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Bobby Bland - Blues You Can Use - 1987 (1990)
Author: mfrwiz

Bobby Bland - Blues You Can Use - 1987 (1990)
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Original Release Date: December 18, 1987 - Audio CD (October 25, 1990) - Number of Discs: 1 - Label: Malaco Records (MCD 7444) - ASIN: B000001KZZ
Blues, R&B
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Blues You Can Use - Guitar Chords: A Reference Guide To Blues, R&B, Jazz, And Rock Rhythm Guitar by John Ganapes
Author: thingska

Blues You Can Use - Guitar Chords: A Reference Guide To Blues, R&B, Jazz, And Rock Rhythm Guitar by John Ganapes
English | Dec 1, 1996 | ISBN: 0793565154 | 120 Pages | PDF | 19 MB
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Blues You Can Use by John Ganapes
Author: thingska

Blues You Can Use by John Ganapes
English | Oct 1, 1995 | ISBN: 0793542057 | 96 pages | RAR / PDF&MP3 48 kbps | 18 MB
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Stevie Ray Vaughan - Blues You Can Use (Live) (2016)
Author: Pisulik

Stevie Ray Vaughan - Blues You Can Use (Live) (2016)
Blues Rock | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 01:19:15 | 184 MB
Label: Hobo | Release Year: 2016

His life was short. His creative heyday only began when he left this world. However, even that Stevie Ray Vaughan left behind, forever inscribed his name in world music. Hundreds of followers, thousands of imitators and millions of fans around the world will never stop to miss a man of medium height, with a hoarse voice, a guitar and a broken torn fingers. Stevie Ray safely be called the most successful incarnation of Jimi Hendrix. Beating of his works, Stevie Ray Vaughan breathed new life into them, a different sound. Numerous performances with the already well-known to the beginning of the 80s musicians such as Albert King (Albert King), David Bowie (David Bowie), Buddy Guy (Buddy Guy), often superseded these musicians on the second plan: alongside Stevie Ray's hard to be the first violin. Details
John Ganapes - More Blues You Can Use
Author: Kruzzz

John Ganapes - More Blues You Can Use
Hal Leonard | English | 1998 | ISBN-10: 0793579961 | 112 pages | PDF/MP3 | 123 MB
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Blues You Can Use - Spanish Edition
Author: MoneyRich

Blues You Can Use - Spanish Edition by John Ganapes
Spanish | 30 Jan. 1998 | ISBN: 0793590167 | 96 Pages | PDF | 12 MB
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Blues Rhythms You Can Use: A Complete Guide to Learning Blues Rhythm Guitar Styles by John Ganapes
Author: thingska

Blues Rhythms You Can Use: A Complete Guide to Learning Blues Rhythm Guitar Styles by John Ganapes
English | June 1, 2009 | ISBN: 1423456637 | 96 Pages | RAR / PDF&MP3 96-192 kbps | 67 MB
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Blues Licks You Can Use by John Ganapes
Author: thingska

Blues Licks You Can Use by John Ganapes
English | Nov 1, 2000 | ISBN: 0634008293 | 40 Pages | RAR / PDF&MP3 64 kbps | 35 MB
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Howard Tate - Get It While You Can: The Complete Legendary Verve Sessions (1966) {Hip-O Select-Verve B0002210-02 rel 2004}
Author: ruskaval

Howard Tate - Get It While You Can: The Complete Legendary Verve Sessions (1966) {Hip-O Select-Verve B0002210-02 rel 2004}
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© 1966-68, 2004 Hip-O Select / Verve | B0002210-02
R&B / Soul / Pop-Soul / Northern Soul / Uptown Soul

Hip-O Select's 2004 compilation Get It While You Can: The Complete Legendary Verve Sessions is not the first time Howard Tate's revered sessions for Verve have reached CD. About ten years earlier, in the summer of 1995, Mercury released the almost identically titled Get It While You Can: The Legendary Verve Sessions, which contained all of Tate's 1966 debut -- also titled Get It While You Can -- along with five bonus tracks, for a total of 17 cuts.
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George 'Harmonica' Smith - Now You Can Talk About Me (1998)
Author: Designol

George 'Harmonica' Smith - Now You Can Talk About Me (1998)
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Genre: Harmonica Blues, Electric Blues | Label: Blind Pig Records | # BP-5049 | Time: 00:45:42

Now You Can Talk About Me collects mid- and late-period Smith, with the harmonica genius' '60s sides for the microscopic imprint Sotoplay sampled on the first five cuts. The remainder of the album is from a 1982 session for the Murray Brothers label with Rod Piazza behind the board, which produced the Boogie'n with George album. Also included are the previously unreleased "Last Chance" and a powerful instrumental slow-burner. Junior Watson shines on guitar on these tracks and Smith's tone is big, fat, rich, and full of ideas galore on tunes like "Bad Start," "Astatic Stomp," "Sunbird," and the title track. But Smith's use of a chromatic harp will strike most blues mavens as something unique and out of the ordinary, as he tackles such standards as "I Left My Heart in San Francisco" and "Peg o' My Heart" with considerable élan, imparting both with a bluesy feel that Jerry Murad & the Harmonicats could only envision. If you like great blues harmonica playing, you're going to love Now You Can Talk About Me. Add Smith's name to the list of all-time greats near the top with this one.
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