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Dont Ease Me In - Various - Really! The Country Blues 1927-1933 (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Various: Harmonica Blues -- Great Harmonica Performances Of The s & 30s (LP, Vinyl record album).
  2. If you don't have an account, Really The Country Blues Tommy Johnson-Son House-Origin OJL Favourite Auctions TOMMY JOHNSON-VARIOUS-THE LEGACY OF" VINYL LP-UK MATCHBOX SDM EX Favourite Auctions.
  3. Country Blues or Down Home Blues has remained an important field in the Blues world since it was "discovered" by the folkies in the early 60s. You can get all the great pre-War stuff on Document, pick and choose from the charming Yazoo releases or explore all the great field recordings done in recent years.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Really! The Country Blues on Discogs/5(7).
  5. Country Blues is a catch-all term that delineates the depth and breadth of the first flowering of guitar-driven blues, embracing both solo, duo, and string band performers. The term also provides a convenient general heading for all the multiple regional styles and variations (Piedmont, Atlanta, Memphis, Texas, acoustic Chicago, Delta, ragtime.
  6. Hard-hitting band, sometimes smooth trombone, sometimes some down-to-earth preaching, with some very funky piano and gorgeous arrangements. As the title says it concentrates on country tunes and blues, but don't let that deter you, even the usually syruppy Ramblin' Rose comes out /5(5).
  7. The latest bespoke ultrasonic vinyl cleaning machine on the market, Paul Rigby cleanses his grooves with bubbles Right now, as I write these words, ultrasonic cleaning technology is the fastest changing part of the hi-fi hobby. Faster, I would say, than any digital technology I could name. Why? Because the technology is so new. New for hi-fi, at least. Because, to this point, the technology.
  8. 2 days ago · Vinyl Me, Please has a branch of their operations dedicated to anthologies. So far, they’ve all been presented as box sets. I whiffed on the Blue Note set, and I have a hard time imagining what anyone would do with those recordings to top what music Matters has already done. I’ll also be passing.

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