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Bad Avenue - Various - The Rough Guide To Chicago Blues (CD)

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  1. Kagahn
    Charlie Musselwhite discography and songs: Music profile for Charlie Musselwhite, born 31 January Genres: Electric Blues, Chicago Blues, Blues. Albums include The Healer, Stand Back! Here Comes Charley Musselwhite's South Side Band, and Get Up!.
  2. Nizragore
    Sep 21,  · VARIOUS - BLUES FROM CHICAGO SIDE A Had A Dream - Little Willie Anderson Bad Door Knocker - Little Willie Anderson Willie's Rock (instr) - Little Willie Anderson Peach Tree.
  3. Yozshugrel
    Jul 27,  · Born In Chicago is the opening track on The Paul Butterfield Blues Band’s superb self-titled debut, which helped instigate the late 60s blues boom. An earlier version of Born In Chicago had appeared on the Elektra sampler Folk Song 65 and within a month it sold 60, copies because of the song’s inclusion.
  4. Tulmaran
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Chicago/The Blues/Today! Vol. 3 on Discogs.
  5. Shagore
    A list of all time songs lyrics from the Chicago Blues style. Find the perfect Chicago Blues tracks from the world's best artists.
  6. Mazukora
    Producer and blues author Sam Charters headed the historic Vanguard Records project, Chicago/The Blues/Today!, which served to introduce the hardcore South and West side blues sounds to a new young audience in While Vanguard did not record the big names of Chicago like Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf, and Jimmy Reed, who were under contract to other labels, Charters went for the cream .
  7. Voran
    AllMusic Review by Michael Erlewine This is one of the all-time great blues series ever recorded. Aside from the classic Chess albums (Muddy Waters, Little Walter, Howlin' Wolf, etc.), there is no better introduction to Chicago-style blues than this three-volume set. Each one is incredible.
  8. Malajinn
    When blues historian Samuel Charters released his three-volume collection of Chicago blues in , it had an impact on the rock and roll world similar to that of Harry Smith's Anthology of American Folk Music, exposing a new, predominantly white generation to the sounds of the urban blues Mecca/5(35).

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