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Lonely Night Blues - Graham Jackson (4) & Lee Neal (2) - From Classic To Jazz (Vinyl, LP)

8 Reply to “ Lonely Night Blues - Graham Jackson (4) & Lee Neal (2) - From Classic To Jazz (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Faujora says:
    The Special 20's are Chicago based blues and swing band, specializing in Chicago Blues, Jazz, West Coast Swing and 50's Rock n' Roll!!!! They put on a great show that will have your crowd dancing. They play music that will appeal to anyone, old, young, music lovers, blues /5.
  2. Taurr says:
    Sep 24,  · Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Jackson Blues (Remastered - ) · John Lee Williamson The Bluebird Recordings ℗ Recorded prior to
  3. Mooguktilar says:
    Baton Rouge blues singer-guitarist Lil’ Ray Neal served as sideman to blues and rhythm-and-blues legends for nearly 40 years. He’s been a supporting player for John Lee Hooker, Big Mama.
  4. Arashishicage says:
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Lee Jackson - Lee Jackson at Discogs. Complete your Lee Jackson collection.5/5(1).
  5. Moogukazahn says:
    The first is a classic bar band blues set with backing provided by regulars from the Muddy Waters band. The second veers more toward R&B and rock. The first album is definitely superior but since it is sold at single CD prices, the second album is really just a bonus/5(5).
  6. Goltishura says:
    Mar 11,  · > Neal was the daughter of internationally known Baton Rouge blues man > Raful Neal and the brother of musician Kenny Neal. > She released three CDs between 19that veered between blues.
  7. Tumi says:
    May 01,  · The Dublin-based producer follows up releases on Permanent Vacation, Hivern Discs and All City with his first full-length record. Recorded largely on the legendary SP sampler that has been made a household name by everyone from DJ Premier to Moodymann, the album glistens with a classy sheen lent to it by the machinery it was built on.
  8. Femuro says:
    Prior to it, my only real exposure to Joe Jackson was Night and Day. To say Night Music is a little different is an understatement. It is at once haunting, majestic, dark, sad, and exhilarating, but definitely not the pop- or jazz-infused work that most people know Jackson /5(21).

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