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U.I.C. Blues - Steve Fincham - Need The Weekend Off? (Vinyl, LP)

19.08.2019
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  1. Steve Cushing, host and producer of ‘Blues Before Sunrise,’ has been collecting Blues records since graduating from high school twenty-five years ago. Growing up in the suburbs of Chicago, the Blues was never far away. After earning a degree in Broadcast Communications from Columbia College of Chicago, Cushing transformed his interest in.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Livin' The Blues on Discogs.
  3. Oct 11,  · a quick clip of steve singing the blues. Hoochie Coochie Man by 10 year old Joshua King with the James Cotton Band - Duration: beercandave Recommended for you.
  4. Jan 26,  · For John. Yay~ Artist: Blues Inc. Title: Get Off My Back Track: 21 Album: The Psychedelic States: Indiana in the 60's Gear Fab's Psychedelic States series, which collects vintage s garage rock.
  5. Buying a vinyl record is truly an experience. You can spend hours at a record shop looking for all your favorite artists and genres. Browse through a collection of vinyl in a variety of colors and formats. Find a range of vinyl records of famous artists like Pink Floyd, Rolling Stones, Nirvana, David Bowie and Frank Sinatra, as well as new.
  6. There are few things more exciting than finally buying that big screen television you've been wanting. Or, maybe you had the television but you just bought a spanking new AV receiver and you’re all set to immerse yourself in that movie you’ve been saving for just this occasion. You sit back and get ready to be amazed but your movie looks (and sounds) like a badly dubbed foreign film.
  7. Aug 07,  · A great 70s two-fer including rare blues from the early days of King Records from John Lee Hooker, Paul Howard, and Ralph Willis. Gritty tracks that have Hooker at his best postwar mode – really bridging the worlds of rural and urban blues, and setting a sound that would later become the.
  8. Vinyl used to be a necessity. Then it became obsolete. It returned as a fad and now vinyl has regained it rightful place among our favorite ways to listen to music. Here are come basic tips to help you get the most out of your collection.

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