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T-Bone Walker Classics Of Modern Blues

Classics Of Modern Blues

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weight in Kg 0,100


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T-Bone Walker: Classics Of Modern Blues

(1950-53 'Imperial') (76:59/28) Neuauflage der 1975 von PeteWelding zusammengestellten, gleichnamigen 2-LP. Gute Qualität / Re-issue of the 2-LP set that Pete Welding compiled in 1975. Good quality with original liner notes.


Walker, T-Bone - Classics Of Modern Blues CD 1
1: I got the blues
2: Love is just a gamble
3: Strollin' with bones
4: Life is too short
5: Street walking woman
6: Railroad station blues
7: Cold cold feeling
8: Everytime
9: Get these blues off me
10: The hustle is on
11: I get so weary
12: News for you baby
13: The sun went down
14: High society
15: You don't love me
16: Party girl
17: I got the blues again
18: Tell me what's the reason
19: Blues is a woman
20: You don't understand
21: Through with women
22: Evil hearted woman
23: Alimony blues
24: I'm about to lose my mind
25: Baby, you broke my heart
26: Got no use for you
27: Bye bye baby
28: Blue mood


Artikeleigenschaften von T-Bone Walker: Classics Of Modern Blues

  • Interpret: T-Bone Walker

  • Albumtitel: Classics Of Modern Blues

  • Format CD
  • Genre Blues

  • Music Genre Blues
  • Music Style Texas Blues
  • Music Sub-Genre 912 Texas Blues
  • Title Classics Of Modern Blues

  • SubGenre Blues - Traditional

  • EAN: 5017261205438

  • weight in Kg 0.100

Artist description "Walker, T-Bone"

T-Bone Walker

T-Bone Walker and His Guitar


Born Aaron Thibeaux Walker on 28 May 1910 in Linden, Texas. Died of pneumonia on 16 March 1975 in Los Angeles, California. Blues vocalist and guitarist. One of America's most influential bluesmen. Also known as Oak Cliff T-Bone. Self-taught; toured with medicine shows during the mid-1920s. First recorded for Columbia in 1929. With Cab Calloway, Milt Larkins and Ma Rainey from 1930-34. Moved to Los Angeles in 1934. Own band in 1940. Stage antics with guitar closely followed by early Elvis Presley. Received to Grammy awards, 1971 for 'Good Feelin' ' as best Ethnofolk, and 1991 when his song 'Call It Stormy Monday' was inducted into The Grammy Hall of Fame.


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