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Married Woman Blues - Various - The Big Box Of British Blues (CD)

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  1. Mezicage
    Oct 25,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Blues Guitar Women on Discogs.
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  2. Nit
    Check out Women of The Blues by Various artists on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on billeurothsevolmocootisupballnekit.coinfo4/5(1).
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  3. Mazugor
    These groundbreaking women cut a path for those that followed them, from the fantastic songbirds of the swing era, to the rhythm and blues gals who birthed rock n roll. Digitally remastered with the extensive liner notes, this chronological collection is a perfect introduction to the legendary women that sang the blues.4/4(1).
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  4. Akinonos
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Women of the Blues - Various Artists on AllMusic - - Is there any uglier record cover in existence.
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  5. Mezijar
    Sassy Sexy Witty Women's Blues buy CD music Description Women have been writing, singing and recording wild and sassy blues tunes since the first shouts of the Roaring Twenties. These 28 tunes, from to now, are the boldest and the best.
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  6. Shaktirisar
    Throughout history, there have been many British women rhythm & blues singers who have made significant contribution to the field. The list includes many familiar and great British female rhythm & blues singers such as Adele, Victoria Beckham, Jessie J, Joss Stone, Ella Henderson.
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  7. Yokinos
    The Great Women Blues Singers [Audio CD] Various Artists Track Listings Disc: 1 1. St. Louis Blues - Bessie Smith I Ain't Givin' Nobody None - Mae Glover 7. Rolling Log Blues - Lottie Kimbrough 8. Down The Big Road Blues - Mattie Delaney 9. Be My Kid Blues - Elizabeth Johnson Dirty T. B. Blues - Victoria Spivey Box Office Mojo Find /5(2).
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  8. Fenrirn
    I Ain't Gonna Let You Go." However, four miscues taint the CD: Ann Peeples' "Fear No Evil" and Miki Honeycutt's "Come with Me" have more to do with R&B than blues; Deanna Bogart's "My Blue Mood" owes more to old-school jazz than blues; and Rory Block's "God's Gift to Woman" is interesting but has nothing to do with blues.
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