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Performer: Freddy Robinson
Title: Bluesology
Style: Northern Soul,Soul,Soul-Blues,Electric Blues
Duration: 01:17:23
Date of release: 1999
Genre: Blues
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 891
MP3 size: 1624 mb
FLAC size: 1539 mb
WMA size: 1797 mb
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Freddy Robinson - Bluesology mp3 flac

Freddy Robinson: Bluesology (tracks 12-20 "Here Comes Your Good Thang") rec. 1973 in Los Angeles, CA and 1974 in Memphis, TN; Freddy Robinson, voc, . .

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Freddy Robinson ‎– Bluesology. Label: Ace ‎– CDCHD 728. Format: CD, Compilation. Written-By – Fred L. Robinson. 2. I Found My Soul Last. Written-By – Alex Brown, Monk Higgins.

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In a career spanning 50 years, guitarist Freddy Robinson, played with Ray Charles, Bobby Blue Bland, Howlin' Wolf, Little Walter and dozens of lesser-known artists in blues and R&B. Thanks to an early exposure to jazz, he graduated from the ranks of ear players to more sophisticated musical company, but he retained an affection for his past and a pride in. his early work. He played on Mayall's album Jazz Blues Fusion and LPs by the jazz trumpeter Blue Mitchell. He also recorded a couple of albums in his own name for Enterprise, a subsidiary of Stax. In the relaxed blues ambience of tracks such as Bluesology, a memoir of nights playing at Theresa's Lounge in Chicago, and At the Drive-In, Robinson revealed a gift for wry narrative, after the manner of Charles's songwriter Percy Mayfield.

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Bluesology was a 1960s English R&B popular music group, best remembered as being the first professional band of which Reginald Dwight – later known as Elton John – was a member. From about 1960, organist Reginald Dwight – then aged 13 – and his neighbour, singer and guitarist Stewart "Stu" Brown, performed with a local group, the Corvettes, in Pinner, Middlesex, a suburb of London.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Bluesology Freddy Robinson 6:20
2 I Found My Soul Last Night Monk Higgins Freddy Robinson 4:07
3 At the Drive-In Freddy Robinson 4:05
4 Off the Cuff Freddy Robinson 4:00
5 Medicine Man Freddy Robinson 2:55
6 The River's Invitation Percy Mayfield Freddy Robinson 3:01
7 Changing Dreams Freddy Robinson 4:22
8 Try It One Time Monk Higgins Freddy Robinson 2:52
9 Georgia on My Mind Hoagy Carmichael Freddy Robinson 4:29
10 You're on My Side Monk Higgins Freddy Robinson 3:07
11 I Remember Monk Higgins Freddy Robinson 3:11
12 Here Comes Your Good Thang Freddy Robinson 2:35
13 House Hunting Freddy Robinson 3:06
14 After Hours Avery Parrish Freddy Robinson 5:38
15 The Creeper Freddy Robinson 3:28
16 Sister Hot Pants Freddy Robinson 3:43
17 Treat Her Like a Lady Freddy Robinson 4:05
18 Good Feeling Sir Mack Rice Freddy Robinson 3:38
19 Teddy Bear Bernie Lowe / Kal Mann Freddy Robinson 2:25
20 Black Fox Monk Higgins Freddy Robinson 6:16


George Bohanon - Trombone
Oscar Brashear - Trumpet
Hoagy Carmichael - Composer
Bill Dahl - Liner Notes
Willie Hall - Drums
Monk Higgins - Arranger, Composer, Conductor, Organ, Piano (Electric), Producer
Delbert Hill - Sax (Baritone)
Red Holloway - Sax (Tenor)
Paul Humphrey - Drums, Percussion
Clydie King - Vocals
Deborah Lindsey - Vocals (Background)
Darlene Love - Vocals (Background)
Bernie Lowe - Composer
Kal Mann - Composer
Harold Mason - Drums
Percy Mayfield - Composer
Avery Parrish - Composer
Sir Mack Rice - Composer
Nick Robbins - Mastering
Freddy Robinson - Guitar, Harmonica, Photo Courtesy, Primary Artist, Vocals
Joe Sample - Organ, Piano
Sidney Sharp - String Section
Al Vescovo - Guitar