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The Long And Short Of It: The Best Of Guitar Shorty
mpn: 31006, ean: 0826663100624,
4.4 out of 5 stars with 9 reviews
Houston gave us this electrifying guitar man, who drew inspiration from Guitar Slim and gave it to a young Jimi Hendrix. Here are Go Wild!; You Better Get Wise to Yourself; Hard Life; No Educated Woman; Red Hot Mama; The Bottom Line , and more from his best Black Top and Evidence LPs!.
The Complete Imperial Recordings, 1950-1954
mpn: CD967372, ean: 0077779673728,
4.9 out of 5 stars with 111 reviews
No Description Available.Genre: Blues MusicMedia Format: Compact DiskRating: Release Date: 20-OCT-1998 A founding father of electric blues in general and Texas blues in particular, guitarist T-Bone Walker influenced countless blues players and, by extension, countless rock & rollers as well. The Complete Imperial Recordings date from the early to mid-1950s, when the idea of electric blues was really taking hold, and the two-disc set is a wealth of classic songs exquisitely performed. While
What a Difference a Day Makes
4.9 out of 5 stars with 73 reviews
Out of print in the U.S.! 1975 album from the versatile Soul/Jazz vocalist featuring one bonus track: 'What A Difference A Day Makes' (Single Version). Players on this danceable slice of Soul/Disco include David Sanborn, Steve Kahn, Joe Beck, Michael Brecker, Will Lee and others. Sony..
4.2 out of 5 stars with 59 reviews
Esther Phillips - Black-Eyed Blues
This stereo LP record album was released by Kudu Records KU-14 in 1973. Esther Phillips is backed on this album by Tim Hinckey, Ron Carter, Ian Wallace, Charlie Brown, Arthur Jenkins, Pepper Adams, Jerry Dodgion, Jon Faddis and others. The track listing is as follows:
I've Only Know A Stranger
I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good
Too Many Roads
You COuld Have Had Me, Baby
The album cover shows wear front and back with tears in
Essential Texas Blues
mpn: MFR751416128627#VG, ean: 0751416128627,
4.6 out of 5 stars with 103 reviews
House Of Blues ~ Essential Texas Blues.
Cool Christmas Blues
mpn: CDBB9561, ean: 0011661956124,
4.8 out of 5 stars with 147 reviews
Charles Brown's Cool Christmas Blues We receive various CDs from the radio cores that we remanufacture. As a result, we are are now selling them! Our CDs are professionally resurfaced and are guaranteed to work or your money back! These listings are for the disc only and do not come with the case, album art, or inserts. If you have any questions about the CDs, please do not hesitate to get in touch.This CD has been professionally cleaned and resurfaced. Item is in 100% working order and
mpn: 79354, ean: 0015707935425,
4.5 out of 5 stars with 8 reviews
NEW Combo BLUWAVS CD and FLAC FILE.
Voice Within - Specialty Singles 1950 - 55
4.7 out of 5 stars with 82 reviews
Percy Mayfield was famous for writing the timeless songs 'Hit the Road Jack' and 'Please Send Me Someone to Love', as well as being a hit-making R&B artist known for his smooth, relaxed, vocal style. Mayfield sang melancholy Blues ballads, mostly his own songs, in a gentle, sad, vocal style. His most famous recording 'Please Send Me Someone To Love', a number one R&B hit in 1950, was widely influential and recorded by many other singers. The song is a brilliant combination of sensitivity to
Very Best of
4.5 out of 5 stars with 43 reviews
Hound Dog: The Peacock Recordings
mpn: 008811066826, ean: 0008811066826,
4.7 out of 5 stars with 38 reviews
Big Mama's thunderous smash version of the Lieber & Stoller title tune leads off this collection of her 1952-58 Peacock singles. Get down as she tears up I Smell a Rat; Yes, Baby; They Call Me Big Mama; Rock-A-Bye Baby , and more! The classic ''Hound Dog'' is usually associated with Elvis Presley, but blues fans know: Presley's recording wasn't the first. That honor belongs to singer Big Mama Thornton, whose own recording of ''Hound Dog'' was eclipsed by Presley's. Her version is on this
The R&B Box: 30 Years Of Rhythm & Blues
4.4 out of 5 stars with 100 reviews
The six-CD R&B Box is impressively ambitious, arching as it does from the ''race record'' era to the day before disco. Jump blues, boogie, postwar vocal groups, shouters and honkers, early rock & roll, doo-wop, and myriad varieties of soul music all rear their heads here; while the selections may often seem obvious to longtime listeners, the set will certainly knock out anyone new to the history of these sounds. --Rickey Wright.
mpn: 50473, ean: 0724385047329,
4.5 out of 5 stars with 49 reviews
One of a kind! 2001 issue of this absolute classic 1974 album of Funk/Soul/Jazz fusion, with 4 bonus tracks incl Strawberry Letter 23 Like Stevie Wonder and Allen Toussaint before him--and Prince and D'Angelo afterward--Shuggie Otis was a musical visionary whose early 1970s recordings showed he could do it all, writing, arranging, performing, and producing some of the decade's most satisfying, innovative, and, unfortunately, overlooked music. This reissue of his 1974 Inspiration Information