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Roosevelt Sykes - Sugar Babe Blues album flac Performer: Roosevelt Sykes
Title: Sugar Babe Blues
MP3 album: 1999 mb
FLAC album: 1599 mb
Rating: 4.5
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Performer: The Honey Dripper Writer: Sykes. Blues singer with piano, bass and guitar acc. Digitized from a shellac record, at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are . mil truncated conical, . mil truncated conical. These were recorded flat and then also equalized with Turnover: 48., Rolloff: -1. 5.

Ho!, 7. Living The Right Life, 8. New Fire Detective Blues, 9. Run This Boogie, 10. Slidell Blues, 11. Mistake In Life, 12. She’s Got Me Straddle A Lo. More albums from Roosevelt Sykes: The Original Honeydripper by Roosevelt Sykes. Blues by Roosevelt Sykes. Portraits In Blues Vol. 11 by Roosevelt Sykes. The Meek Roosevelt Sykes by Roosevelt Sykes. The Honeydripper by Roosevelt Sykes. Chicago Blues Festival 1970 by Roosevelt Sykes. Music Is My Business by Roosevelt Sykes. The Honeydripper’s Duke’s Mixture by Roosevelt Sykes.

Слушайте Roosevelt "the Honeydripper" Sykes и скачивайте бесплатно в формате mp3 прямо сейчас, без кодов, смс и регистрации. Security Blues - Roosevelt "The Honeydripper" Sykes. 44 Blues - Roosevelt "The Honeydripper" Sykes. The Thing - Roosevelt "The Honeydripper" Sykes. 07 - Satellite Baby - 1960 - The Honeydripper (1993-Remastering)(OBC) - Roosevelt Sykes. 05 - Jailbait - 1960 - The Honeydripper (1993-Remastering)(OBC) - Roosevelt Sykes.

Profilo: American blues musician, born January 31, 1906 in Elmar, Arkansas and died July 17, 1983 in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Roosevelt Sykes, Album. Music Is My Business. Other albums by Roosevelt Sykes. Right Now. A Night to Remember. Night Time Is the Right Time. The idea was to cut albums by Sykes and Shines, in combination with the younger blues players that were stuffed in the back of the car: none other than the intense Louisiana Red and a harmonica player who called himself Sugar Blue (at this point most likely to be heard on the streets of New York, but eventually to cut records with none. other than the Rolling Stones). This album presents the pianist's side of what happened. The cranky Sykes had a particular loathing for harmonicas and barely let the Sugar out of the bowl, while the combination of the florid, technically adept New Orleans.