Blues Album

Some articles on blues, album, blues album:

David Gogo - History
... in Victoria, British Columbia and was encouraged by the blues legend to pursue a career in blues ... Gogo formed a band called The Persuaders, which eventually opened for blues performers such as Johnny Winter, Buddy Guy and Albert Collins ... King, Otis Rush and Blues Traveler ...
Bettye LaVette - Life and Career
... This led to a tour with rhythm and blues musicians Clyde McPhatter, Ben E ... Studio in Alabama to record what was to be her first full length album ... Shoals Rhythm Section, now known as The Swampers, but Atco chose to not issue the album ...
List Of Grammy Award Categories - Genre-specific Awards - American Roots Field
... Best Americana Album Best Bluegrass Album Best Blues Album Best Folk Album Best Regional Roots Music Album Previously Awarded Best Traditional Blues Album Best Contemporary Blues Album Best Traditional Folk ...
Watermelon Slim - Biography
... Homans has been performing since the 1970s and has been linked to several notable blues musicians, including John Lee Hooker, Robert Cray, Champion Jack Dupree, Bonnie Raitt, "Count ... The first recording project to feature Homans was Merry Airbrakes, an album recorded and released on a small label in 1973 after returning from a tour of duty in ... home, involved with Vietnam Veterans Against the War, and the album had songs with lyrics reflecting drug use, spiritual exploration, and involvement with the emotional cost of fighting "enemies." The album ...
Let's Roll (album)
... Let's Roll is a 2003 blues album by Etta James ... It won a Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Blues Album in 2003, and also won the Soul/Blues Album of the Year from the Blues Foundation in 2004 ...

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    What a long strange trip it’s been.
    Robert Hunter, U.S. rock lyricist. “Truckin’,” on the Grateful Dead album American Beauty (1971)

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