Papa John Creach (1917-1994) was an American blues violinist, who also played classical, jazz, be-bop, R&B, and acid rock. Early in his career, he performed with such luminaries as Louis Armstrong, Fats Waller, and Nat King Cole. Creach released his first solo album in 1971, titled simply Papa John Creach. Members of Jefferson Airplane made appearances on the album along with members of the Grateful Dead, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Santana, and Tower of Power. It was indeed a special album and also a special time in musical history. Culture Factory is proud to re-issue Papa John Creach's debut album on beautiful translucent blue vinyl with orginal label, a printed inner sleeve, cardboard jacket and LP spine folder.
The Janitor Drives A Cadillac | St. Louis Blues | Papa John's Down Home Blues | Plunk A Little Funk | Over The Rainbow | String Jet Rock | Danny Boy | Human Spring | Soul Fever | Everytime I Hear Her Name