After that, he moved to Columbia where he recorded Jonny Blacks Blues - Various - Hammond Street 4 (CD) good albums and formed a trio with Dr. John and Mike Bloomfield. There's a lot out there. I always knew who Hammond was, but I never bought his albums back when I was in high school and college. He's been a more recent discovery for me. I don't know if there are any choices in mastering. And then there are the Japanese versions Jonny Blacks Blues - Various - Hammond Street 4 (CD) Atlantic Rereading the liner notes to Mirrors, all of the acoustic recordings that John Hammond released on Vanguard were recorded in Jonny Blacks Blues - Various - Hammond Street 4 (CD) ofnot He says that he cut about 40 songs HominyRhodes likes this.
Location: Wheat Ridge, Jonny Blacks Blues - Various - Hammond Street 4 (CD), CO. Dennis Metz and shutdown66 like this. Location: Sacramento, Ca. I don't have the Vanguard recordings but I do have the Atlantic ones on lp plus Wicked Grin and they are all good imo. Hey Guy E! I've been meaning to send you an email for the last week or so. Six StringSep 10, Location: Athens, Greece. Dennis Metz and jmrife like this.
Just curious I noticed that most of the Vanguard CD releases have a copyright date of However, on iTunes, the dates are Is there are mastering difference? Location: New York, NY.
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