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Little Juniors Blue Flames - Mystery Train / Love My Baby (Shellac)

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  1. – Little Junior's Blue Flames: Love My Baby: – Rosco Gordon: Just A Little Bit: – James Cotton: Hold Me In Your Arms: – Memphis Slim: The Come Back: – Doctor Ross: Chicago Breakdown: – Bessie Smith: Careless Love Blues: – Aretha Franklin: Today I Sing The Blues: – Jackie Brenston: Much Later: 3.
  2. Mar 06,  · The band was listed on the label as Little Junior's Blue Flames. "Mystery Train" and "Love My Baby" were released late in on Sun #, and from the beginning the sound and feel of "Train" gave Parker his first taste of fame and name recognition.".
  3. Little Junior's Blue Flames Mystery Train. Love My Baby. Label: Sun Repro. Catalogue: RnB. Format: 7 inch vinyl. Price: £ Condition: Mint. Comes in Sun Repro Sleeve. Herman "Junior" Parker (March 27, – November 18, ) was an American Memphis blues singer and musician. He is best remembered for his voice which has been.
  4. Mystery Train This song is by Little Junior's Blue Flames and appears on the compilation The Sun Records Collection () and on the compilation Night Train: Classic Railroad Songs, Volume 3 .
  5. Herman "Junior" Parker (March 27, – November 18, ) was an American Memphis blues singer and musician. He is best remembered for his voice which has been described as "honeyed" and "velvet-smooth". One music journalist noted, "For years Junior Parker deserted downhome harmonica blues for uptown blues-soul music". In , he was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame.
  6. LOVE MY BABY (Junior Parker, Sam Phillips) LITTLE JUNIOR'S BLUE FLAMES (SUN , ) Love my baby, keeps her business to herself Love my baby, keeps her business to herself Well, her friends all know it Don't need nobody else Big fat mama, meat shakes on the bone Big fat mama, meat shakes on the bone My baby wants me to moan and groan Sweet.
  7. Mystery Train Lyrics: Train I ride, sixteen coaches long / Train I ride, sixteen coaches long / Well that long black train carried my baby from home / Train train, coming on 'round the bend / Train.
  8. "Mystery Train", the original version of the song later very famously covered by Elvis Presley, was recorded on 5 August by Little Junior's Blue Flames consisting of Herman "Little Junior" Parker (vocal), [probably] Raymond Hill [or] James Wheeler (tenor saxophone), Floyd Murphy (guitar), William "Struction" Johnson (piano), Kenneth Banks (bass) and John Bowers (drums).

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