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I Tried Hard - Various - Detroit Blues: Blues From The Motor City 1938-1954 (CD)

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  1. Zuzilkree
    BLUE ÖYSTER CULT will return with a mammoth new studio album, The Symbol Remains, this October. Coming nearly two decades after the release of the band's last studio LP, Curse Of The Hidden Mirror, the effort showcases a band which hasn't been slowed by the time passed but is simply unfazed by it. The Symbol Remains is said to be one of BLUE ÖYSTER CULT's most spirited, diverse and inspired.
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  3. Mazugor
    His success is obvious – 20 Grammy awards, crossover popularity, loyal fans dating back 40 years. Still, his career path is something of a “Do not try at home” primer for fledgling guitarists. And,.
  4. Yogami
    “An explosively sexy start to the Motor City Royals series. With this beginning, there’s no telling what other surprises Ashenden has in store.” —Heroes & Heartbreakers on Dirty For Me "Ashenden, a veteran author of the steamy and sensual contemporary, launches a Detroit-based series that plays to her strengths and readers' tastes.
  5. Malahn
    In some of these sides. You have 1 entire CD of the oldest delta playing represented by Calvin Frazier and Sampson Pittman. Alam Lomax thought enough of Sampson Pittman to include him on his Land Where the Blues Began CD. Pittman could run that slide really well. It was a revelation to me that he resided in Detroit/5(6).
  6. Samushakar
    Clinton was sunk deep into Detroit for nearly a decade before unleashing this mad dog funk on the world (recorded in the Motor City and issued on Detroit label Westbound), a street-tough older brother to Parliament that would become a huge part of the "Parliafunkadelicment Thang" (a family of creative outlets and personas that must have.
  7. Mazunos
    The cd will be mastered here in Chicago after Grammy and W.C. Handy award winner Charlie Musselwhite puts his finishing touch on it. I continued working rockabilly, blues and the R&B circuit. After having an R&B hit "The Motor City Twine," in Detroit, with Ollie McLaughlin and working mo-town with the Supremes and Stevie Wonder and other.
  8. Samura
    Detroit Blues: Blues from the Motor City Come back, baby; please, don't leave me You know the way I love you, baby; you'll never know Come back, baby; let's talk it over one more time I.
  9. Misho
    Michael Erlewine was born in Lancaster, Pennsylvania on July 18, , the first son born to Ralph and Phyllis Erlewine. Michael and his family moved to Ann Arbor when he was in the sixth grade. His father worked for the Ford Motor Company in Dearborn.

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