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Johnny Knox - I'm Bagged & All In (2015)

7-03-2015, 19:03
Music | Blues

Johnny Knox - I'm Bagged & All In (2015)

Artist: Johnny Knox
Title Of Album: I'm Bagged & All In
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Modern Electric Blues
Label: Johnny Knox
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 58:49
Total Size: 137 Mb
Covers: Front

01. I'm Bagged & All In (2:23)
02. Further On Up The Road (4:57)
03. Early In The Morning (5:15)
04. Johnny's Boogie (3:50)
05. Blues For Katrina (4:08)
06. Hittin' On All Eight (3:20)
07. I Can't Stop Lovin' (3:47)
08. I Want To Tell Mama (3:36)
09. Why Must I Live In Misery (4:19)
10. I Have The (Same Old Blues) (4:33)
11. Blues Shadows (5:29)
12. I Gotta Find My Baby (4:45)
13. Sonny Boy Blues (3:11)
14. Romper Room (5:12)

Born in Oakland, California in 1950, Johnny was the oldest child in a family led by Jack Knox, a local guitarist and former radio personality who had broadcast from his home as a teenager in the 1 9 4 0 ’ s . His dad encouraged him to learn music and he got his first guitar at the age of 14. Johnny moved to Sacramento to play the blues and while watching and playing with Little Charlie Baty and Rick Estrin, he started honing his skills in harmonica accompaniment. This prompted them to head down to Moon Studio to record their new 45’s. With Little Charlie and the Nightcats backing him in the studio, Johnny recorded the Muddy Waters classic “Honey Bee”, as well as Freddie King’s “Tore Down”, which Johnny re-released as a CD in 2010. Like many of his peers from that era, Johnny was no stranger to substance abuse issues, and went through a long spell where he would hit the streets daily with his guitar for his daily hustle. Through local musician Ray “Catfish” Copeland, Johnny met Mike Balma, local blues promoter/producer, at the Chicago Blues Fest ‘91, who soon booked studio time for a record. With a mix of solo tracks as well as additional tracks with backing by upright bassist Greg Roberts, Rick Estrin on harmonica, and Copeland on guitar, the record was released as “Johnny Guitar Knox, Hoboin’,” and won an award in Denmark!

Local guitarist Kenny Marchese sums it up nicely when he says “Johnny gave his help and support to the Sacramento blues scene by teaching and encouraging the younger players, and Sacramento has returned the favor by helping Johnny recover what he had tossed.”

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