October 2

My Head Cant Rest Any More - Various - Chicago Blues Harmonicas (CD)



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Posted 20.12.2019 by Malazil in category "Rock

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  1. By Kigasar on
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Chicago Blues Harmonica - Various Artists on AllMusic - /
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  2. By Kigakazahn on
    My Head Can't Rest Any More: 2 – Baby Face Leroy: Take A Little Walk With Me: 3 – Snooky Pryor: Boogy Fool: 4 – Snooky Pryor: Raisin' Sand: 5 – Snooky Pryor: Cryin' Shame: 6 – Snooky Pryor: Eighty Nine Ten: 7 – John Lee Henley: Rhythm Rockin' Boogie: 8 – John Lee Henley: Knockin' On Lula Mae's Door: 9 – Little Willie Foster 5/5(1).
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  3. By Kagalabar on
    May 11,  · Beyond The Blues: The Blues Harmonica In Jazz Being relatively inexpensive, relatively easy to play and extremely portable, the harmonica has long been the .
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  4. By Yozuru on
    Get the guaranteed best price on Harmonicas like the Kay Chicago Blues Harmonica at Musician's Friend. Get a low price and free shipping on thousands of items.
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  5. By Fern on
    Jul 27,  · The song opens with Butterfield’s gritty blues shouting vocal: ‘I was born in Chicago in / Well my father told me “Son you had better get a gun.”’ Its powerful attack challenges anyone who thinks that because he and guitarists Elvin Bishop and Mike Bloomfield and organist Mark Naftalin are white, they can’t play urban blues as.
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  6. By Tern on
    Chicago Blues Harmonica Various Artists 13,30 € incl. 20% Ust This is a CD with some of the best Chicago Blues harmonica players: There is Snooky Pryor, the founder of the amplified Bluesharps, James Cotton, Muddy Waters best sideman on harp, Lester Davenport and many others!
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  7. By Tudal on
    The four remaining JOB sides by Pryor ("Boogy Fool," "Raisin' Sand," "Cryin' Shame" and "Eighty Nine Ten") are to be found here on this compilation, with Snooky also found in support on two tracks from a Baby Face Leroy session. With the other 13 tracks including John Lee Henley's "Rhythm Rockin' Boogie," Walter Horton's "Have A Good Time" and rare but notable sides by Sonny Boy 9/
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  8. By Tojalabar on
    1 day ago · Since then, I still listen to rock but the rest completely changed. I now only fingerpick, and listen to blues, folk, and rock bands (mostly, I'm not bound to one music genre). Recently, at my last visit to my local Guitar Center, I found myself looking at the harmonicas.
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  9. By Kecage on
    The books made no mention of such blues techniques as bending notes or playing the harmonica in a key different from its labeled key. Prewar rural blues harmonica. During the s, several harmonica players made records that give a picture of the earliest blues harmonica styles. Those recordings reveal some interesting facts.
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