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  • Oct 06,  · It’s official: The Rolling Stones will put out their first studio record in over a decade on December 2nd with the release of new album Blue & Lonesome. .
  • Daddy Rolling Stone Lyrics: Girl you think you've had loving / Girl you think you've had fun / Girl you ain't a seen nothin' 'til I come along / I'm a daddy, I'm a daddy, I'm a daddy / Yeah I'm a.
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Still Got The Blues Vol 1, Vol 2, Vol 3, Vol 4 on Discogs. Label: Emporio - EMPRCD Vol 1,Emporio - EMPRCD Vol 2,Emporio - EMPRCD Vol 3,Emporio - EMPRCD Vol 4 • Format: 4x, CD Compilation • Country: Europe • Genre: Blues •.
  • I Got The Blues - (Sticky Fingers) - () by bluearmyaudio. Full Album by Fred Torminn. The Rolling Stone by ReinaldoUPR. The Rolling Stones - Hate To See You Go by The.
  • Richard Tucker - Circus Rollin On music CD album at CD Universe, Went to New York City in and started to sing and play the guitar, Met and toured the U,S,with.
  • Apr 03,  · Hoochie Coochie Man/I'm Ready/Rollin' Stone/I Just Want To Make Love To You/Honey Bee/She Moves Me//I Can't Be Satisfied/I Want You To Love Me/Long Distance Call/Standing Around Crying/Still A Fool/Louisiana Blues LP - Evil - Howlin' Wolf [] Reissue of Chess LP in monaural only. Moanin' At Midnight/How Many More Years/Smokestack.
  • "Rollin' Stone" is a blues song recorded by Muddy Waters in It is his interpretation of "Catfish Blues", a Delta blues that dates back to s Mississippi. " Still a Fool", recorded by Muddy Waters a year later using the same arrangement and melody, reached number nine on the Billboard R&B chart. "Rollin' Stone" has been recorded by a variety of artists, the rock group the Rolling.
  • With 60 songs over a 2-CD set, this is a monster of a release! `How Mods Got The Blues' basically collects together the original R&B sound track of the Mod scene and, coincidentally (or perhaps not) the songs that also influenced the British rhythm and blues `live' scene/5(4).
  • Rollin' Stone (Jeff Beck) - Rodger's impassioned voice mixing with Jeff's unbelievable guitar playing is just a jaw dropping delight. This cut is just a tiny taste of what can be found on Moore's Still Got The Blues, After Hours, or the ultimate tribute album Blues For Greeny. Having some of the best guitar players in biz to back you up /5(36).