Hunter Ivory Joe- The KING Sides
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Hunter Ivory Joe- The KING Sides
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Price: $15.00
Ivory Joe Hunter (his real name) was one of the first R&B artist to sell equally well to whites and blacks. His smooth vocal style often brings to mind another black artist who sold to a crossover audience in the 1940s and 1950s, Nat "King" Cole. The tracks compiled for this collection include those recorded at his first session for King (September, 1947) through his last (August, 1949). After leaving King, Hunter recorded for MGM, Atlantic and a handful of smaller labels between 1950 and the late 1960s. In the early 1970's, Hunter signed with Columbia's Epic subsidiary to pursue his interest in country & western music. 1. San Francisco Blues 2. I Was Only Playin' 3. Don't Be No Fool, Fool 4. Come On Let Your Hair Down 5. All States Boogie 6. The Code Song 7. She's Gone Blues 8. No Money, No Luck Blues 9. Woo Wee Blues 10. Landlord Blues 11. Old Gal And New Gal Blues 12. Don't Know 13. I Like It 14. False Friend Blues 15. Send Me Pretty Mama 16. What Did You Do To Me 17. Stop Rockin' That Train 18. Siesta With Sonny 19. That's The Gal For Me 20. Changing Blues 21. Too Late 22. I Got Your Water On 23. I Quit My Pretty Mama 24. Lying Woman Blues 25. I Have No Reason To Complain