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Rollin And Tumblin - Treves Blues Band - Two (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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    Apr 30,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Rollin' And Tumblin' ( Digital Remaster) · Johnny Winter Progressive Blues Experiment ℗ .
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    Eric Clapton and B.B. King’s collaborative album Riding With the King will be reissued for its 20th anniversary with two previously unreleased tracks on June 26th via Reprise Records.. One.
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    Three selections from 's Hallelujah album -- "Time Was," "Sic 'Em Pigs," and "Same All Over" -- round out the original vinyl version of the LP. The group would release a live album on Liberty in after this compilation, and hit again with "Let's Work Together" from another studio album in , Future Blues. For those who want to get a.
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    Bob Dylan’s 44th album, Modern Times features 10 Bob Dylan songs recorded in the winter of with Dylan on keyboards, harmonica and vocals accompanied by his touring band. It is seen as the third release in an outstanding trilogy along with Time Out Of Mind and Love And Theft.
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    Aug 06,  · The West End Presents Mike Guldin and Rollin’ & Tumblin’ and The Snake Eye Horns! Fri, Nov 8, PM Sat, Nov 9, AM Google Calendar ICS.
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    A True Blues Classic. Rollin’ and Tumblin’ was covered many times by many bluesmen, although the most famous is that by Muddy Waters, the most important may have been from Robert Johnson in Changing the title to “If I had Possession over Judgment Day, Johnson shifted the song’s tone immensely, breathing new life into what might have otherwise been remembered only as a relic from.

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