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The Original "Gangster of Love" - Tthe "Keen Records" Sessions


Download links and information about The Original "Gangster of Love" - Tthe "Keen Records" Sessions by Johnny Guitar Watson. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Blues genres. It contains 22 tracks with total duration of 01:04:19 minutes.

Artist: Johnny Guitar Watson
Release date: 2006
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Blues
Tracks: 22
Duration: 01:04:19
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No. Title Length
1. Gangster of Love (Master) (featuring Johnny) 2:45
2. One Room Country Shack (Master) (featuring Johnny) 2:49
3. Gangster of Love (Take 1) (featuring Johnny) 2:45
4. Gangster of Love (Take 2 Through Take 5) (featuring Johnny) 4:13
5. Gangster of Love (Take 6) (featuring Johnny) 3:05
6. Gangster of Love (Take 7) (featuring Johnny) 2:48
7. Gangster of Love (Take 8) (featuring Johnny) 2:56
8. Gangster of Love (Take 9) (featuring Johnny) 2:51
9. Gangster of Love (Take 10) (featuring Johnny) 2:52
10. One Room Country Shack (Take 1) (featuring Johnny) 2:55
11. One Room Country Shack (Take 2) (featuring Johnny) 2:48
12. One Room Country Shack (Take 3) (featuring Johnny) 2:47
13. One Room Country Shack (Take 4) (featuring Johnny) 2:40
14. One Room Country Shack (Take 5) (featuring Johnny) 3:05
15. Honey (Master) (featuring Johnny) 2:25
16. Deana Baby (Master) (featuring Johnny) 2:12
17. Honey (Take 1) (featuring Johnny) 2:46
18. Honey (Take 2) (featuring Johnny) 2:53
19. Honey (Take 3) (featuring Johnny) 3:31
20. Deana Baby (Take 1 Through Take 3) (featuring Johnny) 3:17
21. Deana Baby (Take 4 Through Take 5) (featuring Johnny) 3:01
22. Deana Baby (Take 5 Through Take 7) (featuring Johnny) 2:55



This one is for the really hardcore early Johnny "Guitar" Watson fans. Watson only recorded a handful of sides for Keen between his stints at RPM and King, but VSOP has managed to expand them to a full-length release thanks to the presence of the full session tapes. This means you get every take of every song (all four of 'em!), including the breakdowns. There isn't a lot of variance between takes and some are obvious flubs. Does a casual listener really want to hear Watson go through four to ten takes of any given song? Almost certainly not. But those who are seriously into the early work of Johnny "Guitar" Watson will eat this up.