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  1. Blue Guitars is the twenty-first studio album by British singer-songwriter Chris Rea, released on 14 October by his independent record label Jazzee Blue. The Blue Guitars album, packaged in the style of an earbook, consists of eleven CDs, one DVD and a full colour book, including paintings by the artist, liner notes and song lyrics. It is an ambitious project about blues music with the.
  2. Blues Rock Music on CD or Vinyl; British Pop Rock Music on CD or Vinyl There s also dance and deejay music, Latin, classical, jazz, blues, movie soundtracks, even music DVDs and more. It s a seemingly endless collection of the best hits from yesterday and today. You ll enjoy sharing songs like The Wheels on the Bus, Mary Had a Little.
  3. Various: Roosevelt Sykes (January 31, Sykes left Chicago in for New Orleans as electric blues was taking over the Chicago blues clubs. When he returned to recording in the s, He was responsible for influential blues songs such as "44 Blues", "Driving Wheel", .
  4. Oct 14,  · Many bands covered Vince Taylor and his Playboys’ bar blues song, The theme of the film Car Wash, rhythms and nomadic vibe make it one of the most memorable driving songs .
  5. With the success of CHICAGO II, radio went back and discovered hits on the earlier CHICAGO TRANSIT AUTHORITY album. Their release CHICAGO III peaked at #2, driven by the success of the tracks "Free" and "Lowdown." These three classic Chicago albums can now be experienced from a new perspective with remastered sound and expanded liner notes/5().
  6. Dec 09,  · 3. Hypnotics - Blues Patrol 4. Dean Hall - I Know Something 'Bout The Blues 5. Metropolitan Blues All-Stars - Storm Comin' Thru 6. Planet Rockers - Tennesse Woman 7. Dean Hall - My Milkman Was.
  7. Jun 09,  · Los más variados interpretes y versiones de este clásico genero, en algunos casos melancólico, en otros más dinámicos, pero siempre transmitiendo .
  8. The Stones seem especially invigorated by playing with guests, letting Jack White indulge in some Gram Parsons fantasies on a good version of "Loving Cup," playing some tough, authentic Chicago blues with Buddy Guy on "Champagne & Reefer," and surprisingly getting a ferocious performance from Christina Aguilera, who navigates Mick's complicated.
  9. Apr 18,  · " The Thrill Is Gone - BB King, Eric Clapton, Robert Cray, Jimmie Vaughan & friends - Guitar Crossroads Toyota Park, Chicago " No Medicine Like The Blues - Buck