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All Your Love - Various - Blues Masters, Volume 2: Postwar Chicago Blues

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  1. Though each of the individual volumes -- Urban Blues, Post-War Chicago Blues, Texas Blues, Harmonica Classics, and Jump Blues Classics -- is impressive in its own right, collecting them as Blues Masters Vols. makes them a convenient and comprehensive primer of the blues 9/
  2. Various - Blues Masters, Volume 2: Postwar Chicago Blues (CD, Comp, RM) Label: Rhino Records (2) Cat#: R2 Media Condition: Media: Near Mint (NM or M-) Sleeve Condition: Sleeve: Very Good Plus (VG+) All CD discs in excellent condition (unless otherwise noted). Listed as NM with no scratches, scuffs, or finger prints/5(9).
  3. After moving to Chicago at the age of nineteen, he was signed by Cobra Records and became well known as a bluesman after his first record, "All Your Love" in He was known for his distinctive tremolo-guitar playing. After moving to Chicago in , his guitar playing earned bookings at blues clubs on Chicago's West Side.
  4. Albert King's 6'4" stature was dwarfed only by the massive sound he made when he wrapped his huge hands around a Flying V guitar, pulling rather than pushing on the strings due to his left-handed.
  5. Nov 19,  · This CD is one of the best installments in Rhino's generally excellent "Blues Masters" series. It brings together 18 recordings by some of the best and most renowned artists on the Chicago blues scene, and the postwar Chicago blues scene is of course "where it's at" as far as classic electric blues goes/5(7).
  6. Because our MP3s have no DRM, you can play it on any device that supports MP3, even on your iPod! KBPS stands for kilobits per second and the number of KBPS represents the audio quality of the MP3s. Here's the range of quality: kbps = good, kbps = great, kbps = .
  7. Otis Rush song lyrics collection. Browse 86 lyrics and Otis Rush albums. Blues Masters, Volume 2: Postwar Chicago Blues. Classics From the Roadhouse. House of Blues: Essential Chicago Blues (disc 1) Blues Masters, Vol. 2: Turn on Your Love Lights. Best of Chess, Vol. 1. The Cobra Records Story, Vol. 2.
  8. The Blues Collection" was a magazine series devoted to examining the wealth of history surrounding the emergence of 'electric blues' and the artists concerned. Each issue, published between & , was devoted to an artist's work and was accompanied by a compilation recording of their songs.

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