mild to moderate wear. Satisfied or return for quick refund. Ships fast, plastic-sleeved in protective cardboard LP mailer. 50% of the profits of all "Dave's Vinyl Obsession" sales will be sent to David's wife, Cheryl.
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  6. Mar
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  7. Nikom
    Now! was actually comprised largely of singles, filled out by three cuts which made their first appearance on this LP. It's loosey-goosey late-'60s blues-soul crossover, with a sassy attitude and adroit combinations of stinging blues guitar, strutting vocals, soulful horns, and organ, never heard better than on "I'm a Drifter.".
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  8. Fekus
    Great early work from Lowell Fulson – tracks recorded in the 50s for Chess Records – all in Chicago, and a fair bit more obscure than some of Lowell's better-known sides from the 60s! There's still a nicely gritty groove going on here – a style that's rooted in blues, but which LP, Vinyl record album.
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  9. Voodoosho
    Unterschrift bei Chess Records im Jahre , Fulson nahm auf. Reconsider Baby' unter der Leitung von Stan Lewis in Dallas, Texas. um eine neue Aufnahme von Album, In A Heavy Bag, als'Lowell Fulsom'. Veröffentlicht auf Lewis' Seite Shreveport, Louisiana-based Jewel Records, es ist wirklich schwer! Lowell - In A Heavy Bag ( g vinyl.
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