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Blood Is Blue - Three Kings High - Hail (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Blood Is Blue - Three Kings High - Hail (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Faekora
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Blues on Discogs. Label: P-Vine Records - PLP,Crown Records (2) - CLP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Mono • Country: Japan • Genre: Blues •.
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  2. Voshura
    The Blues, an Album by B.B. King. Released in on Crown (catalog no. CLP ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Electric Blues, Soul Blues. Featured peformers: B.B. King (vocals, guitar), Maxwell Davis (saxophone), Maurice Simons (saxophone), Jack McVea (saxophone), Lorenzo Holden (saxophone), Charles Waller (saxophone), Bumps Myers (saxophone), Jewell Grant (saxophone), Floyd Turnham .
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  3. Goltir
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Blues on Discogs. Label: Crown Records (2) - ,Crown Records (2) - CLP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album .
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  4. Banos
    King of the Blues, an Album by B.B. King. Released in on Crown (catalog no. CLP ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Soul Blues, Electric Blues. Featured peformers: B.B.
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  5. Dir
    Vinyl Pressed at licotcogutflipalacruikyoutefeemort.xyzinfo the original liner notes for Chuck Jackson on Tour (), Bob King describes Jackson "a man with pent up talent." Consequently, this LP is the sound of that talent erupting all over the stage of the famed Apollo Theater, the same venue where Jackson .
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  6. Kigall
    Tracklist: 1. Moon River 2. The High And The Mighty 3. Three Coins In The Fountain 4. Around The World In 80 Days 5. Love Is A Many-Splendored Thing 6. Exodus 7. The Song From Moulin Rouge (Where Is Your Heart) 8. Unchained Melody 9. Never On Sunday High Noon Topics: Jazz, Pop, Stage & Screen, Easy Listening, Soundtrack Source: Vinyl LP.
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  7. Tojinn
    Jun 11,  · Debut album 'HAIL' available on vinyl or for free download here: licotcogutflipalacruikyoutefeemort.xyzinfo
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  8. Shakajin
    King Records was instrumental in crowning both Freddie and Albert King, and maybe the reason for their sharing the same alias: B.B. was the brightest star in Blues at the time, often compared to the likes of Muddy Waters and Howlin’ Wolf. This decision may have been made on marketing grounds in addition to the artists’ personal choices; Needless to say, it definitely worked in their favour.
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