Johnny Guitar Watson - What The Hell Is This? album flac
|A1||What The Hell Is This?||4:40|
|A2||In The World||6:01|
|A3||Proud Of You||6:26|
|A4||Cop & Blow||5:11|
|B1||I Don't Want To Be President||3:46|
|B2||Mother In Law||4:27|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Dick James Music, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Dick James Music, Inc.
- Manufactured By – Phonogram, Inc.
- Marketed By – Phonogram, Inc.
- Distributed By – PolyGram Distribution, Inc.
- Published By – Vir-Jon Music
- Published By – Wats-Field Publishing
- Recorded At – Kendun Recorders
- Mastered At – Kendun Recorders
- Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Terre Haute
- Arranged By [String] – Jerry Peters
- Art Direction – David Krieger
- Bass – Bobby Howard (tracks: B2), Deon Estus (tracks: B3)
- Co-producer [Production Assistant], Musician, Drums, Tambourine, Slapstick, Percussion [English Milk Cup], Shaker [Gourd] – Emry Thomas
- Engineer – Steve Williams
- Engineer [Assistant] – Joe Laux
- Engineer [Mastering] – Johnny Golden*
- Photography By [Photo Credit] – Jim McCrary
- Producer, Arranged By, Written-By, Musician, Vocals, Guitar, Bass [Micro Moog], Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes], Piano [Yamaha Acoustic], Clavinet [Hohner], Bass Guitar [Fender Bass] – Johnny Guitar Watson
- Saxophone – Albert Wing (tracks: A1, A2, B1), Bill Haley (tracks: B2)
- Strings – Jerry Peters & Orchestra
- Trombone – Bruce Fowler (tracks: A1, A2, B1), Tony Coleman (tracks: B2)
- Trumpet – Gregory Davis (tracks: B2), Walt Fowler (tracks: A1, A2, B1)
- Voice – Tasha (tracks: B2), Wilma Watson (tracks: B2)
- Written-By [Co-Written By] – Percy Mayfield (tracks: B1)
Notes℗ 1979 Dick James Music Inc. [labels]
Recorded and mastered at Kendun Recorders, Burbank, California
(P) & (C) Dick James Music, Inc. [back cover]
Also available on MusiCassette and stereo 8 Track tapes DJMC-24/DJM8-24
Manufactured and marketed by Phonogram, Inc., One IBM PLaza, Chicago, Il. 60611. A Polygram Company
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label A): S DJM-24-A-7 JG +2
- Matrix / Runout (Label B): S DJM-24-B5 425
- Matrix / Runout (Runout A Stamped): KENDUN-B
- Matrix / Runout (Runout B Stamped): KENDUN-B
- Rights Society: BMI
|DJM-24||Johnny Guitar Watson||What The Hell Is This? (LP, Album)||DJM Records||DJM-24||US||1979|
|DK 97636||Johnny Guitar Watson||What The Hell Is This? (CD, Album, Club, RE, RM)||Shout! Factory||DK 97636||US||2006|
|0064.217||Johnny Guitar Watson||What The Hell Is This? (LP, Album)||DJM Records||0064.217||Germany||1979|
|DJF 20557||Johnny Guitar Watson||What The Hell Is This? (LP, Album)||DJM Records||DJF 20557||UK||1979|
|9238-24||Johnny Guitar Watson||What The Hell Is This? (LP, Album)||DJM Records||9238-24||Canada||1979|
Given the gleefully irreverent album cover (featuring the bewildered artist in seriously bold threads, sitting on a tricycle flanked by three female ga. .
The Funk Anthology - Студийный альбом от Johnny "Guitar" Watson. Вышел 6 сентября 2005г. В альбом вошло 31 треков.
John Watson Jr. (February 3, 1935 – May 17, 1996), known professionally as Johnny "Guitar" Watson, was an American blues, soul, and funk musician and singer-songwriter. A flamboyant showman and electric guitarist in the style of T-Bone Walker, Watson recorded throughout the 1950s and 1960s with some success. His creative reinvention in the 1970s with funk overtones, saw Watson have hits with "Ain't That a Bitch" and "Superman Lover"
Complete sua coleção de Johnny Guitar Watson. What The Hell Is This? 4:40. fazendo referência a What The Hell Is This?, LP, Album, MM9092. Cleaned this, played it for the first time and thought I'd put Frank Zappa on by mistake. If you don't like funk, and I generally don't, think again, this is quality stuff.
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This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). Tracklist What the Hell Is This? 1. What the Hell Is This? 6'09.
Given the gleefully irreverent album cover (featuring the bewildered artist in seriously bold threads, sitting on a tricycle flanked by three female gas station attendants), listeners know that they're in for a fun time before WHAT THE HELL IS THIS? even begins. This 1979 record finds Johnny "Guitar" Watson in a serious funk mode, a fact made immediately clear by the surging opening title track, on which the Texas-born Watson muses about the YWCA and ponders unemployment over a dense, Parliament-worthy backdrop.
Johnny Guitar Watson Miss Frisco (Queen of the Disco). Johnny Guitar Watson Love Jones. JOHNNY GUITAR WATSON-what the hell is this.
Album: What the Hell Is This?, 1979. Now playing: Joan Jett & The Blackhearts I Love Rock 'N Roll. Radio Caprice - Pop music 80's.