J.B. Lenoir
Genre:
Blues
Meta styles:
Chicago Blues, Early Acoustic Blues
Styles:
Chicago Blues, Electric Chicago Blues, Regional Blues

J.B. Lenoir is an outstanding blues singer, songwriter who was born in Monticella, Mississippi (March 5,1929). J. B. Lenoir was known in the 50s for his particular zebra-patterned costumes and his brilliant female-like voice but he was a very influential musician and composer playing electric guitar. His band included piano (Sunnyland Slim), saxophone (J. T. Brown), and drums (Alfred Wallace). In this period he wrote several blues standards including Don't Dog Your Woman, Mama Talk To Your Daughter, and Don't Touch My Head.

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Saga Blues: Eisenhower Blues

Saga Blues: Eisenhower Blues

1
Year:
2007
Tracks:
24
Bitrate:
320 kbps
If You Love Me

If You Love Me

1
Year:
2004
Tracks:
23
Bitrate:
320 kbps
I Feel So Good (The 1951-1954 J.O.B. Sessions)

I Feel So Good (The 1951-1954 J.O.B. Sessions)

Year:
2004
Tracks:
18
Bitrate:
320 kbps
Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues: J.B. Lenoir

Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues: J.B. Lenoir

Year:
2003
Tracks:
15
Bitrate:
320 kbps
Down In Mississippi

Down In Mississippi

1
Year:
2002
Tracks:
11
Bitrate:
320 kbps
Alabama Blues

Alabama Blues

Year:
1995
Tracks:
12
Bitrate:
320 kbps
Vietnam Blues

Vietnam Blues

1
Year:
1995
Tracks:
24
Bitrate:
320 kbps
Topical Bluesman: From Korea To Vietnam

Topical Bluesman: From Korea To Vietnam

Year:
1991
Tracks:
24
Bitrate:
320 kbps
His J.O.B. Recordings 1951-1954

His J.O.B. Recordings 1951-1954

Year:
1991
Tracks:
21
Bitrate:
128 kbps
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