Johnny Jenkins

American blues singer Ma Rainey (1886–1939), the "Mother of the Blues"

American left-handed blues guitarist, who helped launch the career of Otis Redding.

- Johnny Jenkins
American blues singer Ma Rainey (1886–1939), the "Mother of the Blues"

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Allman performing at the Fillmore East in 1971

Duane Allman

American rock guitarist, session musician, and the founder and original leader of the Allman Brothers Band, for which he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1995.

American rock guitarist, session musician, and the founder and original leader of the Allman Brothers Band, for which he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1995.

Allman performing at the Fillmore East in 1971
The graves of Duane Allman and Berry Oakley
"Remember Duane Allman" tribute, carved into an excavation face next to Interstate 20 in 1973
Big House Van with Gazebo in Central City Park, Macon, GA

While at Muscle Shoals, Allman played on recordings by numerous artists, including Clarence Carter, King Curtis, Aretha Franklin, Laura Nyro, Wilson Pickett, Otis Rush, Percy Sledge, Johnny Jenkins, Boz Scaggs, Delaney & Bonnie, Doris Duke and jazz flautist Herbie Mann.

These Arms of Mine (Otis Redding song)

Song written by soul musician Otis Redding.

Song written by soul musician Otis Redding.

Redding was at that time a member of Pat Teacake's Band, consisting of lead guitarist Johnny Jenkins, bassist Pat Teacake and vocalist/songwriter Redding, who also served as driver for Jenkins, who did not have a driver's license.

Ton-Ton Macoute!

Ton-Ton Macoute! is the 1970 debut solo album of American blues musician Johnny Jenkins.

Go Let It Out

Song by English rock band Oasis, written by the band's lead guitarist, and chief songwriter, Noel Gallagher.

Song by English rock band Oasis, written by the band's lead guitarist, and chief songwriter, Noel Gallagher.

The song samples the drums from Johnny Jenkins' version of Dr. John's "I Walk on Guilded Splinters."

Loser (Beck song)

Single by American musician Beck.

Single by American musician Beck.

The song's drum track is sampled from a Johnny Jenkins cover of Dr. John's "I Walk on Gilded Splinters" from the 1970 album Ton-Ton Macoute!.

Pain in My Heart

Debut album of soul singer-songwriter Otis Redding.

Debut album of soul singer-songwriter Otis Redding.

Johnny Jenkins – guitar

The Great Otis Redding Sings Soul Ballads

Second studio album by American soul singer-songwriter Otis Redding, released in 1965.

Second studio album by American soul singer-songwriter Otis Redding, released in 1965.

Johnny Jenkins – guitar

Godchaux singing with her band, November 6, 2009, in Blacksburg, Virginia.

Donna Jean Godchaux

American singer, best known for having been a member of the Grateful Dead from 1972 until 1979.

American singer, best known for having been a member of the Grateful Dead from 1972 until 1979.

Godchaux singing with her band, November 6, 2009, in Blacksburg, Virginia.
Donna Jean Godchaux in 2008

Ton-Ton Macoute! – Johnny Jenkins – 1970

To Hell and Black

Debut and only studio album by American hip hop group Capital Punishment Organization.

Debut and only studio album by American hip hop group Capital Punishment Organization.

"I Walk On Gilded Splinters" by Johnny Jenkins (1970)

Herbie Hancock, one of the pioneers of jazz-funk

Robert Popwell

American jazz-funk bass guitarist and percussionist.

American jazz-funk bass guitarist and percussionist.

Herbie Hancock, one of the pioneers of jazz-funk

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