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In The Band - Lonnie Mack - Glad Im In The Band (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. REVIEW: "Roadhouses and Dance Halls" RollingStone - December 1, LONNIE MACK IS ROCK'S GREAT LOST. guitar hero.. The Wham of That Memphis Man - the Indiana singer, guitarist and songwriter's landmark album - made room for everything from ferocious rock to straight blues to sorrowful country, and Mack's impassioned, daring soul crying proved he could bend and twist notes .
  2. Lonnie McIntosh, 18 July , Harrison, Indiana, USA. Lonnie Mack began playing guitar while still a child, drawing early influence from a local blues musician, Ralph Trotts, as well as established figures Merle Travis and Les Paul. He later led a C&W act, Lonnie And The Twilighters, and by was working regularly with the Troy Seals Band.
  3. Apr 18,  · Glad I'm in the Band, an Album by Lonnie Mack. Released in on Elektra (catalog no. EKS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Blue-Eyed Soul, Blues Rock/5(1).
  4. of 60 results for CDs & Vinyl: "lonnie mack" Skip to main search results Amazon Prime. Free UK Delivery by Amazon Or £ to buy MP3 album. Vinyl Glad I'm in the Band. by Lonnie Mack | out of 5 stars 4. Audio CD MP3 Download Listen with Music Unlimited.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Glad I'm In The Band on Discogs. Label: Elektra - EKS • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Blues •/5(10).
  6. His first new album was Glad I’m In The Band, released in It was a departure of sorts from his earlier work, as the focus moved towards his vocals. This turned out to be a truly welcome development, as he was always an excellent singer. Stylistically, the album was a .
  7. American singer-guitarist Lonnie McIntosh, known as Lonnie Mack, was a pioneer of blues-rock music and rock guitar melodic soloing. Mack emerged in with the LP, The Wham of that Memphis Man. The album earned him lasting renown both as a blue-eyed soul singer and as a rock guitar style innovator. In the album's instrumental tracks, Mack introduced "edgy, aggressive, loud, and fast" .
  8. LP LONNIE MACK-Wham of the Memphis Man () Mint- Favourite Auctions To save auctions to your favourites, please login.
  9. When Lonnie Mack sang the blues, country strains were sure to infiltrate. Conversely, if he dug into a humping rockabilly groove, strong signs of a deep-down blues influence were bound to invade, par for the course for any musician who cited both Bobby Bland and George Jones as pervasive influences.

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