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Baby What Do You Want Me To Do - Lonnie Mack - Whatevers Right (Vinyl, LP, Album)

View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Whatever's Right on Discogs. Lonnie Mack - Whatever's Right (Reissue, Remastered) (/) Baby What You Want Me To Do (Jimmy Reed) - 6. Mt. Healthy Blues (Instrumental) (Lonnie Mack) - who idolized Mack's early singles for Fraternity and later co-produced and played on Mack's comeback LP for Alligator, Strike Like skewimtraninsupzygedyrecweadeba.coinfo: Lonnie Mack. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Whatever's Right - Lonnie Mack on AllMusic - - With a passel of familiar faces in the cast.

Lonnie Mack. Country, Blues, Soul und Rock 'n' Roll: Lonnie Mack vermischte alles in einem großen Roots-Music-Topf und würzte es mit einigen der schärfsten Gitarrenlicks, die man sich vorstellen kann. Er pumpte seine Gibson Flying V durch einen Leslie-Orgellautsprecher und einen Magnatone-Verstärker. American singer-guitarist Lonnie McIntosh (July 18, – April 21, ), known as Lonnie Mack, was a pioneer of blues-rock music and rock guitar melodic (single-note) soloing.. Mack emerged in with the LP, The Wham of that Memphis Man. The album earned him lasting renown both as a blue-eyed soul singer and as a rock guitar innovator.. In the album's instrumental tracks, Mack. Whatever's Right is the smoothest country/soul sourmash blend this side of a Tennessee distillery. And 's The Hills Of Indiana, waxed in Muscle Shoals and Nashville, is a country-dominated gem. Essential to Mack's legacy, these three discs are smoking-gun evidence: Lonnie Mack was as close to a guitar god as America has ever produced/5(5).

‎Album · · 10 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Feb 08,  · Lonnie Mack is getting the recognition he deserves with the recent re-release of several of his albums. Whatever's Right is a huge treat! "Share Your Love With Me" is an old Bobby "Blue" Bland song that was one of that artists' very best, and Lonnie makes it even better/5(5). Whatever's Right was Lonnie Mack's second album of , and like its predecessor (Glad I'm In The Band) it exhibited his blend of rock & roll, blues, soul and country, highlighted by fantastic vocals, excellent band arrangements, and of course superb guitar skewimtraninsupzygedyrecweadeba.coinfo songs included covers of The Falcons' "I Found A Love", Jimmy Reed's "Baby What You Want Me To Do", Bobby Bland's "Share .


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8 thoughts on “ Baby What Do You Want Me To Do - Lonnie Mack - Whatevers Right (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Dataur says:
    Whatever's Right is the smoothest country/soul sourmash blend this side of a Tennessee distillery. And 's The Hills Of Indiana, waxed in Muscle Shoals and Nashville, is a country-dominated gem. Essential to Mack's legacy, these three discs are smoking-gun evidence: Lonnie Mack was as close to a guitar god as America has ever produced/5(5).
  2. Basida says:
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Whatever's Right - Lonnie Mack on AllMusic - - With a passel of familiar faces in the cast.
  3. Akinobar says:
    Lonnie Mack – Don't Make My Baby Blue. No Comments; 0 Tags; Due to a publisher block, we are not authorized to display these lyrics. Edit Lyrics. We do not have any tags for Don't Make My Baby Blue lyrics. Why not add your own? Log in to add a tag. More Lonnie Mack Lyrics. Stop Lyrics;.
  4. Tosho says:
    American singer-guitarist Lonnie McIntosh (July 18, – April 21, ), known as Lonnie Mack, was a pioneer of blues-rock music and rock guitar melodic (single-note) soloing.. Mack emerged in with the LP, The Wham of that Memphis Man. The album earned him lasting renown both as a blue-eyed soul singer and as a rock guitar innovator.. In the album's instrumental tracks, Mack.
  5. Daishakar says:
    A comeback album of sorts for Lonnie Mack, recorded for Elektra with a really down-home sound that's almost verging on southern soul at points! In a way, the set's kind of a nod to the sorts of genres in rock that Mack's music first helped unlock in earlier years – done at a time when it was a bit more acceptable to cross boundaries and reference roots that weren't actually yours in your.
  6. Tezilkree says:
    Stand by Me Dorothy on My Mind I Found a Love The Circus Song AKA a Good Woman's Love Money (That's What I Want) Men at Play Tonky Go Go Oh I Apologize [#] Lonnie on the Move AKA for Kicks AKA Turn on Your Lovelight Shotgun I Washed My Hands in Muddy Water
  7. Meztijinn says:
    Whatever's Right is a comeback album of sorts for Lonnie Mack, recorded for Elektra with a really down-home sound that's almost verging on southern soul at points! In a way, the set's kind of a nod to the sorts of genres in rock that Mack's music first helped unlock in earlier years – done at a time when it was a bit more acceptable to cross.
  8. Fenrinos says:
    "The Wham of That Memphis Man!," "Whatever’s Right," "Glad I’m in the Band" and "Hills of Indiana" include Lonnie’s hits "Memphis," "Wham!" and "Baby, What’s Wrong," his singular spins on "Baby, What You Want Me to Do," "My Babe," "I Found a Love," "Uncle Pen," "The Man in Me," "A Fine Way to Go," "Roberta," "Let Them Talk," "Suzie Q.

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