Johnny Copeland - Copeland Special album download
|A2||I Wish I Was Single|
|A3||Everybody Wants A Piece Of Me|
|A5||It´s My Own Tears|
|B3||Down On Bended Knee|
|B4||Done Got Over It|
|B5||St. Louis Blues|
- Alto Saxophone – Arthur Blythe
- Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Byard Lancaster
- Baritone Saxophone – Joe Rigby
- Bass – Don Whitcomb
- Drums – Candy McDonald (tracks: A1, A3, A5), Julian Vaughn (tracks: B2), Mansfield Hitchman (tracks: A2, A4, B1, B3 to B5)
- Guitar – John Leibman
- Guitar, Vocals – Johnny Copeland
- Harmonica – Brooklyn Slim (tracks: A4)
- Organ – Anthony Browne (tracks: A2, A5)
- Piano, Arranged By – Ken Vangel
- Producer – Dan Doyle
- Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – George Adams
- Trombone – Bill Ohashi, Garrett List
- Trumpet – John Pratt, Yusef Yancey
NotesRecorded at Blank Tapes, 37 West 20th Street, NYC 10011
|FIEND 3||Johnny Copeland||Copeland Special (LP, Album)||Demon Records||FIEND 3||UK||1981|
|ROU 2025||Johnny Copeland||Copeland Special (Cass, Album)||Rounder Records||ROU 2025||US||1981|
|2025||Johnny Copeland||Copeland Special (LP, Album)||Rounder Records||2025||US||1981|
|AMLP 841||Johnny Copeland||Copeland Special (LP, Album)||Amigo||AMLP 841||Sweden||1981|
|BD-32224||Johnny Copeland||Copeland Special (LP, Album)||Bluesmen||BD-32224||Spain||1981|
John Clyde Copeland (March 27, 1937 – July 3, 1997) was an American Texas blues guitarist and singer. In 1983 he was named Blues Entertainer of the Year by the Blues Foundation. He is the father of blues singer Shemekia Copeland. In 2017, Copeland was posthumously inducted in to the Blues Hall of Fame. Copeland was born in Haynesville, Louisiana.
The album, entitled Copeland Special, released on Rounder, introduced Johnny to the white blues audience and created a small sensation in the blues world. He hit the road, playing blues and rock clubs nationally and across Europe. Johnny brought endless energy to his live shows, and proved to be a charismatic front man as well as an excellent songwriter. Copeland recorded seven albums for Rounder Records, beginning in 1981, including one recorded during a tour of Africa.
Johnny Copeland (born March 27, 1937, Haynesville, Louisiana, USA – died July 3, 1997, Harlem, New York, USA) was an American Texas blues guitarist and singer.
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Biography by Richard Skelly. An influential blues guitarist since the 1950s, journeyman hit critical paydirt in the 1980s. Albert Collins, Johnn. Ro. howdown! Johnny Copeland.
It was recorded and mixed at Blank Tapes, 37 West 20th Street, NYC, and produced by Dan Doyle. The album won a W. C. Handy Award. Johnny Copeland - guitar, vocals. John Leibman - guitar.