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61 Highway - Various - Preachin The Blues: The Music Of Mississippi Fred McDowell (CD)

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  1. Downhome Blues is een cd van Fred-Mississippi- Mcdowell. Ga naar zoeken Ga naar hoofdinhoud. lekker winkelen zonder zorgen. Gratis verzending vanaf 20,- Bezorging dezelfde dag, 's avonds of in het weekend* Gratis retourneren Select Ontdek het nu voor 9,99 p.j. Zoek je product. In welke categorie?.
  2. The first CD concentrates its energies on the revelation of blues as it came up from the Mississippi Delta in the music of Fred McDowell, Johnny Shines, Etta Baker, Blind Willie McTell, John Hurt, and others and mutated up north to Chicago with Otis Spann, Robert Nighthawk, and others.
  3. Various: Mississippi Blues LP USA vintage country blues Yazoo NM Various: Mississippi Blues: $ Mississippi Blues Various: NM LP Yazoo country vintage USA blues blues USA vintage Mississippi LP Yazoo NM country Various: Blues
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  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Southern Journey Volume 3: 61 Highway Mississippi - Delta Country Blues, Spirituals, Work Songs & Dance Music on Discogs.
  6. Mision Blues (1) MISIÓN METAL (1) Mississippi Fred McDowell (1) Modest Attraction (2) Moises Aguilar (1) Mortification (4) Mylon LeFevre (1) Mylon LeFevre and Broken Heart (1) nanateens (1) Narnia (17) Neoclassic Metal (1) Newport Folk Festival (3) Night Watch (1) Nina Hagen (1) No Dejando de Congregarnos (1) Noticias (1) Novedades y.
  7. The best tribute to Fred McDowell is the many recordings he left behind. Arhoolie's The Best of Mississippi Fred McDowell and Capitol's I Do Not Play No Rock 'n' Roll are fantastic, but it's still fun to hear these interpretations of the years-dead daddy of contemporary Mississippi hill country blues done by contemporary artists/5(4).

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