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Chicago Blues - Various - Harlem Jazz (Vinyl)

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  • Goltigar
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  • Togor
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  • Faerisar
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    These mostly '60s recordings of tough Chicago blues were produced by Samuel Charters and feature James Cotton, Junior Wells, Otis Spann, Buddy Guy, J.B. Hutto, Homesick James, Big Walter Horton, and Johnny conrefordatosgimafourpnorotamoun.coinfo're very successful snapshots of what was happening in the Chicago blues bars at that time.
  • Akinozahn
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    David Griffiths interviewed over 30 jazz artists in compiling Hot Jazz. The majority of those interviewed are the important, and oft-overlooked, side-men of the Big Bands of the Thirties and Forties, including Greely Walton, Bill Dillard, Lester Boone, Barclay Draper, Harvey Davis. There are .
  • Tonris
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    This item: Essential Chicago Blues / Various (gm Vinyl) by VARIOUS ARTISTS Vinyl $ Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). Ships from and sold by conrefordatosgimafourpnorotamoun.coinfo(53).
  • Nimuro
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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of The Best Of The Chicago Blues on Discogs. Label: Vanguard - VSD-1/2 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Compilation Gatefold • Country: US • Genre: Blues • Style: Chicago Blues Various: The Best Of The Chicago Blues /5(33).
  • Gardajind
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    Mar 07,  · Many white people came to the blues and jazz clubs in Harlem, Chicago, and Los Angeles to listen to the new sounds played by the African Americans. By the s, blues and jazz had a huge influence on mainstream American popular music, the creation of white jazz bands allowed for many white audiences to begin to appreciate new types of music.
  • Kashicage
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    History. Urban blues evolved from classic blues following the Great Migration, or the Great Northern Drive, which was both forced and voluntary at times, of African Americans from the southern U.S. to the industrial cities of the north, such as Chicago. Big Bill Broonzy and Muddy Waters directly joined that migration, like many others, avoiding the more harsh southern Jim .
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