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|Performer:||The Big City Blues Of Errol Dixon|
|Title:||Back To The Chicken Shack|
|Style:||Rhythm & Blues|
|Date of release:||1968|
|MP3 album size:||1161 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1694 mb|
|Digital formats:||MMF FLAC APE ASF VQF MOD MIDI|
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A Back To The Chicken Shack B I Done Found Out. Other versions. Big City Blues Of Errol Dixon,The. Back To The Chicken Shack (7", Promo). Label Category Country Year. Decca F12826 UK. 1968. Related Music albums to Back To The Chicken Shack by Big City Blues Of Errol Dixon,The.
Accept is the fourth studio album by the blues band, Chicken Shack, released in 1970. Accept was Chicken Shack's last album on the Blue Horizon label. This album was also the last for Andy Sylvester, Dave Bidwell and Paul Raymond as members of Chicken Shack. It also marks a departure from pure blues to a more progressive and psychedelic sound. All songs written and composed by Stan Webb and Paul Raymond.
Watch the video for Chicken shack boogie from Amos Milburn's Fats Domino & Friends for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Hello everybody this cat is back, Looking for a place called the Chicken Shack They only serve warm beer rice and beans But it feels just like it'. iew full lyrics. Milburn participated with the Houston jazz and blues musicians. Amos Milburn (Houston, Texas, April 1, 1927 – January 3, 1980) was an American rhythm and blues singer and pianist, popular during the 1940s and 1950s. View full artist profile.
Back at the Chicken Shack is one of organist Jimmy Smith's classic Blue Note sessions, and the first to draw attention to tenor saxophonist Stanley Turrentine.
On Big City Blues Peep talks about his love for a girl who he just wants to be happy with, although he isn’t. He tells the tale of his music career mostly involving lyrics of sadness and depression, but wanting to have a love for someone.
Back at the Chicken Shack is an album by Jimmy Smith. It was recorded in 1960 and released in 1963 on the Blue Note label. Smith recorded the album at the same session as his previous album Midnight Special. It was cited in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die. Contents. Stanley Turrentine – tenor saxophone. Kenny Burrell – guitar (except 2 and 3). Donald Bailey – drums. Alfred Lion – producer. Rudy Van Gelder – engineer.
Artist: The Hoax Album: Big City Blues Genre: Blues Rock Released: 2013 Quality: FLAC (image+. cue) Tracklist: 01. Hipslicker (4:17) 02. Big City Blues (4:45) 03. Let It Shine (4:20) 04. Stick Around (4:30) 05. Can't Do Right For Doing Wrong (4:08) 06. Two Steps Back (5:51) 07. Keep On Messin' (4:02) 08. Talk Is Cheap (3:16) 09.
|A||Back To The Chicken Shack|
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|F12826||Big City Blues Of Errol Dixon,The*||Back To The Chicken Shack (7")||Decca||F12826||UK||1968|