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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
I thought he was black 20 July 1999
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I heard this when it first came out in'67 and until I went to the record shop to find more John Hammond records, I was suprised to find out he was a white kid. Featured on this record is Robbie Robertson on lead guitar, Rick Danko on bass and Bill Wyman on bass on 2 tracks. The drummer was from the Ray Charles Orchestra. John Hammond's best record.
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This is the blues 15 Dec. 2001
By Dennis Negley - Published on
Format: Audio CD
As a middle class '60's white teenager in Modesto, California I grew up listening to Zeppelin, the Stones, and other British invasion bands that introduced me to the blues. But when I heard John Hammond's album "I Can Tell" at a friend's house I was floored. This album has so much feeling and the playing is so good & so tight that it has to this day remained one of my favorite blues albums of all times.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
I can tell John Hammond 25 July 2007
By bbx - Published on
Format: Audio CD
If you're not familiar with John Hammond,this would be an excellent place to start.John Hammond does 2 distinctly different types of blues,acoustic and electric,this cd along with others like "Big city blues" on the vanguard label are good electric blues cds.If you happened to get an acoustic cd and didn't like it don't give up on John Hammond until you hear his electric blues.
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Blues perfection? 26 April 2011
By Willo - Published on
Format: Audio CD
One of the great blues albums of all time;past or present,black or white. If you can't find a place in your head for this album, I would suggest moving on to some other musical genre. Absolute classic!
The second of three albums where Hammond has members of ... 24 Sept. 2014
By Sid Griffin - Published on
Format: Audio CD
The second of three albums where Hammond has members of The Hawks (Danko & Robertson) backing him before they hit pay dirt as The Band, with Hammond, alas, being left to play clubs with a few hundred capacity. Which is exactly what Hammond has done, with real grace, effort and talent, to this very day (Sept 24, 2014). Rock on, John!
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