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John Hammond - I Can Tell album download
John Hammond - I Can Tell album download
Performer: John Hammond
Title: I Can Tell
Country: US
Released: 1967
Style: Harmonica Blues, Chicago Blues, Delta Blues, Electric Blues
Rating: 4.2/5
FLAC size: 1901 mb | MP3 size: 1893 mb | WMA size: 1560 mb
Genre: Blues

Nom du groupe John Hammond. Nom de l'album I can tell. Date de parution 1967. Labels WEA Atlantic Records. 1. I Wish You Would (Arnold). 2. I'm in the Mood (Hooker/Taub). 3. I Can Tell (McDaniel/Smith). 5. Coming Home (James).

Further on Up the Road feat. John Hammond, Jr. Joe Medwick. No One Can Forgive Me But My Baby feat. Tom Waits. The Sky Is Crying feat. Elmore James. Looking for Trouble feat. Eddie Taylor. Going Away Baby feat. James Lane, James A. Lane. Heartache Blues feat. Tell Me Mama feat. Walter Jacobs. Skip James. I've Got Love If You Want It. Junco Partner feat. Traditional.

Albert Hammond (1974) is the third album by British singer, songwriter and music producer Albert Hammond. The album peaked at on the Dutch albums chart and produced three singles which charted on the Hot 100. All tracks by Albert Hammond and Mike Hazlewood. Everything I Want to Do (new version)" – 2:58. Dime Queen of Nevada" – 3:55. New York City Here I Come" – 3:06. The Girl They Call the Cool Breeze" – 3:53. Names, Tags, Numbers and Labels (new version)" – 2:45.

I've done a Great Mellotron Album lists, how about one with Hammond organ playing that blew me away and are essential to your collection. 1 – 18 из 18. Показать. Brian Auger is certainly one of the great Hammond organ players, in my opinion I don't think he did better than he did on this 1969 album Streetnoise. A buch of great selections of covers as well as originals too, as what you expect from Auger & the Trinity.

Legendary talent scout John Hammond discovered some of the greatest talents in jazz, folk, blues and rock and roll during his 54-year association with Columbia Records. On the jazz and blues side, he played a major role in launching the careers of Billie Holiday, Count Basie and Aretha Franklin. Among rock and roll fans, he will no doubt be best remembered for signing Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen. He met Dylan in 1961 and immediately recognized his genius, bringing him to Columbia and producing his first album over the protest of executives who referred to the signing as Hammond’s folly.


I Wish You Would 2:56
I'm In The Mood 3:08
I Can Tell 3:20
Spoonful 2:45
Coming Home 2:20
My Baby Is Sweeter 2:58
Brown Eyed Handsome Man 2:18
Smokestack Lightning 2:43
Five Long Years 3:55
You're So Fine 2:34
Going To New York 1:52
Forty Days And Forty Nights 4:30


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
8152 John Hammond* I Can Tell ‎(LP, Mono) Atlantic 8152 US 1967
SD 8152, 8152 John Hammond* I Can Tell ‎(LP, Album) Atlantic, Atlantic SD 8152, 8152 US 1967
SD 8152, 8152 John Hammond* I Can Tell ‎(LP, Album) Atlantic, Atlantic SD 8152, 8152 US 1967
8152, A-12624-MO John Hammond* I Can Tell ‎(LP, Mono, (MO) Atlantic, Atlantic 8152, A-12624-MO US 1967
8152 John Hammond* I Can Tell ‎(LP, Mono, Promo) Atlantic 8152 US 1967
7567-82369-2 John Hammond* I Can Tell ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Atlantic 7567-82369-2 UK, Europe & US 1992
7 82369-2 John Hammond* I Can Tell ‎(CD, Comp, RM) Atlantic 7 82369-2 US 1992
7 82369-4 John Hammond* I Can Tell ‎(Cass, Album, RM, Dol) Atlantic 7 82369-4 UK, Europe & US 1992