8 thoughts on “ Living The Blues

  1. I’ve been living the blues Ev’ry night without you I don’t have to go far To know where you are Strangers all give me the news I’ve been living the blues Ev’ry night without you I think that it’s best I soon get some rest And forget my pride But I can’t deny This feeling that I .
  2. Jul 09,  · Living the Blues () Videos. Photos. Cast. Two brothers who have just graduated from college inherit a bikini store from their aunt. When a levelheaded Storyline. The music helps them to weather the poverty and violence. Rock, Jazz, Reggae, Hip-Hop, Swing -- /10(1).
  3. Living the Blues is a journey into the roots of the blues and the road from New Orleans to Chicago. It is predominantly a book in pictures with some historical text. The focus is on New Orleans, Memphis and Chicago, the High Way 61, The Blues High Way and the .
  4. Aug 05,  · It was probably taken from an old 78 in either Hite's or Wilson's extensive blues collection. Well, the 2-record vinyl album, Living the Blues had the full version of Boogie Music on it, as it should have, but this BGO compact disc issue, has that highly effective coda cut off, nowhere to be found/5().
  5. Sep 08,  · referencing Living The Blues, 2xLP, Album, RP, Res, LST Like both the previous 2 albums, the A side of the first disc is, in the main, pretty authentic blues. There's also the addition of the hippy Going Up Country and the heavier sounding Boogie Music/5().
  6. LIVING BLUES RADIO REPORT AUGUST Anthony Geraci with Dennis Brennan, Daydreams in Blue, Shining Stone. The Lucky Losers, Godless Land, VizzTone. Kat Riggins, Cry Out, Gulf Coast. Savoy Brown, Ain’t Done Yet, Quarto Valley. Victor Wainwright and the Train, Memphis Loud, Ruf. JW-Jones, Sonic Departures.
  7. Sep 08,  · Another All Disc / Audio Matrix version (with same label layout and text design) exists without the B2 'lock groove' on Living The Blues, and has a later date of etched in the runouts. Inner sleeves are Liberty black on white print. Sides 1 and 2 recorded at I.D. Sound Recorders, Hollywood, California/5(56).
  8. Living Blues is renowned for its detailed feature stories and exceptional photography. Our contributors include the absolute best in blues journalism, including Jim O’Neal, (who co-founded Living Blues in ), Barry Lee Pearson, David Whiteis, Scott Barretta and photographers Jack Vartoogian, Bill Steber, and Jim Fraher.

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