Get the Tempo of the tracks from The Texas Bluesman (1968) by Lightnin' Hopkins. This album has an average beat per minute of 102 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 67/171 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page.
Texas Blues Man is an album by blues musician Lightnin' Hopkins recorded in Texas in late 1967 and released on the Arhoolie label. The Penguin Guide to Blues Recordings said it contains: "powerful performances with a resonant electric guitar filling the studio" but "It was no more than an average Hopkins album". All compositions by Sam "Lightnin'" Hopkins. Tom Moore Blues" – 5:01. Watch My Fingers" – 2:48. Little Antoinette" – 3:38. Love Like a Hydrant" – 3:58. Cut Me Out Baby" – 3:27.
Lightnin' Hopkins - Texas Blues (1995). The Blues Collection – 31. Songs in album Lightnin' Hopkins - Texas Blues (1995).
Recorded by Chris Strachwitz on portable equipment in Houston, Texas, on December 18, 1967. Made in France on label. Matrix, Runout (Side A, etched): AR-19010 A MP. Matrix, Runout (Side B, etched): AR-19010 B MP. Rights Society: BIEM.
Songs in album Lightnin' Hopkins - The Blues Collection Vo. 1: Texas Blues (1994).
Tracklist: 1. Tom Moore Blues, 2. Watch My Fingers, 3. Little Antoinette, 4. Love Is Like A Hydrant, 5. Cut Me Out Baby, 6. Take A Walk, 7. Slavery, 8. I Would If I Could, 9. Bud Russell Blues, 10. At Home Blues. More albums from Lightnin' Hopkins: Country Blues by Lightnin' Hopkins. Last Night Blues by Lightnin' Hopkins. Mojo Hand by Lightnin' Hopkins. Lightnin’ In New York by Lightnin' Hopkins. In Berkeley by Lightnin' Hopkins. Lightnin’! by Lightnin' Hopkins. Sings The Blues by Lightnin' Hopkins. Goin’ Away by Lightnin' Hopkins. View all albums . The Texas Bluesman. By: Lightnin' Hopkins (1968, Blues). 3. Little Antoinette.
Features Song Lyrics for Lightnin' Hopkins's The Texas Bluesman album. Lightnin' Hopkins - The Texas Bluesman Album Lyrics. 1. Have You Ever Loved a Woman Lyrics.
Lightnin' Hopkins - The Blues. The album that changed everything for The Rolling Stones, Beggars Banquet marked the start of a period of musical creativity and excellence for the band. Lightnin' Hopkins - The Blues udiscovermusic. Lightnin' Hopkins: Remembering The Legacy Of The Texas Troubadour. Lightnin' Hopkins, born in Texas he spent his life playing his own special brand of country blues and became popular in America and Europe. Lightnin' Hopkins - The Blues
|1||Once Was A Gambler||Lightnin' Hopkins||4:58|
|2||Meet You At The Chicken Shack||Lightnin' Hopkins||5:40|
|3||Bald Headed Woman||Lightnin' Hopkins||3:51|
|4||Tom Moore Blues||Lightnin' Hopkins||5:01|
|5||Watch My Fingers||Lightnin' Hopkins||2:48|
|6||Love Like A Hydrant||Lightnin' Hopkins||3:58|
|7||Slavery Time||Lightnin' Hopkins||5:29|
|8||I Would If I Could||Lightnin' Hopkins||3:19|
|9||Bud Russell Blues||Lightnin' Hopkins||4:32|
|10||Come On Baby||Lightnin' Hopkins||2:38|
|11||Money Taker||Lightnin' Hopkins||3:24|
|12||Mama's Fight||Lightnin' Hopkins||2:45|
|13||My Woman||Lightnin' Hopkins||2:49|
|14||Send My Child Home To Me||Lightnin' Hopkins||4:11|
|15||Have You Ever Loved A Woman||Lightnin' Hopkins||4:22|
|16||Black And Evil||Lightnin' Hopkins||3:11|