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Dont Let Your Chances Go By - Various - Q The Blues (The Story Of The Blues) (CD)

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  1. This is the fourth title in Fantastic Voyage’s Let Me Tell You About the Blues series, a series of three-CD sets compiled and annotated by Neil Slaven that trace the evolution of the blues in key American cities and regions. This time out the focus is on Texas (previous volumes in the series have covered Memphis, New York, and Chicago).
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  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Really The Blues? A Blues History Volume1 (of 4) () on Discogs.5/5(1).
  4. Sep 01,  · The video for "I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues" was filmed in the Rivoli Ballroom in London. The song, featuring Stevie Wonder on .
  5. May 21,  · Wow. Definatly one of the best Blues songs EVER. I totally love it.:D I even got to meet Big Ed, and he's the coolest guy you could ever imagine to meet Well I love this song hope you like it.
  6. Identify the musical intervals of the blues scale as well as dominant, subdominant, and root chords of the blues. Transpose the blues progression and blues scale into various keys. Identify half-tones not found in a chromatic scale. The Blues Teacher’s Guide 1.
  7. Let Me Tell You About the Blues New York - Let Me Tell You About the Blues: New York and we don’t sell your information to others. Learn more. Ships from and sold by RAREWAVES-IMPORTS. Buy used: $ + $ shipping. three CD release, the third chapter in the Let Me Tell You About The Blues, a series of multi-CD sets that /5(2).
  8. The This Is the Blues series from Eagle Records (there are four volumes thus far, of which this is the third) features players from the late-'60s/early-'70s golden age of classic British blues-rock covering, for the most part, songs by Willie Dixon and John Lee Hooker, all drawn from a series of tribute albums originally produced by Peter tiatinanobusvobespawiniverba.coinfo fact that everything on these volumes was.
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