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Hoochie Coochie Man - Legendary Blues Band - Prime Time Blues (CD, Album)

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  1. Hoochie Coochie Man 9. Boom Boom Corrina Corrina Bright Lights, Big City Black Girl “To Kill A Mockingbird” is the first CD release by the British teenage blues band The Malchicks, headed by Scarlett Wrench’s haunting and dusky lead vocals, and George Perez’s powerful, melodic, Spanish influenced blues guitar.
  2. This four-CD, song boxed set covers more than 50 years of the blues and is a great introduction to the major blues guitar figures, especially in the period between and Mean Old World is a good single-source reference for the many styles and personalities that make up guitar-based blues.
  3. Happy Birthday to Robert Plant, who turns 72 today (August 20th)!!! Although Plant has enjoyed a successful solo career since , he will always be best known for his years fron.
  4. 21st Century Man, an album by Hoochie Coochie Blues Band on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services.
  5. Compact disc. Description: 1 audio disc: digital, stereo ; 4 3/4 in. Contents: You never miss me --Stop your complaining --Lonesome for my baby --Blues today --Monday morning --Sweet thing (Song for Mary) --I don't know --Hoochie coochie man --Big town playboy --One day till Christmas. Responsibility: Legendary Blues Band.
  6. The Legendary Blues Band has been around, in one form or another since the early 's. Originally formed by former Muddy Waters sidemen, the group included Pinetop Perkins on piano and the great Jerry Portnoy on Harmonica. This later incarnation of the group now finds Madison Slim on harmonica as well as other Chicago Blues enthusiasts filling in.4/4(1).
  7. This consummate CD offers down-home family blues -- alive and electric -- from the father and son guitar team, Bryce and BillyLee. For their third outing, the Stratmasters show that family chores can be a labor of love, as they offer up a delectable and heart-rending combination of .
  8. John William "Long John" Baldry (12 January – 21 July ) was an English-Canadian blues singer and voice the s, he was one of the first British vocalists to sing the blues in clubs and shared the stage with many British musicians including the Rolling Stones and the achieving stardom, Rod Stewart and Elton John were members of bands led by Baldry.
  9. A Celebration of Blues & Soul features Sam Moore’s performance of “Soul Man,” Dr. John’s performance of “Right Place, Wrong Time,” Bo Diddley’s performance of “Hey! Bo Diddley,” with Ronnie Wood from the Rolling Stones, “Hoochie Coochie Man,” performed by Willie Dixon with Albert Collins, fellow Blues .

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