Album · 1998 · 11 Songs. Listen on Apple Music.
Ice Cream Man. (John Brim). He never scored a hit of his own, but guitarist John Brim did enjoy a little late-career notoriety when his self-penned 1953 Chess recording Ice Cream Man, unreleased in its.
Born in Hopkinsville, Kentucky, John Brim was a Chicago Blues artist. Van Halen and David Lee Roth covered his song Ice Cream Man
Teardrops Blues Jam: Chicago Blues Session, Volume 9 - Студийный альбом от Various Artists. В альбом вошло 12 треков.
Artist: Various Album: Chicago Blues Session - Vol. 1-80 Genre: Blues Label: Wolf Records Released: 1988-2012 Quality: mp3, 320 kbps Albums . Vol. 10 - Magic Slim And Nick Holt & The Teardrops - You Can't Lose What You Ain't. 11 - Jimmy Davis - Maxwell Street. 12 - John Brim & Pinetop Perkins. 13 - John Littlejohn - Johnny Littlejohn's Blues Party. 14 - A C Reed & Big Wheeler. 15 - Jimmy Rogers & Big Moose Walker - Chicago Bound. 16 - VA - Chicago's Best West n' Southside Blues Singers Vol. 1. 17 - VA - Chicago Blues Legends. 18 - Magic Slim - Live On The Road. 19 - Michael Coleman - Back Breaking Blues.
I'm Gonna Let You Go - John Brim. Take It Easy Baby - John Brim, Willie Love. Let Me Hold You - John Brim. High Heel Sneakers - John Brim, Pinetop Perkins. Driving Wheel - John Brim, Pinetop Perkins, Naptown - John Brim. Going Down Slow - John Brim, Pinetop Perkins. Call Me Easy Papa - John Brim.
John Brim, Pinetop Perkins. Chicago Blues Session Volume 12. 03:11. 03. Let me hold you. John Brim, Pinetop Perkins. 03:00. 04. High Heel Sneakers. 05:25. 04:07.
Chicago Blues Session! (LP, Album).
John Brim may be best-known for writing and cutting the original "Ice Cream Man" that David Lee Roth and Van Halen covered on their first album. That's a pity, for the seriously under-recorded Brim made some exceptionally hard-nosed waxings. Brim picked up his early guitar licks from the 78s of Tampa Red and Big Bill Broonzy before venturing first to Indianapolis in 1941 and Chicago four years later. He met his wife Grace in. 1/3. John Brim Pinetop Perkins - Chicago Blues Session Vo. 2 Brim, who lived in Gary, IN, remained active on the Chicago blues scene until his passing on October 1, 2003 at the age of 81. - -Bill Dahl, Rovi. He admittedly wasn't the originator of the seminal piano piece "Pinetop's Boogie Woogie," but it's a safe bet that more people associate it nowadays with Pinetop Perkins than with the man who devised it in the first place, Clarence "Pinetop" Smith.
|1||I'm Gonna Let You Go John Brim||John Brim feat: Pinetop Perkins||3:34|
|2||Take It Easy Baby Willie Love / Pinetop Perkins / William Perkins||John Brim feat: Pinetop Perkins||3:12|
|3||Let Me Hold You John Brim||John Brim feat: Pinetop Perkins||3:00|
|4||High Heel Sneakers Pinetop Perkins||John Brim feat: Pinetop Perkins||5:25|
|5||Driving Wheel Pinetop Perkins||John Brim feat: Pinetop Perkins||4:07|
|6||Naptown John Brim||John Brim feat: Pinetop Perkins||3:12|
|7||Going Down Slow Pinetop Perkins||John Brim feat: Pinetop Perkins||4:34|
|8||Call Me Easy Papa John Brim||John Brim feat: Pinetop Perkins||3:23|
|9||How Long Pinetop Perkins||John Brim feat: Pinetop Perkins||3:51|
|10||You Put the Heart on Me John Brim||John Brim feat: Pinetop Perkins||2:40|
|11||Movin' Out John Brim||John Brim feat: Pinetop Perkins||2:51|
Credits:Billy Branch - Harmonica
Grace Brim - Drums
John Brim - Composer, Guitar, Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Hannes Folterbauer - Liner Notes, Photography, Producer
Daniel Gugolz - Liner Notes
Willie Kent - Bass (Electric), Producer
Willie Love - Composer
Alex Munkas - Mixing
Pinetop Perkins - Composer, Performer, Piano, Primary Artist, Vocals
William Perkins - Composer
John Primer - Guitar