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The Dick Song - Lola (56) - I Didnt Choose The Blues. The Blues Chose Me (CD, Album)

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  1. The album captures the vivid sounds and the impossible to hold back energy and soul of the Blues fathers that changed American history. NOTE: The CD is chronicled in the book of the same name by Alan Lomax as an addition to adding to your Blues collection. The book also includes a 4 track CD /5(7).
  2. Blues Trivia Questions & Answers: Music Mixture This category is for questions and answers related to Blues, as asked by users of mouffrethotfhafpapa.ciebisicomwebsmsikworldrovhanfifoca.infoinfo Accuracy: A team of editors takes feedback from our visitors to keep trivia as up to date and as accurate as possible. Related quizzes can be found here: Blues Quizzes There are questions on this topic.
  3. The Most Influential Blues Songs Of All Time. The blues artists talked, the rockers listened. Without the blues there’d be no rock’n’roll, but these influential blues songs were especially.
  4. Apr 12,  · Blues, the blues and blues music - TWO hours of best music blues instrumental songs. This blues music collection is compiled for your enjoyment. * .
  5. Me, I'll just sit here and think about you It might seem hopeless, but it ain't that bad yet It's just the blues as blues can get I need to call somebody, someone I can trust I need the number for Lovers Anonymous I'll tell 'em my story, hope they'll understand Maybe .
  6. BL - Come with Me. There are no 'blue notes' in the Mixolydian modes that clash with the blues chords. The b7 in the mode always coincides with a corresponding chord tone. Blues melodies and improvisations that use Mixolydian modes have therefore a very clean and clear sound which contrasts sharply with the usual 'dirty blues'.
  7. Jan 18,  · Historians and musicians are clear – the Blues had a direct and significant influence of what has come to be called “Rock and Roll.” As the father of modern electric blues Muddy Waters proudly stated that “The Blues Had A Baby And They Named It Rock And Roll.” As I wrote elsewhere, Brian Jones and the Rolling Stones were major interpreters of the Chicago blues (as were other British.
  8. BLUES, - (1 Song) Memphis Blues. Blues. Handy, W. C.; REC: Louis Armstrong; Fletcher Henderson: BLUES, - (5 Songs) After You've Gone.
  9. Dec 09,  · Provided to YouTube by The state51 Conspiracy Blues Won't Let Me Be · Left Hand Frank Living Chicago Blues, Vol. 1 ℗ Alligator Records & .

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