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Lonnie Mack - Soul Express flac album
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Down And Out, Soul Express ‎(7").

These 19 Flying V-soaked sides pack the same punch and hail from the same mid-'60s timeframe as Mack's seminal LP Wham of That Memphis Man. He unleashes his vibrato-drenched axe on the torrid "Soul Express," "Lonnie on the Move," "Florence of Arabia," and an astonishing instrumental version of "Stand by Me" that'll send aspiring guitarists' jaws crashing to the floor. For a change of pace, "Men at Play" mines a jazzy walking groove to equally satisfying ends.

Lonnie McIntosh (July 18, 1941 – April 21, 2016), known by his stage name Lonnie Mack, was an influential pioneer of blues-rock music and rock guitar soloing. Mack emerged in 1963, with his proto-blues-rock debut LP, The Wham of that Memphis Man. The album's vocals established Mack's reputation as one of the all-time great singers of blue-eyed soul. However, he earned greater renown for the album's electric guitar instrumentals

Soul Express (02:35)03. I've Had It (02:15)04. Wildwood Flower (02:06)05. Snow On The Mountain (02:35)06. I Washed My Hands In Muddy Water (02:22)07. Sticks And Stones (02:14)09. Jam And Butter (02:34)10. One Mint Julep (02:37)11. Tracklist: 01. I Found A Love (02:25) 02. Soul Express (02:35) 03. I've Had It (02:15) 04. Wildwood Flower (02:06) 05.

Lonnie On The Move (CDCH 352) was, in essence, a (slightly-revised) reissue of a 1976 double album's worth of sides that Fraternity label boss Harry Carlson had originally leased to US reissue label Trip, and that contained a mix of Mack's Fraternity singles and masters which had hitherto lain unissued in Carlson's tape archive.

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The Wham of That Memphis Man is a 1963 album by Lonnie Mack. This album, Mack's first, was recorded in several sessions beginning in March, 1963 and was released by the small Cincinnati label Fraternity Records in October of that year. It reached only on the charts, but music critic Jimmy Guterman ranked it No. 16 in his book The 100 Best Rock 'n' Roll Records of All Time.

Washington may have been a journeyman at what he did, but he was at the very top of the journeyman class, and what he did - play a hybrid of blues and soul - is not as overmined a genre as many blues styles are. That means that if you like blues-soul crossover, you will almost certainly like this compilation of late-'60s and early-'70s sides, which represent the peak of Washington as a recording artist.

Tracklist

A Soul Express
B Soul Express (Instrumental)

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PT 198 Lonnie Mack Soul Express ‎(7") President Records PT 198 UK 1968
1278-45-F1004 Lonnie Mack Down And Out / Soul Express ‎(7") Fraternity Records 1278-45-F1004 US 1968
1278-45-F1004 Lonnie Mack I Found A Love/Soul Express ‎(7", Promo) Fraternity Records 1278-45-F1004 US 1968
PT 198 Lonnie Mack Soul Express ‎(7", Promo) President Records PT 198 UK 1968

Tracklist

A Soul Express
B I Found A Love

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PT 198 Lonnie Mack Soul Express ‎(7") President Records PT 198 UK 1968
1278-45-F1004 Lonnie Mack Down And Out / Soul Express ‎(7") Fraternity Records 1278-45-F1004 US 1968
1278-45-F1004 Lonnie Mack I Found A Love/Soul Express ‎(7", Promo) Fraternity Records 1278-45-F1004 US 1968
1278-45-F1004-B Lonnie Mack Soul Express ‎(7", Promo) Fraternity Records 1278-45-F1004-B US 1968