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Playlist of JOHN CAMPBELL

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    John Campbell - Aint Afraid of Midnight

    5:50

    Live from Milano. Italy 1993.

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    JOHN CAMPBELL - PERSON TO PERSON

    8:21

    Live from Milano, Italy. march31th,1993. John Campbell vocal and National Steel Guitar 1934.
    Zonder Kennedy: guitar
    Robert Medici: drums
    Jimmy Pettit: bass

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    John Campbell, Louisiana Blues

    6:01

    Great version of a Muddy Waters classic, performed in 1986 by Johnny Slim Campbell, one of the greatest Bluesmen to come out Shreveport, Louisiana!

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    The Hobbit - Misty Mountains

    4:07

    Provided to YouTube by Believe SAS

    The Hobbit - Misty Mountains · John Campbell

    El Mundo En Chelo Instrumental Vol 3

    ℗ Star Music

    Released on: 2018-04-17

    Composer: S. Samuels

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    JOHN CAMPBELL - Saddle Up My Pony

    7:31

    John Campbell doing 'saddle up my pony' .. Playing his 1934 National Steel Guitar and wearing his unique Deerskin Jacket - made by Rusty Dorr... Recorded March 1993, Italy

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    John Campbell, Crossroads Blues

    5:32

    Johnny Slim Campbell performs the Crossroads Blues in the late 80's on a 1934 National Steel guitar. Great slide work by one of the best bluesmen I ever met.

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    John Campbell - Wild Streak

    5:11

    Lyrics and music are the script. And that's the video clip for this song, through my eyes and, naturally, the means at my disposal.


    From the album: One Believer 1991.

    Wild Streak.

    My Baby's got a wild streak,
    She loves a midnight ride.
    My Baby's got a wild streak,
    She loves a midnight ride.
    She likes to cruise the city,
    On the back street nasty side.


    The moon's peepin up on the east side,
    My baby's stepping into her gown,
    It's short at the top and the bottom,
    It's magic when she stoops down.
    She ain't afraid of no alley,
    She's too cool to be scared,
    Streetlight shines off her earrings,
    She got a razor hid up in her hair.


    Park my Harley on a side street,
    Wait for her in the dark,
    When she turns the corner struttin',
    Every dog in the alley starts to bark.

    Written-By – Dennis Walker, John Campbell.

    Companies, etc.
    • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Elektra Entertainment
    • Copyright (c) – Elektra Entertainment
    • Made By – Warner Music Manufacturing Europe
    • Recorded At – Fantasy Studios
    • Overdubbed At – Sunnyside Studios
    • Mixed At – Bill Schnee Studios
    • Mastered At – The Mastering Lab

    Credits
    • Bass – Jimmy Pettit (tracks: 4, 8, 9), Richard Cousins (tracks: 1, 2, 5 to 7, 10)
    • Design – Manhattan Design
    • Drums – Davis McLarty (tracks: 4, 8, 9), Lee Spath (tracks: 1 to 3, 5 to 7, 10)
    • Engineer – Bill Dashiell
    • Engineer [Additional Engineering] – John Carter, Phil Shenale*
    • Engineer [Basic Tracks] – Neill King (tracks: 4, 8, 9)
    • Guitar – Gary Nicholson (tracks: 4, 8, 9)
    • Guitar, Vocals – John Campbell
    • Keyboards – Jimmy Pugh (tracks: 1 to 3, 5 to 7, 10)
    • Mastered By – Doug Sax
    • Mixed By – Bill Schnee
    • Percussion – Brad Dutz (tracks: 3, 7, 9), Lee Spath (tracks: 3, 7, 9)
    • Photography By – Marion Ettlinger
    • Producer – Dennis Walker, Peter Lubin
    • Recorded By [Recording Assistants] – Chris Rich (2), Fidel Bell, Neill King, Tim Lauber
    • Slide Guitar – John Campbell (tracks: 4, 8, 9)

    I do not have the rights for the music, videos and photos. I just make the job for another view of this great song.
    I hope to enjoy with this!

    (In ancient Greek “onos” meaning donkey.)

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    JOHN CAMPBELL - Live in Milano, Italy

    50:57

    Dedicated to the memory of John Campbell (1952-1993), one of the greatest blues musicians back in the 80's and 90's. This 1993 Italian TV show allows us to enjoy interview excerpts and one of his last stage performances. Tracklist:

    0:00 John demos guitar styles
    1:38 Ain't Afraid of Midnight
    8:28 Interview, Part 1: 'Howlin' Mercy'
    11:10 Person to Person
    20:41 Interview, Part 2: 1934 National Steel Guitar
    23:31 Saddle Up My Pony
    30:52 Interview, Part 3: Definition of the Blues
    35:18 Down in the Hole
    41:04 Interview, Part 4: Album Cover
    42:38 When the Levee Breaks
    49:39 Interview, Part 5: Situation

    John Campbell: guitar & vocals
    Zonder Kennedy: guitar
    Jimmy Pettit: bass
    Robert Medici: drums

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    Wiseblood - John Campbell

    5:17

    Wiseblood by John Campbell (Howlin Mercy)

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    John Campbell - Take Me Down

    6:46

    John Campbell - Take Me Down
    From the album:One Believer 1991 - uploaded via

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    Groove - The No Treble Podcast | Episode #9: John Campbell

    30:57

    In this episode of Groove – The No Treble Podcast, we talk with Lamb of God bassist John Campbell. Enjoy the conversation:

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    Between Two Lilies with Lamb Of Gods John Campbell at Bloodstock 2013

    2:55

    Roadrunner caught up with Lamb Of God bassist John Campbell just before the band made their triumphant return to the UK as headliners at Bloodstock Festival 2013!

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    John Campbell One Believer

    5:35

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    John Campbell - Hoodoo Man Blues

    4:17

    Live 1986

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    John Campbell - Shake em on down

    4:05

    An unreleased John Campbell song from 1979 Austin Sessions from Austin Texas!Enjoy!!

    I do not own anything

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    John Campbell, Sunnyland Blues

    4:53

    John Campbell performs in his own inimitable style a classic blues song...from 1986 in North Louisiana.

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    John Campbell - Couldnt Do Nothin

    6:47

    Baden-Baden, Germany. 1993. Zonden Kennedy (guitar), Jimmy Pettit (bass), Davis McLarty (drums).

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    JOHN CAMPBELL-bad night blues.wmv

    4:15

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    John Campbell, Boom Boom Boom

    4:05

    1986 performance of a John Lee Hooker classic by a true legend of the blues, Johnny Slim Campbell.

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    John Campbell - Bad Romance

    4:38

    johncampbellmusic.ca

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    John Campbell Person to Person Montreaux Jazz Festival 1992

    10:16

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    John Campbell, Boogie Children

    5:42

    Johnny Slim Campbell's brilliant 1986 performance of John Lee Hooker's masterpiece!

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    Lamb of God interview 2012 - John Campbell

    14:44

    Interview of Lamb of God bassist John Campbell by Metalship.
    Read the full interview on

    After releasing Resolution (2012) and right in the middle of their Asian tour, Metalship interviewed Lamb of God in Tokyo

    LAMB OF GOD
    - history of the band
    - origin of the name
    - the band & Richmond
    - changes with the success
    - genre and specifities

    RESOLUTION
    - Changes with previous releases
    - Feedback, mistakes ?
    - message ?

    PERSONAL LIFE
    - conciliate with personal life
    - fantastic memories in Lamb of God
    - dream
    - charting John's progress, pleasure, difficulties
    - agenda
    - Lamb of God in 10 years

    TOUR
    - connection with CHTHONIC
    - tour story

    JAPAN
    - likes in Japan
    - specificity of Japan crowd

    and at last a few words in Japanese ;-)

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    Bob Somma & John Campbell: Chelsea

    4:10

    Bob Somma & John Campbell from 'Technicolours' - 1991
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    Bass – John Patitucci
    Drums, Percussion – Alex Acuña
    Guitar, Drum Programming, Sequencer, composer – Bob Somma
    Keyboards, Sequenced By, Drum Programming, composer – John Campbell
    Saxophone, Synthesizer – Larry Williams

    COPYRIGHT DISCLAIMER Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. This song is fair use under the U.S. copyright law because it is (1) Noncommercial (2) transformative in nature (3) does not compete with original work and could have no negative effect on its market.

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    JOHN CAMPBELL - Loves name

    4:17

    ''FAVORITE SONG''

    JOHN CAMPBELL LOVE'S NAME LYRICS by T.K
    Love stay away
    From my door
    I don't want you comin round here
    Anymore
    I don't want the heartache
    Or the pain
    Don't wanna hear the tears that fall
    That do
    When people mention
    Love's name


    I never trusted
    Happiness
    I always just lost a friend
    And made a mess
    I don't want the heartache
    Or the pain
    Don't wanna hear the tears that fall
    v That will
    When people mention
    Love's name


    Don't mention Love's name
    It don't play by the rules
    Love is a wicked woman's tool


    Don't come in my house
    Those words ain't welcome here
    Well, I won't be nobody's fool


    Love stay away
    From my door
    I don't want you comin round here
    Anymore
    I don't want the heartache
    I don't want the pain
    Don't wanna hear the tears that fall
    That do
    When people mention
    Love's name

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    John Campbell - Loves Name

    4:24

    Album: Howlin Mercy, Buy:
    Love stay away
    From my door
    I don’t want you comin' round here
    Anymore
    I don’t want the heartache
    Or the pain
    Don’t wanna hear the tears that fall
    That do
    When people mention
    Love’s name

    I never trusted
    Happiness
    I always just lost a friend
    And made a mess
    I don’t want the heartache
    Or the pain
    Don’t wanna hear the tears that fall
    That will
    When people mention
    Love’s name

    Don’t mention Love’s name
    It don’t play by the rules
    Love is a wicked woman’s tool

    Don’t come in my house
    Those words ain’t welcome here
    Well, I won’t be nobody’s fool

    Love stay away
    From my door
    I don’t want you comin round here
    Anymore
    I don’t want the heartache
    I don’t want the pain
    Don’t wanna hear the tears that fall
    That do
    When people mention
    Love’s name

    John Campbell was a quiet man who played a dark and haunting acoustic Blues, combining a unique, percussive slide-guitar style with a modern songwriting ethic. The result is an authentic kind of Texas Blues that takes a familiar form, but sounds fresh and new, even when covering the classics. John died before he gained wide acclaim, and we can only guess at where he would have taken his music.

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    John Campbell, Muddy Waters Medley

    5:58

    In the grand finale of his 1986 performance, master bluesman, Johnny Slim Campbell merges several Muddy Waters standards into this stunning piece.

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    John Campbell - Wolf Among The Lands

    6:15

    Howlin' Mercy
    Slide guitarist and songwriter John Campbell was a man driven. Before his untimely death, he had pulled out all the stops to play a music that was full of mystery, pathos, dark energy, and plenty of rock & roll strut 'n' growl; it could be frightening in its intensity. Howlin' Mercy was the last of two recordings.
    And in the modern rock and blues idiom, he was a master.

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    John Campbell - Person To Person

    9:34

    Baden Baden Germany 07-10-1992

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    John Campbell Sunnyland train

    4:52

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    John Campbell - One Believer

    5:35

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    John Campbell - Hallelujah

    3:54

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    John Campbell - Take Me Down

    8:49

    Baden Baden Germany 07-10-1992

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    John Campbell Deep River Rag

    3:27

    John Campbell Deep River Rag

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    John Campbell, HooDoo The HooDoo Man

    4:17

    Another awesome blues rendition from a 1986 performance by the late, great Johnny Slim Campbell.

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    John Campbell I Believe

    3:46

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    John Campbell - When the levee break

    6:34

    Fantastic cover of Deep Purple.

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    John Campbell - Down in the hole

    6:09

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    Rig Rundown - Lamb of Gods Mark Morton, Willie Adler, and John Campbell

    28:42

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    John Campbell - Firin Line *coaster380*

    5:23

    John Campbell (January 20, 1952 -- June 13, 1993) was an American blues guitarist, singer and songwriter, who was born in Shreveport, Louisiana.
    This track is from his 1993 Album Howlin Mercy

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    John Campbell - Driftin And Driftin

    4:13

    This CD is a rare and historic live-in-the-studio recording of a blues legend. John Campbell recorded these magical performances as demo, years before his Electra contract and untimely death. On these recordings you will hear one man with a presumably a 1930's era National Resophonic, a then pristine 1952 Gibson Southern Jumbo, and all his heart and soul, whisking you away on a mystical journey.

    No electronic tracks were used to alter John's renditions of these blues classics that were woven with the charm and heartfelt passion of a man who lived his craft. You'll hear the incredible syncopation of his hands, his ethereal voice, and the beat of his foot keeping time. Robin Hood Studios captured Campbell's complete essence; metal on wood slide guitar rattles and the very breath and snarls of a brilliant apprentice to the blues. They were also able to chronicle a musician steeped in deep country blues, whose performances during this session were not destined to be heard until now.

    Campbell imbibed the spirit of the masters of the blues. If you were lucky enough to have witnessed his shows you would have been a participant in a classroom where the blues was the subject. John gave lessons in the blues on a nightly basis. His venues became his classroom where he lectured ancient blues theory. He demonstrated piano and banjo style blues guitar methods, as well as Mississippi-delta slide technique. Audiences the world over were enthralled at his sheer finger picking ability and his thunderous right hand technique. *

    Mojo Hand, a fitting epitaph, is presented on this recording where you'll hear John's derelict plea of I'm Goin' Back to Louisiana. Welcome home, John Campbell, welcome home.

    *Excerpt from the future release of the biography, Road of the Conqueror, the Life of John Campbell.


    Track List:

    1 Walkin' Blues
    2 I Can't Be Satisfied
    3 Rollin' Stone
    4 Watch Dog Blues
    5 Driftin' And Driftin'
    6 Medley In C - Chump Man Blues
    7 My Babe
    8 Talk To Me Babe
    9 Blues In A
    10 The Sky Is Cryin'
    11 Terraplane Blues
    12 Mojo Hand

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    John Campbell - World of trouble

    6:10

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    JOHN CAMPBELL IM GOING TO DALLAS

    3:51

    FROM THE ALBUM A MAN AND HIS BLUES 1994
    JOHN CAMPBELL - I'M GOING TO DALLAS

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    John Campbell + Willie Adler

    1:45

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    JOHN CAMPBELL JUDGEMENT DAY

    5:26

    FROM THE ALBUM - A MAN AND HIS BLUES 1994
    JOHN CAMPBELL - JUDGEMENT DAY

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    Donald Angus Beaton - John Campbell etc

    4:39

    Donald Angus Beaton - John Campbell, Yester House, Mabou Reel, Dan J Campbell, Traditional Reel, Carl Beaton An LP by a great Cape Breton fiddler, his son Kinnon is a well known performer these days. Donald Angus's music was the real thing. He was a blacksmith by trade.

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    JOHN CAMPBELL - 1934 National Steel Guitar

    2:10

    John Campbell and his 1934 National Steel Guitar... talking, playing... this guitar has some history and lots of stories....

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    John Campbell - Devil In My Closet

    6:00

    One Believer - 1991

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    John Campbell Loves Name

    4:18

    John Campbell`s Love`s Name from Howlin Mercy LP (93)

    (all copyrights go to the appropriate artist/record company/composer etc, i do not own anything music, lyrics,photos)

    Love stay away
    From my door
    I dont want you comin round here
    Anymore
    I dont want the heartache
    Or the pain
    Dont wanna hear the tears that fall
    That do
    When people mention
    Loves name


    I never trusted
    Happiness
    I always just lost a friend
    And made a mess
    I dont want the heartache
    Or the pain
    Dont wanna hear the tears that fall
    v That will
    When people mention
    Loves name


    Dont mention Loves name
    It dont play by the rules
    Love is a wicked womans tool


    Dont come in my house
    Those words aint welcome here
    Well, I wont be nobodys fool


    Love stay away
    From my door
    I dont want you comin round here
    Anymore
    I dont want the heartache
    I dont want the pain
    Dont wanna hear the tears that fall
    That do
    When people mention
    Loves name

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    Devil In My Closet - John Campbell Abilene Cafe 1991

    7:41

    The Late John Campbell

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