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Down In New Orleans - Jimmy Nalls - Aint No Stranger (CD, Album)

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  1. Surgery and medication have only partly slowed the progress of the disease. Nalls falls down a lot, and his muscles often fail to obey his mind's commands. Despite the disease, Nalls has continued his musical career. In he released his first solo CD, Ain't No Stranger, which he co-produced with Phil Dillon for MRL Records.
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  4. Jun 03,  · (Take a Trip With Me Down to) New Orleans Gary U.S. Bonds says it all in 10 little words: “If you ain’t been to heaven, then you ain’t been there.” Boy From New Orleans.
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  6. Despite being diagnosed with Parkinson’s in , Nalls recorded his first solo record, Ain’t No Stranger, in ’ “Jimmy had such a natural relationship with the instrument that it seemed easy for the music to come through him, like he couldn’t help but play in a way that touched on all the nuances that guitar players revere, but not in any obvious, showy, ego-bound way,” said songwriter/guitarist Gary Nicholson.
  7. In , Jimmy released his first solo CD, Ain’t No Stranger, which he co-produced with Phil Dillon for MRL Records. Guest artists on the album include: Chuck Leavell, Lee Roy Parnell, T. Graham Brown, Jack Pearson, Mike Henderson, Wayne Jackson, and Charlie Hayward. Nominated for Blues Album Of The Year by the Music City Blues Society.

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