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Why Did You Break My Heart - The Bob Riedy Chicago Blues Band - Lake Michigan Aint No River (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Yogor says:
    Aug 07,  · Why Did You Break My Heart: I Blueskvarter Vol. 1: Johnny Young: Tired Of You Smiling All of the Arhoolie material has been collected on the Japanese P-Vine label’s Johnny Young And His Chicago Blues Band. Between 19Young recorded appeared on the Bob Riedy album Lake Michigan Ain’t No River and finally ’s I Can’t.
  2. JoJotaxe says:
    Jul 27,  · Born In Chicago is the opening track on The Paul Butterfield Blues Band’s superb self-titled debut, which helped instigate the late 60s blues boom. An earlier version of Born In Chicago had appeared on the Elektra sampler Folk Song 65 and within a month it sold 60, copies because of the song’s inclusion.
  3. Shaktijar says:
    Thanks to Bill Lupkin for sharing these amazing photos. Bill was the harmonica player in the Jimmy Rogers Blues Band and the Bob Riedy Blues Band in the early s. These images provide an insider's view of the Chicago blues scene of that time period. All photos by / .
  4. Mur says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Lake Michigan Ain't No River on Discogs/5(8).
  5. Vujind says:
    The Bob Riedy Blues Band is a reissue of the group's album Lake Michigan Ain't No River, a storming set featuring a cameo from famed harpist Carey geabguivisidoolers.lukathefolpecadislectmesrikumi.infoinfo the album doesn't really offer any surprises, it's a fine collection of straight-ahead Chicago blues that may please fans of the genre.9/
  6. Arashisho says:
    On Wednesday, Jan. 17, drummer Tris Imboden announced via his Facebook page, that he would be leaving Chicago after nearly three decades, citing the heavy commitment to being on the road. Then today (Jan. 19), the classic rock band’s lineup was rocked again when their lead vocalist and bassist, Jeff Coffey, shared news via his Facebook page that, he, too was leaving.
  7. Fenrilar says:
    World-renowned BLUE CHICAGO has been presenting the best in authentic Chicago Blues in a warm and friendly atmosphere since Located in the heart of the River North entertainment district near popular hotels and restaurants, Chicagoans and Blues fans from all .
  8. Guhn says:
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Chicago Blues - Johnny Young on AllMusic - - This is an excellent '60s recording by the 9/

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