Seventh Son - John Baldry* - Everything Stops For Tea (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Seventh Son - John Baldry* - Everything Stops For Tea (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Daim says:
    Jan 13,  · Rhino Handmade is back! Sort of. Reissue label Wounded Bird Records will release this week seven titles originally released on Warner Music’s boutique label in the early to mids. These sets were originally handsome vault-clearing exercises for a diverse crop of artists who were on the Warner, Atlantic or Reprise labels at some point in their careers, including works by Doug Sahm of Sir.
  2. Bazshura says:
    `Long' John Baldry. A folk and jazz singer in the Fifties, Baldry — born on Jan. 12, in London — left Blues In-corporated a few months after its formation in to tour Germany with a jazz band, joining Cyril Davies' breakaway R&B All-Stars on his return.
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  4. Zulushakar says:
    Artist: John Baldry Title Of Album Everything Stops For Tea Year Of Release: / Label (Catalog#): Stony Plain [SPCD ] Country: UK Genre: Blues Rock Quality: FLAC (image + cue,log) Bitrate: Lossless Total Time: Total Size: mb(+3%)(cover) AllMusic Review by Dave Thompson Like its companion It Ain't Easy, the second half of Long John Baldry's early-'70s .
  5. Tetaxe says:
    rare 45 rpm record catalog. seventh son / parchman farm - original jazz m- r45 allisons - are you sure / there's one thing more - london g+ r45 john baldry - mother aint dead / mother aint dead - wb promo (mono) vg- r45 balladeers - give me you / red sails in the sunset - .
  6. Meztiramar says:
    The second and last Warner album Everything Stops For Tea in made no showing and Baldry’s career thereafter was uneven and mostly unedifying, with continuous health problems, and sporadic, patchy albums and live appearances alternating with commercially more successful placements as a bit-part actor and voiceover specialist. He relocated.
  7. Aralabar says:
    Having previously released his solo album 'Foxy Lady' (featuring vocalist Terry Black) on GRT, Riley was able to get the label's backing to release Dr. Music's self-titled debut LP featuring the first single, "Try A Little Harder", and its hit follow-up "Sun Goes By" (both written by Motherlode's Steve Kennedy) in
  8. JoJokus says:
    Buy Boogie Woogie: The Warner Bros. Recordings (CD) by Long John Baldry (CD $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.

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