8 thoughts on “ Sugar Baby - Eddy Clearwater - Flimdoozie (CD, Album)

  1. Label: Rooster Blues Records - K28P • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Blues • Style: Chicago Blues Eddy Clearwater - Flimdoozie (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore3/5(1).
  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Flimdoozie - Eddy Clearwater on AllMusic - - As yet unavailable on compact disc, Clearwater's 6/
  3. Sugar Baby Written-By – Eddy Harrington, Marion Walter Jacobs* A3: Do This Town Tonight Written-By – Eddy Harrington: A4: Black Night-Falling Down Heavy Written-By – Eddy Harrington, Jessie Mae Robinson: B1: Flimdoozie Written-By – Eddy Harrington: B2: I.R.S. Man Written-By – Eddy Harrington: B3: Sail The /5(8).
  4. Sugar Baby Written-By – Eddy Harrington, Marion Walter Jacobs* A3: Do This Town Tonight Written-By – Eddy Harrington: A4: Black Night - Falling Down Heavy Written-By – Eddy Clearwater, Jessie Mae Robinson: B1: Flimdoozie Written-By – Eddy Harrington: B2: I.R.S. Man Written-By – Eddy Harrington: B3: Sail /5(3).
  5. Eddy Clearwater is one of those people that can do it all: sing, play guitar, write songs, front a band, and deliver good vibes--all in the name of blues. The album was recorded in the mid-'80s and the list of guests helping on some of the tracks included Otis Rush on guitar, Sugar Blue on harmonica, and Abb Locke on saxophone/5(3).
  6. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Eddy Clearwater - Flim Doozie at Discogs. Complete your Eddy Clearwater collection.
  7. Flimdoozie Eddy Clearwater. - 8 songs. 1. All About the Blues. 2. Sugar Baby. 3. Do This Town Tonight. 4. Black Night - Falling Down Heavy. 5. Flimdoozie. 6. IRS Man. 7. Sail the Ship. 8. Don't Take My Blues. More albums from Eddy Clearwater. Chicago Daily Blues - Eddy Clearwater West Side Strut Blues Hang Out.
  8. Eddy "The Chief" Clearwater was the stage name of Edward Harrington, who had left Birmingham, Alabama, for Chicago in , making his first recordings there in the mids for Atomic-H. Blues Revue said Eddy played “joyous rave-ups he testifies with stunning soul fervor and powerful guitar. One of the blues’ finest songwriters.”.

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