Goodbye Blues - Louisiana Red & Little Victors Juke Joint - Memphis Mojo
Label: Ruf Records - RUF 1171 • Format: CD Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Blues • Style: Electric Blues
Iverson Minter March 23, — February 25,known as Louisiana Redwas an African-American blues Schutzmann-Marsch - Musikkorps Der Polizei Berlins*, Herbert Domagalla, Polizeichor Berlin, Klaus Ba, harmonica player, and singer, who recorded more than 50 albums.
Everydays A Holiday - Delaney & Friends - Class Reunion was best known for his song " Sweet Blood Call ".
Born in Bessemer, Alabama Minter lost his parents early in life; his mother died of pneumonia shortly after his birth, and his father was lynched by the Ku Klux Klan in Red recorded for Chess inbefore joining the Army. He was trained as a parachutist with the 82nd Airborne and was sent to Korea in The 82nd Airborne was not deployed as a complete unit in Korea, but soldiers from this unit were dispatched as Goodbye Blues - Louisiana Red & Little Victors Juke Joint - Memphis Mojo in the 2nd, 3rd and 7th Infantry Divisions.
Minter said he was assigned to the 3rd Infantry Division. His second album, Seventh Sonwas released later the same year. It peaked at number on the Billboard Hot and number 30 on the Cashbox chart. InLouisiana Red released the album Memphis Mojoto broad public acclaim.
Michael Messer noted on February 25,"I am very sorry to be bringer of such sad news that my dear friend, Louisiana Red, died this morning. He had a stroke on Monday and had been in a coma. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Louisiana Red. Singer-songwriter musician. Guitar harmonica. Louisiana Red: Biography. Archived from the original on 17 December Retrieved 10 January Accessed Dubai: Carlton Books. Blues Music Awards.
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