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Stealin - Johnny Young (3) - Johnny Young And His Chicago Blues Band (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Johnny Young (born Johnny Benjamin de Jong; 12 March ) is a Dutch Australian singer, composer, record producer, disc jockey, television producer and host. Originally from Rotterdam, Netherlands, his family settled in Perth, Western Australia in the early s. Young had a career in the s as a pop singer and had a number one hit with the double-A-side, "Step Back" .
  2. A2 - Johnny Young's South Side Blues Band - Kid man blues A3 - Johnny Young's South Side Blues Band - My black mare A4 - Johnny Young's South Side Blues Band - Stealin' back A5 - Johnny Young's South Side Blues Band - I got mine in time A6 - Johnny Young's South Side Blues Band - Tighten up on it B1 - The Johnny Shines Blues Band - Dynaflow.
  3. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Johnny Young And His Chicago Blues Band* Featuring Otis Spann, James Cotton - Johnny Young And His Chicago Blues Band at Discogs. Complete your Johnny Young And His Chicago Blues Band* Featuring Otis Spann, James Cotton collection/5(22).
  4. Originally on Arhoolie lps & Young hosts an all star Chicago blues band. With legendary harpmen James Cotton & Big Walter Horton, Otis Spann and Lafayette Leake on piano, SP Leary & Lester Dorsie on drums, Ernest Gatewood and Jimmy Lee Morris on bass and Jimmy "Fast Fingers" on second guitar this cd is a croscompmenmevulrevertetidikettick.coinfos: 7.
  5. Johnny Young – vocals and guitar or electric mandolin; with Otis Spann James Cotton Big Walter Horton S.P. Leary Jimmy Dawkins Lafayette Leake etc. This CD contains all of ARH LP and most of ARH LP 1. Wild Wild Woman 2. Keep Your Nose Out Of My Business 3. I’m Having A Ball 4. My Trainfare Out Of Town 5. I’m Doing All Right 6.
  6. In , Johnny Young was born at the sharp end of the Delta, in croscompmenmevulrevertetidikettick.coinfo he was young, his family moved a few miles north to Rolling Fork, birthplace of Muddy Waters, and there Johnny heard The Mississippi Sheiks play their ‘hokum Blues‘. Johnny’s uncle taught him to play guitar, and he also picked up some mandolin technique, which proved very popular when .
  7. Died: April 18, in Chicago, Illinois. His nickname, Johnny "Man" Young, came from his use of the mandolin. Played with: Carl Martin, Charles McCoy, Yank Rachell, Robert Nighthawk, Sonny Boy Williamson, Muddy Waters, Walter Hortn, Otis Spann and others.
  8. Johnny Young & His Chicago Blues Band: Johnny Young: Stealin' Hopefully MCA will see fit to to create a proper BluesWay reissue series but until then vinyl may be your only option (where known I’ll try and list records which have appeared on CD – reissues have appeared on Charly in the late 80’s as well as Off-Beat and One Way in the.

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