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28-02-2014, 16:31
Music | Blues | Rock

Jr Johnny & The Playboys - Extreme (2014)

Artist: Jr Johnny & The Playboys
Title Of Album: Extreme
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Bohemian
Genre: Harmonica Blues, Rockin' Blues
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 39:26
Total Size: 93 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Highway Melodies (3:21)
02. A New Hello (3:07)
03. Rock And Roll (With You) (3:17)
04. My Car (Is You) (2:46)
05. Love Me Tonight (3:10)
06. High Rise Blues (3:13)
07. Nasty (2:23)
08. I Wanna Go (2:54)
09. Total Bliss (3:46)
10. She (3:11)
11. When We Get Home (3:57)
12. Greenwich Village Nights (4:15)

The Extreme Musicians:
Jr. Johnny: harmonicas and vocals
Mark Korpi – Lead Guitar, Slide Guitar Mark has played with Gary Primich, Brewer Phillips, and his own band Space Coast Playboys, and many more.
Stephen Minnich - Rhythm Guitar Stephen has played with the Mixed Generation, Jim Coyle Band, Sun Mountain Fiddler, and many more.
Bill Singletary – Bass Bill has played with Luther Tucker, Pine Top Perkins, the Dynatones, and many more.
Walter Shufflesworth – Drums Walter has played with Big Walter Horton, Johnny Littlejohn, Charlie Musselwhite, Elvin Bishop, Lowell Fulson, as well as his own band The Dynatones, and so many others!
Kenny B3 Clarke – Organ Kenny has played with Steve Thorpe Blues Orchestra, Big Bill Morganfield, Lowell Fulson, and many more.

So how did Jr. Johnny, the New York City bred grandson of polka playing Bohemian gypsies, end up devoting his life to Chicago-style blues? Like his playing, Junior Johnny's answer is both delightfully tempestuous and effortlessly profound. "When I heard Muddy Waters, I just freaked out!" he exclaims. After honing his craft in several early '60s teenage garage bands (actually "apartment bands," the neighbor-annoying NYC equivalent), Johnny was drafted and served as a combat MP in Vietnam. When his tour of duty ended, he moved to San Francisco and was soon making a name for himself with now-legendary blues men like Mike Bloomfield and Jimmy Witherspoon. Subsequently, Junior got his dream gig performing alongside the man who would christen him "Jr. Johnny": the great John Lee Hooker. "Hooker said he wanted me to have a nickname and just gave me one on the spot," Junior explains. "It stuck."

When the twin responsibilities of family and higher education forced him to give up life on the road, Junior Johnny began a series of wildly divergent professions that later gave him grist for his highly descriptive songwriting. "I've been everything from a union carpenter to a winemaster, "he says, "but I just wanna be out there playing!" Junior is currently busy promoting his Extreme CD while readying material for his next release, due out January, 2015. As of this date, Junior has written 190 original songs.

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