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Singing The Blues - Various - The Grand Hit Pack (CD)

9 Reply to “ Singing The Blues - Various - The Grand Hit Pack (CD) ”

  1. Nijora says:
    Yes, we will have beer at $ , wine at $ and mixed drinks at $ , along with specials each day! There is also water ($ /bottle), sold at our Grand County Blues Society tent to help raise money for the Blues in The School Program. Our vendors will also be selling various non-alcoholic products.
  2. Kazrarn says:
    Read and write album reviews for Grand Hit Pack - Various Artists on AllMusic.
  3. Arashirn says:
    Jun 13,  · Buckley: perhaps the first great cover of the original, Pam and I listened to this 1, times while editing/designing various issues of Elephant magazine, back in the day. That first breath: Love this gent. Rufus, Shrek. He gives it enough space between words and pauses between lines and he gives it guts, and real emotion.
  4. Samutaur says:
    Best Blues Albums of All Time - 10 Lists Combined. Author: erikfish. I found 10 lists of "best blues albums of all time" in books, magazines and web sites, and combined them into one list. The RYM version contains every album on two or more of the 10 lists.
  5. Daijind says:
    Still, blues rockers ZZ Top have never turned down a good sexual metaphor ("Tube Snake Boogie"), while chitlin' circuit veterans Denise LaSalle and Barbara Carr continue the grand tradition of female blues singers reveling in raunch (see Carr's timeless "Bone Me Like You Own Me").
  6. Gushicage says:
    For a blues purist such as yourself, this is not your list. It captures an assortment of the bluesier offerings from soul, R&B and even rock. All influenced by the blues, but the songs are not all able to be pigeonholed in the blues genre. I am ok with that. After five years, I am on a project reworking the list. There are some duds in there.
  7. Kigasida says:
    Criteria: These songs are vital for a basic knowledge of the history of the "Blues" genre, historical significance, defining an era, influence & to a lesser degree lasting popularity were taken into consideration.(In some cases the songwriter was given list credit rather than the artist who may have been best known for the song.).
  8. Mitaxe says:
    Sep 25,  · Inspired by the boogie beat of John Lee Hooker's recordings of the s and '50s, Canned Heat's sophomore album defined the band's trademark boogie-rock sound with a set of mostly original material. Yielding a Top Ten hit in "On The Road Again," Boogie With Canned Heat also featured the Albert King-styled rocker "Amphetamine Annie" and the country blues tune "Whiskey Headed .
  9. Zuktilar says:
    Little Walter made the Blues harp, or 'Mississippi Sax', an essential part of the Chess Records sound as he played those big, fat tones in Muddy's band. He went on to be a solo star, and the 20 tracks in this compilation are all taken from his hit singles, including 'Juke', 'My Babe', 'Mean Ol' World' and 'Boom, Boom, Out Go the Lights'.

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