Maxwell Street Jimmy Davis - Maxwell Street Jimmy Davis album download
|A1||What More Can A Good Man Do?|
|A2||Two Trains Running|
|A3||Long Haired Darlin'|
|A4||My Baby Changed The Lock On My Door|
|A5||Drifting From Door To Door|
|A6||I Got My Eyes On You|
|B1||Me And My Telephone|
|B2||Dust My Broom|
|B3||She's My Babe|
|B5||Baby, Please Don't Go|
- Producer – Norman Dayron, Pete Welding
NotesGold label with guitar player logo. Also available in stereo, EKS-7303.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): EKL-303 A-2 28 4 1065
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): EKL-303 B 28-4 9-65
|BY 6009||Maxwell Street Jimmy Davis*||Maxwell Street Jimmy Davis (LP, Album, Mono)||Bounty||BY 6009||UK||1966|
Charles W. Thompson, who became known as Maxwell Street Jimmy Davis (March 2, 1925 – December 28, 1995) was an American electric blues singer, guitarist and songwriter. He played with John Lee Hooker, recorded an album for Elektra Records in the mid-1960s, and remained a regular street musician on Maxwell Street, in Chicago, for over 40 years. He is best remembered for his songs "Cold Hands" and "4th and Broad". He was also known as Jewtown Jimmy.
Maxwell Street Jimmy Davis - What More Can A Good Man Do? @ youtube - Two Trains Running @ youtube - Long-Haired Darlin' @ youtube - My Baby Changed The Lock On My Door @ youtube - Drifting From Door To Door - I Got My Eyes On You @ youtube - Me And My Telephone @ youtube - Dust My Broom - She's My Babe - Alberta - Baby Please Don't Go @ youtube - Drifting Blues licensed. Chicago Blues - Live at the Fickle Pickle @ youtube(full album) Johnny Jones & Willie Dixon - Johnny's Boogie Maxwell Street Jimmy - Long Haired Doney John Henry Barbee - Baby I Need Your Love Billy Boy Arnold & Johnny Jones - Sloppy Drunk Blind James Brewer - Big Road Blues - See What Poor Kelly Done Big Joe Williams - Sugar Mama Billy Boy Arnold & Johnny Jones - Early.
Maxwell Street Jimmy Davis. Two Trains Running, 03:58. Dry In the Dark, 03:16. I've Been a Fool a Long Time, 05:07. That's All Right, 03:04. In Your Bedroom, 02:38. One-Eyed Woman, 02:42. Going Upstairs, 06:47. Gerry Rafferty Baker Street. Donna Summer Hot Stuff. The Animals The House of the Rising Sun. Radio JamZONE КАВЕРадио. Status Quo In the Army Now.
Maxwell Street Jimmy Davis (March 2, 1925 – December 28, 1995) was an American electric blues singer, guitarist and songwriter. He played with John Lee Hooker, recorded an album for Elektra Records in the mid 1960s, and remained a regular street musician on Maxwell Street, Chicago, for over 40 years. He was also known as Jewtown Jimmy and is best remembered for his songs "Cold Hands" and "4th And Broad". He was born Charles W. Thompson, in Tippo, Mississippi.