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Performer: Slim Harpo
Genre: Funk / Blues
Title: Harpo's Blues / Please Don't Turn Me Down
Country: US
Released: 1965
Style: Harmonica Blues, Rhythm & Blues
FLAC version ZIP size: 1521 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1259 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1756 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 453
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Slim Harpo – 06 - Mailbox Blues - 2015 - Buzzin The Blue. :01. Slim Harpo – 17 - Moody Blues (Instrumental) - 2015 . :38. Slim Harpo – 20 - My Little Queen Bee (Got A Brand Ne. :26. Slim Harpo – 06 - One More Day - 2015 - Buzzin The Blue. :40. Slim Harpo – 08 - Late Last Night - 2015 - Buzzin The.

Slim Harpo (11 January 1924 – 31 January 1970) was a blues musician. Born James Moore in Lobdel, Louisiana, the eldest in an orphaned family, Moore worked as a longshoreman and building worker during the late 1930s and early 1940s. View full artist profile. Play all. Sonny Boy Williamson.

Please Don't Turn Me Down. Baby Scratch My Back. I'm Gonna Miss You (Like The Devil).

Harpo's Blues şarkısını ücretsiz dinle. Slim Harpo şarkıcısına ait albümleri ve diğer şarkıları da görebilir ve dinleyebilirsiniz. Harpo's Blues - Slim Harpo. Seçiniz Video açılmıyor Video içeriği hatalı Şarkı sözü hatalı Şarkı sözü ve video uyuşmuyor.

The riff from Harpo's 1966 hit "Shake Your Hips", which itself was derivative of Bo Diddley's "Bring It to Jerome", was used in the ZZ Top 1973 hit "La Grange", and the Rolling Stones covered the song on their 1972 album Exile On Main Street. Shake Your Hips" was also covered by Joan Osborne on her 2012 album Bring It On Home. 1964 - "Harpo's Blues", "Please Don't Turn Me Down" (Excello 2265). 1966 - "Baby Scratch My Back", "I'm Gonna Miss You (Like The Devil)" (Excello 2273) - R&B chart US pop chart 1966 - "Shake Your Hips", "Midnight Blues" (Excello 2278). 1969 - The Best Of Slim Harpo (compilation album - Excello LPS-8010). 1969 - The Real Blues (one track; various artists - Excello LPS-8011). 1970 - Slim Harpo Knew The Blues (Excello LPS-8013).

Named Slim Harpo by producer Jay Miller, the artist's solo debut coupled I'm A King Bee with I Got Love If You Want It. Influenced by Jimmy Reed, he began recording for Excello Records, and enjoyed a string of popular R&B singles which combined a drawling vocal with incisive harmonica passages. Among them were Rainin' In My Heart (1961), I Love The Life I Live, Buzzin' (instrumental) and Little Queen Bee (1964)  . Harpo was the point man of the 1950s Louisiana Swamp/Blues movement. Harpo, along with Lightning Slim, Lazy Lester, Lonesome Sundown, and a dozen other downhome artists, recorded for A&R man . Miller in Crowley, Louisiana. The records were then issued on the Excello label, based in Nashville. Harpo's relaxed, almost lazy, performances set the tone for his subsequent work. His warm, languid voice enhanced the sexual metaphor of I'm A King Bee, which was later recorded by the Rolling Stones.

Slim Harpo: Топ треков. I'm a King Bee. Slim Harpo. Wondering and Worryin'. Sittin' Here Wondering (Wondering Blues). Please Don't Turn Me Down.

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Tracklist

A Harpo's Blues 2:11
B Please Don't Turn Me Down 2:55

Credits

  • Written-By – J. Moore*

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
45-2265 Slim Harpo Harpo's Blues / Please Don't Turn Me Down ‎(7", Single) Excello 45-2265 US 1965
45-2265 Slim Harpo Harpo's Blues / Please Don't Turn Me Down ‎(7", Single, Promo) Excello 45-2265 US 1965