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Various - Bluesville Volume 2 - Electric Blues download mp3 album
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Bluesville Volume 2 - Electric Blues
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Electric Blues
Released:
1988
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Label: Prestige Bluesville ‎– PRCD 9908-2. Format: CD, Compilation. Little Brother Montgomery. 7. –Little Brother Montgomery. 8.

Album · 2010 · 21 Songs. Real Australian Blues Volume 1. Various Artists. Rick Estrin & The Nightcats. Cedric Burnside & Lightnin' Malcom. The Giants, Chain, Angry Anderson, Muddy Puddles, The Poor, Tim Griffin, Black Label, The Barflys, The Straight & Victor O'Neill.

Modern Electric Blues 2CD Год: 2016 Страна: All World Жанр: Blues Rock Продолжительность: 02:39:03 Размер файла: 36. 3 MB Битрейт: 320 kbps Название: Ak. Modern Electric Blues Исполнитель: VA Год: 2016 Жанр: Blues Rock Страна: All World. Продолжительность: 02:39:03 Формат/Кодек: MP3 Битрейт аудио: 320 kbps.

Free download and listen The All Electric Blues Album. The Complete Prestige/Bluesville Recordings - Lightnin' Hopkins.

Prestige/Bluesville Album Discography By David Edwards, Mike Callahan, Patrice Eyries, Randy Watts and Tim Neely Last update: December 6, 2010. The Bluesville label was a subsidiary of Prestige Records. It was formed in 1960 and released albums into 1964. Bluesville label was used primarily for releases of blues music, although a few of the last albums issued in this series were international music. The Bluesville label had some of the better American blues artists, including Lonnie Johnson, Lightnin' Hopkins, Brownie McGhee and Sonny Terry, Roosevelt Sykes, Memphis Slim and .

Works Volume 2 is the sixth studio album by Emerson, Lake & Palmer, released in 1977. Unlike Works Volume 1 (which consisted of three solo sides and one ensemble side), Works Volume 2 was a single album and it was seemingly a compilation of leftover tracks from other album sessions. While many derided the album for its apparent lack of focus, others felt that it showed a different side of the band, with blues, bluegrass and jazz being very prominent as musical genres in this recording.

Tracklist

A1 Eddie Kirkland Train Done Gone
A2 Homesick James Homesick's Blues
A3 Memphis Slim Rack 'Em Back Jack
A4 Lightnin' Hopkins Happy Blues For John Glenn
A5 Sonny Terry My Baby Done Gone
A6 Billy Boy Arnold School Time
A7 Lonnie Johnson Big Leg Woman
B1 King Curtis I Have To Worry
B2 Roosevelt Sykes Calcutta
B3 Eddie Kirkland Down On My Knees
B4 Buddy Lucas Show Down
B5 Lightnin' Hopkins Devil Jumped The Black Man
B6 Homesick James Stones In My Passway
B7 Jimmy Witherspoon How Long, How Long Blues

Credits

  • Compiled By – Ray Topping
  • Liner Notes – Tony Collins
  • Producer [Post Production] – John Hadden
  • Sleeve – Martin Brown

Notes

A6, B6 mono

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1): DMC-3291 A-1/7-88
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2): DMC-3291 B-1/7-88