Here Jasmine Records have another tribute to the great Texas blues guitarists this time focusing on Pee Wee Crayton. As with many Texas blues guitarists he was influenced by T-Bone Walker. However unlike many other T-Bone followers he managed to imbue his style with considerably more original elements which gave him an enviable chart run in the late 1940s. Includes his singles recorded for Gru V Tone, Modern, Recorded in Hollywood, Imperial and VeeJay between 1947 & 1957. This set showcases some of the best examples of his work such as his #1 hit "Blues After Hours" plus "Texas Hop" "I Love You So" and many more. Considering how influential his guitar techniques became Pee Wee Crayton is a generally underappreciated talent. In recent years his importance has certainly been reappraised and here are 55 examples of his exemplary art.
Here Jasmine Records have another tribute to the great Texas blues guitarists this time focusing on Pee Wee Crayton. As with many Texas blues guitarists he was influenced by T-Bone Walker. However unlike many other T-Bone followers he managed to imbue his style with considerably more original elements which gave him an enviable chart run in the late 1940s. Includes his singles recorded for Gru V Tone, Modern, Recorded in Hollywood, Imperial and VeeJay between 1947 & 1957. This set showcases some of the best examples of his work such as his #1 hit "Blues After Hours" plus "Texas Hop" "I Love You So" and many more. Considering how influential his guitar techniques became Pee Wee Crayton is a generally underappreciated talent. In recent years his importance has certainly been reappraised and here are 55 examples of his exemplary art.
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Golden Decade: Texas Hop & Selected Singles (Uk)
Artist: Pee Crayton Wee
Format: CD
New: In Stock 16.99
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Don't Ever Fall In Love
2. Pee Wee Special
3. Blues After Hours
4. I'm Still In Love With You
5. Central Avenue Blues
6. Texas Hop
7. Boogie Woogie Upstairs
8. Rock Island Blues
9. When Darkness Falls 1
10. The Bop Hop 1
11. I Love You So 1
12. Brand New Woman 1
13. Long After Hours 1
14. Old Fashioned Baby 1
15. Bounce Pee Wee 1
16. Please Come Back 1
17. Rockin' The Blues 1
18. Huckle Boogie 1
19. Some Rainy Day 2
20. Louella Brown 2
21. Answer To Blues After Hours 2
22. Good Little Woman 2
23. Dedicating The Blues 2
24. Tired Of Travelin' 2
25. Change Your Way Of Lovin' 2
26. Poppa Stoppa 2
27. Thinking Of You 2
28. Cool Evening 2
29. Have You Lost Your Love For Me 3
30. When It Rains It Pours 3
31. Daybreak 3
32. Crying And Walking 3
33. Pappy's Blues 3
34. Baby Pat The Floor 3
35. I'm Your Prisoner 3
36. My Little Dreamboat - Homer The Great 3
37. Steppin' Out - Homer The Great 3
38. Do Unto Others 3
39. Every Dog Has A Day 4
40. Win-O 4
41. Hurry Hurry 4
42. I Need Your Love 4
43. My Idea About You 4
44. I Got News For You 4
45. You Know, Yeah 4
46. Runnin' Wild 4
47. Eye Full Of Tears 4
48. Yours Truly 4
49. Be Faithful 5
50. I Must Go On 5
51. Don't Go 5
52. A Frosty Night 5
53. The Telephone Is Ringing 5
54. I Found My Peace Of Mind 5
55. I Don't Care

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Here Jasmine Records have another tribute to the great Texas blues guitarists this time focusing on Pee Wee Crayton. As with many Texas blues guitarists he was influenced by T-Bone Walker. However unlike many other T-Bone followers he managed to imbue his style with considerably more original elements which gave him an enviable chart run in the late 1940s. Includes his singles recorded for Gru V Tone, Modern, Recorded in Hollywood, Imperial and VeeJay between 1947 & 1957. This set showcases some of the best examples of his work such as his #1 hit "Blues After Hours" plus "Texas Hop" "I Love You So" and many more. Considering how influential his guitar techniques became Pee Wee Crayton is a generally underappreciated talent. In recent years his importance has certainly been reappraised and here are 55 examples of his exemplary art.