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Dust My Broom - Various - 25 Blues n Soul Greats Volume 1 (CD)

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  1. 25 Blues 'N' Soul Greats Volume 3. Best of Blues. Kings of the Blues. Blues Slide Guitar. The Very Best of Vee Jay Blues, Volume 3 A Modern Blues Anthology CD 1. Roots - The Blues Vol. 2. Blues Deluxe. Rolling Stones' Jukebox. Vol. 1: Dust My Broom. The Very Best of Blues Anthology, Vol. 1. Blues - Greatest Hits.
  2. I own both of the 'King Of The Delta Blues Singers' albums, and prefer Vol. 2 mainly for "Dust My Broom. Early in , it was announced that Todd Rundgren would be releasing a CD of Robert Johnson covers (Todd Rundgren's Johnson-get it before it goes out of print).
  3. The 30 greatest blues guitarists of all time influenced by Robert Johnson, with whom he may have played, in James took Johnson's version of I Believe I'll Dust My Broom, added volume and searing, violent slide playing and made it his calling card. Almost every electric slide player since acknowledges his influence. Listen: Elmore James.
  4. Dust My Broom by Robert Johnson (CD, , Yesterday Records) $ $ shipping. or Best Offer. 1 brand new from $ Not the Same Old Blues Crap, Vol. 2 by Various Artists (CD, Dec) $ Got one to sell? Get it in front of + million buyers. Greatest Hits. Limited Edition. 1st Edition. Deluxe Edition. Promo. Collector's.
  5. Blues ’n’ Soul Greats ~ Release by Various Artists (see all versions of this release, 1 available) Overview; CD 1: Volume 1. recorded in: Chicago, Illinois, United States I Believe I’ll Dust My Broom (track 14) CD 2: Volume 2. drums.
  6. 25 Blues 'n' Soul Greats Volume 2 1 Howlin' Wolf - Red Rooster 2 John Lee Hooker - Boom Boom
  7. Blues Classics & Greatest Blues Hits - The Very Best Classic Blues Collection Various Artists Blues ; Listen Dust My Broom Elmore James 14 Mannish Boy Muddy Waters 15 Vol. 1 Casey Bill Weldon.
  8. First cut by James in August , “Dust My Broom” contains the strongest example of his stylistic signature: a swooping, full octave opening figure on slide guitar. His influence went beyond that one riff, however, as he has been credited with practically inventing blues rock by virtue of energizing primal riffs with a raw, driving intensity.

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