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Earl Hooker - The Moon Is Rising
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produced by Chris Strachwitz, 1931-; performed by Earl Hooker, 1929-1970 (Arhoolie Records, 1998), 1 hour 19 mins
produced by Chris Strachwitz, 1931-; performed by Earl Hooker, 1929-1970 (Arhoolie Records, 1998), 1 hour 19 mins
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Wild & Cool
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performed by Johnny Nocturne Band (Rounder Records, 1998), 45 mins
performed by Johnny Nocturne Band (Rounder Records, 1998), 45 mins
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Sweet & Swingin'
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performed by Sugar Ray (Rounder Records, 1998), 45 mins
performed by Sugar Ray (Rounder Records, 1998), 45 mins
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Blues On The Bayou
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performed by B.B. King, 1925- (Interscope, 1998), 1 hour 4 mins
performed by B.B. King, 1925- (Interscope, 1998), 1 hour 4 mins
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Take It Home
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performed by B. B. King, 1925-2015 (Interscope, 1998), 32 mins
This 1979 effort finds B.B. interpreting a number of pop-blues tunes, many of them co-written by Will Jennings and co-producer Joe Sample, with King co-writing two of the songs aboard. Even with a large, contemporary backdrop (including a seven-piece horn section and female backup singers), there's still plenty of...
performed by B. B. King, 1925-2015 (Interscope, 1998), 32 mins
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Good Understanding
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performed by Al Copely and The Fabulous Thunderbirds (Rounder Records, 1997), 42 mins
performed by Al Copely and The Fabulous Thunderbirds (Rounder Records, 1997), 42 mins
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Doin' The Sugar Too
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performed by Luther Johnson, 1939- (Rounder Records, 1997), 52 mins
A step in the right direction -- much better production, savvier song selection, including a few snappy originals, and the five-piece Roomful of Blues horn section in staunch support. The guitarist's Magic Rockers include keyboardist Ron Levy, who would go on to produce Johnson's Bullsye Blues output. ~ Bill Dahl,...
performed by Luther Johnson, 1939- (Rounder Records, 1997), 52 mins
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Freddie King: 17 Greatest Hits
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performed by Freddie King, 1934-1976 (King Records, 1997), 48 mins
performed by Freddie King, 1934-1976 (King Records, 1997), 48 mins
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