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Lickin Gravy Baby - Blind Joe Hill One-Man-Blues Band* - First Chance (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Boogie In The Dark on Discogs.
  2. “A revelatory survey of Southern black virtuosity from the first half of this century, Violin, Sing The Blues For Me restores the instrument’s forgotten African-American pioneers to their rightful place in country-fiddle history.” —David Fricke, Rolling Stone, December ,
  3. Blind Joe Hill One-Man-Blues Band ‎– First Chance L+R Records ‎– LR SEALED LP Germany Blues Tracklist A1 Big Butt Woman A2 Lickin' Gravy Baby A3 Wake Me Up In The Morning Written-By – Jimmy Reed A4 Highway 13 Written-By – Jimmy Reed A5 Darling, I Love You End date: Jun 12,
  4. This set is the one Turner and his Caravan delivered at that first festival, and it was originally issued as an album in It shows a funky and versatile little uptown blues band complete with horns, plenty of swing, a lot of soul and a jazzy understanding of rock & roll. It's also a little bit of cool blues history. Man, how that music can travel!
  5. Apr 03,  · The songs on the album Country Negro Jam Session were recorded in Southwestern Louisiana between and , some in Angola Prison, others at house parties around Baton Rouge (the remaining 5 titles on CD reissue were recorded by Chris Strachwitz and Paul Oliver in ). In it’s earliest incarnation, the first 14 tracks of the 25 title program were .
  6. Blind Joe Hill - First Chance A1 Big Butt Woman A2 Lickin' Gravy Baby A3 Wake Me Up In The Morning A4 Highway 13 A5 Darling, I Love You Thank you! I've been looking for this for ages. I had the LP. Joe gave it to me so I could learn his songs. My band backed him on a few gigs, he liked a band behind him so he could Author: Xyros.
  7. Mar 05,  · A new tribute album featuring Sinéad O’Connor, Tom Waits, and the Blind Boys of Alabama attempts to revive the long-dead Texas blues musician.
  8. The term, "the blues," is thought to have first been used in the ragtime sheet music of Antonio Maggio [1, 2], publishing a song titled, 'I Got the Blues', in In Robert Hoffman published 'I'm Alabama Bound', also promoted as 'The Alabama Blues' []. (There is speculation that the term was used as early as on a song titled, 'Got Dem Blues', but no verification of such is found.).

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