White Blues

This is the story of white guys playing the Blues in the U.S.A. It doesn't matter, are they keeping the tradition alive, or not. We don't care if they are copying the music of the black originators, or if they are putting the wheel of history into reverse. We are offering the music of revivalists, traditionalists, and truly original masters of the genre. From the early days of white guys loving the blues, from the Paul Butterfield Blues Band, a young John Hammond, and Charlie Musselwhite to the Nighthawks. From the retro blues movement, beginning during the late 1970s, with the Fabulous Thunderbirds, the Mighty Flyers and the Hollywood Fats Band to fresh-sounding modernists like Ronnie Earl, and Anson Funderburgh, and finally to the hard rocking blues of guitar slingers like Joe Bonamassa, and Walter Trout: it's all here!

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White Blues

This is the story of white guys playing the Blues in the U.S.A. It doesn't matter, are they keeping the tradition alive, or not. We don't care if they are copying the music of the black originators, or if they are putting the wheel of history into reverse. We are offering the music of revivalists, traditionalists, and truly original masters of the genre. From the early days of white guys loving the blues, from the Paul Butterfield Blues Band, a young John Hammond, and Charlie Musselwhite to the Nighthawks. From the retro blues movement, beginning during the late 1970s, with the Fabulous Thunderbirds, the Mighty Flyers and the Hollywood Fats Band to fresh-sounding modernists like Ronnie Earl, and Anson Funderburgh, and finally to the hard rocking blues of guitar slingers like Joe Bonamassa, and Walter Trout: it's all here!

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Until We Meet Again
Doug Jay: Until We Meet Again Art-Nr.: CDBJ100

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(1993 'Blue Jay') (44:44/12) Vielleicht kennt ihr ihn noch als den Harpspieler der Ostküstenband The Allstars?! Er lebt in Kalifornien und hat dort sein erstes Album produziert. Eine Reise durch die verschiedensten Stile, in der Regel...
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