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  1. Tony Joe White & J.J. Cale - Louvelda Tony Joe White was an influential musician in the '60s and '70s swamp rock scene. As one of the creators of this sound he recorded different hit songs, like “Rainy Night In Georgia” and “Polk Salad Annie”.
  2. Tony Joe White (July 23, – October 24, ), nicknamed the Swamp Fox, was an American singer-songwriter and guitarist, best known for his hit "Polk Salad Annie" and for "Rainy Night in Georgia", which he wrote but was first made popular by Brook Benton in He also wrote "Steamy Windows" and "Undercover Agent for the Blues", both hits for Tina Turner in ; those two songs.
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  4. Sep 28,  · Guitar, Harmonica – Tony Joe White Liner Notes – Bobby Weiss Piano, Organ – David Briggs (2)/5(65).
  5. Tony Joe White was an American singer-songwriter. His discography comprises sixteen studio albums, four live albums, two greatest hits albums and twenty-nine singles. Contents.
  6. Tony Joe White, an Album by Tony Joe White. Released in on Warner Bros. (catalog no. WS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Swamp Rock, Singer/Songwriter. Featured peformers: Tony Joe White (guitar, harmonica, vocals), Robert McGuffie (bass), Sammy Creason (drums), Michael Utley (piano, organ), The Memphis Horns (aka_text horns role_id aka_text, horn arrangements), Wayne Jackson .
  7. This Analogue Productions edition is the highest-quality reissue of Black and White released to date. It was mastered from the original analog tape by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio, and features unsurpassed plating and pressing on gram heavyweight vinyl by Quality Record Pressings, makers of the finest-sounding LPs in the world. The dead.
  8. Jan 23,  · Heads Up! While the Warner comp is great, you should know that Tony's opening "grunt" at the intro of "Polk salad Annie" (before the opening guitar riff-I remember it from the Monument vinyl 45) is lopped off/missing from the intro on the Archives CD.

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