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Magic Slim & The Teardrops   ~   Black Tornado ( Full Album ) 1998
 
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Modern Electric Chicago Blues 1998 Enjoy , my friends !!! Track List Crazy Woman 00:00:00 Playin' With My Mind 00:05:48 Jealous Man 00:08:51 Wake Me Up Early 00:12:02 Still A Fool 00:15:19 Black Tornado 00:20:42 I Can't Trust My Woman 00:23:36 Magic Boogie 00:29:03 You've Got Bad Intentions 00:32:20 Young Man's Blues vocals lead guitar Shawn Holt 00:35:31 It's Alright 00:39:15 Love Like I Wanna 00:43:10 *Disclaimer: All audio & visual parts in my videos are the sole property of their respective owners. The videos are purely for entertainment and recreational purposes. No Copyright infringement intended! All rights go to their rightful owners. I do not own the rights of the music. For your information, if a band or an artist wishes one or some of the songs/videos to be removed from my channel's upload list, it is advisable to come into contact with me by sending a personal message and I will delete it or them as soon as possible.
Views: 28723 Dimitris Koutsiaftis
Magic Slim & The Teardrops
 
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February 21, 2013: R.I.P. Magic Slim, We will allways remember you like this. Magic Slim & The Teardrops Sierra Nevada Brewing Company -"The Big Room"), Chico, California 2005 1. I'm A Bluesman 00:11 2. The Man You Need 04:35 3. Goin' To Mississippi 08:41 4. Please Don't Dog Me 16:00 5. Mind Your Own Business 22:44 6. I Ain't Looking For No Love 27:38 7. You Got To Pay 32:04 8. I Need Lovin' 37:37 9. Shake It 42:06 10. Crazy Woman 45:35 11. I Don't Believe You Baby 50:52 12. Black Tornado 55:04 Magic Slim, guitar & vocals Jon McDonald, guitar,& vocals Vernal Taylor, drums backup vocals Christopher Biedron, bass
Views: 2506485 Wouter Vuijk
Magic Slim - Magic Boogie
 
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From the album 'Black Tornado' (1998)
Views: 59533 tkullander
Magic Slim - Crazy Woman
 
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A ninth (9) track of Magic Slim, from album "Black Tornado" / 1998 "Crazy Woman" (Morris Holt, Viper Music, BMI) © 1998 Blind Pig Records, All Right Reserved
Views: 216079 musicpretty03
Magic Slim & The Teardrops     ~    Grand Slam ( Full Album ) 1975 1982
 
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Modern Electric Chicago Blues 1975 1982 Enjoy , my friends !!! Track List Teardrop 1975 00:00:00 Wonder Why 1975 00:05:01 If You Need Me vocals Alabama Jr. Pettis 1975 00:08:35 1823 South Michigan Avenue 00:11:56 Walking The Dog 00:16:23 Early Every Morning 00:20:00 She Belongs To Me 00:25:06 Just To Be With You 00:28:25 Slammin' 00:34:19 Rough Dried Woman 00:37:19 Fannie Mae 00:40:33 Give Me Back My Wig 00:44:37 Scuffling 00:48:55 Make My Dreams Come True 00:51:58 *Disclaimer: All audio & visual parts in my videos are the sole property of their respective owners. The videos are purely for entertainment and recreational purposes. No Copyright infringement intended! All rights go to their rightful owners. I do not own the rights of the music. For your information, if a band or an artist wishes one or some of the songs/videos to be removed from my channel's upload list, it is advisable to come into contact with me by sending a personal message and I will delete it or them as soon as possible.
Views: 11176 Dimitris Koutsiaftis
Magic Slim & The Teardrops - Lonely Man (Kostas A~171)
 
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Magic Slim & The Teardrops - Lonely Man. Album: Midnight Blues/2008. If you liked it, I suggest you to buy the album. Copyrights: - This video is exclusively for public information and entertainment only. - I don't derive any profit from this video. - The copyrights of the audio content, belong exclusively to the artist creator and to those who represent him. - If someone from the aforementioned wants this video to be removed, please contact me via a simple email and I will remove this video. Thanks.
Views: 194 Kostas A171
Magic Slim & The Teardrops - 06 - Help Me [Take 2] (Kostas A~171)
 
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Magic Slim & The Teardrops - Help Me [Take 2]. Album: Highway Is My Home/1978. If you liked it, I suggest you to buy the album. Copyrights: - This video is exclusively for public information and entertainment only. - I don't derive any profit from this video. - The copyrights of the audio content, belong exclusively to the artist creator and to those who represent him. - If someone from the aforementioned wants this video to be removed, please contact me via a simple email and I will remove this video. Thanks.
Views: 45 Kostas A171
2017 Blues Hall of Fame Inductee - Magic Slim (FULL)
 
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2017 Blues Hall of Fame Inductee: Performer Magic Slim led one of the most relentless, hard-driving bands in Chicago blues history for several decades until his death in 2013. Born Morris Holt in Mississippi in 1937, he earned his nickname from his friend and fellow blues guitar ace Magic Sam. Slim was also known for possessing perhaps the largest repertoire of any blues artist, always able to pick up another song from the radio or the jukebox, enabling him to record over 30 albums and garner dozens of Blues Music Awards nominations. His son Shawn "Lil Slim" Holt is ably carrying on the family blues tradition. For more information on The Blues Foundation, please visit www.blues.org.
Magic Slim & The Teardrops - 04 - Country Girl (Kostas A~171)
 
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Magic Slim & The Teardrops - Country Girl. Album: Highway Is My Home/1978. If you liked it, I suggest you to buy the album. Copyrights: - This video is exclusively for public information and entertainment only. - I don't derive any profit from this video. - The copyrights of the audio content, belong exclusively to the artist creator and to those who represent him. - If someone from the aforementioned wants this video to be removed, please contact me via a simple email and I will remove this video. Thanks.
Views: 92 Kostas A171
Magic Slim - "I'm A Bluesman"
 
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Magic Slim & theTeardrops captured live at the Sierra Nevada Brewery in Chico CA, from the Blind Pig DVD "Anything Can Happen" (BPDVD 6003)
Views: 59419 Blind Pig Records
MAGIC SLIM & THE TEARDROPS ~ wake me up early ~ 1998.
 
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from the album = black tornado (blind pig records - BPCD5046)
Views: 4256 Jake BALDHEAD
Magic Slim - Bad Boy
 
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Slim and The Drops gettin rowdy at Bob Corritore's birthday bash at The Rhythm Room in Phoenix, AZ, on SAT, 9-24-11. Nobody does is better than the BadBoy himself, The Black Tornado, The Master Blaster, and my best friend Magic Slim!
Views: 9495 whiteriverbadboy
Magic Slim - Crazy woman
 
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Album: Black Tornado (1998) Morris Holt (August 7, 1937 – February 21, 2013), known as Magic Slim, was an American blues singer and guitarist. Born at Torrance, near Grenada, Mississippi, the son of sharecroppers, he followed blues greats such as Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf to Chicago, developing his own place in the Chicago blues scene. Discography: 1977: Born Under a Bad Sign 1978: Let Me Love You 1978: Highway Is My Home 1978: Living Chicago Blues, Vol. 2 1980: Liv 'n Blue 1980: In the Heart of the Blues 1980: Doing Fine 1982: Raw Magic 1982: Essential Boogie 1982: Grand Slam 1990: Gravel Road 1992: 44 Blues 1992: Spider in My Stew 1992: Blues Behind Closed Doors 1993: Magic Slim & the Teardrops 1994: Chicago Blues Session, Vol. 10 1994: Don't Tell Me About Your Troubles 1995: Zoo Bar Collection Vol. 3 1995: Alone & Unplugged 1995: Born on a Bad Sign 1996: Scufflin 1997: Let Me Love You 1998: Zoo Bar Collection Vol. 4 1998: See What You're Doin' to Me 1998: Black Tornado 2000: Snakebite 2000: Chicago Blues Session Vol. 18 2002: Blue Magic 2005: Anything Can Happen 2006: Tin Pan Alley 2006: That Ain't Right 2007: The Essential Magic Slim 2008: Midnight Blues 2009: Rough Dried Woman 2010: Raising the Bar 2012: Bad Boy 2014: Pure Magic
Views: 760 Tsoch Tunes
Magic Slim - Bad Boy
 
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A tribute to the man, the black tornado, the master blaster, and the bad boy himself - Magic Slim. The track is from his new album Bad Boy.
Views: 1204 whiteriverbadboy
Magic Slim & The Teardrops - 02 - Living In My Neighborhood (Kostas A~171)
 
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Magic Slim & The Teardrops - Living In My Neighborhood. Album: Highway Is My Home/1978. If you liked it, I suggest you to buy the album. Copyrights: - This video is exclusively for public information and entertainment only. - I don't derive any profit from this video. - The copyrights of the audio content, belong exclusively to the artist creator and to those who represent him. - If someone from the aforementioned wants this video to be removed, please contact me via a simple email and I will remove this video. Thanks.
Views: 65 Kostas A171
Magic Slim & The Teardrops - What Is That You Got? (Kostas A~171)
 
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Magic Slim & The Teardrops - What Is That You Got? Album: Midnight Blues/2008. If you liked it, I suggest you to buy the album. Copyrights: - This video is exclusively for public information and entertainment only. - I don't derive any profit from this video. - The copyrights of the audio content, belong exclusively to the artist creator and to those who represent him. - If someone from the aforementioned wants this video to be removed, please contact me via a simple email and I will remove this video. Thanks.
Views: 258 Kostas A171
Magic Slim - Mustang Sally
 
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Magic Slim & the Teardrops proudly uphold the tradition of what a Chicago blues band should sound like. Their emphasis on ensemble playing and a humongous repertoire that allegedly ranges upwards of a few hundred songs give the towering guitarist's live performances an endearing off-the-cuff quality: you never know what obscurity he'll pull out of his oversized hat next. Born Morris Holt on August 7, 1937, the Mississippi native was forced to give up playing the piano when he lost his little finger in a cotton gin mishap. Boyhood pal Magic Sam bestowed his magical moniker on the budding guitarist (and times change as Slim's no longer slim). Holt first came to Chicago in 1955, but found that breaking into the competitive local blues circuit was a tough proposition. Although he managed to secure a steady gig for a while with Robert Perkins' band (Mr. Pitiful & the Teardrops), Slim wasn't good enough to progress into the upper ranks of Chicago bluesdom. So he retreated to Mississippi for a spell to hone his chops. When he returned to Chicago in 1965 (with brothers Nick and Lee Baby as his new rhythm section), Slim's detractors were quickly forced to change their tune. Utilizing the Teardrops name and holding onto his Magic Slim handle, the big man cut a couple of 45s for Ja-Wes and established himself as a formidable force on the South side. His guitar work dripped vibrato-enriched nastiness and his roaring vocals were as gruff and uncompromising as anyone's on the scene. All of a sudden, the recording floodgates opened up for the Teardrops in 1979 after they cut four tunes for Alligator's Living Chicago Blues anthology series. Since then, a series of nails-tough albums for Rooster Blues, Alligator, and a slew for the Austrian Wolf logo have fattened Slim's discography considerably. The Teardrops weathered a potentially devastating change when longtime second guitarist John Primer cut his own major-label debut for Code Blue, but with Slim and bass-wielding brother Nick Holt still on board, it's doubtful the quartet's overall sound will change dramatically in Primer's absence. In 1996, Slim signed with Blind Pig and has cut some of the most-celebrated albums of his career, including Scufflin' in 1996, Black Tornado in 1998, Snakebite in 2000, and Blue Magic in 2002. A live recording taped in 2005 at the Sierra Nevada Brewery was released that same year on both DVD and CD as Anything Can Happen. Tin Pan Alley, a set of recordings made between 1992 and 1998 in Chicago and Europe, was released in 2006 by Austria's Wolf Records. Midnight Blues appeared in 2008. ~ Bill Dahl & Al Campbell, All Music Guide PLEASE NOTE: I divided my uploads among multiple channels, Bookmark this link in your browser for instant access to an index with links to all of John1948's oldies classics. LINK: http://john1948.wikifoundry.com/page/John1948%27s+Youtube+Index
Views: 46871 John1948EightD
Fillmore Slim plays the Blues
 
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Fillmore Slim plays the Blues
Views: 16354 GangstaBrown510
Magic Slim - Hard to Handle
 
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Magic Slim & the Teardrops proudly uphold the tradition of what a Chicago blues band should sound like. Their emphasis on ensemble playing and a humongous repertoire that allegedly ranges upwards of a few hundred songs give the towering guitarist's live performances an endearing off-the-cuff quality: you never know what obscurity he'll pull out of his oversized hat next. Born Morris Holt on August 7, 1937, the Mississippi native was forced to give up playing the piano when he lost his little finger in a cotton gin mishap. Boyhood pal Magic Sam bestowed his magical moniker on the budding guitarist (and times change as Slim's no longer slim). Holt first came to Chicago in 1955, but found that breaking into the competitive local blues circuit was a tough proposition. Although he managed to secure a steady gig for a while with Robert Perkins' band (Mr. Pitiful & the Teardrops), Slim wasn't good enough to progress into the upper ranks of Chicago bluesdom. So he retreated to Mississippi for a spell to hone his chops. When he returned to Chicago in 1965 (with brothers Nick and Lee Baby as his new rhythm section), Slim's detractors were quickly forced to change their tune. Utilizing the Teardrops name and holding onto his Magic Slim handle, the big man cut a couple of 45s for Ja-Wes and established himself as a formidable force on the South side. His guitar work dripped vibrato-enriched nastiness and his roaring vocals were as gruff and uncompromising as anyone's on the scene. All of a sudden, the recording floodgates opened up for the Teardrops in 1979 after they cut four tunes for Alligator's Living Chicago Blues anthology series. Since then, a series of nails-tough albums for Rooster Blues, Alligator, and a slew for the Austrian Wolf logo have fattened Slim's discography considerably. The Teardrops weathered a potentially devastating change when longtime second guitarist John Primer cut his own major-label debut for Code Blue, but with Slim and bass-wielding brother Nick Holt still on board, it's doubtful the quartet's overall sound will change dramatically in Primer's absence. In 1996, Slim signed with Blind Pig and has cut some of the most-celebrated albums of his career, including Scufflin' in 1996, Black Tornado in 1998, Snakebite in 2000, and Blue Magic in 2002. A live recording taped in 2005 at the Sierra Nevada Brewery was released that same year on both DVD and CD as Anything Can Happen. Tin Pan Alley, a set of recordings made between 1992 and 1998 in Chicago and Europe, was released in 2006 by Austria's Wolf Records. Midnight Blues appeared in 2008. ~ Bill Dahl & Al Campbell, All Music Guide PLEASE NOTE: I divided my uploads among multiple channels, Bookmark this link in your browser for instant access to an index with links to all of John1948's oldies classics. LINK: http://john1948.wikifoundry.com/page/John1948%27s+Youtube+Index
Views: 6737 John1948EightD
Valerie Wellington with Magic Slim & The Teardrops   ~  Million Dollar Secret ( Full Album ) 1983
 
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Modern Electric Chicago Blues 1983 with Magic Slim & The Teardrops Track List Cold , Cold Feeling 00:00:00 Million Dollar Secret 00:05:35 Independent Blues 00:09:39 Down In The Dumps 00:12:36 Smokestack Lightning 00:15:19 Dirty No - Gooder's Blues 00:18:57 My Baby Treats Me Like A Stepchild 00:22:53 You Can't Have My Monkey 00:26:45 Bad Avenue 00:29:35 Love Don't Love Nobody 00:34:18 Wild About You 00:36:46 Voodoo Blues 00:39:51 *Disclaimer: All audio & visual parts in my videos are the sole property of their respective owners. The videos are purely for entertainment and recreational purposes. No Copyright infringement intended! All rights go to their rightful owners. I do not own the rights of the music. For your information, if a band or an artist wishes one or some of the songs/videos to be removed from my channel's upload list, it is advisable to come into contact with me by sending a personal message and I will delete it or them as soon as possible.
Views: 2953 Dimitris Koutsiaftis
LA SUBURBANA BLUES ''BLACK TORNADO''
 
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LA SUBURBANA BLUES banda de blues Argentina homenajeando en su disco GENUINO.... al gran MAGIC SLIM ''black tornado'' esperamos lo disfruten....¡¡¡¡
Magic Slim & The Teardrops - You Hurt My Feelings
 
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The last song of the night for Slim and the band at Legends on SAT, June 11, 2011, Chicago Blues Fest weekend. John Primer and Deke Harp sitting in on this unknown tune. I call it "You Hurt My Feelings." If anyone knows the name of tune, let me know. Long live the King of Chicago Blues - The Black Tornado, The Master Blaster, my friend - Morris "Magic Slim" Holt.
Views: 1074 whiteriverbadboy
Magic Slim and The Teardrops - Before You Accuse Me
 
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Magic Slim & the Teardrops proudly uphold the tradition of what a Chicago blues band should sound like. Their emphasis on ensemble playing and a humongous repertoire that allegedly ranges upwards of a few hundred songs give the towering guitarist's live performances an endearing off-the-cuff quality: you never know what obscurity he'll pull out of his oversized hat next. Born Morris Holt on August 7, 1937, the Mississippi native was forced to give up playing the piano when he lost his little finger in a cotton gin mishap. Boyhood pal Magic Sam bestowed his magical moniker on the budding guitarist (and times change as Slim's no longer slim). Holt first came to Chicago in 1955, but found that breaking into the competitive local blues circuit was a tough proposition. Although he managed to secure a steady gig for a while with Robert Perkins' band (Mr. Pitiful & the Teardrops), Slim wasn't good enough to progress into the upper ranks of Chicago bluesdom. So he retreated to Mississippi for a spell to hone his chops. When he returned to Chicago in 1965 (with brothers Nick and Lee Baby as his new rhythm section), Slim's detractors were quickly forced to change their tune. Utilizing the Teardrops name and holding onto his Magic Slim handle, the big man cut a couple of 45s for Ja-Wes and established himself as a formidable force on the South side. His guitar work dripped vibrato-enriched nastiness and his roaring vocals were as gruff and uncompromising as anyone's on the scene. All of a sudden, the recording floodgates opened up for the Teardrops in 1979 after they cut four tunes for Alligator's Living Chicago Blues anthology series. Since then, a series of nails-tough albums for Rooster Blues, Alligator, and a slew for the Austrian Wolf logo have fattened Slim's discography considerably. The Teardrops weathered a potentially devastating change when longtime second guitarist John Primer cut his own major-label debut for Code Blue, but with Slim and bass-wielding brother Nick Holt still on board, it's doubtful the quartet's overall sound will change dramatically in Primer's absence. In 1996, Slim signed with Blind Pig and has cut some of the most-celebrated albums of his career, including Scufflin' in 1996, Black Tornado in 1998, Snakebite in 2000, and Blue Magic in 2002. A live recording taped in 2005 at the Sierra Nevada Brewery was released that same year on both DVD and CD as Anything Can Happen. Tin Pan Alley, a set of recordings made between 1992 and 1998 in Chicago and Europe, was released in 2006 by Austria's Wolf Records. Midnight Blues appeared in 2008. ~ Bill Dahl & Al Campbell, All Music Guide PLEASE NOTE: I divided my uploads among multiple channels, Bookmark this link in your browser for instant access to an index with links to all of John1948's oldies classics. LINK: http://john1948.wikifoundry.com/page/John1948%27s+Youtube+Index
Views: 14896 John1948EightD
Magic Sam     ~    Black Magic  ( Full Album ) 1968
 
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Modern Electric Chicago Blues 1968 Magic Sam Blues Band Track List What Have I Done Wrong 00:00:00 Blues For Odie Payne 00:03:11 I Just Want A Little Bit 00:07:59 Easy, Baby 00:11:03 You Belong To Me 00:15:27 It's All Your Fault 00:19:35 Same Old Blues 00:24:31 You Don't Love Me, Baby 00:28:07 San-Ho-Zay 00:31:40 You Better Stop 00:35:37 Keep On Loving Me, Baby 00:40:30 What Have I Done Wrong (Alt) 00:44:28 I Just Want A Little Bit (Alt) 00:47:52 Everything's Gonna Be All Right (Alt) 00:51:08 Keep On Doin' What You're Doin' 00:55:17 Same Old Blues (Alt) 00:58:15 What Have I Done Wrong (Alt 2) 01:02:00 Keep On Loving Me, Baby (Alt) 01:04:55
Views: 5579 Dimitris Koutsiaftis
Magic Slim & The Teardrops - Spider In My Stew (Kostas A~171)
 
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Magic Slim & The Teardrops - Spider In My Stew. Album: Midnight Blues/2008. If you liked it, I suggest you to buy the album. Copyrights: - This video is exclusively for public information and entertainment only. - I don't derive any profit from this video. - The copyrights of the audio content, belong exclusively to the artist creator and to those who represent him. - If someone from the aforementioned wants this video to be removed, please contact me via a simple email and I will remove this video. Thanks.
Views: 219 Kostas A171
Drake, Kanye West, Lil Wayne, Eminem - Forever (Explicit Version)
 
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Music video by Drake, Kanye West, Lil Wayne, Eminem performing Forever. (C) 2009 Interscope Records
Views: 228700377 DrakeVEVO
Magic Slim & The Teardrops - I Need Lovin' (Live)
 
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Official live footage of "I Need Lovin'" by Magic Slim & The Teardrops Subscribe to Blind Pig Records: http://bit.ly/1Mep7GK
Views: 3791 Blind Pig Records
Magic Slim - Cold Women With Warm Hearts
 
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Magic Slim & the Teardrops proudly uphold the tradition of what a Chicago blues band should sound like. Their emphasis on ensemble playing and a humongous repertoire that allegedly ranges upwards of a few hundred songs give the towering guitarist's live performances an endearing off-the-cuff quality: you never know what obscurity he'll pull out of his oversized hat next. Born Morris Holt on August 7, 1937, the Mississippi native was forced to give up playing the piano when he lost his little finger in a cotton gin mishap. Boyhood pal Magic Sam bestowed his magical moniker on the budding guitarist (and times change as Slim's no longer slim). Holt first came to Chicago in 1955, but found that breaking into the competitive local blues circuit was a tough proposition. Although he managed to secure a steady gig for a while with Robert Perkins' band (Mr. Pitiful & the Teardrops), Slim wasn't good enough to progress into the upper ranks of Chicago bluesdom. So he retreated to Mississippi for a spell to hone his chops. When he returned to Chicago in 1965 (with brothers Nick and Lee Baby as his new rhythm section), Slim's detractors were quickly forced to change their tune. Utilizing the Teardrops name and holding onto his Magic Slim handle, the big man cut a couple of 45s for Ja-Wes and established himself as a formidable force on the South side. His guitar work dripped vibrato-enriched nastiness and his roaring vocals were as gruff and uncompromising as anyone's on the scene. All of a sudden, the recording floodgates opened up for the Teardrops in 1979 after they cut four tunes for Alligator's Living Chicago Blues anthology series. Since then, a series of nails-tough albums for Rooster Blues, Alligator, and a slew for the Austrian Wolf logo have fattened Slim's discography considerably. The Teardrops weathered a potentially devastating change when longtime second guitarist John Primer cut his own major-label debut for Code Blue, but with Slim and bass-wielding brother Nick Holt still on board, it's doubtful the quartet's overall sound will change dramatically in Primer's absence. In 1996, Slim signed with Blind Pig and has cut some of the most-celebrated albums of his career, including Scufflin' in 1996, Black Tornado in 1998, Snakebite in 2000, and Blue Magic in 2002. A live recording taped in 2005 at the Sierra Nevada Brewery was released that same year on both DVD and CD as Anything Can Happen. Tin Pan Alley, a set of recordings made between 1992 and 1998 in Chicago and Europe, was released in 2006 by Austria's Wolf Records. Midnight Blues appeared in 2008. ~ Bill Dahl & Al Campbell, All Music Guide PLEASE NOTE: I divided my uploads among multiple channels, Bookmark this link in your browser for instant access to an index with links to all of John1948's oldies classics. LINK: http://john1948.wikifoundry.com/page/John1948%27s+Youtube+Index
Views: 16222 John1948EightD
King Edward Antoine    ~     50 Years Of Blues  ( Full Album )  2015
 
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Modern Electric Mississippi Delta Blues 2015 Enjoy , my friends !!! Track List Darling, I Love You / Miss You So 00:00:00 Bring Your Pretty Self Home 00:04:29 Lookin' Good Again Tonight 00:08:00 King of the Castle 00:12:19 The Things I Used to Do 00:14:53 You Don't Love Me 00:19:36 I'm a Lonely Man 00:24:04 Mr. Charlie 00:29:52 My Nerves Gone Bad 00:34:11 Today I Started Loving You Again 00:39:26 You Been Cheatin On Me 00:47:05 *Disclaimer: All audio & visual parts in my videos are the sole property of their respective owners. The videos are purely for entertainment and recreational purposes. No Copyright infringement intended! All rights go to their rightful owners. I do not own the rights of the music. For your information, if a band or an artist wishes one or some of the songs/videos to be removed from my channel's upload list, it is advisable to come into contact with me by sending a personal message and I will delete it or them as soon as possible.
Views: 15123 Dimitris Koutsiaftis
Magic Slim - You Gotta Help Me
 
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Magic Slim & the Teardrops proudly uphold the tradition of what a Chicago blues band should sound like. Their emphasis on ensemble playing and a humongous repertoire that allegedly ranges upwards of a few hundred songs give the towering guitarist's live performances an endearing off-the-cuff quality: you never know what obscurity he'll pull out of his oversized hat next. Born Morris Holt on August 7, 1937, the Mississippi native was forced to give up playing the piano when he lost his little finger in a cotton gin mishap. Boyhood pal Magic Sam bestowed his magical moniker on the budding guitarist (and times change as Slim's no longer slim). Holt first came to Chicago in 1955, but found that breaking into the competitive local blues circuit was a tough proposition. Although he managed to secure a steady gig for a while with Robert Perkins' band (Mr. Pitiful & the Teardrops), Slim wasn't good enough to progress into the upper ranks of Chicago bluesdom. So he retreated to Mississippi for a spell to hone his chops. When he returned to Chicago in 1965 (with brothers Nick and Lee Baby as his new rhythm section), Slim's detractors were quickly forced to change their tune. Utilizing the Teardrops name and holding onto his Magic Slim handle, the big man cut a couple of 45s for Ja-Wes and established himself as a formidable force on the South side. His guitar work dripped vibrato-enriched nastiness and his roaring vocals were as gruff and uncompromising as anyone's on the scene. All of a sudden, the recording floodgates opened up for the Teardrops in 1979 after they cut four tunes for Alligator's Living Chicago Blues anthology series. Since then, a series of nails-tough albums for Rooster Blues, Alligator, and a slew for the Austrian Wolf logo have fattened Slim's discography considerably. The Teardrops weathered a potentially devastating change when longtime second guitarist John Primer cut his own major-label debut for Code Blue, but with Slim and bass-wielding brother Nick Holt still on board, it's doubtful the quartet's overall sound will change dramatically in Primer's absence. In 1996, Slim signed with Blind Pig and has cut some of the most-celebrated albums of his career, including Scufflin' in 1996, Black Tornado in 1998, Snakebite in 2000, and Blue Magic in 2002. A live recording taped in 2005 at the Sierra Nevada Brewery was released that same year on both DVD and CD as Anything Can Happen. Tin Pan Alley, a set of recordings made between 1992 and 1998 in Chicago and Europe, was released in 2006 by Austria's Wolf Records. Midnight Blues appeared in 2008. ~ Bill Dahl & Al Campbell, All Music Guide PLEASE NOTE: I divided my uploads among multiple channels, Bookmark this link in your browser for instant access to an index with links to all of John1948's oldies classics. LINK: http://john1948.wikifoundry.com/page/John1948%27s+Youtube+Index
Views: 2631 John1948EightD
Chick Willis     ~    Tribute   ( Modern Electric Blues )
 
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Modern Electric Blues Enjoy , my friends !!! Track List One Eyed Woman 00:00:00 Someday Baby 00:04:59 What Goes Up 00:09:38 I Know A Hoochie Mama 00:14:01 Come Back Home 00:17:20 Black Widow Spider 00:21:10 Betty Boo 00:25:25 Mr D.J 00:29:35 Ribshack Blues Cafe 00:32:32 Tin Pan Alley 00:37:09 Rock Me Baby 00:45:10 Cumming Prison Farm 00:49:23 The Things I Used To Do 00:55:27 Something To Rememeber You By 00:58:28 Sometime Soon 01:02:19 I Ain't Superstitious 01:07:57 Won't Give Up 01:13:46 Trouble Tree 01:17:26 Picture On The Wall 01:22:07 We're Going To Boogie 01:26:09 Money Is The Name Of The Game 01:28:48 In The Mood We're In 01:33:18 The Blues Is Gone 01:36:57 Four Wives Too Many 01:42:18 Soul Of A Man 01:47:00 Blues Man 01:51:28 Hello Central 02:00:41 Looking For My Baby 02:05:20 *Disclaimer: All audio & visual parts in my videos are the sole property of their respective owners. The videos are purely for entertainment and recreational purposes. No Copyright infringement intended! All rights go to their rightful owners. I do not own the rights of the music. For your information, if a band or an artist wishes one or some of the songs/videos to be removed from my channel's upload list, it is advisable to come into contact with me by sending a personal message and I will delete it or them as soon as possible.
Views: 20562 Dimitris Koutsiaftis
Sierre Blues Festival 2015 - Thornbjørn Risager & The Black Tornado
 
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Les autres vidéos / alle Videos / all music videos : http://www.youtube.com/sierrebluesfestival Sierre Blues Festival 2015 - Thornbjørn Risager & The Black Tornado http://www.sierreblues.ch Image et réalisation: Dominique Fumeaux
Views: 643 sierrebluesfestival
magic-slim-the-teardrops-going-to-mississippi-hq.mp4
 
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Este tema vale lo que pesa...
Views: 48093 Octavio Gomez
I Can't Hold Out
 
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Provided to YouTube by Believe SAS I Can't Hold Out · Chicago Blues Jam Volume 7 (Magic Slim + Studbaker John & The Hawks) ℗ The Store For Music Ltd Released on: 2016-07-27 Author: RR Composer: RR Music Publisher: Low-Twi/BMI Auto-generated by YouTube.
Magic Slim and The Teardrops - Pretty Girls Everywhere
 
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Magic Slim & the Teardrops proudly uphold the tradition of what a Chicago blues band should sound like. Their emphasis on ensemble playing and a humongous repertoire that allegedly ranges upwards of a few hundred songs give the towering guitarist's live performances an endearing off-the-cuff quality: you never know what obscurity he'll pull out of his oversized hat next. Born Morris Holt on August 7, 1937, the Mississippi native was forced to give up playing the piano when he lost his little finger in a cotton gin mishap. Boyhood pal Magic Sam bestowed his magical moniker on the budding guitarist (and times change as Slim's no longer slim). Holt first came to Chicago in 1955, but found that breaking into the competitive local blues circuit was a tough proposition. Although he managed to secure a steady gig for a while with Robert Perkins' band (Mr. Pitiful & the Teardrops), Slim wasn't good enough to progress into the upper ranks of Chicago bluesdom. So he retreated to Mississippi for a spell to hone his chops. When he returned to Chicago in 1965 (with brothers Nick and Lee Baby as his new rhythm section), Slim's detractors were quickly forced to change their tune. Utilizing the Teardrops name and holding onto his Magic Slim handle, the big man cut a couple of 45s for Ja-Wes and established himself as a formidable force on the South side. His guitar work dripped vibrato-enriched nastiness and his roaring vocals were as gruff and uncompromising as anyone's on the scene. All of a sudden, the recording floodgates opened up for the Teardrops in 1979 after they cut four tunes for Alligator's Living Chicago Blues anthology series. Since then, a series of nails-tough albums for Rooster Blues, Alligator, and a slew for the Austrian Wolf logo have fattened Slim's discography considerably. The Teardrops weathered a potentially devastating change when longtime second guitarist John Primer cut his own major-label debut for Code Blue, but with Slim and bass-wielding brother Nick Holt still on board, it's doubtful the quartet's overall sound will change dramatically in Primer's absence. In 1996, Slim signed with Blind Pig and has cut some of the most-celebrated albums of his career, including Scufflin' in 1996, Black Tornado in 1998, Snakebite in 2000, and Blue Magic in 2002. A live recording taped in 2005 at the Sierra Nevada Brewery was released that same year on both DVD and CD as Anything Can Happen. Tin Pan Alley, a set of recordings made between 1992 and 1998 in Chicago and Europe, was released in 2006 by Austria's Wolf Records. Midnight Blues appeared in 2008. ~ Bill Dahl & Al Campbell, All Music Guide PLEASE NOTE: I divided my uploads among multiple channels, Bookmark this link in your browser for instant access to an index with links to all of John1948's oldies classics. LINK: http://john1948.wikifoundry.com/page/John1948%27s+Youtube+Index
Views: 1468 John1948EightD
Lil' Slim & The Back Alley Blues Band   ~  Live At The Zoo Bar ( Full Album ) 1999
 
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Modern Electric Chicago Blues Live 1999 Shawn ''Lil' Slim'' Holt , son of legendary blues guitarist Magic Slim Track List As The Years Go Passing By 00:00:00 Funkin' In The Alley 00:08:23 Take Me Home 00:12:16 She's So Fine 00:17:20 If It Is Too Late 00:22:20 Shake It 00:27:01 Tell Me 00:31:52 Alley Noise 00:37:47 I'm Good 00:44:07 Hard To Handle 00:48:04 Latin Blues 00:51:27 *Disclaimer: All audio & visual parts in my videos are the sole property of their respective owners. The videos are purely for entertainment and recreational purposes. No Copyright infringement intended! All rights go to their rightful owners. I do not own the rights of the music. For your information, if a band or an artist wishes one or some of the songs/videos to be removed from my channel's upload list, it is advisable to come into contact with me by sending a personal message and I will delete it or them as soon as possible. *Disclaimer: All audio & visual parts in my videos are the sole property of their respective owners. The videos are purely for entertainment and recreational purposes. No Copyright infringement intended! All rights go to their rightful owners. I do not own the rights of the music. For your information, if a band or an artist wishes one or some of the songs/videos to be removed from my channel's upload list, it is advisable to come into contact with me by sending a personal message and I will delete it or them as soon as possible.
Views: 7220 Dimitris Koutsiaftis
Magic Slim And The Teardrops - Bad Luck Is Fallin'
 
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Magic Slim & the Teardrops proudly uphold the tradition of what a Chicago blues band should sound like. Their emphasis on ensemble playing and a humongous repertoire that allegedly ranges upwards of a few hundred songs give the towering guitarist's live performances an endearing off-the-cuff quality: you never know what obscurity he'll pull out of his oversized hat next. Born Morris Holt on August 7, 1937, the Mississippi native was forced to give up playing the piano when he lost his little finger in a cotton gin mishap. Boyhood pal Magic Sam bestowed his magical moniker on the budding guitarist (and times change as Slim's no longer slim). Holt first came to Chicago in 1955, but found that breaking into the competitive local blues circuit was a tough proposition. Although he managed to secure a steady gig for a while with Robert Perkins' band (Mr. Pitiful & the Teardrops), Slim wasn't good enough to progress into the upper ranks of Chicago bluesdom. So he retreated to Mississippi for a spell to hone his chops. When he returned to Chicago in 1965 (with brothers Nick and Lee Baby as his new rhythm section), Slim's detractors were quickly forced to change their tune. Utilizing the Teardrops name and holding onto his Magic Slim handle, the big man cut a couple of 45s for Ja-Wes and established himself as a formidable force on the South side. His guitar work dripped vibrato-enriched nastiness and his roaring vocals were as gruff and uncompromising as anyone's on the scene. All of a sudden, the recording floodgates opened up for the Teardrops in 1979 after they cut four tunes for Alligator's Living Chicago Blues anthology series. Since then, a series of nails-tough albums for Rooster Blues, Alligator, and a slew for the Austrian Wolf logo have fattened Slim's discography considerably. The Teardrops weathered a potentially devastating change when longtime second guitarist John Primer cut his own major-label debut for Code Blue, but with Slim and bass-wielding brother Nick Holt still on board, it's doubtful the quartet's overall sound will change dramatically in Primer's absence. In 1996, Slim signed with Blind Pig and has cut some of the most-celebrated albums of his career, including Scufflin' in 1996, Black Tornado in 1998, Snakebite in 2000, and Blue Magic in 2002. A live recording taped in 2005 at the Sierra Nevada Brewery was released that same year on both DVD and CD as Anything Can Happen. Tin Pan Alley, a set of recordings made between 1992 and 1998 in Chicago and Europe, was released in 2006 by Austria's Wolf Records. Midnight Blues appeared in 2008. ~ Bill Dahl & Al Campbell, All Music Guide PLEASE NOTE: I divided my uploads among multiple channels, Bookmark this link in your browser for instant access to an index with links to all of John1948's oldies classics. LINK: http://john1948.wikifoundry.com/page/John1948%27s+Youtube+Index
Views: 3244 John1948EightD
Lil Slim Blues Band     ~    Still In The Game ( Full Album ) 2011
 
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Modern Electric Chicago Blues 2011 Shawn ''Lil' Slim'' Holt , son of legendary blues guitarist Magic Slim Track List Take My Chances 00:00:00 Don't Leave Me Baby 00:04:55 I Can't Quit You 00:09:05 You Know It Ain't Right 00:14:56 Motel Room 00:19:17 Gas Money 00:22:38 Crazy About You Baby 00:25:25 Give Me Back My Wig 00:29:30 Dirty World 00:34:08 Have Mercy 00:40:09 *Disclaimer: All audio & visual parts in my videos are the sole property of their respective owners. The videos are purely for entertainment and recreational purposes. No Copyright infringement intended! All rights go to their rightful owners. I do not own the rights of the music. For your information, if a band or an artist wishes one or some of the songs/videos to be removed from my channel's upload list, it is advisable to come into contact with me by sending a personal message and I will delete it or them as soon as possible. *Disclaimer: All audio & visual parts in my videos are the sole property of their respective owners. The videos are purely for entertainment and recreational purposes. No Copyright infringement intended! All rights go to their rightful owners. I do not own the rights of the music. For your information, if a band or an artist wishes one or some of the songs/videos to be removed from my channel's upload list, it is advisable to come into contact with me by sending a personal message and I will delete it or them as soon as possible.
Views: 3113 Dimitris Koutsiaftis
Let's Rock N' Roll & Boogie & Woogie & Swing Mix Part 2 - Dimitris Lesini Greece
 
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Let's Rock N' Roll & Boogie & Woogie & Swing Mix Part 2 - Dimitris Lesini Greece Jack Mack & The Heart Attack - JB's intro Alvin Lee - Jenny Jenny Vince Weber - Boogie Woogie Country Girl Jake Lear - Boogie Mauricio Pedrosa - Boogie Woogie Stomp Georg Schroeter & Marc Breitfelder - Shake Your Boogie Blue Bishops - Hip Shake Boogie Magic Slim & The Teardrops - Full Load Boogie CC Jerome's Jetsetters - Hot Rod Party Mike Morgan & Crawl - Lonestar Boogie Canned Heat - Looking For The Party Twice As Good - Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On!! Red Wagons Blues Band - Telephone Boogie Geno Delafose - French Rockin' Boogie CC Jerome's Jetsetters - Believe What You Say Red Wagons Blues Band - The House Of Blue Lights Big Jay McNeely & Dana Gillespie - Get Up And Boogie MaarudKara - John Deere Boogie Mojo Blues Band - High Blood Pressure Boogie (Instrumental) Steve Bailey and The Blue Flames - Steve's Harmonica Boogie Foghat - 495 Boogie Willie and the Poor Boys. - Chicken Shack Boogie Canned Heat - John Lee Hooker Boogie Blues Cargo - Boogie 69 Matt Woods And The Thunderbolts - B.O.G. Boogie Monti Amundson (with the Blubinos) - Shake A Leg Meg 2Stonecold Hobos - Bad Leg Boogie Canned Heat - Bagful Of Boogie Paul Rose Band - Cajun Nico Brina - Boogie Woogie Power Bad Sign Bluesband - I Can't Be Satisfied Bill Thomas - Boogie Nico Brina - Jumpin' Chicks On A Washboard Rick Derringer - Blue Boogie Jake Lear - Work Work Work Rick Derringer - Meantown Blues Matt Woods And The Thunderbolts - Cold Water Nico Brina - Charlie's Boogie Nuno Mindelis - More Hugs Swamp Cabbage - Silver Meteor Magic Slim & The Teardrops - Black Tornado Mojo Blues Band - She's A Hot Mamacita Fernando Noronha & Black Soul (with Ron Levy) - Moondog Boogie Willie and the Poor Boys. - Poor Boy Boogie Magic Slim & The Teardrops - Let Me Love You!! Gustavsson Kjell - I Can't Go I Can't Stay Stacie Collins - Baby Sister George Thorogood and the Destr - Rock Party Jake Lear - Leave This Town Fernando Noronha & Black Soul (with Ron Levy) - Voodoo Girl John Campbelljohn - Johnny Rock 'N' Roll Benoît Blue Boy - Boogie Boogie Tout Le Temps Jack Mack & The Heart Attack - JB's intro
Thorbjørn Risager & The Black Tornado in Muckwar-October/07/2017
 
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Im Krug zum grünen Kranze am 7.10.2017 Thorbjørn Risager & The Black Tornado -October/07/2017
Views: 218 MrDrohnex
"Black Tornado"  by O'Brien, Marotta, Baird, Tranbaugh
 
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Chris O'Brien, Frank Marotta Jr., Ethan Baird, and Brittany Ann Tranbaugh having fun playing "Black Tornado" by Dan Bern.
Views: 377 Kathy Sands-Boehmer
Fly Tornado Slim IQ4516 Octa - сверхтонкий 8-ядерный смартфон - видео обзор
 
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Fly Tornado Slim IQ4516 Octa - на сегодня самый тонкий смартфон в мире (хотя говорят, есть еще тоньше). Толщина смартфона составляет всего 5,1 миллиметра. Новый флагман от Fly - уже второй в линейке Tornado, после флагмана Fly Tornado One. Аппарат работает под управлением Android 4.4.2 и оснащен 8-ядерным процессором MediaTek MTK MT6592М частотой 1,7 ГГц с графикой Mali-450MP. Fly Tornado Slim имеет яркий и контрастный 4,8-дюймовый Super AMOLED дисплей с HD-разрешением (1280 на 720 пикселей). . Собственные фото можно снимать в высоком качестве с помощью фронтальной 5-мегапиксельной камеры, при этом основная камера снимает с разрешением 8 мегапикселей. Новый флагман торговой марки зафиксирован в Книге рекордов Гиннесса как самый тонкий смартфон в истории. А стоит Fly Tornado Slim IQ4516 Octa всего 4000 грн или 300 долл.! Смотрите тестовое видео: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TysX_rwRadk&list=PL_JpjvXZfb4EBDn-jTIokVkioxnpXrCPn Подписывайтесь на мой канал, оставляйте комментарии и лайки, делитесь видео на своих страницах! Ждите свежие обзоры в среду и субботу! http://www.youtube.com/german Читайте обзоры: http://expert.com.ua/90597-fly-tornado-slim-iq4516-octa-sverxtonkij-8-yadernyj-smartfon.html http://itnews.com.ua/reviews/854.html
FORJA A MANO ARTESANAL 2
 
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MÚSICA INTERPRETADA POR LA BANDA ARGENTINA ''LA SUBURBANA BLUES'' BLACK TORNADO DE (MAGIC SLIM )
The Blue Junkyard June 7th, 2018 Part One Special Guest: Nick Moss
 
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On this edition of The Blue Junkyard, I interview Nick Moss on his latest Alligator Records release "The High Cost Of Low Living". Check Out The Blue Junkyard EVERY THURSDAY from 1PM-3PM on 22 West Radio at 22westmedia.com Playlist: 01:02PM Eddy "The Chief" Clearwater “A Good Leavin' Alone” composed by Baker/Brooks/Clearwater from Alligator Records 40th Anniversary Collection (CD, Album, Blues, 2011) on Alligator Records 01:05PM Orphan Jon and the Abandoned “Love Light” composed by J. English, B. Krupnik from Abandoned No More(CD, Album, Blues, 2018, added 07/17/2018) on Rip Cat Records 01:11PM Sixto Rodriguez “Can't Get Away” composed by Sixto Rodriguez from Searching For Sugar Man (CD, Album, Rock, 2012) on unknown 01:16PM Magic Slim & The Teardrops “Playin' With My Mind” composed by Nick Holt from Black Tornado (CD, Album, Blues, 1998) on BLIND PIG RECORDS 01:21PM Nathan James & The Rhythm Scratchers “Chosen Kind” composed by Nathan James from What You Make of It(CD, Album, Blues, 2012) on DELTA GROOVE PRODUCTIONS 01:25PM Whiteboy James and the Blues Express “Trouble” composed by James Page from Extreme Makeover (CD, Album, Blues, 2011) on Rip Cat Records 01:28PM Pork Chop Tom Blues Band “I Remember When” from Pork Chop Tom Blues Band (CD, Album, Blues, 2009) on Pork Chop Tom Blues Band 01:31PM Roy Gaines “Big Legs, Tight Skirt” from The First TB Album (CD, Album, Blues, 2004) on unknown 01:52PM George Thorogood & The Destroyers “Mama talk To Your Daughter” composed by Ale Atkins/ Jerry B. Lenoir from 2120 South Michigan Ave. (CD, Album, Rock, 2011) on Capitol Records 01:55PM Dany Franchi “Back to the River (feat. Anson Funderburgh)” composed by Dany Franchi from Problem Child (CD, Album, Blues, 2018, added 05/03/2018) on Station House Records 02:01PM Russ Green “First Thing Smokin'” from City Soul(CD, Album, Blues, 2018) on unknown 02:05PM Tom Hambridge “Blues Been Mighty Good To Me” from The NOLA Sessions (CD, Album, Blues, 2018) on unknown 02:13PM Nick Moss “Crazy Mixed Up Baby” composed by Nick Moss from The High Cost of Low Living (CD, Album, Blues, 2018) on Alligator Records 02:17PM Nick Moss “Get Right Before You Get Left” composed by Nick Moss from The High Cost of Low Living(CD, Album, Blues, 2018) on Alligator Records 02:22PM Nick Moss “The High Cost of Low Living” composed by Nick Moss from The High Cost of Low Living(CD, Album, Blues, 2018) on Alligator Records 02:26PM Nick Moss “Count On Me” composed by Dennis Gruenling from The High Cost of Low Living (CD, Album, Blues, 2018) on Alligator Records 02:30PM Nick Moss “Note on the Door” composed by Nick Moss from The High Cost of Low Living (CD, Album, Blues, 2018) on Alligator Records 02:37PM Nick Moss “He Walked With Giants (Ode to Barrelhouse Chuck)” composed by Nick Moss from The High Cost of Low Living (CD, Album, Blues, 2018) on Alligator Records 02:41PM Nick Moss “Rambling on My Mind” composed by Boyd Gilmore from The High Cost of Low Living (CD, Album, Blues, 2018) on Alligator Records 02:47PM Jimmy Burns “Leaving Here Walking” composed by Jimmy Burns from Leaving Here Walking (CD, Album, Blues, 1996) on Delmark
Views: 10 Robert Eliff
Buddy Guy    ~   D.J.  Play My Blues  ( Full Album )  1981
 
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Modern Electric Chicago Blues 1981 Enjoy , my friends !!! Track List Blues at My Baby's House 00:00:00 All Your Love 00:07:05 Girl You're Nice and Clean 00:12:17 Dedication to the Late T-Bone Walker 00:17:17 Good News 00:24:16 She Suits Me to a T 00:28:59 DJ Play My Blues 00:33:32 Just Teasin' 00:38:55 The Garbage Man Blues vocals Phil Guy 00:43:40 Mellow Down vocals Phil Guy 00:50:51 Comin' On 00:56:48 Girl You're Nice and Clean (Alternative version) 01:00:01 *Disclaimer: All audio & visual parts in my videos are the sole property of their respective owners. The videos are purely for entertainment and recreational purposes. No Copyright infringement intended! All rights go to their rightful owners. I do not own the rights of the music. For your information, if a band or an artist wishes one or some of the songs/videos to be removed from my channel's upload list, it is advisable to come into contact with me by sending a personal message and I will delete it or them as soon as possible.
Views: 8508 Dimitris Koutsiaftis

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