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8 thoughts on “ House Is Rockin - Whitey Johnson - Whitey Johnson (CD, Album)

  1. Whitey Johnson was the first guitar player I ever saw that amazed me, and I always go back to that parking lot in Garland, Texas when someone asks what made me want to play. It was Labor Day with the new asphalt oozing a black goo that would rob your flip flops if you didn’t keep moving.
  2. Explore releases from Whitey Johnson at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Whitey Johnson at the Discogs Marketplace.
  3. Nov 10,  · WHITEY JOHNSON WHITEY JOHNSON SLOW MOVING RECORDS MEMPHIS WOMEN AND CHICKEN--LIVIN' IT DOWN--BRILLIANT CONVERSATIONALIST--EVERY TIME I SING THE BLUES--BLUES IN BLACK AND WHITE--DEVIL GOIN' FISHIN'--JACKSBORO HIGHWAY--WORRY B GONE--I NEED TO KNOW--LIE NO BETTER--HOUSE IS ROCKIN--YES WE CAN Gary Nicholson, Whitey Johnson.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Whitey Don on Discogs. Label: Jive - AVCZ,Avex Trax - AVCZ • Format: CD Album, Enhanced • Country: Japan • Genre: Electronic, Hip Hop, Reggae • Style: Ragga HipHop, Reggae-Pop, Jungle, Ragga.
  5. This blues music goes way back. Whitey Johnson's music is great, old raw blues. I can listen to this over and over.5/5(1).
  6. Whitey Johnson is a recently discovered blues singer/songwriter / guitarist from Texas, now living in Tennessee and performing worldwide. There are various stories about Whitey's past, he has made his living making music for well over thirty years, yet has remained relatively unknown, having only recently recorded his debut album.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Whitey Ford Sings The Blues on Discogs. Label: Festival Mushroom Records - MUSH • Format: CD Album • Country: Australia • Genre: Hip Hop, Rock • Style: Blues Rock.
  8. Its songs encompass blues, folk, gospel, ragtime and, on one that marches from the Civil War era to now, a Celtic influence. A couple of them could have been rendered by Nicholson’s alter ego, “obscure bluesman” Whitey Johnson (one, “Blues in Black and White,” actually is part of Johnson’s repertoire).

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