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Crazy With The Blues - Various - Out Came The Blues (Vinyl, LP)

8 thoughts on “ Crazy With The Blues - Various - Out Came The Blues (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Vigor says:
    Eric Clapton was born on March 30, , in England. Clapton's musical career has developed from band member to solo artist and has allowed Clapton to be considered one of the premiere rock and blues guitarists in history.
  2. Mikahn says:
    A fine companion piece to Chicago/the Blues/ Today. A few tracks are duplicated on this but, but mainly, it's more of what is found on the earlier, classic, three cd set. Especially for fans of Junior Wells, Buddy Guy, James Cotton and a few of these other blues heroes. Even for a Vanguard blues anthology without Otis Rush, this is a wonderful set/5(9).
  3. Dilrajas says:
    A bit different than some of Dinah Washington's other 60s work for Roulette – a set that's not entirely back to the blues promised in the title, but one that's definitely got a strong bluesy undercurrent! The backing's, by Fred Norman, aren't nearly as lush as on other Roulette sessions LP, Vinyl record album.
  4. Zologar says:
    Aug 20,  · (The three-LP vinyl version of this basic edition splits “Wildflowers” onto two discs. Any version will be welcomed by vinyl enthusiasts, as the original album has long been out of print in.
  5. Gogul says:
    The Big Come Up was released through Alive Records on May 14, Alive re-presses this album regularly, often several times a year on different colored vinyl or with altered sleeve artwork. These are usually marketed as limited editions.
  6. Mar says:
    Buddy Guy & Junior Wells - Play The Blues The Deluxe Edition 2-CD Set Just off tour with The Rolling Stones, blues legends Buddy Guy and Junior Wells teamed with Eric Clapton for this album collaboration that includes a guest appearance by Dr. John.
  7. Virisar says:
    Various Artists The Best of Chess: Original Versions of Songs in Cadillac Records CD. 3 Reviews. Price Donnie Fritts - Oh My Goodness (Vinyl LP) LP. 0 Reviews. Billy F. Gibbons - The Big Bad Blues (vinyl) LP. 1 Review.
  8. Yozshusar says:
    Argo Records was a record label in Chicago that was established in as a division of Chess Records.. Originally the label was called Marterry, but bandleader Ralph Marterie objected, and within a couple of months the imprint was renamed Argo.. Although Chess was a blues label, the Argo division began to record jazz in and over decades attracted some big names: Gene Ammons, Kenny.

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