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Blues Baby Blues - Tyla J. Pallas - The Chard Urton Blues Treasury Vol 6 (CD, Album)

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  1. The program concludes with a live recording from the W.C. Handy Awards, held every year in Memphis to honor the best in blues music. 6. "Sweet Home Chicago: The Blues Goes Electric: s.
  2. Beverages Blues Baby Blues is a Bring Your Own Beverages event. You are more than welcome to bring beer, cider, wine & spirits. Whatever drinks take your fancy. Soft Drinks & Water There will be water coolers available for you to fill your water bottle and you are .
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gloversville Pressing Vinyl release of The Blues Volume 1 on Discogs.
  4. Blues musicians are musical artists who are primarily recognized as writing, performing, and recording blues music. They come from different eras and include styles such as ragtime-vaudeville, Delta and country blues, and urban styles from Chicago and the West Coast. In the last several decades, blues music has developed a less regional character and has been influenced by rhythm and blues.
  5. The Chard Urton Blues Treasury Vol. 6 by Tyla J. Pallas, released 23 March 1. Kindred Spirits 2. Ruby Red 3. Save Our Souls 4. If the Mountain Won't Come 5. Lottery 6. Wheel of Fortune 7. Salvation of My Soul 8. Blues Baby Blues 9. The Dead Inference Mice and Men.
  6. Baby Blues () The image could not be loaded. The image could not be loaded. Baby Blues () 1 of 2. Edit Tags Report This. Baby Blues () Titles: Baby Blues.
  7. As someone who was raised on rock and roll I discovered the blues when Robert Cray came on the scene with Strong Persuader - so taken with the music I had to find more - the same way Art writes that he discovered this music.I must confess - I travel to several blues festivals a year, have over CDs % are blues, catch live blues bands Reviews:
  8. There are a few problems with this two-disc collection, starting with its stated theme, that the blues had a baby and they called it rock & roll. There's very little blues here, actually, and if anything, this set shows that rock & roll was a sponge if ever there was one, soaking up country, honky tonk, R&B, doo wop, and yes, the blues, in one.

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