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  1. Yozshulabar

    Jul 07,  · Hurt sneaks in a REALLY short version of “C-H-I-C-K-E-N Blues” as well. The packaging -= as with some other recent Rock Beat releases – could certainly be improved. The digi-pak has the aforementioned notes in LARGE typeface, but the general artwork –including the cover – makes it look like a bootleg – which it is not.5/5(12).
  2. Nigis

    - Berkeley Campus Blues - Keep The Faith Baby. Bluesway () ROY BROWN and his Mighty Mighty Men - Standing On Broadway - New Orleans Women. Bluesway () JIMMY REED - Two Heads Are Better Than One - I Wanna Know. Bluesway () B.B. KING - Think It Over - I Don't Want You Cuttin' Off Your.
  3. Jusida

    A classic Miles Davis group – captured here in with incredible sound! The format is wonderful – as the tracks are quite long, and allow for lots of space for long trumpet solos from Miles, and tenor from John Coltrane – both supported beautifully by the trio of Wynton Kelly on piano, Paul Chambers on bass, and Jimmy Cobb on drums! Coltrane 's definitely in fine form – and has this.
  4. Tushura

    Vinyl and CD 1 – 1 of 1. Genre. Show. Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year; R Newport Rhythmaires: Mornin' Blues / Workin' ‎ (7", Single) Newport .
  5. Gulabar

    Top Rank Records label discography. Set up by the J. Arthur Rank Organisation with the first release in January Managed by Dick Rowe assisted by Tony Hatch, the label also released material from smaller American companies.
  6. Faukus

    NEW BREED WORKIN' BLUES WITH A RHYTHM Various NEW SEALED 60s SOUL R&B CD (KENT) $ shipping: + $ shipping. RHYTHM LOVE AND SOUL SEXIST SONGS OF R&B 3 CD SET VARIOUS ARTISTS. $ shipping: + $ shipping. Jeffrey Osborne of L.T.D. Only human cd R&b Rhythm blues funk soul Arista.
  7. Mor

    The Gun Club were a highly influential post-punk/ blues band from Los Angeles, CA that existed from to Created and led by talented maverick singer songwriter-guitarist Jeffrey Lee Pierce, they merged the contemporary genre of punk rock with the more traditional genres of rockabilly and country music, alongside X, the Flesh Eaters and the Blasters.
  8. Voodoojas

    A2: Bluin' The Blues B1: Murnin' Blues B2: Clarinet Marmalade: X USA: EVAB EP: 0: Memphis Jug Band A1: Stingy Woman Blues A2: Newport News Blues B1: Sun Brimmers Blues B2: Overseas Stomp: X USA: EVAB EP: 0: Red Norvo And His Orchestra Presenting Red Norvo A1: There Will Never Be Another You A2: While We're Young B1.
  9. Kir

    The tracks are all from the start of the 60s, and all from rare pieces of 45rpm vinyl – work by artists working in a rough blend of blues, R&B, swamp rock, and other rough-edged styles from the time.

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