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Label: Center Of The World - CW 006 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: France • Genre: Jazz • Style: Avant-garde Jazz
Fondamental Blues One - Center Of The World - Solos & Duets. Volume 6 (Vinyl, LP, Album)

 · “Ladies and gentleman, how about a nice round of applause to welcome the world’s greatest blues singer, B.B. King!” So begins one of the greatest live albums in the genre, and it immediately showcases B.B.’s incredibly warm-yet-forceful guitar stylings, mostly in the way he could make a note hum and vibrate for ted Reading Time: 7 mins.

Spine reads " The World Of Blues Power - Various Artists - Decca 'M' PA-R14 - 'S' SPA-R 14 "This release is almost identical to the following release: The World Of Blues Power However the labels differ very slightly. This release has "Made In England The Decca Record Co. Ltd." printed in the lower rim text/5(11).

 · , / Avalon Sunset, Van Morrison’s 19th studio album, was a commercial success, and his fastest album to reach gold status in the UK. But while it attracted more attention than usual, it feels like Morrison is treading a well worn path by this point, and it’s difficult to get excited about most of its ted Reading Time: 11 mins.

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  1.  · Rush takes three solos on this track from the album Chicago/The Blues/Today!, Vol. 2. His first, in the song’s intro, is amazing from the get-go—not because it’s a display of guitar fireworks, but precisely because it’s not. Phrase by phrase, Rush uses his Epiphone Riviera to Estimated Reading Time: 9 mins.

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