Hopkins, Lightnin' / Brownie McGhee / Sonny Terry

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Hopkins, Lightnin' / Brownie McGhee / Sonny Terry - First Meetin' First Meetin'
Blues Used - LP ST 1817 World Pacific
Stereo In Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
Hopkins, Lightnin' / Brownie McGhee / Sonny Terry - Coffee House Blues Coffee House Blues
Blues New - LP VJS 1138 Vee Jay
Sealed 1965 Heavy Vinyl Stereo Original.... more details
 
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First Meetin' Of Blues Giants
Blues Audiophile - LP DOY 670 Doxy
Sealed 2012 2LP 180gm Vinyl. "This 1960 Studio Session Commemorates A Rare Moment In Blues History. With The Help Of The Ubiquitous Lomax Family, Pacific World Records Managed To Get Four Giants Of The Blues — Lightnin' Hopkins, Brownie Mcghee, Sonny Terry, And Big Joe Williams — Together In-Studio For This Informal Jam Session On July 6, 1960. Eight Years Prior, Mcghee Had Even Written A "Challenge" Song Called "A Letter To Lightnin' Hopkins," To Which Lightnin' Had The Chance To Respond For The First Time Here In This Entirely Improvised "Answer Song" Called "First Meetin'." In Fact, Most Of The Songs On This Album, Like "Wimmin From Coast To Coast" And "Ain't Nothin' Like Whisky," Are Recorded In A Rare Call-And-Answer Format Between Lightnin', Brownie, And Big Joe. In Addition, Side D Features A Live Recording Of Lightnin' Hopkins Playing The Legendary Ash Grove Folk Club In L.A. The Following Night (July 7, 1960). Pure Unrehearsed Genius. These Men Were Not Mere Blues Players, They Were Mediums For The Divine."... more details
 
Hopkins, Lightnin' / Brownie McGhee / Sonny Terry - First Meetin' Of Blues Giants First Meetin' Of Blues Giants
Blues Audiophile - LP DOY 670 Doxy
Sealed 2012 2LP 180gm Vinyl. "This 1960 Studio Session Commemorates A Rare Moment In Blues History. With The Help Of The Ubiquitous Lomax Family, Pacific World Records Managed To Get Four Giants Of The Blues — Lightnin' Hopkins, Brownie McGhee, Sonny Terry, And Big Joe Williams — Together In-Studio For This Informal Jam Session On July 6, 1960. Eight Years Prior, Mcghee Had Even Written A "Challenge" Song Called "A Letter To Lightnin' Hopkins," To Which Lightnin' Had The Chance To Respond For The First Time Here In This Entirely Improvised "Answer Song" Called "First Meetin'." In Fact, Most Of The Songs On This Album, Like "Wimmin From Coast To Coast" And "Ain't Nothin' Like Whisky," Are Recorded In A Rare Call-And-Answer Format Between Lightnin', Brownie, And Big Joe. In Addition, Side D Features A Live Recording Of Lightnin' Hopkins Playing The Legendary Ash Grove Folk Club In L.A. The Following Night (July 7, 1960). Pure Unrehearsed Genius. These Men Were Not Mere Blues Players, They Were Mediums For The Divine."... more details
 

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