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Youre So Fine - Little Walter - Blues With A Feeling (CD)

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  1. You're So Fine Little Walter. Play on Napster. Released: Jun Label: Geffen Facebook Twitter Songs. Play 1. Juke. Play 2. Can't Hold Out Much Longer. Play 3. Mean Old World. Play 4. Sad Hours. Play 5. Tell Me Mama. Play 6. Off The Wall. Play 7. Blues With A Feeling. Play 8. You're So Fine. Play 9. Too Late. Play Last Night - (second.
  2. "Blues with a Feeling" is compilation of sides by blues harp virtuoso Marion "Little Walter" Jacobs who like Charles Christian created the electric version of his instrument. The collection consists of alternate takes and originals, the latter not released on other, better Little Walter collections like "His Best" or "Hate to See you Go"/5(11).
  3. Walter's influence to this very day is so pervasive over the landscape of the instrument that this collection of singles is truly: 1) one of the all-time greatest blues harmonica albums, 2) one of the all-time greatest Chicago blues albums, and 3) one of the first ten albums you should purchase if you're building your blues collection from the.
  4. You're So Fine Last Night Blues with a Feeling Can't Hold Out Much Longer Juke Mean Old World Off the Wall You Better Watch Yourself Blue Lights Tell Me Mamma. Performer Notes: Little Walter -- aka Marion Walter Jacobs -- wasn't the first great harmonica player in the blues, but the instrument had a whole new force and personality after he was.
  5. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Little Walter - Blues With A Feeling at Discogs. Complete your Little Walter collection. Country: UK • Genre: Blues • Style: Chicago Blues, Harmonica Blues Blues With A Feeling: You're So Fine: Oh Baby: You'd Better Watch Yourself: Last Night: My Babe: Little Walter: Blues 4/5(7).
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Boss Blues Harmonica - Little Walter on AllMusic - - The high rating is for the music. Served in a.
  7. The hugely influential bluesman Little Walter Jacobs was a volatile and violent character and, sadly, died after a street fight in Chicago when he was just This short but potent blues CD is a superb introduction to his work/5(48).
  8. ratttaderppargemebarblarilquirecjee.co Essential is right! The blues would be a very different, considerably tamer animal were it not for Little Walter. While the Chess roster in the '50s was littered with aces, only Muddy Waters scored on the charts with greater regularity/5(20).
  9. Little Walter's huge wailing harp sound makes it easy to understand why people call the harmonica the "Mississippi Sax." This song CD contains all of his biggest numbers, including Juke; My Babe; You're So Fine; Blues with a Feeling; Sad Hours; Mean Old World, and more from the harp-blowing blues .

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