|Performer:||Pee Wee Crayton|
|Title:||Great Rhythm & Blues Oldies Volume 5 - Pee Wee Crayton|
|Style:||Electric Blues, Texas Blues|
|Other format:||VOC MOD DTS AU AAC WMA MP3|
Written By – P. Crayton. B2. My Baby's On The Line. This is album in a 6 volume set (french releases) (P)1974 on label; (P)1975 on back cover. Great Rhythm & Blues Oldies Volume 5 - Pee Wee Crayton (LP, RE). Discophon, .
Connie Curtis Crayton (December 18, 1914 – June 25, 1985), known as Pee Wee Crayton, was an American R&B and blues guitarist and singer. Crayton was born in Rockdale, Texas. He began playing guitar seriously after moving to California in 1935, later settling in San Francisco. While there he absorbed the music of T-Bone Walker but developed his own unique approach. His aggressive playing contrasted with his smooth vocal style and was copied by many later blues guitarists.
Pee Wee Crayton: все альбомы, включая Highlights of Pee Wee Crayton, Essential Masters, The Telephone Is Ringing и другие. 50 Original Rhythm and Blues HiFi Hits, Volume 2. сборник. The Modern Records Blues Story. 150 Electric Blues Classics. Great Vocalists, Vol. 2: Blues. Blues And Soul Greats.
feat: Pee Wee Crayton. 21. Blues After Hours. feat: Pee Wee Crayton.
Central Avenue Blues (2:43) 14. Bounce Pee Wee (2:49) 15. Brand New Woman (2:45) 16. Thinkin' Of You (3:13) 1. This essential CD contains the bluesman’s eponymous first long play, "Pee Wee Crayton", in its entirety. Featured here is a magnificent mix of emotional blues, jump tunes, electrifying boogies, and soulful ballads.
Слушайте Pee Wee Crayton и скачивайте бесплатно в формате mp3 прямо сейчас, без кодов, смс и регистрации. If I Ever Get Lucky - Pee Wee Crayton. Blues in the Ghetto - Pee Wee Crayton. Poppa Stoppa - Pee Wee Crayton. You Know Yeah! - Pee Wee Crayton. Texas Hop - Pee Wee Crayton. Blues After Hours - Pee Wee Crayton. Huckle Boogie - Pee Wee Crayton. Please Come Back - Pee Wee Crayton. I Must Go On - Pee Wee Crayton.
Moreover, "Pee Wee" brought enough "heat" and daring innovation to his playing of which you can hear plenty of dazzling, marvelously imaginative guitar work and distinct vocals. A program of hard-swinging jump blues and smokey blues ballads, it was good stuff indeed. Crayton was in terrific form, and Rod Piazza & C. augmented by a crack horn section)were predictably right on the money. Sadly, Blind Pig records chose to replace several of the original release's more compelling numbers with inferior tracks cut just a few months before Crayton's 1985 death. On these instantly dated faux-funk numbers, Pee Wee's guitar and vocals are shaky, at best.