- Performer:James Peterson
- Title:Too Many Knots
- Style:Modern Electric Blues
- Date of release:December 12, 1991
- Recording location:King Snake Studio, Sanford, GA
- Size FLAC version1747 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1138 megabytes
- Size WMA version1841 megabytes
- Formats:MP1 APE ADX MP4 MP2 TTA
Too Many Knots In 1970, Peterson recorded his first album, The Father, the Son, the Blues on the Perception/Today label. While he ran his blues club at night, he supplemented his income by running a used-car lot during the day. Peterson's debut album was produced and co-written with Willie Dixon, and it featured a then-five-year-old Lucky Peterson on keyboards. Peterson followed it up with Tryin' to Keep the Blues Alive a few years later. Peterson's other albums included Rough and Ready and Too Many Knots for the Kingsnake and Ichiban labels in 1990 and 1991, respectively.
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James Peterson 1937– Musician At a Glanc. elected discography Source for information on Peterson, James 1937–: Contemporary Black Biography dictionary. Peterson, James 1937–. James Peterson 1937–. At a Glanc. elected discography. In 1970 Peterson recorded his first album, The Father, Son, and the Blues, for the Perception label. Among the guest musicians appearing on the album were Willie Dixon, who also co-produced the album with Peterson, as well as Lucky, who played keyboards. In 1975 Peterson moved to Florida, where he continued to run a blues club. He returned to Buffalo in 1978, however, and opened up the New Governor ’ s Inn blues club, which lasted for three years.
Released On : Nov 03, 2006. The duration of song is 04:08. This song is sung by James Peterson.
His fourth album, "Too Many Knots for the Kingsnake", was recorded in 1991. Don't Let the Devil Ride", recorded in 1995 brought him a tremendous amount of recognition. An in demand show stopping performer James Peterson has been touring and performing nationally and internationally with almost nonstop energy. A master showman, he works his audience, giving them a roller coaster ride through the blues.
CreditsRick Bailey - Engineer, Mixing
Bryan Bassett - Guitar
Charlie Bertini - Trumpet
Ronnie Bird - Percussion
Charlie Brent - Horn Arrangements, Sax (Alto), Sax (Tenor)
Edward Crusoe - Guitar
Charles Davis - Bass
Gregory Davis - Drums
Nina K. Easton - Art Direction, Design
Bob "Rattlesnake" Greenlee - Bass, Horn Arrangements, Producer, Sax (Baritone)
Warren "King Fish" King - Engineer, Guitar, Mixing
Jimmy Payne - Drums
James Peterson - Arranger, Composer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Lucky Peterson - Drum Programming, Keyboards, Sequencing
Sylvester Polk - Drum Programming, Sequencing
Sarasota Slim - Guitar
|1||Fish Ain't Bitin' James Peterson||James Peterson||4:07|
|2||Flip Floppin' My Love James Peterson||James Peterson||4:08|
|3||Call Before You Come Home James Peterson||James Peterson||4:09|
|4||Long Handled Spoon James Peterson||James Peterson||4:43|
|5||Slob on the Knob James Peterson||James Peterson||3:30|
|6||Too Many Knots James Peterson||James Peterson||3:30|
|7||Jacksonville James Peterson||James Peterson||2:54|
|8||Every Goodbye Ain't Gone James Peterson||James Peterson||4:36|
|9||More Than One Way to Skin a Cat James Peterson||James Peterson||4:08|
|10||Blind Can't Lead the Blind James Peterson||James Peterson||3:29|
|11||Killer Rock James Peterson||James Peterson||4:24|