The term Various Artists is used in the record industry when numerous singers and musicians collaborate on a song or collection of songs. fm, compilation album tracks appear under the name of Various Artists erroneously because the individual artist is not listed in the album's ID3 information.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Blues Classics (catalog number BC-6). Format of the release is. Vinyl
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Country blues classics volume 3 original 1965 us compilation album kid stormy. Country blues classics volume 4 original 1967 us compilation album leroy dallas. VARIOUS: Country Blues Classics, Vol. 2 LP Blues & R&B.
Duration: Album Style: Country Blues Genre: Blues. various BLUES CLASSICS GREATEST HITS VOL 2 CASSETTE ALBUM 25 tracks. Title : BLUES CLASSICS 100 GREATEST HITS VOL 2. This is a genuine CASSETTE - and not a copy. Complete with case, information as issued. Title : BLUES CLASSICS 100 GREATEST HITS VOL 4.
In 2012, "Country Funk 1969-1975 (Volume I)" gathered together songs from a genre with no name. Songs that encompass the elation of gospel with the sexual thrust of the blues; country hoedown harmonies cut with inner city grit. You'll also find obscure artists like Bill Wilson, whose lost "Ever Changing Minstrel" album was produced by the feted Dylan producer Bob Johnston, and Thomas Jefferson Kaye, noted producer of Gene Clark's opus "No Other". Gene Clark's here too, as half of Dillard & Clark, wringing raw emotion from The Beatles' "Don't Let Me Down".
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist (Sample). The 15 tracks are: 1. Frisco Line - Mississippi Fred McDowell - from You Gotta Move. 2. Have You Ever Loved a Woman - Lightning Hopkins - from Texas Blues. 3. Going Down in Georgia on a Horn - John Jackson - from Don't Let Your Deal Go Down. 4. Cairo Blues - Lil' Son Jackson - from Blues Come to Texas.
|–Bayless Rose||Frisco Blues|
|–Frank Stokes||I Got Mine|
|–Joe Williams*||I'm Getting Wild About Her|
|–Bukka White||Good Gin Blues|
|–Bukka White||Bukka's Jitterbug Swing|
|–Frank Stokes||How Long|
|–Bobo Jenkins||Democrat Blues|
|–Frank Edwards||We Got To Get Together|
|–Blind Norris||Sundown Blues|
|–Scrapper Blackwell||Rambling Blues|
|–Pinetop Slim||Applejack Boogie|
|–Milton Sparks||Erie Train Blues|
|–Blind Boy Fuller||Rag Mama Rag|
|–Dan Picket*||Baby, How Long|
|–Frank Edwards||Terraplane Blues|
|BC 6||Various||Country Blues Classics Volume 2 (LP, Comp)||Blues Classics||BC 6||US||1965|
|BC 6||Various||Country Blues Classics Vol. 2 (LP, Comp, RE)||Blues Classics||BC 6||US||Unknown|