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Evil Soul - Various - Bluesbreakers (CD)

8 Reply to “ Evil Soul - Various - Bluesbreakers (CD) ”

  1. Nedal says:
    Various - Blues Anytime Vol.1 - An Anthology Of British Blues - Immediate - LP JavaScript scheint in Ihrem Browser deaktiviert zu sein. Sie müssen JavaScript in Ihrem Browser aktivieren, um alle Funktionen in diesem Shop nutzen zu können.
  2. Nar says:
    Some Peter Green fans might be put off by this song/four-CD collection, owing to the fact that they are likely to already own a significant chunk of what's here (especially the Fleetwood Mac material). (And in fairness, there apparently isn't a lot of -- or any -- unreleased material to draw on from Green's classic period with the band). But this reviewer had to spring for this four-and-a 9/
  3. Gozragore says:
    LC: well I don't think anybody beats the rap in this world, you know, I mean there are people far more powerful, far more successful than me, and you know that as a human being living the life on the front line of your own life as everybody lives their life, there's no free ride everybody understands that, everybody understands that every.
  4. Arashilkis says:
    A cliche it may be, but John Mayall’s band really has been an academy for the Blues. The alumni of the various manifestations of his bands, from the Bluesbreakers through the less well known.
  5. Shakalrajas says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Bluesbreakers on Discogs. Label: Classic Rock - ROC • Format: CD Compilation • Country: UK • /5(4).
  6. Akizuru says:
    STARS OF BRITISH BLUES VOLUME 1 - Various Artists K-TEL 06/01/94 Total Time - xx:xx. CD Tracks: I'm Your Witchdoctor - John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers (featuring Eric Clapton) Down In The Boots - The All Stars (featuring Jimmy Page) Howlin' For My Darling - Stuff Smith Draggin' My Tail - .
  7. Mazuru says:
    10 thoughts on “ Whitesands - Various - Soul Fire (The Majestic Collection) ” Arakree at Sealed. This is what it says, that the record is still held fast in shrink-wrap. We tend to be pretty suspicious about these things, so if the shrink-wrap doesn't look original, or if the record seems to have undergone some damage over time, we'll probably take it out of the wrapper to.
  8. Naramar says:
    This 'umbrella' logo was often employed on issues which accompanied 'Orbis' magazine. See Orbis Orbis were the publication house of the De Agostini Company. Effectively, the label for these releases was "The Blues Collection", produced/compiled by Orbis. Cat#s were prefixed "BLU" The series was issued in.

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