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Playlist of Lonnie Mack

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    Lonnie Mack - Satisfy Susie

    4:34

    Carnegie Hall 1986. Lonnie Mack - Satisfy Susie

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    SRV & Lonnie Mack - Live 1986

    5:54

    ~Double Whammy!~
    The American Caravan
    Live at The Orpheum Theater
    Memphis, TN
    August 1986

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    Lonnie Mack, Albert Collins & Roy Buchanan

    8:19

    ~ Further On Down the Road ~

    Carnegie Hall
    1985

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    Stevie Ray Vaughan with Lonnie Mack - Oreo Cookie Blues

    6:32

    The Orpheum Theater on Beale Street, Memphis, TN, USA, August 1986

    Stevie Ray Vaughan: Vocals, Guitar
    Reese Wynans: Keyboards
    Tommy Shannon: Fender Bass
    Chris Whipper Layton: Drums
    very special guest: Lonnie Mack: Guitar

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    Lonnie Mack - Too Rock For Country, Too Country For Rock And Roll

    3:01

    Music video by Lonnie Mack performing Too Rock For Country, Too Country For Rock And Roll. (C) 1988 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

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    Lonnie Mack ‎– Strike Like Lightning

    42:34

    Full Album: Lonnie Mack ‎– Strike Like Lightning 1986.

    Track list.
    01. Hound Dog Man 0:13
    02. Satisfy Susie 4:20
    03. Stop 8:53
    04. Long Way From Memphis 14:18
    05. Double Whammy 17:42
    06. Strike Like Lightning 21:21
    07. Falling Back In Love With You 25:03
    08. If You Have To Know 30:03
    09. You Ain't Got Me 34:35
    10. Oreo Cookie Blues 37:16

    Produced by: Lonnie Mack & Stevie Ray Vaughan.
    Recorded at Cedar Greek Recording Studios, Austin, Texas.




    1 Hound Dog Man
    Bass – Tim Drummond.
    Drums – Dennis O'Neal.
    Guitar – Lonnie Mack, Stevie Ray Vaughan.
    Vocals – Lonnie Mack.
    Written-By – Tim Drummond

    2 Satisfy Susie
    Bass – Tim Drummond.
    Drums – Dennis O'Neal.
    Guitar – Stevie Ray Vaughan.
    Guitar, Vocals – Lonnie Mack.
    Piano – Stan Szelest.
    Vocals [The Croquettes] – Lisa Gilkyson, Gwen Newsome, Karen Kraft.
    Written-By – Lonnie Mack, Tim Drummond

    3 Stop
    Bass – Tim Drummond.
    Drums – Dennis O'Neal.
    Guitar – Bill McIntosh.
    Guitar, Vocals – Lonnie Mack.
    Organ, Piano – Stan Szelest.
    Written-By – Lonnie Mack

    4 Long Way From Memphis
    Bass – Tim Drummond.
    Drums – Gene Lawson.
    Guitar – Bill McIntosh.
    Guitar, Vocals – Lonnie Mack.
    Piano – Stan Szelest.
    Written-By – Lonnie Mack, Tim Drummond, Will Jennings

    5 Double Whammy
    Bass – Tim Drummond.
    Drums – Dennis O'Neal.
    Guitar – Lonnie Mack, Stevie Ray Vaughan.
    Organ – Stan Szelest.
    Written-By – Lonnie Mack

    6 Strike Like Lightning
    Bass – Tim Drummond.
    Drums – Gene Lawson.
    Guitar, Vocals – Lonnie Mack.
    Piano – Stan Szelest.
    Written-By – Lonnie Mack, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Tim Drummond, Will Jennings

    7 Falling Back In Love With You
    Bass – Tim Drummond.
    Guitar, Vocals – Lonnie Mack.
    Organ, Piano – Stan Szelest.
    Written-By – Lonnie Mack

    8 If You Have To Know
    Bass – Tim Drummond.
    Drums – Dennis O'Neal.
    Guitar, Vocals – Stevie Ray Vaughan.
    Guitar, Vocals – Lonnie Mack.
    Organ, Piano – Stan Szelest.
    . Written-By – Lonnie Mack, Tim Drummond, Will Jennings

    9 You Ain't Got Me
    Bass – Tim Drummond.
    Drums – Dennis O'Neal.
    Guitar, Vocals – Lonnie Mack.
    Organ, Piano – Stan Szelest.
    Written-By – Lonnie Mack

    10 Oreo Cookie Blues
    Guitar [Slide] – Bill McIntosh.
    Guitar, Vocals – Lonnie Mack.
    Steel Guitar [National Steel] – Stevie Ray Vaughan.
    Written-By – Lonnie Mack, Mike Wilkerson

    I do not have the rights for the music and photos.
    I hope to enjoy with this!

    (In ancient Greek “onos” meaning donkey.)

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    Lonnie Mack - Memphis

    2:32

    A very good spectral stereo mix by mixerrog to a nice instrumental from 1963.

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    British guitarist analyses Lonnie Mack and Stevie Ray Vaughan live in 1986!

    15:15

    Tonight I'm taking a look at Lonnie Mack jamming with Stevie Ray Vaughan!
    Original video -

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    ITS TIME TO STOP! | Lonnie Mack - Stop

    6:49

    HEY FELLAS, enjoy a beautiful slow blues song, performed live by Lonnie Mack.

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    Lonnie Mack - Farther Up On The Road, Memphis, Stop, Fall Back in Love with You

    19:41

    Cincinnati OH 1983 - Nashville Now 1986 - Carnegie Hall 1985
    I think Stop at the Carnegie 1985 was Lonnie's best performance.

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    Memphis

    2:33

    Provided to YouTube by Pias UK Limited

    Memphis · Lonnie Mack

    The Wham Of That Memphis Man!

    ℗ 1963 Ace Records

    Released on: 2008-07-07

    Composer: Chuck Berry
    Music Publisher: Jewel Music Pub Co Ltd

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Memphis - Lonnie Mack - 1963

    2:53

    Love This Jam

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    Lonnie Mack - Why? - 1963

    4:35

    Greil Marcus selected this track by Lonnie Mack as one of the great vocals in rock n roll and he detailed why in his 2009 lecture The Songs Left Out of The Ballad of Sexual Dependency. Greil described 'Why?' thus: a soul ballad so torturous, so classically structured, that it can uncover wounds of your own. Mack's scream at the end has never been matched, God help us if anyone ever tops it.

    Greil Marcus is right and as such it is only correct that it exists on YouTube for all to behold.

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    Stevie Ray Vaughan Live @ The American Caravan, w/ Lonnie Mack 08/26/1986

    56:12

    Orpheum Theater, Memphis, TN - The American Caravan, with Lonnie Mack

    Set list:

    01 - Superstition
    02 - Look at Little Sister 4:52
    03 - Love Struck Baby 8:53
    04 - Say What? 11:32
    05 - Life Without You 17:04
    06 - Ain't Gone 'n' Give Up On Love 26:52
    07 - Love Struck Baby (Same take as the previous one, but longer intro and incomplete) 35:16
    08 - Wham w/LM 38:49
    09 - Oreo Cookie Blues w/LM 44:54
    10 - Rock People (Rock On) (Taken from a TV broadcast - Bad quality) w/LM and friends 50:54

    I hope you enjoy this video and please share with your friends!

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    Lonnie Mack

    5:03

    ~ Falling Back in Love with You... ~

    Live at Carnegie Hall
    1985

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    LONNIE MACK & STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN - SATISFY SUZIE Audio

    4:34

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    Stevie Ray Vaughan with Lonnie Mack Live- Oreo Cookie Blues

    4:41

    Lonnie and Stevie preform live in Memphis, 1986. Stevie often pointed to Lonnie Mack as an influence on his younger years and they came to be good friends before Stevie died in 1990. Music and Lyrics by Lonnie Mack.

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    Lonnie Mack - Oreo Cookie Blues - 1986 - Live and Rare!

    5:45

    This is rare footage of Lonnie Mack, one of the greatest Rock and Roll guitar players of all time performing on an early morning Television Show in Ohio probably around 1986 or 87. Lonnie recorded Oreo Cookie Blues in 1985 with Stevie Ray Vaughn.

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    Lonnie Mack-Aint Nobody

    4:25

    From Second Sight

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    Memphis by Lonnie Mack Guitar Lesson - Blues Song Lessons

    18:12

    In this guitar lesson we will be learning the instrumental Memphis by Lonnie Mack. It is a blues song in the key of G. We will be covering the chords and melody lead lines. You should be familiar with Pentatonic minor to grasp the melody lead.

    Get the tab for this lesson -

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    Lonnie Mack - Cry, cry, cry

    2:40

    This song is credited to Deadric Malone which was the pen name often used by Don Robey owner of the Duke & Peacock labels. It was originally a Bobby Bland soul ballad. Lonnie has given us an instrumental version.

    The song is present on the CD Memphis Wham issued by Ace Records (UK) in 1995. The album contained the whole original Fraternity Wham of the Memphis Man LP plus extra tracks some of which had never before been released.

    Apart from Lonnie himself the musicians who usually comprised the band were Marv Lieberman (sax), Ron Grayson (drums), Wayne Bullock (bass), Truman Fields (keyboards) and Irv Russotto (sax).

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    Lonnie Mack Chicken Pickin

    2:13

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    Lonnie Mack — Stand By Me

    2:27

    A virtuoso instrumental version of the classic song.

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    Stacy Mitchhart on Lonnie Mack

    3:53

    Play it Forward Cincinnati presents
    MackFest -- A Celebration of the Life and Music of Lonnie Mack
    Get ticket info at pifcincy.org

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    Lonnie Mack-Cincinnati Jail

    5:12

    From Second Sight

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    Lonnie Mack - Oreo Cookie Blues!

    2:55

    Nashville, 1985

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    Lonnie Mack - Cincinnati Jail

    5:11

    True story from the 70's 'cept Lonnie was shot where you sit, not in the knee. From the opening licks to 4:20 on you can see why he is considered in the top 5 most influential guitarists ever...over many others much more famous. He bought the Gibson Flying V before it was available & they shelved it.Sold less than 100. Later Jimi & others took it up when they reissued it years later. Enjoy photos of my city & Lonnie Mack doing Cincinnati Jail from Second Site.

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    Lonnie Mack - Too Rock For Country

    3:06

    onebigdaddy623- I do not own this music nor am I getting any monetary profit or gain from this music. I am just a fan. All rights belong to their respective owner.

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    Lonnie Mack - Asphalt Outlaw Hero

    3:00

    Song from the album The Hills of Indiana

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    Lonnie Mack Tough on me, tough on you

    4:16

    From 'Second Sight' the track Tough on me, tough on you.
    Enjoy and rate, please.

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    Lonnie Mack - Asphalt outlaw hero

    3:00

    Lonnie Mack - The hills of Indiana (1971 Elektra). Track recorded in Muscle Shoals

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    Lonnie Mack - I Found A Love

    3:35

    Lonnie Mack - I Found A Love.
    Album: Whatever's Right/1969.

    If you liked it, I suggest you to buy the album.
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    Memphis - Lonnie Mack

    2:27

    This instrumental was by performed by Lonnie Mack, and was recorded and released in 1963.

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    SRV & Lonnie Mack - Double Whammy

    4:48

    Stevie Ray and his mentor, Lonnie Mack, wielding their axes.

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    Oreo Cookie Blues

    4:54

    yet, another version of this great song by Lonnie Mack.

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    Lonnie Mack-Me And My Car

    3:10

    Album: Second Sight

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    Stevie Ray Vaughan & Lonnie Mack

    4:26

    ~ Oreo Cookie Blues ~

    The American Caravan
    Live at The Orpheum Theater
    Memphis, TN
    August 1986

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    Lonnie Mack - Oh, I apologise

    3:08

    Song credits are (W Robinson, B Gordy) and the number was originally recorded by Barrett Strong (whose manin claim to fame is Money).

    The song is present on the CD Memphis Wham issued by Ace Records (UK) in 1995. The album contained the whole original Fraternity Wham of the Memphis Man LP plus extra tracks some of which had never before been released.

    Apart from Lonnie himself the musicians who usually comprised the band were Marv Lieberman (sax), Ron Grayson (drums), Wayne Bullock (bass), Truman Fields (keyboards) and Irv Russotto (sax).

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    LONNIE MACK - Mt. Healthy Blues

    6:51

    From LP Whatever's Right 1969 [ Elektra ‎– EKS-74050 , US ]
    Arranged By [Horn Arrangements] – E. Brenden Harkin (tracks: B2), Leslie Asch (tracks: A1 to A5, B1, B3 to B5)
    Bass – Tim Drummond
    Cello – Roy Christiansen
    Drums – Jerry Love, Ron Grayson
    Harp – Jack Brickles
    Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Vocals, Bass [6-String] – Lonnie Mack
    Organ, Piano – David Byrd
    Piano – Denzil Rice Producer – Russ Miller
    Vocals – The Sherlie Matthews Singers

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    Albert Collins, Lonnie Mack & Roy Buchanan, Live At Carnegie Hall, By Kostas A~171

    1:3:44

    These songs are mixed without dialogs, from Dvd Further On Down The Road with Albert Collins, Lonnie Mack & Roy Buchanan at Carnegie Hall (1986) Enjoy...

    Tracklist:
    01. Introduction
    02. Albert Collins - Master Charge
    03. Albert Collins - If Trouble Was Money
    04. Albert Collins - Frosty
    05. Lonnie Mack - Oreo Cookies
    06. Lonnie Mack - Fall Back In Love With You
    07. Lonnie Mack - Sutisfy Susie
    08. Lonnie Mack - Stop
    09. Roy Buchanan - Green Onions
    10. Roy Buchanan - Jack The Ripper
    11. Roy Buchanan - Short Fuse
    12. Roy Buchanan - When A Guitar Plays The Blues
    13. Lonnie Mack - Further On Down The Road (with Albert Collins & Roy Buchanan)

    Copyrights:
    The song doesn't belong to me.
    The song's owners are the artists Albert Collins, Lonnie Mack & Roy Buchanan
    This song was uploaded for your enjoyment.
    If you liked it, I suggest you to buy this DVD.

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    Stop - Lonnie Mack - Live! Attack Of The Killer V

    9:35

    Lonnie Mack - Stop - Live! Attack Of The Killer V

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    LONNIE MACK - Tough On Me, Tough On You

    4:15

    ALBUM: Second Sight
    YEAR: 1986.
    Born: July 18, 1941, West Harrison, Indiana, USA
    Death: April 21, 2016, Nashville, Tennessee, USA

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    Riding The Blinds

    4:23

    Provided to YouTube by The state51 Conspiracy

    Riding The Blinds · Lonnie Mack

    Live - Attack Of The Killer V

    ℗ 1990 Alligator Records & Artist Mgmt., Inc

    Released on: 2009-06-18

    Composer: Nix
    Lyricist: Nix
    Music Publisher: Deerwood Music
    Music Publisher: Irving Music, c/o Harry Fox Agency, 711 3rd Ave. NY, NY 10017

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Lonnie Mack The Wham of That Memphis Man!, 1964.Track B1: Baby Whats Wrong?

    3:31

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    Lonnie Mack - Where theres a will

    4:16

    Song credits are (L.Williams) but acc. to the Notes for Memphis Wham it's a number which was recorded by the Five Blind Boys of Mississippi. In Lonnie's hands it's a gospelly soul ballad with the man himself on impassioned vocal lead.

    The song is present on the album, Lonnie Mack: The Wham of that Memphis Man on the Fraternity label which was released in the US in 1964; in the UK it was released on the President label in 1967. In the UK the album contained 11 tracks, a mix of vocals and instrumentals. Ace Records (UK) put the selection in CD format out in 1995 with the track total increased to 24.

    Apart from Lonnie himself the band members who are pictured on the reverse sleeve of The Wham of that Memphis Man are Marv Lieberman (sax), Ron Grayson (drums), Wayne Bullock (bass), Truman Fields (keyboards) and Irv Russotto (sax).

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    Lonnie Mack - Down in the dumps

    2:15

    Another song written by Lonnie himself. It's a mid-tempo guitar shuffle with a gospel flavour featuring soloing sax.

    The song is present on the album, Lonnie Mack: The Wham of that Memphis Man on the Fraternity label which was released in the US in 1964; in the UK it was released on the President label in 1967. In the UK the album contained 11 tracks, a mix of vocals and instrumentals. Ace Records (UK) put the selection in CD format out in 1995 with the track total increased to 24.

    Apart from Lonnie himself the band members who are pictured on the reverse sleeve of The Wham of that Memphis Man are Marv Lieberman (sax), Ron Grayson (drums), Wayne Bullock (bass), Truman Fields (keyboards) and Irv Russotto (sax).

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    STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN & LONNIE MACK - Oreo Cookie Blues - LIVE Austin 1985/06/01

    7:21

    Auditorium Shores, Austin, TX - June 1, 1985.

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    Lonnie Mack - September 22, 1991 Tribute RIP

    17:00

    Lowdown Gospel Blues - As Poigmhahon reviews it, to me, Lonnie epitomized blue collar blues guitar....wonderful stuff.
    Live show from the corner of rock n roll - The Decade - Pittsburgh Oakland, Pa.

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    Lonnie Mack - Riding The Blinds

    4:21

    blues

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    Lonnie Mack Guitar Licker plays the Blues on Beale Street

    5:51

    Lonnie Mack Guitar Licker plays the Blues on Beale Street in Memphis

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