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The Blues Band - Ready (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. referencing The Blues Band Official Bootleg Album, LP, Album, BBBP The UK Arista album from is a reissue of the band's privately released album on the WGLG Artist label (cat # BBBP ). This edition is a numbered edition of 3, copies, signed by all members of the band.
  2. The Underdogs Blues Band, an Album by The Underdogs. Released in on Zodiac (catalog no. ZLP ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Blues Rock.
  3. Muddy Waters Folk Festival of The Blues LP GM Vinyl Reissue Buddy Guy. 5 out of 5 stars (4) Total Ratings 4, $ New The Super Super Blues Band by Howlin' Wolf/Muddy Waters/Bo Diddley (Vinyl, Aug, Jackpot Records) EX+/ Muddy Waters Mississippi Waters Live Vinyl Record Vintage LP Album Blue Sky. $ 6 bids. $ shipping.
  4. All Blues was recorded at Frampton’s studio in Nashville, Studio Phenix, and was co-produced by Chuck Ainlay and Peter Frampton. Now available on 2 LP vinyl featuring bonus track “I Feel So Good” and album art etching on side D/5().
  5. Jan 09,  · THE BLUES BAND - Itchy Feet () SIDE A Talkin' Woman Blues Who's Right, Who's Wrong? Rock 'N' Roll Radio Itchy .
  6. The album was originally a private pressing, recorded live and released by the band themselves, but it sold so well it was re-released intact by Arista after signing the band to a contract. The Blues Band became so popular that they got together as a permanent .
  7. Label: Arista - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: Germany • Genre: Blues • Style: Blues Rock The Blues Band - Ready (, Vinyl) | Discogs Stöbern/5(58).
  8. For the Paul Butterfield Blues Band, this two-LP set proved that it all came down to Butterfield himself and his abilities as a leader in the end. For all of the adulation heaped on Mike Bloomfield, Elvin Bishop, et al., the group was ultimately an extension of Butterfield's abilities as a leader and player, and this set proved that Butterfield and the bandmembers he had assembled in had.
  9. "One by One" was the band's last single to make the charts. The two albums released after Psychedelic Lollipop (Electric Comic Book and Basic Blues Magoos) were not successful. By , the band split up. The band was signed to ABC Records, but only Castro agreed to continue and started up a revamped Blues Magoos, with Eric Kaz, Richie Dickon.

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