Been Gone Too Long

Been Gone Too Long

produced by Bruce Bromberg, 1941- and Dennis Walker; performed by Lonesome Sundown, 1928-1995, Phillip Walker, 1937-, Dennis Walker and Franchot Blake (Hightone Records, 1991), 38 mins, 11 page(s)

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Field of Interest
American Music
Content Type
Music recording
Duration
38 mins
Recording Engineer
Bill Dashiell
Format
Audio
Sub Genre
African American Music, New Orleans Rhythm & Blues
Label
Hightone Records
Page Count
11
Performer
Lonesome Sundown, 1928-1995, Phillip Walker, 1937-, Dennis Walker, Franchot Blake
Producer
Bruce Bromberg, 1941-, Dennis Walker
Date Recorded
1977
Release Date
1991
Review
The Louisiana blues vet's 1977 comeback album was a well-done affair, capturing some of the flavor of his '50s material (but with a modern edge). Producers Bruce Bromberg and Dennis Walker (who doubled on bass) recruited guitarist Phillip Walker, a longtime Sundown cohort, to handle some of the fret load, and the predominantly original songlist was worthy of Sundown's lowdown sound. ~ Bill Dahl, All Music Guide
Subject
American Music, Music & Performing Arts, American Studies, Rhythm & Blues, Rhythm & Blues
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Rhythm & Blues

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