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8 thoughts on “ Quit Foolin Myself - Various - Jay Miller Presents Louisiana Legendary Blues Volume One (CD)

  1. Vokazahn says:
    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – “Just another telecast, right?” Johnny Miller is chuckling to himself. It’s p.m. local time, and he’s about to call golf one final time, during this special.
  2. Zolomuro says:
    Volume 32 of The Legendary Jay Miller Sessions is devoted to Hogan’s recordings and one of the tracks gives today’s show its title. Read Liner Notes Jimmy Dotson was a small part of an active Baton Rogue blues scene of the ’s.
  3. Find Jay Miller credit information on AllMusic. Find Jay Miller credit information on AllMusic AllMusic Louisiana Party Collection: Cajun and Zydeco Classics: Composer Women Blues Singers Composer: The Excello Story, Vol. 2: Composer.
  4. Meztirr says:
    Mar 08,  · In Charley issued the massive LP box Sun Records – The Blues Years and issued as a CD version in A few years after the original LP box set was released Martin Hawkins and Hank Davis produced a series of six LPs and CD’s, The Sun Blues Archives featuring more unissued songs and alternate takes.
  5. Tygokree says:
    (réédité en CD) BLUES UNLIMITED JAY MILLER PRESENTS LOUISIANA LEGENDARY BLUES - Volume one (Black Cat Blues (Lazy Lester) / I'm Leavin' (Lazy Lester) / Quit Foolin' Myself (Lazy Lester) / A Woman (Lazy Lester) / Cold Chills (Henry Gray) / Lucky Lucky Man (Henry Gray) / Miss Sandy Brown.
  6. Aragrel says:
    YouTube History of Music: Birth of the Blues 4: Modern Blues: Blues harmonica piano vocals and other instruments. Chronological discography of modern blues music from World War II through musicians who recorded before Condensed bios, songwriting credits, first recording dates, first record issues, et al.
  7. The Legendary Jay Miller Sessions Volume 7 @ youtube (full album) - Lester's Stomp - Strange Things Happen - I'm So Tired - Lover Not A Fighter - Late Late In The Evening - Whoa Now! - They Call Me Lazy - Bloodstains - Come On Home - Quit Foolin' Myself - Tell Me Pretty Baby - I'm Leavin'.
  8. Fabulous collection of down home Louisiana blues and zydeco from the vaults of Jay D. MIller and Eddie Shuler. Jay Miller, based out of Crowley, Louisiana was one of the great blues record producers of the s and s providing Excello Records with a slew of great swamp blues recordings as well as issuing some artists on his own label.

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