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Blues Quest Blues Quest CD (1999) SACD Hybrid
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Super Audio songs This is a Super Audio CD playable only on Super Audio CD players. Super Audio Compact Disc;Can Be Played On CD Player As Well Performers include: Mighty Sam McClain, Terry Evans, Sherman Robertson, Joe Beard, Doug Macleod, Robert ...
Blues Hoot: Live at the Ash Grove Lightnin' Hopkins
Blues Hoot: Live at the Ash Grove CD (1996)
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Super Audio album Recorded live at the Ash Grove, Los Angeles, California in August 1961. The DCC gold disc reissue of BLUES HOOT includes four tracks not found on the original release. Recorded live at The Ash Grove, Hollwood, California, August, 1961. Originally released on Davon (2015) in 1961. Includes liner notes by Barbara Dane. Blues Hoot is a live recording from 1961, taped at the Ash Grove in Hollywood, California, featuring short acoustic sets from Lightnin' Hopkins and the folk- blues duo Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee, as well as a middle set where all three play together, joined by Big Joe Williams. Highlights include "Big Car Blues" by ...
Blues & Grass 52nd Street Blues Project
Blues & Grass  (2004)
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Super Audio music James Blood Ulmer has been on a something of a roll since the late '90s, after reuniting with longtime cohort Charlie Burnham and delving into the blues. The two Vernon Reid-produced blues albums were among the best of his career, with Ulmer adding his harmolodic shadings to classics from the blues canon. The 52nd Street Blues Project is a stripped-down offshoot of those albums, but they operate as a band instead of simply supporting Ulmer. Along with Ulmer and Burnham are Blood's rhythm section -- Aubrey Dayle (drums) and Mark Peterson (bass) -- and vocalist Queen Esther, all veterans of Blood's blues albums. But here everyone but Dayle contributes to the songwriting instead of working covers, simultaneously updating the tradition and reaching back to prewar blues archetypes. "My Favorite Thing" is just Ulmer solo -- voice and guitar (as is "Where Do All the Girls Come From?") -- and evokes the primal blues of early John Lee Hooker sides. Queen Esther is up next, accompanied only by Mark Peterson ...

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