Jimmy McCracklin - Twist album FLAC
Writers: Jimmy McCracklin, Bob Garlic ● Releasing date: January 1958; April 1958 ● Format: 7" single ● Label: Checker Records ( ; London (HL 7035; HLM 8598 ) ● B-side: "I'm to blame" ● Chart positions: Billboard R&B chart, Billboard pop chart ● Recording: Chess Recording Studios, 2120 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, fall 1957.
Twist (LP, Album, Mono, RE). Crown Records (2). CLP 5244. My Rockin' Soul (LP). Custom Records (2). CS 1057.
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Undoubtedly it was a mite difficult to twist to jump blues records from the mid-'50s, but this budget LP at least gave McCracklin's Modern catalog renewed life in the Crown catalog. Some of his best 1950s rockers: the hilarious "Couldn't Be a Dream," "You Don't Seem to Understand," "Reelin' and Rockin'," "I'm Gonna Tell Your Mother.
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Jimmy McCracklin (James David Walker, St. Louis, Missouri, August 13, 1921 – San Pablo, California, December 20, 2012) was an American pianist, vocalist, harmonica player and songwriter. His style contained West Coast blues, Jump blues, and Rhythm & Blues. Over a career that spanned seven decades, he said he had written almost a thousand songs and had recorded hundreds of them. McCracklin recorded over 30 albums, and earned four gold records.
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