Various - Good Mornin', Blues - The Legendary Bluesmen mp3 flac download
|Title:||Good Mornin', Blues - The Legendary Bluesmen|
|Date of release:||2004|
|MP3 album size:||1545 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1631 mb|
|Digital formats:||ASF WMA VQF MP2 FLAC MPC DMF|
"BluesMen Channel" Quote: "the Blues decides in whom to settle.
Blues - Guitars, bass and drums. Warranty Information. We guarantee all CDs to be new, unless they are marked as used. DWM Music will also replace broken jewel cases or defective CDs. Please let us know if there are any problems at all. We are totally committed to your entertainment and satisfaction.
Yes, good mornin', good mornin', good mornin', mister blues Blues, I wonder, I keep wonderin' what you're doin' here so soon. Men who play electric gutair. Legendary American bluesmen Robert Johnson, left, and Johnny Shines, circa 1935.
Boy, was he ever right. I say, gimme the Blues. Robert Johnson soon met other Bluesmen who strongly influenced his early style - Son House, Willie Brown, and particularly the raw and intense Son House. The Bluesman Ike Zinnerman became Robert Johnson’s mentor - teaching him everything he knew. In 1931 he married again - to a woman more than 10 years his senior with three small children. Lewis frequently told interviewers that Handy was the man who gave him his first good guitar. Lewis, considered by many to be the quintessential Beale Street bluesman, was rediscovered by the national blues-folk revival in the 1960s. He was featured as an opening act at the Rolling Stones 1975 appearance at the Liberty Bowl.
Pre-war acoustic blues was part of the Negro folklore, therefore, the attitude of the white population towards him was very bad. By the end of the forties of the last century, the electric guitar finally settled in the blues. It is difficult to say what pushed many bluesmen to switch from the usual acoustic guitar to the electric one, but the blues has changed a lot since then. Most often associated with electric blues are the names of Muddy Waters, Bee King, T-Bon Walker and Albert Collins. Each of these musicians (and many more not mentioned) were the personification of their time.
Listen free to Various Artists – 101 - The Best of Electric Bluesmen (Boom Boom, Everyday I Have The Blues and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Deleting this artist may remove other artists and scrobbles from your library - please handle with caution! Note: You can view albums tagged as 'Various Artists' in your library here. The term Various Artists is used in the record industry when numerous singers and musicians collaborate on a song or collection of songs. fm, compilation album tracks appear under the name of Various Artists erroneously because the individual artist is not listed in the album's ID3 information.
Free download and listen Good Mornin' Blues. Count Basie, Joe Williams. Tracks count: 8. Views: 3. Count Basie, Joe Williams - Baby Won't You Please Come Home 01:53. Count Basie, Joe Williams - Cherry Red 02:47. Count Basie, Joe Williams - Gee Baby, Ain't I Good to You 02:26. Astaire Time - Count Basie, Various Artists. Count Basie 1939 - Count Basie. Count Basie: Eight Classic Albums - Count Basie. Basie Meets Bond - Count Basie, Count Basie & His Orchestra. Jazz Piano Masters Vol. 2 - Count Basie.
Yungjohnn – Oobe Peter Garsteinauer – Talking About Things Vargas Blues Band – Walking The Back Streets And Cryin Big House – Ain't Slept In Our Bed Ana Popovic – Nothing Personal . Blues Alliance – Who's Been Talking Fabian Anderhub – It's A Blues Thing Eric Street Band – The Wrong Road Scott Ellison – King Of The Blues.
Various – Bluesmen 2. 레이블: Guimbarda – 30111027. Previously released under the title Southern Prison Blues on Everest Records (TR 2066). Previously released in Spain in 1979 as Bluesmen 2. 다른 버전(10개 중5개) 모두 보기. 카탈로그 번호.
Gold is a compilation album by The Moody Blues, released in 2005 by Polydor. All songs were written by Justin Hayward and performed by The Moody Blues, except where noted. Justin Hayward – guitar, vocals. John Lodge – bass, guitar, vocals. Michael Pinder – keyboards, vocals. Ray Thomas – vocals, flute, percussion, harmonica. Graeme Edge – drums, percussion, vocals. John Lodge – bass, vocals.
|1||–Leadbelly||Good Mornin', Blues||2:52|
|2||–Mississippi John Hurt||Candy Man Blues||2:44|
|3||–Charley Patton||Stone Pony Blues||2:49|
|4||–Big Bill Broonzy||I Can't Be Satisfied||2:44|
|5||–Tommy Johnson||Canned Heat Blues||3:36|
|6||–Blind Lemon Jefferson||Matchbox Blues||2:52|
|7||–Roosevelt Sykes||"44" Blues||2:59|
|8||–Sleepy John Estes||Floating Blues||3:09|
|9||–Lonnie Johnson||No More Troubles Now||3:13|
|10||–Kokomo Arnold||Milk Cow Blues||3:06|
|11||–Leroy Carr & Scrapper Blackwell||When The Sun Goes Down||2:55|
|12||–Blind Willie McTell||Georgia Blues||3:01|
|13||–Son House||My Black Mama||3:05|
|14||–Big Joe Williams||(Baby) Please Don't Go||2:47|
|15||–Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup||That's All Right Mama||2:52|
|16||–Bukka White||Shake 'Em On Down||2:59|
|17||–Blind Boy Fuller||Truckin' My Blues Away||3:05|
|18||–Robert Johnson||Crossroad Blues||2:27|
|19||–Sonny Boy Williamson||Good Morning, School Girl||3:01|
|20||–T-Bone Walker||Call It Stormy Monday||3:00|
|21||–Brownie & Sonny*||Stranger Blues||2:21|
|22||–Big Joe Turner & Pete Johnson||Roll 'Em, Pete||2:48|
|23||–Lightnin' Hopkins||Short Haired Woman||2:22|
|24||–Jimmy Witherspoon||'Ain't Nobody's Business||2:55|
|25||–John Lee Hooker||Boogie Chillen||3:06|
|26||–Muddy Waters||Rollin' Stone||3:05|