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Tomorrow Night - Lonnie Johnson (2) / George Dawsons Chocolateers - Tomorrow Night / Dizzy Dazzy (Vinyl)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Tomorrow Night on Discogs/5(2).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Tomorrow Night on Discogs. Label: King Records (3) - KS ,King Records (3) - KS • Series: Blues Master Series • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Blues • Lonnie Johnson (2) Tomorrow Night /5(7).
  3. PARADISE (Detroit label) Dizzy Dazzy/[Tomorrow Night - Lonnie Johnson] - George Dawson's Chocolateers - 12/47 My Buddy/Swing Teaser - Thornton "Dry" Ross" with George Dawson's Chocolateers - 12/47 Mid-Semester Blues/I'm So Right Tonight - Evelyn Collins with George Dawson's Chocolateers - 12/47 Hi-Lo (Chocolate Williams & His.
  4. Dec 31,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Lonnie Johnson - Tomorrow Night (Live Hd) YouTube Lonnie Johnson - Another Night To Cry - Duration: Luiz Paulo Carvalho 3,, views.
  5. Tomorrow night, will all the thrills be gone? Tomorrow night, will it be just another memory? Or just another lovely song that's in my heart to linger on? Your lips are so tender, your heart is beating fast, And you willingly surrender, tell me darling, will it last? Tomorrow night, will you be with me when the moon is bright? Tomorrow night.
  6. Comment: COVER is: GOOD! 1/2" Seam Split on Top Cover. Bottom Cover Completely Taped. Heavy Dents/Bends on Cover. Heavy Ring Wear on Front Cover. Medium Wear on Cover. VINYL is: VERY GOOD Plus! Light Marks on Vinyl. Includes: "Pleasing You". This is the 'Original' 1st Pressing on the King (Blue) label! Electronic Stereo! This is a VINYL RECORD.
  7. The sound quality of this collection is not perfect. Far from detracting from the artistry of on one the electric guitar's earliest virtuosos, the intermittent cracks and pops really take the listener back to a time when music was not digital and technically 'perfect.'5/5(1).
  8. Lonnie claimed to have recorded all but about half a dozen of his + pre-war recordings out of the D position. He abandoned this approach in the main during his post-war "electric" career as an R&B and ballad singer. "Tomorrow Night" was a big hit in the late 40's on the R&B charts.

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