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8 thoughts on “ Blues, Blues, Blues - Piano Red - Live And Feelin Good (Cassette)

  1. Originally release in the mids on LP as Ain't Gonna Be Your Lowdown Dog No More, this CD covers parts of two sets from Piano Red's very successful Montreux concerts. Piano Red treats his huge Montreux audience to the same mixture of good time blues and boogie woogie as the visitors to Muhlenbrink's Saloon in the old Underground Atlanta, where he was a fixture for years.8/
  2. "I had a feeling tonight was the night," Turek said after stopping 20 shots in the Blues' win over the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday night. Turek had been since joining the Blues after.
  3. The amount of imagination and focus distinguishing Bell's popping fingerpicking work on his last three albums for Delmark ('s Blues, 's Kiss of Sweet Blues, and 's Blues Had a Baby.
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Piano Red - Live And Feelin' Good at Discogs. Complete your Piano Red collection/5(6).
  5. Jun 23,  · "The Blues Confusion": An attempt to peer through the fog. Between and , Orbis Publishing released a partworks series entitled "The Blues Collection". The series comprised 90 fortnightly issues, each including a thin magazine-sized biography (each 12 pages long) and an album on CD or cassette tape.
  6. Listen free to Big Maceo – The King Of Chicago Blues Piano (Worried life blues, Ramblin' mind blues and more). 25 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at tifidlinifitenisicnenotanrie.coinfo
  7. Radionomy features the best Blues / Blues radio stations, available all in one place. Download the brand new mobile application for free. Radionomy - Discover and listen to radio stations that you like, or produce your own and build your audience.
  8. Jerry Lee Lewis was born in in Ferriday Louisiana and blues was part of his life from day 1. He heard blues from African American sources such as Big Joe Turner, Johnny Temple and Piano Red and from country singers with blues-based styles such as Jimmie Rodgers, Moon Mullican and 5/5(1).

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