Central Tracks Blues. Released by Document Records Jan 1993. "source":4,"source id":"522577","object type":4,"id":"522577","title":"William McCoy","status":0}. Listen to William McCoy Central Tracks Blues MP3 song. Central Tracks Blues song from the album Texas Black Country Dance Music (1927-1935) is released on Jan 1993. The duration of song is 03:22. This song is sung by William McCoy.
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Central Tracks Blues - William McCoy. Featured on Texas Black Country Dance Music (1927-1935). Listen to William McCoy in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Blues Tracks is the most effective learning tool you will ever use. There are over 30 tunes that range from simple to complex, all in the style of seminal blues artists like Big Bill Broonzy, . King, Robert Cray, Eric Clapton, and many others. Lead sheets include tips and scales, and the accompaniment audio tracks are long enough to let you stretch out and experiment as your chops develop. The scales shown in standard music notation, TAB, and guitar-neck diagrams.
Blues Guitar Backing Track -. - In Am. Slow Blues. Slow Blues (2). 3:40. Slow Blues (3). 5:54. Medium Blues (2). 1:48.
Out of the Blues is the nineteenth studio album by American singer-songwriter Boz Scaggs. The album, a mixture of vintage classics and four original compositions by close friend Jack "Applejack" Walroth, is the last in a trilogy that began with 2013's Memphis and continued with 2015's A Fool to Care. The album contains covers of songs by blues. Charles Donovan on Pop Matters writes, "Despite its title, on Out of the Blues, Scaggs actually takes the listener back into the blues. For the third time in a row, he deftly avoids the pitfalls of making these sorts of albums by selecting unpredictable material.
The Blues has traveled around the world and back again, and our list reflects this. With a voice echoed by Wolf and Beefheart, Charley Patton set the standard for much that followed, and he is joined by Son House, Willie Brown and Son Sims on some tracks. The performances are electrifying and careful re-mastering has made this a very listenable set of albums. This album is a sublime example of modern Blues-Rock, with a combination of slow, soulful Blues, 'film-noire' soundtracks and good-time boogie numbers. On his ninth studio album, Joe Bonamassa 's increasing confidence as a writer, as heard on 'Black Lung Heartache', 'Slow Train' and the title track, allows his songs to touch a nerve in the collective memory, like the best Blues should. The album contains covers of songs by blues musicians including Bobby "Blue" Bland, Jimmy Reed, Magic Sam, and Neil Young. It was released on July 27, 2018, on Concord Records
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|B||Out Of Doors Blues|
- Record Company – Columbia Phonograph Company, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Columbia Phonograph Company, Inc.
NotesTake 1 of Side 1 was also used.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): Ⓦ147611-1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): Ⓦ147610-2