If You Call That Gone - Tommy Bankhead - Please Accept My Love (CD, Album)

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  1. Dec 16,  · Find Tommy Bankhead song information on AllMusic. Before he was old enough to legally take a drink, Tommy Bankhead was playing the blues with a long list of legendary musicians that included Howlin' Wolf, Elmore James, Sonny Boy Williamson, Joe Willie.
  2. • Waiting For Your Call (Oscar Lollie) • My Love Is Down (Lonnie Johnson) • The World Is Gone Wrong (Walter Vinson, also known as Walter Jacobs, and Lonnie Chatmon, core members of the Mississippi Sheiks) Tommy Bankhead:: Please Accept My Love. Tommy Bankhead:: Please Mr. Foreman. Tommy Bankhead:: Message To St. Louis. U-Z.
  3. You can also hear the influences that were made from his time with the Tommy Bankhead Band, as well as the influences from listening to Ike Turner, Albert King, and Oliver Sain. You can hear Larry and Eric at a new venue on South Grand called Erato.
  4. The press Németh has received for this CD has been uniformly outstanding and well-deserved; you’re looking at an album-of-the-year candidate here for sure. Let’s rate this bad boy, although by this point it’s a foregone conclusion - STLBluesometer rating of for Love Me Tonight.
  5. Dec 21,  · Tommy Bankhead “Santa's Blue Lover Blues” — Please Accept My Love: 11 PM Hour, December 21, PM: Kilborn Alley Blues Band “Christmas in County” — Tear Chicago Down PM: Gary U.S. Bonds “Christmas is Just a Phone Call Away” — Christmas is On! PM: Sonny Rhodes “Christmas ” — Stony Plain's.
  6. 3. Pleaase Accept My Love - 4. If You Call That Gone - 5. Everything Gonna Be Alright - 6. Santa's Blue Lover Blues - 7. Me & My Oxygen Tank - 8. Are You Ready - 9. Stoop Down - Come to Me - Tommy's Story - His musical testimony, recorded only three months before he died. The music is simple.
  7. Recorded at The Benton Park Studio, St. Louis, MO on September 11, All tracks published by Lizbar Music / Howling Moon Entertainment (BMI) except track 2 published by Universal Duchess Music / Wabash Music Co. (BMI), track 5 published by Arc Music Corp. (BMI) and track 9 published by Reginald Music Publishers (BMI).3/5(2).
  8. Bankhead's stature was such that whenever Ike was called away from his steady gig at Slick's Lakeside Club in Eagle Park, IL. to tour he and the Landrockers sat in for amletpaczmenswabournewshandduthulasphe.coinfo the mid `60's rolled out Ike, Chuck, Milton and Albert all moved on. Tommy Bankhead with his new band, The Blues Eldorados, was still King of the Bars in St. Louis/5(3).
  9. PLEASE ACCEPT MY LOVE is St. Louis bluesman Tommy Bankhead's last will and testament to the blues. A veteran of the Mississippi Delta blues world, Tommy was no stranger to the ups and downs of a life in music. But this release is definitely an upper!

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