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Playlist of Frank Frost

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  • Scratch My Back - Frank Frost

    4:12

    Blues

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  • FRANK FROST AND BLUES BAND

    39:55

    FRANK OTIS FROST

    B. April 15, 1936 or 1938 - (Auvergne,
    Arkansas)
    D. October 12, 1999 - (Helena, Arkansas)

    Frost. Began his musical career at age 15, playing piano , St. Louis, where he became a guitarist at the age of 18, soon after he shot with Sonny Boy Williamson II for several years, which has helped teach him how to play with the Harmonica.
    Frost appeared in Deep Blues movies, and 'Crossroads'.

    1) Nothin' I Wouldn't Do For You
    2) Sweet Woman
    3) Pocket Full of Shells
    4) My Baby
    5) Ride With Your Daddy Tonight
    6) Repo Man Blues
    7) Pocket Full of Money
    8) Janie on My Mind
    9) Somebody Tell Me
    10) Deep Blues

    Frank Frost - Harmonica/vocals
    Fred James - Guitars
    Bob Kommersmith - Bass
    Waldo Latowsky - Drums/piano

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  • Frank Frost - My Back Scratcher

    2:41

    Jewel 1965

  • Frank Frost - Chicago Blues Festival Part 5

    5:33

    Frank Frost (vocal & harp) Dave Riley & Johnnie B. Moore (guitars), Willie Kent (bass) and Sam Carr (drums).

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  • Ry Cooder & Frank Frost - Cotton Needs Pickin

    2:57

  • Frank Frost Big Boss Man

    2:46

    I do not own the copyright to this recording so if it needs to be removed, I will remove it. This video is for educational purposes only

    Composed by Al Smith & Luther Dixon

    Frank Frost:Vocals, Harmonica & Guitar

    Jack Johnson:Guitar

    Sam Carr:Drums

    Recorded in Memphis, TN. April 7, 1962

    Originally issued on the 1962 album Frank Frost:Hey Boss Man! (Phillips) (LP)

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  • Frank Frost - Everythings Alright

    2:42

    -uploaded in HD at

  • Pretty Baby

    2:16

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Pretty Baby · Frank Frost

    Harpin' on It

    ℗ 1966 © Jewel Records™ a division of 43 North Broadway, LLC. WARNING: All Rights Reserved. Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws.

    Released on: 2006-11-17

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Frank Frost - Feel Good Babe

    2:26

    Yes, indeed.

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  • Frank Frost - Harpin On It

    3:02

  • Frank Frost With The Night Hawks - Lucky To Be Living

    3:41

    Frank Frost & the Night Hawks - Hey Boss Man! (1962)

    Although the atmospheric juke joint blues of Frank Frost remained steeped in unadulterated Delta funk throughout his career, his ongoing musical journey took him well outside his Mississippi home base. He moved to St. Louis in 1951, learning how to blow harp first from Little Willie Foster and then from the legendary Sonny Boy Williamson, who took him on the road -- as a guitar player -- from 1956 to 1959. Drummer Sam Carr, a longtime Frost ally, was also part of the equation, having enticed Frost to front his combo in 1954 before hooking up with Sonny Boy.
    Leaving Williamson's employ in 1959, Frost and Carr settled in Lula, Mississippi. Guitarist Jack Johnson came on board in 1962 after sitting in with the pair at the Savoy Theater in Clarksdale. The three meshed perfectly -- enough to interest Memphis producer Sam Phillips in a short-lived back-to-the-blues campaign that same year. Hey Boss Man!, issued on Sun's Phillips International subsidiary as by Frank Frost & the Night Hawks, was a wonderful collection of uncompromising Southern blues (albeit totally out of step with the marketplace at the time).
    Elvis Presley's ex-guitarist Scotty Moore produced Frost's next sessions in Nashville in 1966 for Jewel Records. Augmented by session bassist Chip Young, the trio's tight down-home ensemble work was once again seamless. My Back Scratcher, Frost's takeoff on Slim Harpo's Baby Scratch My Back, even dented the R&B charts on Shreveport-based Jewel for three weeks.
    Chicago blues fan Michael Frank sought out Frost in 1975. He located Frost, Johnson, and Carr playing inside Johnson's Clarksdale tavern, the Black Fox. Mesmerized by their sound, Frank soon formed his own record label, Earwig, to capture their raw, charismatic brand of blues. Released in 1979, Rockin' the Juke Joint Down, billed as by the Jelly Roll Kings (after one of the standout songs on that old Phillips International LP), showcased the trio's multifaceted approach -- echoes of R&B, soul, and even Johnny & the Hurricanes permeate their Delta-based attack.
    In the following years, Frost waxed an Earwig album (1988's Midnight Prowler) and appeared on Atlantic's 1992 Deep Blues soundtrack -- an acclaimed film that reinforced the fact that blues still thrives deep in its Southern birthplace. Frost returned in 1996 with Keep Yourself Together. He died from cardiac arrest October 12, 1999 at his home in Helena, Arkansas; he was 63.
    Source: Allmusic.com

  • Frank Frost and Sam Carr at King Biscuit II

    3:50

    Frank frost, in his one of his last live shows with Sam Carr at King Biscuit Blues Fest.

  • Frank Frost, The Blues Collection

    51:49

  • Frank Frost #hot16challenge2

    2:08

    ttps://

    Hot16challenge to wyzwanie polegające na nagraniu 16 wersów i nominowaniu kolejnych osób do akcji, które mają stworzyć swój kawałek w 172 godziny (to dla ciebie Łodi). Druga edycja legendarnej rapowanej akcji to nie tylko nagrywanie muzyki, ale również pomoc w walce z koronawirusem. Wraz z #hot16challenge2 ruszyła zbiórka - “Beef z koronawirusem #hot16challenge” dla Siepomaga.pl. Zarówno nominowani jak i fani mogą wpłacać pieniądze na pomoc pracownikom służby zdrowia w walce z Koronawirusem.

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    rap: Frank Frost
    video: Ujebana czapa productions
    beat: Youtube / Twoja stara

  • Frank Frost - Pocket Full of Money

    2:23

    From the album Deep Blues.

    Frank Frost (vocals, harmonica), Fred James (guitar), Bob Kommersmith (upright bass), Waldo LaTowsky (piano, drums).

    Recorded at Creative Workshop, Nashville, Tennessee on December 10-12, 1991.

  • Frank Frost ~ Hey Boss Man!

    16:13

    Frank Frost - Hey Boss Man! - Sun records

  • Frank Frost - Chicago Blues Festival Part 4

    3:43

    Frank Frost (vocal & harp), Dave Riley & Johnnie B. Moore (guitars), Willie Kent (bass) and Sam Carr (drums)

  • Frank Frost - So Tired Living By Myself

    3:02

    Frank Frost - So Tired Living By Myself.

    If you liked it, I suggest you to buy his albums.
    Copyrights:
    - This video is exclusively for public information and entertainment only.
    - I don't derive any profit from this video.
    - The copyrights of the audio content, belong exclusively to the artist creator and to those who represent him.
    - If someone from the aforementioned wants this video to be removed, please contact me via a simple email and I will remove this video.
    Thanks.

  • Frank Frost Didnt Mean No Harm

    4:06

    Didn't Mean No Harm


    • Drums – Sam Carr
    • Guitar – Jack Johnson
    • Vocals, Guitar – Frank Frost

  • Frank Frost Ride With Your Daddy Tonight

    2:44

    Ride With Your Daddy Tonight



    • Drums – Sam Carr
    • Guitar – Jack Johnson
    • Vocals, Guitar – Frank Frost

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  • So Long Frank Frost

    6:03

    Provided to YouTube by Music Video Distributors Inc.

    So Long Frank Frost · Big Jack Johnson & The Oilers

    Roots Stew

    ℗ M.C. Records

    Released on: 2000-01-01

    Artist: Big Jack Johnson & The Oilers

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Frank Frost - Ride With Your Daddy Tonight

    3:30

    Blues machín para bajarles los calzones.

  • Janie on My Mind

    3:22

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Janie on My Mind · Frank Frost

    Frank Frost

    ℗ 2015 © 43 North Broadway, LLC. Originally Released 1973 © Jewel Records™ WARNING: All Rights Reserved. Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws.

    Released on: 1973-12-30

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Frank Frost Harpin On It

    3:05

    Harpin' On It


    • Drums – Sam Carr
    • Guitar – Jack Johnson
    • Vocals, Guitar – Frank Frost

  • FRANK FROST & THE NIGHT HAWKS - CRAWLBACK - JELLY ROLL KING - PH INT 3578

    4:36

    FRANK FROST - CRAWLBACK - JELLY ROLL KING - PH. INT. 3578

  • Frank Frost With The Nighthawks Big Boss Man

    2:49

    Big Boss Man (Luther Dixon/Al Smith)

    • Drums – Sam Carr
    • Guitar – Jack Johnson
    • Vocals, Harmonica, Guitar – Frank Frost

  • Pocket Full of Money

    2:22

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Pocket Full of Money · Frank Frost

    Frank Frost

    ℗ 2015 © 43 North Broadway, LLC. Originally Released 1973 © Jewel Records™ WARNING: All Rights Reserved. Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws.

    Released on: 1973-12-30

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Frank Frost - Harpin On It

    3:00

    Frank Frost - Harpin' On It.

    If you liked it, I suggest you to buy his albums.
    Copyrights:
    - This video is exclusively for public information and entertainment only.
    - I don't derive any profit from this video.
    - The copyrights of the audio content, belong exclusively to the artist creator and to those who represent him.
    - If someone from the aforementioned wants this video to be removed, please contact me via a simple email and I will remove this video.
    Thanks.

  • FRANK FROST WITH THE NIGHTHAWKS

    6:21

    FRANK FROST WITH THE NIGHTHAWKS



    Frost. Began his musical career at age 15, playing piano , St. Louis, where he became a guitarist at the age of 18, soon after he shot with Sonny Boy Williamson II for several years, which has helped teach him how to play with the Harmonica.
    Frost appeared in Deep Blues movies, and 'Crossroads'.

    FRANK OTIS FROST

    B. April 15, 1936 or 1938 - (Auvergne,
    Arkansas)
    D. October 12, 1999 - (Helena, Arkansas)

    1. Now What You Gonna Do

    Frank Frost (voc/hca/gt/)
    Jack Johnson (gt)
    Sam Carr (dm)
    Memphis, 1962

    2. Harp and Soul

    Frank Frost (voc/hca/gt/p)
    Oscar Williams (hca)
    Jack Johnson (gt)
    Chip Young (b)
    S. Carr (dm)
    Nashville, 1966

  • Frank Frost With The Night Hawks - Now What You Gonna Do

    2:45

    Frank Frost & the Night Hawks - Hey Boss Man! (1962)

    Although the atmospheric juke joint blues of Frank Frost remained steeped in unadulterated Delta funk throughout his career, his ongoing musical journey took him well outside his Mississippi home base. He moved to St. Louis in 1951, learning how to blow harp first from Little Willie Foster and then from the legendary Sonny Boy Williamson, who took him on the road -- as a guitar player -- from 1956 to 1959. Drummer Sam Carr, a longtime Frost ally, was also part of the equation, having enticed Frost to front his combo in 1954 before hooking up with Sonny Boy.
    Leaving Williamson's employ in 1959, Frost and Carr settled in Lula, Mississippi. Guitarist Jack Johnson came on board in 1962 after sitting in with the pair at the Savoy Theater in Clarksdale. The three meshed perfectly -- enough to interest Memphis producer Sam Phillips in a short-lived back-to-the-blues campaign that same year. Hey Boss Man!, issued on Sun's Phillips International subsidiary as by Frank Frost & the Night Hawks, was a wonderful collection of uncompromising Southern blues (albeit totally out of step with the marketplace at the time).
    Elvis Presley's ex-guitarist Scotty Moore produced Frost's next sessions in Nashville in 1966 for Jewel Records. Augmented by session bassist Chip Young, the trio's tight down-home ensemble work was once again seamless. My Back Scratcher, Frost's takeoff on Slim Harpo's Baby Scratch My Back, even dented the R&B charts on Shreveport-based Jewel for three weeks.
    Chicago blues fan Michael Frank sought out Frost in 1975. He located Frost, Johnson, and Carr playing inside Johnson's Clarksdale tavern, the Black Fox. Mesmerized by their sound, Frank soon formed his own record label, Earwig, to capture their raw, charismatic brand of blues. Released in 1979, Rockin' the Juke Joint Down, billed as by the Jelly Roll Kings (after one of the standout songs on that old Phillips International LP), showcased the trio's multifaceted approach -- echoes of R&B, soul, and even Johnny & the Hurricanes permeate their Delta-based attack.
    In the following years, Frost waxed an Earwig album (1988's Midnight Prowler) and appeared on Atlantic's 1992 Deep Blues soundtrack -- an acclaimed film that reinforced the fact that blues still thrives deep in its Southern birthplace. Frost returned in 1996 with Keep Yourself Together. He died from cardiac arrest October 12, 1999 at his home in Helena, Arkansas; he was 63.
    Source: Allmusic.com

  • FRANK FROST - JANIE ON MY MIND

    3:26

  • Frank Frost With The Night Hawks - Gonna Make You Mine

    2:28

    Frank Frost & the Night Hawks - Hey Boss Man! (1962)

    Although the atmospheric juke joint blues of Frank Frost remained steeped in unadulterated Delta funk throughout his career, his ongoing musical journey took him well outside his Mississippi home base. He moved to St. Louis in 1951, learning how to blow harp first from Little Willie Foster and then from the legendary Sonny Boy Williamson, who took him on the road -- as a guitar player -- from 1956 to 1959. Drummer Sam Carr, a longtime Frost ally, was also part of the equation, having enticed Frost to front his combo in 1954 before hooking up with Sonny Boy.
    Leaving Williamson's employ in 1959, Frost and Carr settled in Lula, Mississippi. Guitarist Jack Johnson came on board in 1962 after sitting in with the pair at the Savoy Theater in Clarksdale. The three meshed perfectly -- enough to interest Memphis producer Sam Phillips in a short-lived back-to-the-blues campaign that same year. Hey Boss Man!, issued on Sun's Phillips International subsidiary as by Frank Frost & the Night Hawks, was a wonderful collection of uncompromising Southern blues (albeit totally out of step with the marketplace at the time).
    Elvis Presley's ex-guitarist Scotty Moore produced Frost's next sessions in Nashville in 1966 for Jewel Records. Augmented by session bassist Chip Young, the trio's tight down-home ensemble work was once again seamless. My Back Scratcher, Frost's takeoff on Slim Harpo's Baby Scratch My Back, even dented the R&B charts on Shreveport-based Jewel for three weeks.
    Chicago blues fan Michael Frank sought out Frost in 1975. He located Frost, Johnson, and Carr playing inside Johnson's Clarksdale tavern, the Black Fox. Mesmerized by their sound, Frank soon formed his own record label, Earwig, to capture their raw, charismatic brand of blues. Released in 1979, Rockin' the Juke Joint Down, billed as by the Jelly Roll Kings (after one of the standout songs on that old Phillips International LP), showcased the trio's multifaceted approach -- echoes of R&B, soul, and even Johnny & the Hurricanes permeate their Delta-based attack.
    In the following years, Frost waxed an Earwig album (1988's Midnight Prowler) and appeared on Atlantic's 1992 Deep Blues soundtrack -- an acclaimed film that reinforced the fact that blues still thrives deep in its Southern birthplace. Frost returned in 1996 with Keep Yourself Together. He died from cardiac arrest October 12, 1999 at his home in Helena, Arkansas; he was 63.
    Source: Allmusic.com

  • Frank Frost and Sam Carr at King Biscuit I

    5:05

    The delta blues legends live.

  • FRANK FROST with SAM CARR - You Took All My Dough

    2:52

    From CD The Jelly Roll KIngs 1999 [HMG ‎– HMG 1006]
    Drums – Sam Carr , Guitar, Bass, Producer – Fred James , Vocals, Harmonica – Frank Frost

  • THE JELLY ROLL KINGS - Frank Frost Blues

    4:16

    From LP '' Off Yonder Wall '' 1997 [Fat Possum Records ‎– 80310-1, USA]
    Vocals, Harmonica, Keyboards – Frank Frost
    Vocals, Guitar – Big Jack Johnson
    Drums – Sam Carr

  • Frank Frost With The Nighthawks Everythings Alright

    2:48

    Everything's Alright

    • Drums – Sam Carr
    • Guitar – Jack Johnson
    • Vocals, Harmonica, Guitar – Frank Frost

  • FRANK FROST - Didnt Mean No Harm

    4:00

    From LP ''Frank Frost'' 1973

  • FRANK FROST with SAM CARR - Lets Go Out Tonight

    3:03

    From CD The Jelly Roll KIngs 1999 [HMG ‎– HMG 1006]
    Drums – Sam Carr , Guitar, Bass, Producer – Fred James , Vocals, Harmonica – Frank Frost

  • Frank Frost & Richard Ray Farrell - Big Leg Woman

    3:20

    Bellinzona, Switzerland 1992.

  • Frank Frost 80th Birthday Piano Performance Excerpts

    4:42

    These are some musical excerpts from Frank Frost, the great Renaissance Man, History Professor, Classicist, Jazz Pianist, Chef, Political Philosopher, etc., at party at Soho in Santa Barbara celebrating his 80th Birthday. Enjoy!

  • Frank Frost & Richard Ray Farrell - Rock Me Baby

    4:04

    Bellinzona, Switzerland 1992.

  • PI/Sun Now What You Gonna Do Frank Frost with The Night Hawks

    2:42

    STUDIO SESSION FOR FRANK FROST WITH THE NIGHT HAWKS
    FOR SUN RECORDS 1962

    SAM PHILLIPS RECORDING STUDIO
    639 MADISON AVENUE, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE
    SUN SESSION: THURSDAY APRIL 10, 1962
    (SESSION DATE ACCORDING TO LP CR 30106)
    SESSION HOURS: UNKNOWN
    PRODUCER AND RECORDING ENGINEER – SAM C. PHILLIPS

    ''NOW WHAT YOU GONNA DO'' - B.M.I. - 2:41
    Composer: - Frank Frost
    Publisher: - Hi-Lo Music Incorporated
    Matrix number: - PH 161
    Recorded: - April 10, 1962
    Released: - June 1962
    First appearance: - Phillips International (LP) 33rpm PI PILP 1975-B-4 mono
    FRANK FROST WITH THE NIGHT HAWKS - HEY BOSS MAN
    Reissued: - 2012 Bear Family Records (LP) 33rpm BAF 18010 mono
    FRANK FROST WITH THE NIGHT HAWKS - HEY BOSS MAN

    Name (Or. No. Of Instruments)
    Frank Frost - Vocal, Guitar & Harmonica
    The Night Hawks consisting of
    Jack Johnson - Guitar
    Sam Carr - Drums

    © - 706 UNION AVENUE SESSIONS - ©

  • Frank Frost With The Nighthawks Baby Youre So Kind

    2:57

    Baby You're So Kind



    • Drums – Sam Carr
    • Guitar – Jack Johnson
    • Vocals, Harmonica, Guitar – Frank Frost

  • FRANK FROST - My back scratcher

    2:40

    PILOTEREC Popcorn Top Tune
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    Disclaimer: This was recorded off of my own personal 7 record. I do not claim rights or ownership to any of the copyrighted material used in this video. All rights belong to their respective owners. I own a legal copy of this product and support the official release. This video only serves to promote the original author(s) and artist(s) and their content.

  • Frank Frost and Richard Ray Farrell - Sometimes I Wonder

    3:33

    Bellinzona, Switzerland 1992.

  • Frank Frost - Just come on home

    1:58

    blues

  • FRANK FROST - Feel Good Babe

    2:25

    From LP (Compilation) '' Ride With Your Daddy Tonight '' 1985 [Charly R&B ‎– CRB 1103, UK]
    Rhythm Guitar, Harmonica,Vocals – Frank Frost
    Harmonica, Vocals – Arthur Oscar Williams
    Guitar – Big Jack Johnson
    Bass – Chip Young
    Drums – Sam Carr

  • RAW BLUES TV PRESENT 7 JIMMY ROGERS, FRANK FROST & YARDOG JONES

    2:6:46

    REAL BLUES

  • FRANK FROST with SAM CARR - Its Cold Outdoors

    4:08

    From CD The Jelly Roll KIngs 1999 [HMG ‎– HMG 1006]
    Drums – Sam Carr , Guitar, Bass, Producer – Fred James , Vocals, Harmonica – Frank Frost

  • Frank Frost With The Nighthawks Jelly Roll King

    2:35

    Jelly Roll King

    • Drums – Sam Carr
    • Guitar – Roland Janes
    • Vocals, Harmonica, Guitar – Frank Frost

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