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Lousiana Blues - Harmonica Fats & The Bernie Pearl Blues Band - I Had To Get Nasty (CD, Album)

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  1. BLUES deluxe is a Columbia South Carolina based 4 piece blues band offering a rich mix of creative original songs, hidden blues gems and interesting takes on blues classics. With a mission to keep your foot tapping and ensure that you dont hear the same 15 songs you heard from the last bar band you saw, you are sure to be entertained.
  2. Little Walter. Little Walter is the Godfather of blues harmonica! He stands alone as the one who transformed blues harmonica playing from a un-amplified, background, sideman instrument, to an amplified lead instrument that could solo with power alongside the other amplified instruments of the band.
  3. Apr 19,  · An April 19 front-page profile of Bernie Pearl, a Long Beach musician who has been a longtime presence in the Southern California blues scene and is coming out with his first CD.
  4. harmonica fats & the bernie pearl blues band: i had to get nasty (lp/cd) In Love With Three Girls / Put My Clothes And Shoes Back In The Closet / I Had To Get Nasty / Jelly Rollin' Papa / Harmonica Fats Blows / Baby, You / Boogie All The Way / Louisiana Blues / She Got Soul / Slidin' Defender / Low Desert / Automobile Blues (sang by Bernie.
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  6. Bacon Fat Grease One for Me () John Mayall The Last of the British Blues () Bill "Jazz" Gillum Blues by Jazz Gillum Singing and Playing His Harmonica () Billy Boy Arnold Eldorado Cadillac () Rod Piazza Harpburn () Lazy Lester Blues .
  7. Released in , Harmonica Fats & The Bernie Pearl Blues Band Album "I Had To Get Nasty" with Terry Big T DeRouen playing lead and rhythm guitar throughout the entire recording. Hollis Gilmore .
  8. Blues musicians are musical artists who are primarily recognized as writing, performing, and recording blues music. They come from different eras and include styles such as ragtime-vaudeville, Delta and country blues, and urban styles from Chicago and the West Coast. In the last several decades, blues music has developed a less regional character and has been influenced by rhythm and blues.
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