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Frank Frost - Jelly Roll King (CD)

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8 comments on Frank Frost - Jelly Roll King (CD)

  1. Listen free to Frank Frost – Jelly Roll King (Everything's Alright, Lucky to Be Living and more). 14 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the .
  2. Rediscovered in by Michael Frank, Frank Frost finds the opportunity to cut a new album later for Earwig (a label that Michael Frank has just created) with his friends (as the Jelly Roll Kings). We thus find the original trio of Frank Frost (voice, harmonica, organ, piano), Big Jack Johnson (vocals, guitar) and Sam Carr (drums).
  3. Frank Frost: Jelly Roll King ‎ (CD, Comp) Altaya, Charly R&B: BB Brazil: Sell This Version: TC BM Frank Frost: Jelly Roll King /5(2).
  4. Check out Jelly Roll King by Frank Frost on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on flexomercorligasireserlihati.xyzinfo5/5(2).
  5. In the late s, Frost was re-discovered by a blues enthusiast, Michael Frank, who began releasing albums on his Earwig Music Company label by the trio, now called The Jelly Roll Kings, after a song from Hey Boss Man.. Frost appeared in the films Deep Blues: A Musical Pilgrimage to the Crossroads and Crossroads.. In later years, Frost's health declined, yet he continued to play.
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Jelly Roll King - Frank Frost on AllMusic - - A master of swampy juke joint blues, Frank Frost 7/
  7. I have a cd by Charly featuring Frank Frost & The Jelly Roll Kings with 13 tracks recorded in and 12 tracks from This has always been a favourite of mine featuring down home electric delta blues in the vein of RL Burnside, Big Jack Johnson, Junior Kimbrough, etc. This cd now appears to be unobtainable but I have always loved it.4/4(3).
  8. The Jelly Roll Kings were an American electric Delta blues band. The members of the band were Frank Frost (keyboard/harmonica), Big Jack Johnson (guitar) and Sam Carr (drums). Some of their most well-known songs included "The Jelly Roll King", and "Catfish Blues". Career. The three had been playing together irregularly from and into the s under the name The Nighthawks.

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