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My Home In The Desert - Various - Raw Blues (Cassette)


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1967
Label: Decca - TIMC 93030 • Series: The Timeless Series - TIMC 93030 • Format: Cassette Compilation Dolby • Country: Canada • Genre: Blues • Style: Electric Blues, Chicago Blues


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  1. Tygot
    07.01.2020
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    May 06,  · referencing Raw Blues, LP, RE, ND I cannot understand why this release is classified as a Reissue, as the only other german version is a CD. It is just the german version of a UK compilation, which came out in most countries on cheapo series/5().
  2. JoJonris
    07.01.2020
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    Burn Out Your Blind Eyes: A3 – Champion Jack Dupree: Calcutta Blues: A4 – John Mayall & Steve Anglo: Long Night: A5 – Otis Spann: Country Boy: A6 – Curtis Jones: You Got Good Business: A7 – John Mayall & Eric Clapton: Lonely Years: B1 – Peter Green (2) & John Mayall: Evil Woman Blues: B2 – Otis Spann: My Home In The Desert: B3 /5(31).
  3. Vosho
    05.01.2020
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    Burn Out Your Blind Eyes: 3 – Champion Jack Dupree: Calcutta Blues: 4 – John Mayall & Steve Anglo: Long Night: 5 – Otis Spann: Country Boy: 6 – Curtis Jones: You Got Good Business: 7 – John Mayall & Eric Clapton: Lonely Years: 8 – Peter Green (2) & John Mayall: Evil Woman Blues: 9 – Otis Spann: My Home In The Desert: 10 – John /5(5).
  4. Tenris
    29.12.2019
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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Raw Blues on Discogs/5(18).
  5. Nanos
    07.01.2020
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    Burn Out Your Blind Eyes: A3 – Champion Jack Dupree: Calcutta Blues: A4 – John Mayall & Steve Anglo: Long Night: A5 – Otis Spann: Country Boy: A6 – Curtis Jones: You Got Good Business: A7 – John Mayall & Eric Clapton: Lonely Years: B1 – Peter Green (2) & John Mayall: Evil Woman Blues: B2 – Otis Spann: My Home In The Desert: B3 4/5(6).
  6. Nalrajas
    05.01.2020
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    This album was the first blues album I heard in the 60's. I have now worn out the first vinyl LP that I bought, and was going on my second LP, when I decided to buy the CD version. The album is probably not worth four stars because of some of the tracks, but I still have to give it four out of five, partly because of the album's importance to /5(23).
  7. Meztizragore
    06.01.2020
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    Dancing the Blues by Taj Mahal (Cassette, Sep, Private Music) NEW Sealed. $ Was: Previous Price $ B.B. King "A Blues Night" Vintage Cassette Tape Blues Music KBC $ DONT LET THE DEVIL RIDE JAMES PETERSON CD. $ The Moody Blues The Other Side Of Life Cassette (POLYGRAM Records ).
  8. Kek
    30.12.2019
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    This is not, strictly speaking, a John Mayall album, but rather a various artists album containing among its 14 selections six recorded by Mayall, plus four tracks by Otis Spann, two by Champion Jack Dupree, and two by Curtis disrelusiromo.ciastarweltuirienewsflirmilhearovenbi.co three expatriate Americans had been recorded in sessions with British backup musicians, including Eric Clapton and Mayall himself.

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