Title: The One Man Trio
Style: Electric Blues, Texas Blues
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Juke Boy Bonner got his name as a kid, because he would sing along with the juke-box. This t sometimes performed as a one-man-band, and he never had a hit record, but he wrote some excellent, perceptive songs about his hard life, his opinions on ‘race-relations’ and the economics of poverty. Weldon Bonner was born in Bellville Texas in 1932. With a growing reputation on the local club scene, Juke Boy cut the ‘One Man Trio’ album for Flyright Records in 1967, which, in turn, attracted the attention of Arhoolie records, for whom Juke Boy recorded three excellent albums. Using a simple boogie beat, somewhat like Jimmy Reed, ‘Going Back to the Country’, ‘Life Gave Me a Dirty Deal’ and ‘The Struggle’ contain Juke Boy’s quirky personal songs like ‘Stay Off Lyons Avenue’ and ‘I Got My Passport’.
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Bonner on the cover of Arhoolie CD 9040. Background information. In 1967, Bonner recorded his first album for the Flyright Records. Chris Strachwitz's Arhoolie label released two albums, I'm Going Back to the Country (1968) and The Struggle (1969) (Arhoolie would later issue some of Bonner's unreleased 1967–1974 recordings on Ghetto Poet, in 2003). Bonner recorded mostly original song material through his recording career. He was a guest at the Ann Arbor Blues Festival, the American Folk Blues Festival, and the Montreux Blues and Rock Festival. 51 He toured Europe in 1969 with Clifton Chenier and Magic Sa. 51. The One Man Trio (Flyright, 1967). I'm Going Back to the Country (Arhoolie, 1968). The Struggle (Arhoolie, 1969). Things Ain't Right (Liberty, 1969). The Legacy of the Blues, vol. 5 (Sonet, 1976).
Juke Boy Bonner: American blues singer, harmonica player, and guitarist. He was influenced by Lightnin' Hopkins, Jimmy Reed, and Slim Harpo. He accompanied himself on guitar, harmonica, and drums in songs such as "Going Back to the Country", "Life Is a Nightmare", and "Struggle Here in Houston". I've Had the Blues, Jumpin' With Juke Boy, Let's Boogie и другие песни. Вся дискография, Радио, Концерты, рекомендации и похожие исполнители.
Juke Boy Bonner - Nine Below Zero 03:38. Juke Boy Bonner - Jumpin with Juke - Boy 02:17. Juke Boy Bonner - Three Ring Circus 03:06. Juke Boy Bonner - Look out Lightnin' 03:00. Juke Boy Bonner - Why Do You Treat Me Like You Do 03:01. Juke Boy Bonner - I Live Where the Action Is 03:01. Juke Boy Bonner - Who Was That a While Ago 02:30. Juke Boy Bonner - True Love Waiting 02:31. Juke Boy Bonner - Bad Breaks 02:48. Juke Boy Bonner - You Don't Have to Go 03:40. Juke Boy Bonner - Jumpin' at the Studio 02:16. Juke Boy Bonner - No Place to Run 02:50.
About Juke Boy Bonner. Bonner is a sadly overlooked Texas bluesman who started recording in the 1950s, and cut some great sides for the Arhoolie label in the 1960s. Bonner has a wonderfully ragged and soulful tenor voice that conveys a sense of intimacy and immediacy. He accompanies himself on electric guitar and harmonica, playing jumping, slashing shuffles and drones on the guitar while punctuating his songs with wailing, mournful harmonica solos.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||I Live Where The Action Is|
|A2||Can't Let Your Troubles Get You Down|
|A3||Movin' Back To The Country|
|A4||Nine Below Zero
Written-By – Miller*
|A5||Real Quiet Fellow|
|A6||Blues, Blues, Blues|
|B2||Why Do You Treat Me Like You Do|
|B3||No Place To Run|
|B4||I Wonder If You Know How It Is|
|B5||Dust My Broom
Written-By – James*
|B6||You Don't Have To Go
Written-By – Reed*
- Copyright (c) – Flyright Records
- Printed By – Senol Printing Ltd.
- Design [Graphics] – Charles Colquhoun
- Liner Notes – Mike A. Leadbitter*
- Mastered By – John Hassell
- Photography By – Mike Leadbitter
- Vocals, Harmonica, Guitar – Juke Boy Bonner
- Written-By – Juke Boy Bonner (tracks: A1 to A3, A5, A6, B1 to B4)
Notes© Flyright Records 1979.
A1, A2, A5, A6, B2 to B4 recorded at the Jungle Lounge, Scott & McGowen Street, Houston, Jan and Feb 1967.
A4, B1, B5, B6 recorded at 1601 1/2 Hamblen Street, Houston, 8th August 1967.
A3 recorded at 1601 Hamblen Street, Houston, 22nd August 1967.
|3501||Juke Boy Bonner||The One Man Trio (LP, Album)||Flyright Records||3501||UK||1968|