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Various Artists - More Jazz X-Mas! (Get the Blues) album mp3

Various Artists - More Jazz X-Mas! (Get the Blues) album mp3
  • Performer:
    Various Artists
  • Title:
    More Jazz X-Mas! (Get the Blues)
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  • Date of release:
    August 18, 2005
  • Size FLAC version
    1902 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1216 megabytes
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    1341 megabytes
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Get Jazz Near You A weekly events guide. Talkin' Blues Talking 2 Musicians Tell Me More The Art and Science of Jazz The Art Of The Artist To Fan Relationship The Audiophile The Big Question The Cool Vic Files The Doorman's Diary The Jazz Life The Jazzletter The Low End The Moment's Energy The Mort Report The Vinyl Post Top Ten List Under the Radar Unsung Heroes Video Feature.

The Blues "White Album". We next get a version of "Revolution" led by Kenny Neal, Lucky Peterson, and Tab Benoit. This is one of the better cuts on the album, with the organ adding a nice texture to the sound. This is the longest cut on the album, at more than eight minutes; fortunately, it is also the best cut. A real change of pace is T-Bone Wolk's rendition of "Don't Pass Me B. The arrangement sounds like a combination of country, blues, and reggae, with some organ thrown in for good effect.

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