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9 thoughts on “ Im Going To Keep On Loving - Brownie McGhee - Blues Is Truth (CD, Album) ”

  1. Blues Had A Baby; I'm Going To Keep On Loving; Walk On; Rainy Day; Christine; Don't Dog Your Woman; Mean And Evil; Drinkin' Wine, Spo-Dee-O-Dee; Blues In Truth; Bunkhouse; Key To The Highway; Blues On Parade.
  2. ONE THING FOR SURE reworks the "Gonna reap what you sow" idea in an 8-bar format. Memphis Slim's TROUBLE IN MIND is taken just a tad too slow and begins to drag a bit, but LITTLE BLACK ENGINE, a bar blues taken in cut time, is a train song that is captivating and even swings nicely. A fine addition to the Brownie McGhee repertory/5(4).
  3. Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee at Sugar Hill () Brownie's Blues is an album by blues musician Brownie McGhee recorded in and released on the Bluesville label in
  4. Brownie's Blues, an Album by Brownie McGhee. Released in on Bluesville (catalog no. BVLP ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Piedmont Blues. Featured peformers: Brownie McGhee (guitar, vocals), Sonny Terry (harmonica), Bennie Foster (guitar), Rudy Van Gelder (recording engineer), Pete Welding (liner notes), Esmond Edwards (photography), Don Schlitten (design).
  5. The Blues Had A Baby: 2: I'm Going To Keep On Loving: 3: Walk On: 4: Rainy Day: 5: Christina: 6: Don't Dog Your Woman: 7: Mean And Evil: 8: Wine Sporty Orty Written-By – Stick McGhee: 9: Blues Is Truth: Bunkhouse: Key To The Highway Written-By – Big Bill Broonzy: Blues On Parade.
  6. Jun 07,  · DJ JAY Blues HIt Brownie McGhee - Brownies New Blues claptakseberzocarmainoiranfaikiddabb.coinfoom.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Blues Is Truth on Discogs.5/5(1).
  8. Brownie McGhee was 60 when Blues Is Truth (reissued on CD by Concord's Blues Alliance label in ) was recorded in White Plains, N.Y. in , and the veteran bluesman was still a powerful, authoritative singer. Although not quite in a class with McGhee's magnificent work with Sonny Terry in the s and '60s, Truth is a consistently appealing date that unites him with 8/
  9. “Blues Is Truth,” said Brownie McGhee, smiling, almost laughing. It was the summer of and we were at the kitchen table in Brownie’s home in Oakland, California. The supper dishes had been cleared and we were near the end of a visit that lasted the better part of two days. Brownie had been handed a guitar and he was digging in.

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