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9 thoughts on “ Chicago Blues - The Knightsbridge Strings - Blue Violins (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Play next; Play now; The Singer Not the Song Theme (From "The Singer Not the the Song") by Philip Green - Topic.
  2. Electric Chicago Blues was developed in the late '40s and early '50s, taking what was essentially Delta blues, amplifying it, and putting it into a small-band context. Taking the basic guitar and harmonica lineup and fortifying it with drums, bass, and piano (sometimes saxophones), the form created what we now know as the standard blues band.
  3. Blending jazz, soul, rock, and blues, the album contains a nostalgia that is easier to feel than describe. Much like Miles Davis’s Kind of Blue, Van Morrison brought into the studio little more than a basic outline of the songs, allowing the album to come together in a more creative and spontaneous manner. The highly subjective it-just-sounds.
  4. Weezer (Blue Album) [Numbered Limited Edition Blue Coloured g Vinyl LP] by Weezer (Vinyl, Oct, Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab) out of 5 stars (8) Total Ratings 8.
  5. Aug 15,  · Muddy Waters At Newport (Chess LP, ) Listen / Buy. Do not be fooled – Muddy Waters may have posed with his friend John Lee Hooker’s semi-acoustic guitar for the cover shot of this album, but he was about to go onstage with a Fender Telecaster and light up a receptive Newport Jazz Festival with % electric Chicago blues.
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Best of Chicago Blues [Vanguard LP] - Various Artists on AllMusic - - These mostly '60s recordings of tough Chicago 9/
  7. Explore releases from The Knightsbridge Strings at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from The Knightsbridge Strings at the Discogs Marketplace.
  8. The Blues was born in the Delta and grew up on its journey from the country to the city, but the place it came of age was Chicago. Chicago had a Blues tradition from the 20′s onwards, when the post-WWI ‘black diaspora’ brought the Blues northwards, as workers left the countryside for the cities.

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