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Clayton Love - Come On Home Blues

Clayton Love - Come On Home Blues

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Size: 44,9 MB
Time: 29:52
File: MP3 @ VBR ~209K/s
Released: 1980/2005
Styles: Electric Memphis Blues
Label: Red Lightnin'
Art: Front

01. Blues Come Home (7:08)
02. The Big Question (3:02)
03. Chains Of Love (4:27)
04. Woirried Life Blues (2:23)
05. Just Like A Woman (2:44)
06. St. Louis Blues (3:52)
07. Tore Up (2:54)
08. Key To The Highway (3:18)

Pianist Clayton Love was a prominent member of Ike Turner's Kings of Rhythm during the mid-'50s, making some of his finest platters with the legendary band. But Love made his first vinyl appearance on Lillian McMurry's Jackson, MS-based Trumpet Records in 1951 with his own jump band, the Shufflers.
The combo was a fixture around Vicksburg, where Love was attending Alcorn A&M as a pre-med student. Love's cousin, Natchez bandleader Earl Reed, had recorded for Trumpet and recommended his young relative to McMurry. Love's 1951 debut, "Susie"/ "Shufflin' with Love," exhibited infectious enthusiasm if not a great deal of polish. From there, Love moved over to Aladdin in 1952 (with saxist Raymond Hill's band backing him), Modern (with Turner on guitar) and Groove in 1954, and in 1957, Love fronted and played the 88s with Turner and the Kings of Rhythm on their Federal platters "Do You Mean It," "She Made My Blood Run Cold," and "The Big Question."
Turner had nothing to do with Love's pair of 1958 singles for St. Louis-based Bobbin Records; bassist Roosevelt Marks led the backing band for the clever coupling "Limited Love"/ "Unlimited Love." Long settled in the Gateway City, Love made an album for Modern Blues Recordings in 1991 with fellow ivories aces Johnnie Johnson and Jimmy Vaughn, Rockin' Eighty-Eights. ~Bio by Bill Dahl

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