- Performer:Original Beach Music Band
- Title:Beach Music Guitar Blues
- Date of release:November 3, 2008
- Size FLAC version1892 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1418 megabytes
- Size WMA version1767 megabytes
- Formats:FLAC MPC AA MMF TTA AUD
Beach Music is the sixth studio album by American musician Alex G, released on October 9, 2015, through Domino Recording Company, his first album under the label.
Date: 9 august 2013 Added: BESS Views: 803. BESS. ARTIST: Jerry Beach Band. ALBUM, TITLE: I'll Play The Blues For You. Release year, date: 1997. 01 - Cutin' Up 02 - Roadrunner 03 - Some Kind Of Wonderful 04 - All By Myself 05 - Don't Tell Me 'bout The Blues 06 - She Loves My Automobile 07 - Old Red Guitar 08 - Seeds & Stems 09 - Ooh Poo Pah Doo. 10 - St. James Infirmary 11 - Victim Of The Blues 12 - Take You Higher 13 - I'll Play The Blues For You Look for more music Jerry Beach Band. Music styles and genres.
Audio CD, Box set, April 20, 1999. 3. Night And Day - The Gatlin Brothers. 4. No No - Mojo Blues Band With Jimmy McCracklin. 5. My Heart - The Stylistics. 6. Well-A-Wiggy - The Weather Girls. 7. Love Comes Knockin' - Percy Sledge. 8. Easy Comin' Out (Hard Goin' In) - William Bell. 9. Sit Down And Talk To Me - Lou Rawls. 10. (I'm Just Thinking About) Cooling Out - Jerry Butler.
To many, beach music evokes images of the endless summer, surfing and all things from the California coast from the 1960s. However, this isn't exactly quite what beach music is, and you may be confusing it with surf music, which includes surf rock and the like. Beach music is, and it could get confusing by sheer definition, the name given to rock, soul, and R&B songs that have retained popularity along the Carolina coast, and not California. Good beach music could also refer to light, melodic, and romantic soul-pop records of the 1960s (see its still the same era)
The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, ‘The Paul Butterfield Blues Band’. Where American white kids got the notion they could play the blues. These Kentucky boys took a giant leap forward on their fourth album – giant enough to take them from a jammy Americana band to awe-inspiring purveyors of interstellar art rock. My Morning Jacket infused Z with both Eno-esque keyboards and sculpted guitars, but also Skynyrd-style riffs and bar-band grooves.
The Blues' originated as a style of local folk music from around the Mississippi Delta as the 20 th Century began. Its influence was spread across the Southern States by travelling shows and 'wandering songsters' like Lead Belly and Blind Lemon Jefferson, who sang Blues songs along with folk ballads, spirituals and Ragtime ditties, and both used Blues forms in their own compositions in their later recording careers. Back in the Delta, Charley Patton was setting an example himself, inspiring other Bluesmen like Son House, Robert Johnson, Howlin'Wolf and many more. By the end of the decade, most of these important players had made records, and in the 30s Johnson himself revolutionised the Blues with his exuberant, polyrhythmic guitar style, and his songs provided a 'blueprint' for future generations.
CreditsOriginal Beach Music Band - Primary Artist
Traditional - Composer
|1||Shagging to the Blues||Original Beach Music Band||2:36|
|2||Taylor Acoustic Guitar Blues||Original Beach Music Band||1:35|
|3||Myrtle Beach Guitar Blues||Original Beach Music Band||2:35|
|4||Amazing Grace||Original Beach Music Band||4:52|
|5||Virginia Beach Music Blues||Original Beach Music Band||2:53|
|6||Carolina Guitar Blues||Original Beach Music Band||3:11|
|7||Taylor Guitar Blues||Original Beach Music Band||3:41|
|8||Ocean Boulevard Blues||Original Beach Music Band||2:51|
|9||American Guitar Blues||Original Beach Music Band||3:25|
|10||Pavilion Rocking Guitar Blues(Majic Attic)||Original Beach Music Band||2:35|
|11||Yellow Bird Traditional||Original Beach Music Band||1:52|