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Snooks Eaglin - Out Of Nowhere (CD, Album)

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  1. ‘The Human Jukebox’ Snooks Eaglin was a major figure in post-war New Orleans Blues and R&B circles. From his beginnings as a blind street singer to a long career as a ‘must-see’ artist for visitors to the bars around the French Quarter, to a late series of brilliant albums on the Black Top label where he put his personal stamp on the Blues catalogue, Snooks was a much-loved figure in.
  2. Album is identified as Black Top Records BT, this was issued in SNOOKS EAGLIN / OUT OF NOWHERE ~ Black Top Album ~ NEAR MINT | eBay Skip to main content.
  3. Folkways Records released New Orleans Street Singer in and the album set the world of folk and acoustic blues fans on fire. Snooks Eaglin was in the early stages of his long R&B career when folklorist Harry Oster heard him playing solo on the streets of the French Quarter. That very recording, presented here with 7 previously unreleased tracks, captured Eaglin's genius and elevated him to.
  4. Sep 12,  · October 23, at Storyville Jazz Hall in New Orleans, LA ~~~ Letter from Lee Barter: "Storyville are more than happy for using their content, but they ask.
  5. Sep 17,  · Album - Souls Edge Label - Black Top Recorded November, Ultrasonic Studios, New Orleans Snooks Eaglin - vocals, guitar Sammy Berfect - organ, piano David Torkanovsky - .
  6. Snooks Eaglin JazzFest 07 Day My recommendation for a Snooks album is the Black Top release Out of Nowhere that was reissued by Shout Factory and which is available from amazon as a cd-r. You may be able to find vendors selling the original CD .
  7. Eaglin stuck with Imperial through , when the firm closed up shop in New Orleans, without ever gaining national exposure. Eaglin found a home with Black Top Records in the s, releasing four albums with the label, including 's Out of Nowhere (re-released on CD by P-Vine in ) and 's Soul's Edge. In P-Vine put out Soul Train from Nawlins, an album drawn from a live set.
  8. Baby, You Can Get Your Gun!, an Album by Snooks Eaglin. Released in (catalog no. CD BT; CD). Genres: Blues.

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