Chris Powell And His Five Blue Flames - I Come From Jamaica / Country Girl Blues album flac
- Album: I Come From Jamaica / Country Girl Blues
- FLAC: 1886 mb | MP3: 1408 mb
- Released: 2011
- Style: Jump Blues, Rhythm & Blues
- Rating: 4.9/5
- Votes: 439
- Format: AA MIDI AAC AA DTS AC3 VOX
|A||I Come From Jamaica||2:35|
|B||Country Girl Blues||3:12|
- Record Company – Jazzman Record Co.
NotesI Come From Jamaica - Chris Powell And The Five Blue Flames: Clifford Brown (trumpet) Vance Wilson (alto saxophone) Duke Wells (piano) Eddie Lambert (guitar) James Johnson (bass) Osie Johnson (drums) Chris Powell (vocals, percussion) Chicago, IL, March 21, 1952 (OKeh 6900) Clifford Brown's first recording session
The Blue Flames were dropped by OKeh following this 1952 session and the group spent the next couple of years on Philly's . I Come From Jamaica, Country Girl Blues.
Chris Powell And The Five Blue Flames - Country Girl Blues, The Man With The Horn (Shellac, 10", Single). Etichetta:Columbia N. cat: 39272. Condizione supporti: Supporti: Very Good (VG) Condizione copertina: Copertina: Generic.
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The Blue Flames' bass player was someone called Randy, who was from Texas. As the second Randy in the band, Jimmy dubbed him Randy Texas, and Wolfe adopted the name Randy California, which he held until his death. The drummer was one of Texas' friends, known as Danny Palmer. Jeff Baxter (of Steely Dan and The Doobie Brothers fame) was also known to play bass for The Blue Flames on a few occasions. The band ended up playing six nights a week at the Cafe Wha?, earning a secure spot on the bill