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Goin' to Chicago Blues. The Best of the Blues Singers, Vol. 1. Lester Recording Catalog, LRC Records. Essential and Rare Blues Grooves.
Goin' to Chicago Blues. Blues & Swing: Sent for You Yesterday. Impulse at 50: Jazz in Black and Orange.
The Okeh Rhythm & Blues Story 1949-1957. Chi (Chicago) by Jumpin' Joe Williams With Red Saunders and His Orchestra. 10. 30. Lyin' Girl Blues (Album Version). by Jumpin' Joe Williams With Red Saunders and His Orchestra. Lyin' Girl Blues (Album Version) by Jumpin' Joe Williams With Red Saunders and His Orchestra.
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Chicago Blues 1957-1960. Released by VINTAGE MASTERS INC. Jul 2012 17 Tracks. Chicago Blues 1957-1960 is a English album released on Jul 2012. Chicago Blues 1957-1960 Album has 17 songs sung by Willie Dixon, Little Brother Montgomery, Harold Burrage. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Chicago Blues 1957-1960 songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp.
Various Artists - The Blues, Vol. 5 (Cadet LP 4051). unknown, trumpet; unknown, tenor sax; Willie Mabon, piano, vocals; Willie Dixon, bass, vocals; unknown, drums. Chicago, IL, June 1, 1955. The Seventh Son. 1957. Willie Mabon - Light Up Your Lamp, Rosetta, Rosetta (Federal 12306). Willie Mabon, piano, vocals; Ellis Hunter, guitar; Bill Anderson, bass; Lonnie Lee Evans, drums. Chicago, IL, August 16, 1957. Various Artists - Goin' To Chicago Blues! 1949-1957 (Negro Rhythm Records 107).
Album · 1993 · 78 Songs. Though some listeners may be confused by the dizzying array of styles featured here, The Okeh Rhythm and Blues Story’s greatest strength is its eclecticism, which sheds a light on the artistry of a bygone era. The Okeh Rhythm & Blues Story 1949-1957 Various Artists. Listen on Apple Music.
|A1||–Robert Jr. Lockwood*||Aw Aw Baby|
|A2||–Robert Jr. Lockwood*||Sweet Woman|
|A3||–L.C. McKinley||Blue Evening Blues|
|A4||–J.B. Lenoir||In The Evening|
|A5||–J.B. Lenoir||Please Don't Go Away|
|A6||–Forest City Joe||Ash Street Boogie|
|B1||–Willie Mabon||It's Gonna Hurt You|
|B2||–Willie Mabon||Got To Find My Baby|
|B3||–Robert Jenkins Trio||Steelin' Boogie Part 1|
|B4||–Robert Jenkins Trio||Steelin' Boogie Part 2|
|B5||–Sunnyland Slim||Back To Korea|
|B6||–Sunnyland Slim||It's All Over Now|