Rough & Tough by John Hammond J. released 21 April 2009 1. My Mind Is Ramblin' 2. Still a Fool 3. Up the Line 4. My Time After Awhile 5. Got to Find My Baby 6. She's Tough 7. Chattanooga Choo Choo 8. Statesboro Blues 9. I Can Tell 10. Get Behind the Mule 11. No Place to Go 12. Slick Crown Vic 13. Come to Find Out 14. It Hurts Me Too 15. I Can't Be Satisfied John Hammond's blues career has spanned the better part of the last five decades
John Paul Hammond (born November 13, 1942 in New York City) is an American singer and musician. The son of record producer John H. Hammond, he is sometimes referred to as John Hammond Jr. Hammond is a son of record producer and talent scout John H. Hammond and his first wife, Jemison McBride, an actress. He is a descendant of Cornelius Vanderbilt, the patriarch of the prominent Vanderbilt family.
7. Chattanooga Choo Choo. Rough & Tough (LP, Album).
John Hammond, Jr. has produced many hallmark albums during a 50-year career and 35 recordings, but Rough & Tough might top them all. Playing solo on a variety of guitars, a harmonica, and singing up a storm, Hammond acoustically interprets songs of the legendary bluesmen that established the urban Chicago train of thought. His choices should be very familiar to most blues fans, but the way he plays them are a throwback to pre-electric, back-porch days, when simplicity was the norm rather than amped-up volume
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John Hammond J. John Hammond 21-04-2009. Toplam süre:58 min. 01. My Mind Is Ramblin'. Besteciler: Chester Burnett.
An umptysquillionth album by the son of the man who discovered Bob Dylan, a veteran bluesman with all the payable dues duly signed and docketed except for the unfixable fact of his whiteness. The audiophile Chesky label has recorded him alone with his collection of guitars and harps (all listed by make and luthier) as he tackles a 15-song programme of originals (lots of Muddy Waters), a Tom Waits ("Get Behind the Mule") and "Chattanooga Choo-Choo".
John Paul Hammond (born November 13, 1942, New York City) is an American blues singer and guitarist. Hammond, he is sometimes referred to as John Hammond, Jr. He began playing guitar in high school, partially inspired by the album Jimmy Reed at Carnegie Hall