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9 thoughts on “ Judgment Day - John Hammond* - So Many Roads (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. The album was released on Atlantic in , number This is the original release of the album and it is a white label promotional release. John Hammond – I Can Tell – Blues Rock-Chicago Blues Vinyl LP – WLP Mono | eBay.
  2. John Hammond: So Many Roads - Down In The Bottom (Willie Dixon) @ youtube (full album) - Long Distance Call (Muddy Waters) - Who Do You Love (E. McDaniels) - I Want You To Love Me (Muddy Waters) - Judgment Day (Robert Johnson/additional lyrics by John Hammond) - So Many Roads, So Many Trains (words and music by Marshall Paul).
  3. Judgment Day Lyrics By [Additional] – John Hammond* Written-By – Robert Johnson: A6: So Many Roads, So Many Trains Written-By – Marshall Paul: B1: Rambling Blues Written-By – Robert Johnson: B2: O Yea! Written-By – E. McDaniels* B3: You Can't Judge A Book By The Cover Written-By – Willie Dixon: B4 /5(14).
  4. Nov 05,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Judgment Day · John Hammond So Many Roads ℗ Vanguard Records, a Welk Music Group Company Released on:
  5. So Many Roads may refer to: So Many Roads, a album by John P. Hammond; So Many Roads, a album by Otis Rush; So Many Roads (–), a compilation album by The Grateful Dead; So Many Roads: Live in Europe, a live album by Neal Morse."So Many Roads", a song from album What We Made by Example.
  6. John Hammond: So Many Roads One of young Hammond's better early albums Bill Dahl, All-Music Guide John Hammond jr., son of the legendary Columbia Records A&R man who had signed Billie Holliday, Aretha Franklin and Bob Dylan, met the Hawks in Toronto in and was astonished by the perfection with which these young men played rhythm and blues.
  7. May 05,  · So Many Roads, an Album by John Hammond. Released in on Vanguard (catalog no. VSD; Vinyl LP). Genres: Blues, Blues Rock. Featured peformers: John Hammond (vocals, guitar), Charlie Musselwhite (harmonica), Robbie Robertson (guitar), Levon Helm (drums), Mike Bloomfield (piano), Jimmy Lewis (bass), Garth Hudson (Hammond organ)/5(1).
  8. This item: So Many Roads by John Hammond Audio CD £ Judgment Day. Judgment Day. Listen Now Buy: £ 6. I bought the lp of So Many Roads in or 66 and still get back to this great recording, for me it is the best electric blues album of all time, first the guitar playing of Robbie Robertson is absolutely incredebile /5(24).

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