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Long John's Blues  (1971) - Released on the United Artists label.
This was the N. American release of Long John's Blues from 1964. It includes Long John's 1964 duet with Rod Stewart on Up Above My Head which had previously been released as a single. The album jacket contains a good story by Long John about the recording of the record and many pictures of Melody Maker and New Music Express clippings from 1964.

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Looking At Long John  (1966) - Released in the UK 1966 on United Artists.
This is one of LJB's personal favorites. Includes John's version of You've Lost That Loving Feeling which he recorded and had a hit 13 years later with Kathi McDonald. Jimmy Page provides great guitar work. The cover picture was taken in France during Steampacket's final tour.
Long John's Steampacket with Rod Stewart never officially recorded under that name.

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Long John's Blues (1964) - Released in the UK 1964 on United Artists.
Musicians on this record included Blues musicians
Geoff Bradford, Cliff Barton, Ian Armit of The Hoochie Coochie Men, formerly Cyril Davies and The All Stars. One of the earliest British Blues albums, was also released in the USA and Canada on UA. Later in 1964 LJB was voted Best Blues Singer in the UK by New Music Express.

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R&B From The Marquee by Blues Incorporated (1962) - Ace of Clubs label.
Strictly speaking this is not Long John's own record, but it is of importance. Features early Baldry composition, I Thought I Heard That Train Whistle and
Jimmy Witherspoon's Rain is Such a Lonesome Sound. British Blues pioneers Alexis Korner and Cyril Davies appeared on this record, the very first British Blues album.

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