Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by bjarmson, Mar 24, 2006.
More Yazoo goodness
Ah, so THAT'S where your avatar came from! Knew it but couldn't place it.
bt has been showing us poseurs how it's done lately!
It is going to be a 45 RPM morning ummmm all those singles that made people drop there dimes in the box.
Stevie Ray Vaughan - Couldn't Stand the Weather (Epic)
Nick Gravenites w/ Michael Bloomfield
this is a Sony re-release and remaster that has 3 bonus tracks on it.
Bloomfield is really good on this recording. Most of "his" records are not that great, but his work on this and the Barry Goldberg records is out of this world.
A lot of the songs sound familiar, like they have been on another release, can't pin it down. Maybe his set lists are similar.
Gus Cannon And His Stompers
The Legendary 1928-1930 Recordings
JSP Records UK
hey check it out, this is his song
Willie "The Lion" Smith And His Cubs
Timeless Records Holland
I have been remiss about posting here...
Blind Willie McTell
Pig 'n Whistle Red
1950 Regal sessions w/ Curley Weaver
s/t - Taste
S1/S2, German press.
Arbee Stidham - There's Always Tomorrow - Folkways Records FTS 31033 - 1973
Now Playing: Hound Dog Taylor, “...and the Houserockers”
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