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Nicknamed "The Sleeping Giant" by B.B. King, Lowell Fulson is one of the finest bluesmen to ever come out of Oklahoma. Tramp, his second effort from legendary blues label Kent Records, sees Fulson at his honey-toned best. The opener and title track "Tramp" is arguably Fulson's most popular song - a funk blues cut which initially peaked at number five on Billboard's R&B Charts before becoming a minor hit for Otis Redding and Carla Thomas (who would take it to number two on that very same chart) just a single month later. Across twelve tracks, Fulson's playing is constantly funky, constantly bluesy, and constantly amazing. Don't miss a single moment - reissued on limited edition monophonic vinyl, this record sounds simply fantastic.
Nicknamed "The Sleeping Giant" by B.B. King, Lowell Fulson is one of the finest bluesmen to ever come out of Oklahoma. Tramp, his second effort from legendary blues label Kent Records, sees Fulson at his honey-toned best. The opener and title track "Tramp" is arguably Fulson's most popular song - a funk blues cut which initially peaked at number five on Billboard's R&B Charts before becoming a minor hit for Otis Redding and Carla Thomas (who would take it to number two on that very same chart) just a single month later. Across twelve tracks, Fulson's playing is constantly funky, constantly bluesy, and constantly amazing. Don't miss a single moment - reissued on limited edition monophonic vinyl, this record sounds simply fantastic.
4995879076385

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Format: Vinyl
Label: P-VINE
Rel. Date: 10/13/2023
UPC: 4995879076385

Tramp
Artist: Lowell Fulson
Format: Vinyl
New: Available--will ship direct from our distributor $53.98
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Nicknamed "The Sleeping Giant" by B.B. King, Lowell Fulson is one of the finest bluesmen to ever come out of Oklahoma. Tramp, his second effort from legendary blues label Kent Records, sees Fulson at his honey-toned best. The opener and title track "Tramp" is arguably Fulson's most popular song - a funk blues cut which initially peaked at number five on Billboard's R&B Charts before becoming a minor hit for Otis Redding and Carla Thomas (who would take it to number two on that very same chart) just a single month later. Across twelve tracks, Fulson's playing is constantly funky, constantly bluesy, and constantly amazing. Don't miss a single moment - reissued on limited edition monophonic vinyl, this record sounds simply fantastic.
        
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