8 thoughts on “ Grinnin In Ya Face - Brixtonboogie - Urban Blues (CD, Album) ”

  1. Martin Simpson's album Grinning in Your Face may contain only two originals, but his unique imprint is apparent all over the record, from his instrumental arrangement of "The First Cut Is the Deepest" to his elastic vocals on Buddy Holly's "It Doesn't Matter Anymore." Those vocals might make Simpson an acquired taste for some, but his guitar playing is rich and warm, both on the acoustic 8/
  2. To be included on this popular songs list, a song with a color in the title must have received some measure of popularity since , with a few very significant older songs. These are songs you know or may know, and not obscure album tracks. Of course, all the chart hits are here. If you think another song should be included, let us know.
  3. Click here for our system of mastery for all skill level blues harmonica students. Grinnin' in your face. Posted Sun, 09/06/ - by robfraser. Audio: Having been on an extended (7 week!) camping trip, I've been missing playing/ practising properly for some time. Hence I have no new material to share but I found this recoding from when I.
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Johnny Griffin - Blues For Harvey at Discogs. Complete your Johnny Griffin collection.
  5. In the time period represented (), New York City was one of America's recording hubs for blues/R&B. However, unlike Chicago or Memphis, New York didn't have a defining "sound". Artists who recorded in New York had ended up there from all over the eastern seaboard, and across the rest of the continent as well/5(3).
  6. BIOGRAPHY. Johnny Burgin earns his name as The Worldwide West Side Guitar Man by performing up to shows a year in Europe, Japan and coast to coast in the US. Johnny started his career in the rough and tumble neighborhood blues joints on Chicago’s West Side with Howlin’ Wolf disciple Tail Dragger, and went on to tour and record with blues legends such as Pinetop Perkins, Sam Lay and.
  7. Johnny makes the blues feel right at home, like a well-chosen hat, no matter where he lives, or wherever he plays. He’s surfing off in new directions, trying on new outfits (hey man, is that a Speedo with that fedora, on the back cover?!) “Whatever,” as the kids say the results are tailor-made for blues audiences and beyond, coast to coast.
  8. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Chicago Blues - Johnny Young on AllMusic - - This is an excellent '60s recording by the.

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