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Confessin The Blues - Various - Okeh Chicago Blues

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  1. Aug 01,  · The Rolling Stones have curated a new compilation, Confessin’ the Blues, that will feature songs from blues legends like Howlin’ Wolf, Chuck Berry and .
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  3. Jul 31,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Confessin' The Blues - In Collaboration With The Rolling Stones YouTube TOP 20 ROCK GUITAR SOLOS OF ALL TIME - .
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  5. Confessin' The Blues Bass – Ransom Knowling Guitar – Big Bill Broonzy, Robert Junior Lockwood * Piano – Blind John Davis Vocals – Peter "Doctor" Cleighton (Clayton) * B/5(11).
  6. Nov 11,  · HD Music» FLAC 16 bit» Confessin' The Blues (2CD, ) FLAC Confessin' The Blues (2CD, ) FLAC FLAC 16 bit / Pop / Jazz / Blues , 0 soundmaster All albums Various3/5(2).
  7. Sep 24,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Confessin' The Blues · Doctor (Peter) Clayton Doctor (Peter) Clayton ℗ Document Records Released on: .
  8. Curated and compiled by the Rolling Stones in conjunction with BMG and Universal, the double-disc collection Confessin' the Blues is designed as a benefit for Willie Dixon's Blues Heaven Foundation, but for most listeners it'll be an excellent primer on the blues.8/
  9. Jan 04,  · Confessin’ The Blues includes tracks by the biggest Blues pioneers including Howlin’ Wolf, John Lee Hooker, Elmore James, Muddy Waters, Chuck Berry, Big Bill Broonzy and Robert Johnson. All of these artists had an impact on the nascent Rolling Stones, be they influencing Keith’s guitar licks or Mick’s vocals and lyrics/5(60).

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