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Ray Sharpe - T.A. Blues album flac Performer: Ray Sharpe
Title: T.A. Blues
Style: Rock & Roll
Released: 1959
Country: US
MP3 album: 1674 mb
FLAC album: 1266 mb
Rating: 4.2
Other formats: MP4 WMA MP3 VOC MP1 MMF MP2
Genre: Rock

The concept behind Blues at Sunrise is a good one: collect ten of SRV's best slow blues numbers, primarily from the official studio albums but also a couple of unreleased cuts and rarities, and sequence them as if they were a lost studio album. It's a neat idea, especially when it's packaged in artwork that deliberately evokes memories of classic blues albums from the '60s (there's even a fake, faded record ring on the front and back covers), and it's hard to fault the music here

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Erscheinungsdatum 14 April 2014. Labels Secret Records. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen1. 1. Nothing Left (ft. Bill Sharpe). Mountains to the Sea (ft. 3. Make My Day (ft. 4. Heavy Load (ft. 5. Fast Train (ft. 6. Walking Too Slow (ft. 7. Haven't Got the Time (ft.

Gold is a compilation album by The Moody Blues, released in 2005 by Polydor. All songs were written by Justin Hayward and performed by The Moody Blues, except where noted. Justin Hayward – guitar, vocals. John Lodge – bass, guitar, vocals. Michael Pinder – keyboards, vocals. Ray Thomas – vocals, flute, percussion, harmonica. Graeme Edge – drums, percussion, vocals. John Lodge – bass, vocals.

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Origin: This Chicago blues lick takes its roots from Texas-born T-Bone Walker. Theory: Culled from the A blues scale (A–C–D–Eb–E–G), this lick illustrates a chromatic approach to the 5th (E) that starts measure 2 and a jazzy, double-chromatic approach (playing the note chromatically on either side of a target note) to the major 3rd (C Playing Tip: The lick is in 12/8 but because it’s a steady stream of eighth notes, think of the groupings as eighth-note triplets in 4/4 time for a smooth, fluid line. Stevie Ray Vaughan

This 2016 Blues Album Round-up features albums from the time-tested veterans, great stuff from the genre’s younger apprentices as well as a lovely dose of surprises. The rolling stones - blue and lonesome. The titanic blues influence on the Rolling Stones is something even the casual Stones fan is fully aware of.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A T.A. Blues
Written-By – Lee Hazlewood
B Long John
Written-By – Ray Sharpe

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
1138 Ray Sharpe T.A. Blues ‎(7", Single) Jamie 1138 US 1959