1970 debut solo album of American blues musician Johnny Jenkins.- Ton-Ton Macoute!
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American left-handed blues guitarist, who helped launch the career of Otis Redding.
In 1970, Jenkins released the album Ton-Ton Macoute!.
American singer, best known for having been a member of the Grateful Dead from 1972 until 1979.
Ton-Ton Macoute! – Johnny Jenkins – 1970
Special operations unit within the Haitian paramilitary force created in 1959 by dictator François "Papa Doc" Duvalier.
Ton-Ton Macoute!, a 1970 album by Johnny Jenkins.
American recording engineer and record producer.
He began producing albums with Johnny Jenkins' Ton-Ton Macoute! (1970), and went on to mix At Fillmore East (1971) and Eat a Peach (1972), and produce Brothers and Sisters (1973), and Win, Lose or Draw (1975).
Song written by Mac Rebennack using his pseudonym of Dr. John Creaux.
Johnny Jenkins recorded the song as the opening track on his album Ton-Ton Macoute! (1970), produced by, and featuring, guitarist Duane Allman.
Song written by Chris Kenner and bandleader Dave Bartholomew.
Johnny Jenkins on Ton-Ton Macoute! (1970)
Song written and originally performed by Bob Dylan for his album John Wesley Harding.
The song was also covered by Johnny Jenkins on his critically acclaimed and influential electric blues album Ton-Ton Macoute! in 1970.
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!.
List of notable events in music that took place in the year 1970.
Ton-Ton Macoute! - Johnny Jenkins
Series of 25 compilation albums released from 1986 to 1991 by Street Beat Records edited by "BreakBeat Lou" Flores.
2) Johnny Jenkins – "I Walk On Gilded Splinters" (from Ton-Ton Macoute!) (1974) Capricorn Records