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Life in the Blues album for sale by Charles Brown was released Dec 09, 2003 on the Rounder Select label. Recorded live at the Lone Star Roadhouse, New York, New York in 1990. Life in the Blues songs Includes liner notes by Chip Deffaa. Life in the Blues album for sale While more than a few notable blues artists enjoyed late-life comebacks after years of inactivity, Charles Brown was one of the few whose second run of success was arguably more satisfying than the salad days of his youth. Brown's work in the 1940s with Johnny Moore & His Three Blazers and the solo sessions that followed resulted in a number of truly classic sides, but when Brown began actively recording again in the late '80s, his skills as a pianist were as keen as ever (and he obviously relished the opportunity to flesh out his solos in ways he couldn't under the constraints of the 78-rpm recording format), and the patina of age added a greater resonance and gravity to his vocals, which still boasted the smooth fire of a snifter of fine brandy. Life in the Blues CD music contains a single disc with 10 songs. ...See Full Description
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||Fantastic Music history|
This CD and DVD set is a musical walk down memory lane for blues, r&b fans.
By ladicjs (Los Angeles, CA)
||A Wonderful Release|
This release is a rare investment. It includes both a CD and an audio/video DVD with sound quality that is a joy and a collection of titles that are superb without fault.
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Life in the Blues songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6410037|
|Release Date||Dec 09, 2003|
|Recording Time||45 minutes|
|Personnel||Earl May - bass|
Charles Brown - vocals, piano
Danny Caron - guitar
Also: Keith Copeland
|Additional Info||Bonus DVD|
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