Hot And Cool Blues - Bobby Byrne And His NBC Dixieland Band / Kai Winding And His Birdland All-Stars - Dixieland Vs Birdland - A Battle Of Jazz (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Bobby Bland earned his enduring blues superstar status the hard way: without a guitar, harmonica, or any other instrument to fall back upon. All Bland had to offer was his magnificent voice, a tremendously powerful instrument in his early heyday, injected with charisma and melisma to spare.
  2. Bobby "Blue" Bland is the consummate professional in the studio, delivering a truckload of classic performances over the second half of the 20th Century. However, live, an intoxicating interplay occurs between Bland and his band, and between Bland and his audience.
  3. Backwater Blues Band - FLORIDA. Bad Dog. The Bad Influence Band - d.c. Bobby G. Band - florida. Boogie Bob Baldori. Don Baker - Ireland. Pam Baker - maine. Marcia Ball - texas. Tom Ball and Kenny Sultan. Robin Bank$ Blues Band. Michael Barclay Blues Band - california. Greg Barker & Highway 61 - california. Barney-Adams Blues Attitude-Canada.
  4. The Bobby Lewis Blues Band, based out of the Washington, DC area, prides itself on its motto of “we’re having a party and you are all invited!” Consisting of a quintet of highly experienced musicians who have played regionally, nationally and internationally, The Bobby Lewis Blues Band delivers blues with excellent musicianship, a taste of groovy soul and a whole lot of fun.
  5. Hot Jazz, Cool Blues & Hard-Hitting Songs by Barbara Dane, released 16 February 1. I Am a Weary and Lonesome Traveler 2. Way Behind the Sun 3. Victim to the Blues 4. Working People's Blues 5. Come by Here 6. It Isn't Nice 7. Deportees (Plane Wreck at Los Gatos) 8. I Don't Want Your Millions, Mister 9. Ballad of Richard Campos
  6. On June 23 of last year, the blues lost one of its greatest singers with the death of Bobby “Blue” Bland at age Best known for a year run with Duke Records that yielded such classics as “I Pity The Fool,” “I’ll Take Care Of You,” and his reworking of T-Bone Walker’s “Stormy Monday Blues,” he was a major influence on singers as diverse as Mick Hucknall and Elvis Presley.
  7. BLUES, - (1 Song) Memphis Blues. Blues. Handy, W. C.; REC: Louis Armstrong; Fletcher Henderson: BLUES, - (5 Songs) After You've Gone.
  8. The second round of King's Battle of the Blues series features another healthy dose of tracks by Roy Brown and Wynonie Harris. And while more academically minded fans will want to first check out the wealth of earlier classics these two singers cut in the '40s, this roundup of '50s material will still provide a fine introduction to both of these giants.

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