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Lonnie Mack - Still On The Move - The Fraternity Years 1963-68 album download

Performer:

Lonnie Mack

Title:

Still On The Move - The Fraternity Years 1963-68

Genre:

Rock / Blues / Country and World

MP3 album size:

1400 mb

Other music formats:

MMF WMA AIFF AUD AU MOD DTS

Rating:

4.4 ✱

Style:

Gospel

Date of release:

2004

Lonnie Mack - Still On The Move - The Fraternity Years 1963-68 album download

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Sa-Ba-Hoola
Written-By – Lonnie Mack
2 Wildwood Flower
Arranged By – Lonnie MackWritten-By – J P Webster*, Maud Irving
3 I've Had It
Written-By – Carl Bonura, Raymond Ceroni*
4 Cry Cry Cry (Alt Take 2)
Written-By – Deadric Malone
5 Snow On The Mountain
Written-By – Norman Levy, Tony Fullman
6 Sticks And Stones
Written-By – Titus Turner
7 Don't Make My Baby Blue
Written-By – Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil
8 Oh Boy!
Written-By – Bill Tilghman, Norman Petty, Sonny West
9 Florence Of Arabia
Written-By [Uncredited] – Jackie Wilson
10 Stand By Me
Written-By – Ben E. King, Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller
11 Dorothy On My Mind
Written-By – Edward Lyons
12 I Found A Love
Written-By – Robert West , William Schofield*, Wilson Pickett
13 The Circus Song AKA A Good Woman's Love
Written-By – Cy Coben
14 Money (That's What I Want)
Written-By – Berry Gordy Jr*, Janie Bradford
15 Men At Play
16 Tonky Go Go
Written-By – Franklin Alexander Moe*
17 Oh I Apologise (Alt Take 6)
Written-By – Berry Gordy Jr*, William "Smokey" Robinson*
18 Lonnie On The Move AKA For Kicks AKA Turn On Your Lovelight (Alt Take 2)
Written-By – Deadric Malone, Joseph Scott
19 Shotgun
Written-By – Autry DeWalt
20 I Washed My Hands In Muddy Water
Written-By – Joseph Babcock*
21 One Mint Julep
Written-By – Rudolph Toombs
22 Money (That's What I Want) (Alt Take 2)
Written-By – Berry Gordy Jr*, Janie Bradford
23 Florence Of Arabia (Alt Take)
Written-By [Uncredited] – Jackie Wilson
24 When I'm Alone
Written-By – Erwin King, Harry Carlson
25 Omaha
Written-By – Lonnie Mack
26 Soul Serenade
Written-By – Curtis Ousley, Luther Dixon

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – Sound Mastering Ltd

Credits

  • Design [Package] – Sir Brian Burrows*
  • Liner Notes, Research – Tony Rounce
  • Mastered By – Duncan Cowell

Notes

Front cover design based on an original Fraternity LP kindly loaned by Andrew Lauder
Transferred from original analogue master tapes
The original analogue sound recordings, from which the digital re-masters were created, are owned by Ace Records Ltd
The digital re-masters embodied in this compilation are ℗ 2002 Ace Records Ltd
This compilation ℗ & © 2002 Ace Records Ltd

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 29667 18472 4
  • Label Code: LC 05982
  • Matrix / Runout: CDCHD847 01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LY33
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI AEW40

Still on the Move is a somewhat revised and expanded version of the 1992 Ace CD compilation Lonnie on the Move, which was itself a slightly revised reissue of a mid-'70s double-LP compilation album of 1960s Fraternity recordings. It's "somewhat revised" because it actually eliminates two tracks from Lonnie on the Move, "Soul Express" and "Jam and Butter

Is Strike Like Lightning the best album by Lonnie Mack? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. The best album by Lonnie Mack is The Wham Of That Memphis Man! which is ranked number 35222 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 17. Lonnie Mack album bestography. Lonnie Mack : Still On The Move: (The Fraternity Years 1963-68) CD (2002).

Still On The Move Lonnie Mack. It's now been almost ten years since Ace released its first Lonnie Mack CD. Lonnie On The Move (CDCH 352) was, in essence, a (slightly-revised) reissue of a 1976 double album's worth of sides that Fraternity label boss Harry Carlson had originally leased to US reissue label Trip, and that contained a mix of Mack's Fraternity singles and masters which had hitherto lain unissued in Carlson's tape archive

18-Lonnie On The Move (For Kicks) (Turn On Your Lovelight). 20-I Washed My Hands In Muddy Water. 22-Money (That's What I Want). 23-Florence Of Arabia. 24-When I'm Alone (Master). 2014-The Best Of Lonnie Mack (The Alligator Records Years). 01-Strike Like Lightning.

His career started in 1963 with his hit record "Memphis". He is seen as one of the true early virtuoso guitar players which inspired artists like Jimi Hendrix, Frank Zappa and The Doors. He was known for playing the Gibson Flying V guitar. Nei gruppi: The Lonnie Mack Band. Varianti: Stai visualizzando tutto Lonnie Mack. Lonnie On The Move (Single).

Greil Marcus selected this track by Lonnie Mack as one of the great vocals in rock n roll and he detailed why in his 2009 lecture "The Songs Left Out of "The Ballad of Sexual Dependency". Greil described 'Why?' thus: "a soul ballad so torturous, so classically structured, that it can uncover wounds of your own. Mack's scream at the end has never been matched, God help us if anyone ever tops it". Greil Marcus is right and as such it is only correct that it exists on YouTube for all to behold. russell diederichsen. I have never been without this album. I have moved around constantly and lost it many times but I always did what was needed to get it back. I saw Lonnie Live- probably on the promotional tour for this album. He was the first REAL guitarist that I ever saw. Shortly after thatI saw Freddy King, then Chuck Berry, I was hooked. Long live rock n roll.

He unleashes his vibrato-drenched axe on the torrid "Soul Express," "Lonnie on the Move," "Florence of Arabia," and an astonishing instrumental version of "Stand by Me" that'll send aspiring guitarists' jaws crashing to the floor. For a change of pace, "Men at Play" mines a jazzy walking groove to equally satisfying ends. These 19 Flying V-soaked sides pack the same punch and hail from the same mid-'60s timeframe as Mack's seminal LP Wham of That Memphis Man. He unleashes his vibrato-drenched axe on the torrid "Soul Express," "Lonnie on the Move," "Florence of Arabia," and an astonishing instrumental version of "Stand by Me" that'll send aspiring guitarists' jaws crashing to the floor.

The celebrated 1976 double album from that 'Memphis' man, amended and expanded by the addition of d or unreissued masters and alternates. 26 remastered tracks. I bought this CD with the hope that it would capture some of the superb 1963 "The Wham of That Memphis Man", the LP which I bought then based only on his hit instrumental "Memphis" - I ended up being totally shocked and staggered by his outstanding blues singing on "Why" and "Satisfied". So 50 years later I figured, hey, whatever happened to Mr. Mack? He must have done more such stunning work soon after that, right? Indeed, he is still touring, God bless him.

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