Curtis Jones - Now Resident In Europe FLAC album
Title: Now Resident In Europe
Style: Rhythm & Blues
FLAC version ZIP size: 1955 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1298 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1305 mb
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For the blues pianist, see Curtis Jones (pianist). For the footballer, see Curtis Jones (footballer). For the funk musician, see Slave (band). After DJing under both of his now infamous monikers, he released his first album, Constant Chaos, with Belgian Music label Music Man in 1999, which showed Green Velvet's style of house progress into styles similar to Prince and Kraftwerk, his spoken-word monologues also took a bizarre turn. In Abduction he spoke about little green men turning up while washing dishes. Initially Jones, as both Cajmere and Green Velvet, was receiving more attention in Europe than he did in the USA, playing a Radio One live session on the Jo Whiley show and playing a host of festivals.
Background information. 1906-08-18)August 18, 1906 Naples, United States. Jones's first full-length album appeared in 1960 on Bluesville, by which time he had become a noted performer on the Chicago folk music scene. A solo album was released in 1962, by which time Jones had moved to Europe. He lived there and in Morocco for the rest of his life One of Jones' songs, "Highway 51", was included on Bob Dylan's 1962 debut album, Bob Dylan. Jones died of heart failure in Munich in 1971, at the age of 6. .Now Resident in Europe (Blue Horizon, 1968). Blues and Trouble (Oldie Blues OL 2824, 1980).
Curtis Jones Vol. 4 1941-1953. 21 tracks · 31 December 1993. The Complete Blue Horizon Sessions. 21 tracks · 18 February 2008. Lonesome Bedroom Blues 1937-1941 (Blues Collection Historic Recordings). 25 tracks · 20 December 2006. Now Resident in Europe. Get Ya Groove On - Single.
from Naples, TX. Aug ust 18, 1906 - Sep tember 11, 1971 (age 65). Biography. The origins of the blues standard Tin Pan Alley can be traced directly back to pianist Curtis Jones, who also enjoyed considerable success in 1937 with his Lonesome Bedroom Blues for Vocalion (a song inspired by a breakup with his wife). Jones started out on guitar but switched to the 88s after moving to Dallas. He arrived in Chicago in 1936 and recorded for Vocalion, Bluebird, and OKeh from 1937 to 1941. Jones left Chicago permanently in January of 1962, settling in Europe and extensively touring the Continent until his 1971 death. CURTIS JONES - Goals & Skills Liverpool 2019. Curtis Jones vs PSG (H) 18/19. Curtis Jones - Saucy 2018.Americans in Europe Vol. 2 (Impulse!, 1963). In London (Decca, 1964).
Now Resident in Europe. Now Resident in Europe released. Curtis Jones was born.
Curtis Jones (pianist). Background information.
|A1||You Don't Have To Go||3:36|
|A2||I Want To Be Your Slave||4:55|
|A5||Please Believe Me||3:45|
|B1||Gee, Pretty Baby||4:05|
|B2||Let Your Hair Down||2:25|
|B4||Born In Naples, Texas||1:46|
|B5||Soul Brother Blues||3:00|
- Distributed By – Epic Records
- Record Company – CBS Inc.
- Recorded At – Tony Pike Studio
- Acoustic Bass – Brian Brocklehurst
- Design – Terrence Ibbott*
- Drums – Dougie Wright
- Engineer – Tony Pike
- Producer, Liner Notes – Mike Vernon
- Vocals, Piano, Guitar – Curtis Jones
NotesRecorded at Tony Pike Studios, London , July 2nd 1968
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped runout side A): XSB138981 1A
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped runout side B): XSB138982 1A
|7-63207, 7-63207||Curtis Jones||Now Resident In Europe (LP, Album, Mono)||Blue Horizon, Blue Horizon||7-63207, 7-63207||UK||1968|
|BHS 5505||Curtis Jones||Now Resident In Europe (LP, Album)||Blue Horizon||BHS 5505||1968|
|BH 7703||Curtis Jones||Now Resident In Europe (LP, Album)||Blue Horizon||BH 7703||Canada||1969|
|763207, S 763 207||Curtis Jones||Now Resident In Europe (LP, Album)||Blue Horizon, Blue Horizon||763207, S 763 207||Germany||1968|
|7-63207, S 7-63207||Curtis Jones||Now Resident In Europe (LP, Album)||Blue Horizon, Blue Horizon||7-63207, S 7-63207||UK||1968|