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8 Commentsto Cold Black Mare - Various - Swamp Blues

  1. Zulabar says:
    Jimmy Dotson was a small part of an active Baton Rogue blues scene of the ’s. Miller documented many of these artists including Lazy Lester, Slim Harpo and Jimmy Anderson Dotson cut sessions for Miller circa through
  2. JoJocage says:
    Various Artists - Louisiana Swamp Blues (Vol) Cold Black Mare 03 - Clarence Edwards And Oscar 'harp' Davis - Hi Heel Sneakers 04 - Clarence Edwards And Oscar 'harp' Davis - Pointy Brown 05 - Clarence Edwards And Oscar 'harp' Davis - Don't Play With My Mistakes
  3. Febar says:
    Swamp Blues by Various Artists - CD () for $ from fivegallonbucket.netinfo Blues Cold Black Mare - Whispering Smith; I Didn't Tell Her to Leave - Silas Hogan Considered a stone cold classic in Britain, Swamp Blues should be afforded the same pomp it's due in Brand: Ace Records Uk.
  4. Gardashura says:
    BLUES & GOSPEL. Various Artists Collections - Post War Louisiana Blues. VARIOUS ARTISTS: VARIOUS: Wolf Louisiana Swamp Blues Vol. 3 Please Don't Go/ Baton Rouge Breakdown/ Cold Black Mare/ Deep South Mose/ Looking The World Over/ Storm In Texas.
  5. Kishicage says:
    Swamp Blues / Various (CD) Average rating: 0 out of 5 stars, based on 0 reviews Write a review. Ace (Label) Walmart # $ $ 25 $ $ Out of stock Cold Black Mare - Whispering Smith. I Didn't Tell Her to Leave - Silas Hogan. Cooling Board - Brand: Ace (Label).
  6. Gardaktilar says:
    Feb 18,  · The cool thing about a fretless guitar, is that each of your fingertips turns into a guitar slide. You no longer have to feel the confines of the frets, and you can explore all of the musical.
  7. Tuzshura says:
    Dec 28,  · An instant classic when it was released as a double LP in the U.K. in by Mike Vernon's legendary Blue Horizon Records, Swamp Blues CD isn't technically an Excello Records product, but all of the veteran blues artists included in the set have strong ties to the Louisiana label/5(3).
  8. Dall says:
    Blues Guitar Various Cold Black Mare" and his harmonica-and-foot-stomp-accompanied "Baby Please Don't Go," Silas Hogan's wry "Dry Chemical Blues," Arthur "Guitar" Kelley's poignant "How Can I Stay When All I Have Is Gone," and Clarence Edwards' stark and acoustic "Cooling Board." Considered a stone cold classic in Britain, Swamp Blues /5(3).

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