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9 thoughts on “ Hey, Hey Now Baby - Big Joe Louis & His Blues Kings - Big Joe Louis & His Blues Kings (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Rhumba Blues King Cole Trio. Run Joe Louis Jordan. Puerto Vootie Slim Gaillard Trio. Back Yard Affair Sonny Thompson. Back Home Blues Lowell Fulsom. Hey Now Baby Professor Longhair. Tropical Fever Russell Jacquet. Messy Bessy Dave Bartholomew.
  2. Hey Now Baby - Roy Byrd; 9. Oh Well - Roy Byrd; Hadacol Bounce - Roy Byrd; Longhair Stomp - Roy Byrd & His Blues Jumpers; Been Foolin' Around - Roy Byrd & His Blues Jumpers; Between the Night and Day (In the Wee Wee Hours) - Roy Byrd & His Blues Jumpers, Hey Now Baby - Roland Byrd,, Professor Longhair, Professor Longhair.
  3. Big Joe Williams song lyrics collection. Browse 59 lyrics and Big Joe Williams albums. Big Joe Williams: Baby Please Don't Go () Rare Williams - [The Dave Cash Collection] Original Blues Kings. Blues History. 40 Delta Blues Gems. Ultimate Blues Classics. Blues Session.
  4. Big Joe Louis & His Blues Kings Big Joe Louis & His Blues Kings Levy-yhtiö HOL Blue Horizon Koodi BLUH Julkaisuvuosi
  5. Jan 02,  · Listen to Hey, Hey Now Baby on Spotify. Big Joe Louis & His Blues Kings · Song · Music Duration: 3 min.
  6. Big Joe Louis & His Blues Kings: Originally released as Blue Horizon LP BLUH () The Stars In The Sky: Originally released as Tramp LP/CD TR () Barcode and Other Identifiers5/5(1).
  7. - Big Joe Louis And His Blues Kings. There's an honesty and vitality about those first recordings that was still present three years later when BJL and band made their second good rockin' album with Vernon The Stars In The Sky - a former Dutch-only release that's now available here, at no extra cost, as the second half of our value-packed.
  8. Jan 12,  · Great footage of the legendary Big Bill Broonzy playing "Hey Hey." From the DVD "Country Blues Guitar: A Three Volume DVD Collection." More info at https://s.
  9. Playing and writing electric blues in the mold of the classic '50s Chess Records prototype, Big Joe Louis and his crew suffer the same mixed blessing common to many White (and some British) blues bands. Their command of their instruments and genuine love of the music is offset by mediocre if energetic vocals (from guitarist/singer Louis) and a revivalist mindset that recreates with precision.

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