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Tip On In (Part 2) - Slim Harpo - Trigger Finger (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. CDs 1 and 2 hold all Slim Harpo's Excello label 45s and original album tracks; CDs 3 and 4 have all the recordings unissued in Harpo's lifetime and all the alternative takes of issued songs; CD 5 features a live recording made in , one of the very earliest to capture .
  2. Nov 14,  · Determining Trigger Finger Placement Many shooters find that using the first joint of the finger on guns with heavy trigger pulls, like double action revolvers, is much easier than using the tip of the finger. The first thing we want to talk about is hand strength vs. trigger pull weight.
  3. 7" Single on 45cat: Slim Harpo - I've Got My Finger On Your Trigger / The Price Is Too High - Excello - USA -
  4. Where to Put Your Finger on the Trigger? Trigger control is without a doubt the toughest part of becoming an accurate shooter. Most people can easily align the sights and acquire a proper grip, but when it comes to pulling the trigger, that’s when things start to break down.
  5. The condition you are describing may be trigger finger (or trigger thumb), and is frequently caused by overuse. Some examples of activities that might initiate this condition are power washing a deck for several hours, using a rivet gun repetitively, leash training a dog .
  6. Dec 19,  · Slim Harpo is a definite must for anyone who digs early Rolling clerwallyleshedi.irandiegaditinitemamvahillstor.infoinfo all their models -- Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Muddy Waters-- he's the one they most closely approximated in the studio, from Mick Jagger's sly talk-singing to how the rhythm section sounded. The first time I heard "I'm A King Bee," I thought, "That's where they got it from." I have the Rhino single-disc comp, which sounds.
  7. James Isaac Moore (January 11, – January 31, ), better known by his stage name Slim Harpo, was an American blues musician, a leading exponent of the swamp blues style, and "one of the most commercially successful blues artists of his day". His most successful and influential recordings included "I'm a King Bee" (), "Rainin' in My Heart" (), and "Baby Scratch My Back" (
  8. Tip On In, Part 2 This song is by Slim Harpo and appears on the Compilation album Tip on In () and on the Compilation album The Excello Singles Anthology (). spoken: Now every Saturday night They fry those fish Make a little corn liquor I wonder can I see you here next weekend? Don't.