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It Ain't Easy - NEW!! RE-RELEASE 2005** Released worldwide on the Warner's in 1971.
One side was produced by
Elton John and the other produced by Rod Stewart. This album introduced LJB to North America and includes his signature song  Don't Try To Lay No Boogie Woogie On The King of Rock and Roll. NOTE: Also includes the gem Rock Me When He's Gone, one of the few Elton John/Bernie Taupin songs that Elton John has never released.


Everything Stops For Tea - NEW!! RE-RELEASE 2005** Released world-wide on Warner's
in 1972. This exceptional album has a wonderful album jacket art by Ron Wood of The Rolling Stones. The second of two Elton John and Rod Stewart co-produced albums for Long John Baldry. He delivers a blistering version of the late Willie Dixon's You Can't Judge a Book and it also includes LBJ and Rod Stewart's duet of Mother Ain't Dead.


Remembering Leadbelly  (2001) - Released: Canada 2001 on Stony Plain Records
This brilliant album is the definitive Baldry. All sixteen songs are wonderful particularly Rock Island Line, John Hardy, and Gallows Pole. The first thirty seconds of Good Morning Blues comes from a 1958 homemade recording of a very young John Baldry (17 years old)singing and playing at a house somewhere in Cornwall, UK.
MP3- Good Morning Blues |


LIVE - Long John Baldry Trio  (2000) - Released: Canada 2000 on Stony Plain
Long John Baldry's second live record, which was captured at the Downtown Blues Club in Hamburg Germany in Sept 1999. Long John was accompanied by longtime friend Butch Coulter and British guitarist Matt Taylor. Long John performs fabulous acoustic versions of Morning Dew, Who Back Buck, Flying, Maggie Bell and Backwater Blues


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