8 thoughts on “ Hold Back The Day Break - Long John Baldry - The Best Of Long John Baldry (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. 60s British Blues pioneer Long John Baldry had just emigrated to Canada the previous year, and Baldry's Out! was the first of his many Canadian-made albums. This one topped our charts and and stayed on the radio for quite awhile. Baldry was not at his best in this pop-rock format though: he was far better belting out Delta blues solo and playing his acoustic string.
  2. Hold back the daybreak Just one more hour For my heart's sake If I have the power Then I gonna make The same mistake As I did before No, not anymore Hold back the daybreak Heaven knows when I'll ever see you again If you walk out through that door I've got to find a way To try and make you stay And forgive me just once more Help me hold back.
  3. Long John Baldry got his nickname from growing in height to 6'7. He sadly passed away July 21, due to a lung infection. Baldry also discovered the likes of Rod Stewart and Elton John.
  4. Baldrys Out by Long John Baldry one of the legends in blues, unfortunately he passed a few years back. Really nice guy had the pleasure of having met and talked with him 2 times. he always had the time. i don't think this album is in print anymore so if they still have copies on Amazon pick it up. i think this is one of his best albums. loaded with excellent musicians and singers. he goes /5(18).
  5. Sep 05,  · Long John Baldry was a force to be reckoned with. Not just in terms of his silky, theatrical vocals, but in person, too. Anyone who still remembers recording sessions with Long John will tell you that they often devolved into riotous affairs – and if sources on the recording of his LP It Ain’t Easy are to be believed, the Boogie-Woogie man recorded some of the tracks on the album flat.
  6. Long John Baldry - Biography. Long John Baldry was a Canadian singer – voice actor who was born on January 12, In the s, he was one of the first British vocalists to sing the blues in clubs and shared the stage with many British musicians including the Rolling Stones and the Beatles.
  7. British Blues pioneer Long John Baldry ( - ) recorded for Stony Plain from up until his death. It was an honour to release five of his albums and to /5(8).
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Best Of Long John Baldry on Discogs. Label: PRT - PYL • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: UK & Ireland • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Blues Rock, Vocal/5(6).

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