Jimmie Lee Robinson

Jimmie Lee Robinson - Remember Me (1998/2013) [DSD64 + Hi-Res FLAC]

Jimmie Lee Robinson - Remember Me (1998/2013)
DSD64 (.dsf) 1 bit/2,8 MHz | Time - 52:07 minutes | 1,44 GB
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/88,2 kHz | Time - 52:07 minutes | 1,03 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

Robinson sings in the powerful and sometimes piercing voice that inspired the Lonesome Lee sobriquet when he began recording for Bandera Records in the 1950s. Boot-stomping, spur-jangling highlights include a rousing performance of "Wait For Me", Jimmy Reed-inspired "Boss Man" and a spirited rendition of "Wagon Wheels". Remember Me, Robinson's first effort for the APO label and the first album recorded at Blue Heaven Studios, is an adventure deep into the blues of Mr. Robinson's Maxwell Street neighborhood, a neighborhood that has included residencies with musicians such as Little Walter, Howlin Wolf, Freddie King, Elmore James, Luther Tucker, Eddie Taylor, Magic Sam, Jimmy Reed, Shakey Jake, St. Louis Jimmy, Eddy Clearwater, Sunnyland Slim and more.

Jimmie Lee Robinson - All My Life (2001) [DSD64 + Hi-Res FLAC]  Vinyl & HR

Posted by HDV at April 2, 2017
Jimmie Lee Robinson - All My Life (2001) [DSD64 + Hi-Res FLAC]

Jimmie Lee Robinson - All My Life (2001)
DSD64 (.dsf) 1 bit/2,8 MHz | Time - 51:30 minutes | 1,43 GB
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/88,2 kHz | Time - 51:30 minutes | 1,02 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

Jimmie Lee Robinson was the consummate Chicago bluesman. In fact, he was more Chicago than most of his more famous peers. Unlike the vast majority of Chicago blues greats who were from the South (overwhelmingly from Mississippi) and were part of the Great Migration north to make their musical mark, Jimmie Lee was born in the Windy City, just blocks from the bustling Maxwell Street Market which would help shape not only his own musical style but the entire genre of postwar Chicago blues as well. With "All My Life", his second APO Records release, Jimmie Lee is aiming for goose bumps and tears. And if you've got appreciation for acoustic, front porch blues, you'll have a tough time escaping his spell.
Jimmie Lee Robinson - Down In Kansas (2000/2016) [DSD64 + Hi-Res FLAC]

Jimmie Lee Robinson - Down In Kansas (2000/2016)
DSD64 (.dsf) 1 bit/2,8 MHz | Time - 58:43 minutes | 1,6 GB
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/88,2 kHz | Time - 58:43 min | 1,06 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

Killer, killer blues - Jimmie Lee's first electric blues recording for APO Records! Features an all-star backing group of Wild Child Butler, Sam Lay, Bob Stroger and Jimmy D. Lane. Long sitting in the APO vaults, this gorgeous, live to 2-track, all-analog recording finally gets its time in the sun.
Jimmie Lee & James: Two Lives, Two Deaths, and the Movement that Changed America

Steve Fiffer, Adar Cohen, "Jimmie Lee & James: Two Lives, Two Deaths, and the Movement that Changed America"
English | ISBN: 1941393489 | 2015 | EPUB | 320 pages | 4,4 MB
Wild Child Butler - Sho' 'Nuff (2001) [Analogue Productions 2015] PS3 ISO + Hi-Res FLAC

George 'Wild Child' Butler - Sho' 'Nuff (2001) [APO Remaster 2015]
PS3 Rip | SACD ISO | DSD64 2.0 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 59:42 minutes | Scans NOT included | 1,8 GB
or FLAC(converted with foobar2000 to tracks) 24bit/88,2 kHz | Scans NOT included | 1,11 GB

George 'Wild Child' Butler is one of the last original, hard-workin' delta bluesmen. Although his career started not until the 1960s, the old times' tradition is still clearly heard on his music. You may call it blues, you may call it southern soul, you may even call it rock 'n' roll, but you just can't categorize him to any particular field. There's just one George Butler, and then there are the others.
VA - Chicago Blues Legends (1998) [Chicago Blues Session Vol. 17]

VA - Chicago Blues Legends (1998)
Blues | Flac (Tracks) | no Log, no Cue | Unknown ripper | MP3 CBR 320Kbps | 17 Tracks
Covers Included | Wolf Records | 120.863 CD | ~398 + 152 Mb | RS.com + Turbobit

Willie Jonson, Dave Myers, Floyd Jones, Mac Thompson, Detroit Junior, Jimmy Lee Robinson.

Rockin' Johnny Band - Straight Out Of Chicago (1998)  Music

Posted by countryfreak at Nov. 26, 2010
Rockin' Johnny Band - Straight Out Of Chicago (1998)

Rockin' Johnny Band - Straight Out Of Chicago (1998)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Image) + CUE + LOG | 449 MB | + Covers
Genre: Blues/Modern-Electric/Chicago Blues | Label: Delmark | Catalog Number: 720 | Release Date: Mar 24, 1998
RAR 5% Rec. | RS.com + FS.com

This CD features great postwar Blues guitar work from Rockin' Johnny, a young man who has spent most of his 20's slinging his Rickenbacker in juke joints around Chicago. This is 180 degrees away from the Stevie Ray Vaughn rocked-out pseudo-Blues. There is no Jimi Hendrix influence here. Johnny's guitar is clean, thoughtful, & melodic. He really makes that Rickenbacker talk. The three guest vocalists (Robert Plunkett, Tail Dragger & Sam Lay) are all west-side veterans who add a lot of flavor to this fantastic disc……
Smokey Robinson - Yes It's You Lady (1982/2016) [Official Digital Download 24bit/192kHz]

Smokey Robinson - Yes It's You Lady (1982/2016)
R&B, Soul/Funk, Electronic | FLAC (tracks), 24bit/192kHz | 37:46 Min | 1,63 Gb (incl 3%) | Front Cover
Label: Universal Motown | Tracks: 9 | Released: 2016 (1982)

"Yes It's You Lady" is a 1982 album by American singer Smokey Robinson. As 1981's Being with You it was produced by George Tobin in association with Mike Piccirillo and recorded and mixed at Studio Sound Recorders, North Hollywood, California. It was released on the Motown sub-label Tamla. The album was peaking at #33 in Billboard pop charts, and at #6 on the R&B charts. The two follow-up singles to 1981's chart success' "Being with you" were strangely no Robinson compositions: "Tell Me Tomorrow" peaked at #33 Billboard and #3 R&B charts, "Old Fashioned Love" at #60 Billboard and #17 R&B charts. The third and final single, Robinson's "Yes It's You Lady" only peaked at #107 Billboard, without entering the R&B charts.

John Lee Hooker - Boom Boom (1992)  Music

Posted by Designol at Feb. 13, 2017
John Lee Hooker - Boom Boom (1992)

John Lee Hooker - Boom Boom (1992)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 302 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 154 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Delta Blues, Electric Blues | Label: Pointblank/Virgin | # VPBCD 12, 0777 7 86553 2 9 | Time: 00:42:23

Produced by Hooker's slide guitarist Roy Rogers–who knows what's right for him–this is Hooker's best 1990s effort. Rogers guides him through arrangements that recapture his past glories ("Boom Boom," with guest Jimmie Vaughan), sets him up for a giddy jam with the late Telecaster master Albert Collins ("Boogie at Russian Hill"), and teams him with Charlie Musselwhite for the guitar-voice-harmonica duet "Thought I Heard"–a performance as sad and eerie as disembodied moans in a Delta graveyard. There's also Hooker's first recorded performance on National steel guitar, the solo "Hittin' the Bottle Again". This album gets right to the heart of Hooker's music and stays there. A blues-lover's delight.

Lee Southall - Iron In The Fire (2017)  Music

Posted by delpotro at April 22, 2017
Lee Southall - Iron In The Fire (2017)

Lee Southall - Iron In The Fire (2017)
MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 00:43:33 | 101 Mb
Folk Rock | Label: WONDERFULSOUND

If you've been wondering what's been keeping Lee Southall busy all this time, you're about to find out. On Iron In The Fire, the former The Coral guitarist brings the outside world in through quality songmanship - showing that whichever paths our lives may take, our exposure to the elements will remain the same. Taking an alternative path to each of his Coral cohorts, when the group disbanded in 2012, Lee left behind his native seaside town of Hoylake on the Wirral, and moved 75 miles inland to the 'tops' of Hebden Bridge. In search of a fresh start, the dramatic wind-beaten and changeable landscape gave Lee time and space to craft Iron In The Fire but equally, it lingers like the taste of the salty air hanging above the coast. 'I've lived by the sea and watched weather roll in, but it's the same in Hebden, watching storms roll over the moors,' Lee says. 'The place is changing all the time and sometimes looks a bit chocolate box, village of the year, but when the tourists are gone it can feel like the set of a 1970s BBC folk horror - a bit Wicker Man.'