Title: The Very Best Of Frank Frost (Expanded Edition)
Label: Fuel 2000
Style: Electric Blues, Harmonica Blues
Cat: 302 061 943 2
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2580 mb | MP3 size: 1543 mb | WMA size: 1598 mb
|1||Harpin' On It|
|2||Things You Do|
|3||Feel Good Babe|
|4||Got My Mojo Working|
|5||Pocket Full Of Money|
|6||Harp And Soul|
|7||Never Leave Me At Home|
|8||Five Long Years|
|10||Janie On My Mind|
|11||Didn't Mean No Harm|
|12||Ride With Your Daddy Tonight|
|13||My Back Scratcher|
|LPS 5013||Frank Frost||Frank Frost (LP, Comp)||Jewel Records||LPS 5013||US||1973|
|PCD-20||Frank Frost||Jelly Roll Blues (CD, Comp, RE, RM)||Paula Records||PCD-20||US||1991|
|WESM 633||Frank Frost||Harpin' On It - The Complete Jewel Recordings (CD, Comp)||Westside||WESM 633||UK||2002|
|CRB 1103||Frank Frost||Ride With Your Daddy Tonight (LP, Comp)||Charly R&B||CRB 1103||UK||1985|
- Bass – Chip Young
- Drums – Sam Carr
- Engineer, Producer – Scotty Moore
- Guitar – Big Jack Johnson
- Harmonica [Harp], Vocals – Arthur "Oscar" Williams
- Harmonica [Mouth Organ] – Frank Frost (tracks: 2)
- Liner Notes – Bill Dahl
- Rhythm Guitar, Vocals – Frank Frost
From the archives of Jewel-Paula Records.
℗ © 2012 Fuel 2000 Records, Inc.
Made in the USA.
Distributed by UMGD in cooperation with Varèse Sarabande Records.
℗ © 2012 Fuel Records.
Made in USA.
Credit roles & recording studio are mentioned in the liner notes.
Tracks 1 to 4 were recorded at Music City, Nashville early in 1966.
Tracks 5 to 13 were recorded in the same studio on March 9, 1966.
- Barcode: 0 30206 19432 6
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L241
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 4161
- Matrix / Runout: 3020619432 1R 01
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Fuel 2000 Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Fuel 2000 Records, Inc.
- Distributed By – UMGD
- Recorded At – Music City Recorders, Nashville
Big Boss Man: The Very Best of Frank Frost. Jelly Roll King. and more. 13 tracks 36:22. Play album. Frost moved to Saint Louis, Missouri when he was 15 and began his musical career as a guitarist. He toured in 1954 with drummer Sam Carr and Mr. Carr's father, Robert Nighthawk. Soon after, he spent several years touring with Sonny Boy Williamson, who helped teach him read more. Frank Frost - Frank Frost. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Guitarist and harmonica player Frank Frost was essentially an Arkansas version of Jimmy Reed when he hooked up with drummer Sam Carr in the early '50s. Carr, the son of bluesman Robert Nighthawk, and Frost worked in Nighthawk's band for several years before striking out as a duo in the early '60s, and when they added guitar player and bassist Jack Johnson in 1962, they became the Jelly Roll Kings although they wouldn't use the name for a couple of years yet. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Frank Frost. Pocket Full of Money, 02:21. Ten Sharp You. LP Lost on You. Радио Восток России. The Very Best of Frank Frost. Listen album. Blues Blues Rock. Group Compilation. Songs in album Frank Frost - Big Boss Man - The Very Best Of Frank Frost 1998. Frank Frost - Big Boss Man. Frank Frost - Jelly Roll King. Frank Frost - What You Gonna Do. Frank Frost - You're So Kind. Frank Frost - Pocket Full Of Shells. Frank Frost - Lucky To Be Living. Frank Frost - New Twist. Frank Frost - Crawl Back. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. by Frank Frost. Released: November 26, Frost - Harp and Soul 02:52. Frank Frost - Pocket Full Of Money 02:21. Frank Frost - Things You Do 02:31. Frank Frost - Harpin' on It 02:56. Frank Frost - Five Long Years 03:32. Frank Frost - Ride with Your Daddy Tonight 02:34. Frank Frost - Got My Mojo Working 02:48. Frank Frost - Feel Good Babe 02:26. Frank Frost - Janie on My Mind 03:21. Frank Frost - Never Leave Me At Home 02:22. Frank Frost - Didn't Mean No Harm 03:58. Frank Frost - Pretty Baby 02:14