Band's List Blues Rock John Mayall Jammin' With The Blues Greats. Members owning this album0. 1. An Eye For An Eye. 2. My Time After Awhile. 3. The Dark Side Of Midnight. 5. Baby, What You Want Me To Do. 6. Messin' With The Kid. 7. Shorty George. 8. Why Are You So Mean To Me?
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. These guys seem to be having fun with the tune, not trying to hit us over the head with it. Thanks, guys, especially Tab Benoit.
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Title: Jammin' with the Blues Greats (Video 1982).
The Blues White Album - Студийный альбом от Various Artists. Вышел Неизвестно В альбом вошло 10 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 51:22. Lucky Peterson With The Blues Rebels - Dov Hammer, Andy Watts& The Hillels. Kenny Neal-My Only Good Thing. Kenny Neal-Things Got To Get Better. You Haven't Done Nothin' - Lucky Peterson.
Jammin' the Blues is a 1944 American short film in which several prominent jazz musicians got together for a rare filmed jam session. It features Lester Young, Red Callender, Harry Edison, Marlowe Morris, Sid Catlett, Barney Kessel, Jo Jones, John Simmons, Illinois Jacquet, Marie Bryant, Archie Savage and Garland Finney. Barney Kessel is the only white musician in the film. He was seated in the shadows to shade his skin.