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    Lowell Fulson - Reconsider Baby

    3:11

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    Lowell Fulson - All the Best

    55:33

    TRACKLIST
    01- I'm A Drifter 00:11
    02- I'm Sinking 02:46
    03- Little Angel 5:47
    04- Make A Little Love 7:52
    05- Too Many Drivers 10:25
    06- Tramp 13:29
    07- No More (Part 1) 16:30
    08- Lady in the rain 18:57
    09- Blue Shadows 21:41
    10- Blues never fail 24:26
    11- Cold Hearted Woman 27:04
    12- Jukebox Shuffle 29:57
    13- Love Grows Cold 32:28
    14- Rocking After Midnight 34:25
    15- Strange Feeling 37:08
    16- Talkin' Woman 40:05
    17- Three O'Clock Blues 42:31
    18- Upstairs 45:41
    19- Lonesome Christmas 48:06
    20- Pico 52:35

    Lowell Fulson - All the Best (THE BEST OF POP - FULL ALBUM)
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    Lowell Fulson (March 31, 1921 – March 7, 1999) was an American blues guitarist and songwriter, in the West Coast blues tradition. He also recorded for contractual reasons as Lowell Fullsom and Lowell Fulsom.

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    Tramp - Lowell Fulson

    3:06

    Tramp - Lowell Fulson (1966)
    Album: The Tramp Years (1967)

    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.

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    Lowell Fulson / Black Nights

    3:36

    blues at it's finest

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    Lowell Fulson -- One More Blues

    50:15

    01. Thank'S A Lot For The Offer (03:19)
    02. Worried Life Blues (04:25)
    03. Hot Mama (04:44)
    04. Ten More Shows To Play (06:13)
    05. I Can'T Stand It (04:59)
    06. Guitar Shuffle (03:40)
    07. One Room Country Shack (05:02)
    08. Your Love For Me Is Gone (04:10)
    09. Think About It (04:32)
    10. One More Blues (03:37)
    11. Jump Children (05:18)

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    Lowell Fulson-Everyday I Have The Blues

    2:31

    Everyday I Have The Blues

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    Lowell Fulson 1963 Youre Gonna Miss Me Live Clip

    1:38

    Great ALL TOO SHORT clip of Lowell Fulson and his ES-5, Gibson amp, still has lye process hair, thought ±1963. 'You're Gonna Miss Me' same rendering as Checker Records #865; June 1957 (corrected 5-25-2012). What a great glimpse of night life of the day. I wish I knew what this rendering is from, as I want MORE MORE MORE - Any trouble sharing this PM me I will drop it off - CW

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    Lowell Fulson - Reconsider Baby

    3:48

    Live from Los Angeles, CA 1984.

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    Lowell Fulsom - Tramp

    3:02

    Album: Tramp
    Year: 1967
    Label: Kent

    sampled by:

    Papa Was Too by Joe Tex (1966)
    Country Girl by The Johnny Otis Show feat. Mighty Mouth Evans and Shuggie Otis (1968)
    Get Your Girl in the Mood Quicker by Ice Cube feat. King Tee (1990)
    Rampage by EPMD feat. LL Cool J (1990)
    Jackin' for Beats by Ice Cube (1990)
    Keep on Ya'll by Larry Larr (1991)
    2 Skanless by Hi-C (1991)
    Let, Let Me In by De La Soul (1991)
    How I Could Just Kill a Man by Cypress Hill (1991)
    Ca You Get Wreck by M.C. Evil (1992)
    Back Off by Fu-Schnickens (1992)
    There It Is by Black A.G. (1992)
    Dope Charge by Underground Mafia (1992)
    7 by Prince (1992)
    Time 4 Sum Aksion by Redman (1992)
    King Tee's Beer Stand by King Tee feat. Ice Cube (1993)
    Girls N' Guns by Just-Ice (1993)
    Lyrical Assassin by T-Bone (1993)
    Six Million Ways to Die by Funkmaster Flex feat. Nine (1993)
    Track 3 by DJ Q-Bert (1994)

    thanks

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    Lowell Fulsom - Working Man

    5:23

    Blues

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    B.B. King and Lowell Fulson-Little by Little-1993

    4:07

    Another great track from B.B. King's 1993 release 'Blues Summit'.. This time recording with the legendary Lowell Fulson. Enjoy everyone!

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    LOWELL FULSON RECONSIDER BABY

    3:12

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    Lowell Fulson & Lloyd Glenn - Reconsider Baby. 1984 L.A., Legends Of Rhythm & Blues -6

    4:00

    1984 Lowell Fulson (g,v) & Lloyd Glenn (p) & band:
    4:00 Reconsider Baby /
    (34min excerpt-item-6 from L.A., Legends Of Rhythm & Blues ), also the below items are from this fine documentary:
    1984 Lloyd Glenn (p): 1:25 How Long Blues / (34min excerpt-item-1), also the below items are from this fine documentary:
    1984 Joe Liggins & his Honeydrippers:
    2:40 Honeydrippers Theme - Pink Champagne /
    1984 Charles Brown (p,v): 3:05 Merry Christmas, Baby /
    1984 Joe Liggins: 2:00 Little Joe´s Boogie /
    & Margie Evans (v): 2:30 Mistreatin´ Woman /
    1984 Big Mama Thornton (v,harm) & Band:
    3:30 Rooster Blues / 7:21 Bakk And Chain - Hound Dog /
    1984 Big Jay McNeely (ts,v) & Band:
    1:50 unident.title / 4:30 unident.title /
    details are welcomed

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    Lowell Fulson - San Francisco Blues

    2:21

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    Lowell Fulson - Rocking After Midnight

    2:44

    Swing time Records 1950 B/W Every Day I Have The Blues

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    Lowell Fulson - Guitar Shuffle

    2:55

    Swing Time Records 1952 B/w Mean Old Lonesome Song
    Lowell Fulson (Guitar) Earl Brown (Alto Sax) Lloyd Glenn (Piano)
    Unknown (Bass/Drums)

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    Lowell Fulson, Between midnight and day

    2:28

    I do not own the copyrights to this recordings, so if it needs to be removed, I will remove it.

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    Lowell Fulson / Low Society

    2:33

    blues at it's best...
    great sax solo

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    Lowell Fulson - Live 1963

    1:38

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    Lowell Fulson Guitar Lesson Reconsider Baby Intro and Solos

    13:32

    Lesson TAB
    Introduction -

    Solo #1 -

    Solo #2 -

    Old School Blues Guitar - Official Website

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    Lowell Fulson -- One More Blues

    50:17

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    Lowell Fulson, My baby left me

    2:41

    I do not own the copyrights to this recordings, so if it needs to be removed, I will remove it.

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    Trouble, trouble - Lowell Fulson

    3:02

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    Lowell Fulson - Youre Gonna Miss Me When Im Gone

    2:37

    Live at The Blue Monday Party. Fairfax, CA.1981. with Mark Naftalin (piano), Dr. Wild Willie Moore (sax), Bobby Murray (guitar), Henry Odin (bass), Fred Casey (drums)

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    Lowell Fulson - Why Dont We Do It In The Road Vinyl

    3:44

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    LOWELL FULSON IVE BEEN MISTREATED

    2:32

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    Lowell Fulson - The Best Of

    50:36

    Lowell Fulson - The Best Of (Full Album / Album complet)
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    00:00 “Reconsider Baby” Lowell Fulson
    03:10 “Three O'Clock Blues” Lowell Fulson
    06:20 “Blue Shadows” Lowell Fulson
    09:07 “Hung Down Head” Lowell Fulson
    12:05 “Low Society Blues” Lowell Fulson
    14:37 “You're Gonna Miss Me” Lowell Fulson
    17:44 “Guitar Shuffle” Lowell Fulson
    20:30 “Baby Won't You Jump With Me” Lowell Fulson
    23:06 “Rock'em Dead” Lowell Fulson
    25:35 “You Better Rock This Morning” Lowell Fulson
    27:23 “Loving You” Lowell Fulson
    30:25 “It Took A Long Time” Lowell Fulson
    33:02 “Someday Baby” Lowell Fulson
    36:09 “I Wanna Make Love To You” Lowell Fulson
    39:25 “Rollin' Blues” Lowell Fulson
    42:16 “Lonely Hours” Lowell Fulson
    45:06 “That's Alright” Lowell Fulson
    47:48 “It's A Long Time” Lowell Fulson

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    Thats All Right - Lowell Fulson

    2:43

    1957/12/27 Recorded Los Angeles
    Personnel Unknown

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    Lowell Fulson - Three OClock Blues 1948

    3:10

    Original 3 O'Clock Blues recorded in Oakland in 1946 with his brother Martin on second guitar.
    Released in 1948 it became his first hit. Most known as a B.B. King song who didn't record it until 1951 but became a staple of his throughout his life.

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    Lowell Fulson - The Letter

    2:33

    Vietnam War blues:

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    Lowell Fulson, Dont be so evil

    3:09

    I do not own the copyrights to this recordings, so if it needs to be removed, I will remove it.

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    Loving You - Lowell Fulson

    3:06

    Recorded on January 13, 1955. It is now 1954, the watershed year in which the musical foundations of American pop will begin to crumble and make way for the new direction that is gathering steam all across the country. Lowell Fulson begins the year with a number of personal appearances in the Chicago area including an extended stay at Cadillac Bob's and a March stint at the Crown Propeller Lounge. In late march Aladdin #3233 is release Blues Never Fail and You Gotta Reap which despite the name of the 'A' side is indeed a failure. Fulson however plugs on with a well attended week at Atlanta's Royal Peacock. By September Aladdin Records feels that Fulson is not in theor plans for the future and let him go, and he finds a new home in the windy city as he is signed by Marshall Chess. They plan an upcoming session for the Checker label. Meanwhile Fulson goes out West and plays L.A. with a big R & B unit that features Floyd Dixon and Wynonie Harris at the Savoy. In October Hollywood Records purchases the Swing Time master of Fulson's Lonesome Christmas. A tour of the Southwest in November features a big three of early fifties R & B with Lowell along with T-Bone Walker and Ray Charles. At this time his first Checker release is out - Reconsider Baby and I Believe I'll Give It Up on #804, which featured the tenor sax of David Fathead Newman soon to become a mainstay with Ray Charles. At year's end Lowell Fulson is riding the surprising success of his first record for Checker and is signed to a big touring revue called the Top Ten R & B Show that also features The Clovers, Charms, Moonglows, Joe Turner, Faye Adams, Bill Doggett, and the Paul Williams band.

    In January of 1955, Hollywood records purchases additional masters from the Swing Time catalog and plans to release Fulson's Everyday I Have The Blues and Guitar Shuffle on a single record. In February the Top Ten Show embarks on a national seven week tour of one nighters. Lowell's Reconsider Baby is a huge national top ten R & B hit and helps draw on the road. In March Checker Records releases #812 : Loving You and Check Yourself. After the end of the Top Ten Show tour, Lowell joins up with Choker Campbell and his band for a tour of Texas. In July Fulson is in southern California and his new Checker release is Lonely Hours and Do Me Right, even as Reconsider is still selling seven months after its initial release. In November Hollywood records again re-releases Fulson's Lonesome Christmas (parts one and two) with Lloyd Glenn on #1022. The newest Checker record is out in December - #829 : Trouble Trouble / I Still Love You Baby.

    In 1956 Lowell Fulson is in the Midwest early in the year with a big show at Gleason's in Cleveland. In march Fulson returns to Fort Worth Texas and plans to reform his own small band after years as a solo performer. In May Fulson and The Moonglows do a tour of one nighters in the South and then go to the West coast where the show does big business at the 5-4 Ballroom in Los Angeles. Checker #841 is out in July - Tollin Bells and It's Your Fault. The side Tollin' Bells does surprisingly well (again) for a performer who is seen as having very little sway with record buyers. In fact the tune is rated in the top five sellers in Chicago. In November Hollywood Records is at it again, this time they plan to release a Christmas album by all R & B performers and Lowell's version of Lonesome Christmas will be part of the package. After 1956 Fulson stayed with Checker which released Blues Rhumba and Please Don't Go on #854 in late January of 1957. Fulson plays the 5_4 Ballroom in L.A. and is featured on a live broadcast from the club with dj Charles Trammell. Fulson tours the Southwest with the Jimmy McCracklin band in June and early July. In August Checker releases You're Gonna Miss Me and Don't Drive Me Baby on #865. In September Lowell Fulson signs on for a Midwestern tour as part of a show that features The Cadillacs, Coasters, Johnny Guitar Watson, Ernie Freeman & his band, and others. He closes the year on a tour with Big Maybelle and Hollywood Records re-releases his recording of Lonely Christmas.

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    Lowell Fulson - One More Blues

    3:39

    If you liked it, I suggest you to buy the album.
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    LOWELL FULSON LET ME RIDE IN YOUR AUTOMOBILE

    2:39

    BLUES

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    WAX & BOOGIE TRÍO - RECONSIDER BABY

    11:05




    Ster Wax: Voz
    David Giorcelly: teclados
    Alberto Gulias: Batería

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    Please Dont Go, LOWELL FULSON, Blues Guitar Legend

    2:42

    Please Don't Go, LOWELL FULSON, Blues Guitar Legend

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    Lowell Fulson ~ A Sinners Prayer

    2:54

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    LOWELL FULSON - BLUES RHUMBA - CHECKER

    2:47

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    KRIS POHLMANN - Reconsider Baby

    8:29

    Kris Pohlmann cover of Reconsider Baby by Lowell Fulson. Recorded at The Musical Box in Remscheid during the spring 'Taylor Road' album release tour. 24.01.2015

    Featuring: Roman Dönicke on Drums and Dennis Bowens on Bass.


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    LOWELL FULSON BLACK NIGHTS KENT RECORD LABEL K431

    3:43

    LOWELL FULSON BLACK NIGHTS KENT RECORD LABEL K431

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    Lowell Fulson I Believe Ill Give It Up

    2:59

    I do not own the copyright to this recording. This video is for historical and educational purposes only.

    Composed by Lowell Fulson

    Lowell Fulson:Vocals & Guitar

    Poss. Phillip Guilbeau:Trumpet

    Walter Morris:Trombone

    Julian Beasley:Alto Sax

    David Fathead Newman:Tenor Sax

    Leroy Cooper:Baritone Sax

    Paul Drake:Piano

    Bobby Nicholson:Bass

    Chick Booth:Drums

    Recorded in Dallas, TX. Monday, September 27, 1954

    Originally issued on and this recording taken from the 1954 single (Checker 804) (78 RPM)

    Note: Also issued on 45 RPM

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    Lowell Fulson - Someday Baby

    3:11

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    Lowell Fulson ~ Blues Pain 1969

    5:31

    Modern Electric Chicago Blues 1969
    Enjoy, my friends !!!
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    Tulsa Red And His Trio - Jam That Boogie

    2:42

    Released in November of 1950. Lowell Fulson was born in the Chocktaw Indian Reservation, Tulsa, Oklahoma.
    He joined up with singer Texas Alexander for a few months in 1940, touring the Lone Star state with the veteran bluesman.
    Fulson was drafted in 1943. The Navy released him from duty in 1945. After a few months back in Oklahoma, Lowell went to Oakland, California, where he made his first 78's for the producer Bob Geddins.
    Lowell had his own band and recording for Big Town, Gilt Edge, Trilon, and Down Town (where he was sucessful in 1948 with 'Three O'Clock Blues,' later covered by B.B. King).
    Swing Time records manager Jack Lauderdale employed Lowell in 1948.
    'Every Day I Have the Blues' (an adaptation of Memphis Slim's 'Nobody Loves Me'), 'Blue Shadows,' the two-sided seasonal single 'Lonesome Christmas,' and a mid-tempo instrumental 'Low Society Blues' showcased the importance of the pianist Lloyd Glenn and alto saxist Earl Brown to Fulson's sound (all made the charts in 1950).
    Lowell toured with his band for a time with pianist Ray Charles (who later covered Lowell's 'Sinner's Prayer' for Atlantic) and saxophonist Stanley Turrentine.
    After a one-off session in New Orleans in 1953 for Aladdin, Fulson signed a long term liaison with Chess in 1954.
    His first single for the label was 'Reconsider Baby,' recorded in Dallas under Stan Lewis's supervision with a sax section that included David 'Fathead' Newman on tenor and Leroy Cooper on baritone. Elvis Presley recorded the song in 1960, right after he left the Army.
    'Loving You,' for the Checker imprint was also successful. Most of his Checker sessions were held in Chicago and L.A. (the latter his home from the turn of the '50's). Lowell stayed with Checker into 1962 when he relocated to Kent Records.

    1965's driving 'Black Nights' became his first hit in a decade, and 'Tramp,' written by Fulson and Jimmy McCracklin, was more successful. The latter tune was covered by Otis Redding and Carla Thomas. A couple of follow-up hits for Kent followed before Lowell became reunited with Stan Lewis at Jewel Records.

    1992's 'Hold On' and its 1995 follow-up 'Them Update Blues', both for Ron Levy's Bullseye Blues logo, were among his most recent recordings. Lowell Fulson died on the 6th March 1999. in Long Beach, California. following complications from kidney disease, diabetes and congestive heart failure.

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    Lowell Fulson - Tollin Bells

    3:09

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    Black Nights - Lowell Fulson

    3:34

    Listed as Lowell Fulsom on the label, the artist's name is Lowell Fulson. A very important figure in West Coast blues.

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    San Francisco Blues Festival, Vol.1 - Baby Hush , Lowell Fulson

    2:21

    San Francisco Blues Festival, Vol.1 - Baby Hush , Lowell Fulson

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    Lowell Fulson, I walked all night

    2:50

    I do not own the copyrights to this recordings, so if it needs to be removed, I will remove it.

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    Lowell Fulson - Loving You

    3:10

    Loving You (Is All I Crave) by Lowell Fulson from the album Blues from the Checker Vaults
    Released 2014-07-04 on One Day Music
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    The Checker label was founded by brothers Leonard and Philip Chess in 1952, along with the famous Chess label that would prove a driving force in the rise of the blues in the Fifties. One of the reasons for opening another label was to maximise the chance of radio airplay, so Checkers, a board game similar to chess, was the logical choice of name. With the likes of Elmore James, Jimmy Witherspoon and Bo Diddley there’s a treasure trove of music to be found on this compilation. Checkers is a board game…you’ll be anything but!
    © 2014 One Day Music
    ℗ 2014 One Day Music

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    Lowell Fulson - Think Twice Before You Speak

    5:01

    If you liked it, I suggest you to buy the album.
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