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Hard Times - The Juke Joints - Going To Chicago (CD, Album)

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  1. Going to Chicago, an album by The Juke Joints on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  2. Juke Joint Boogie by Freddie Hart: Listen to songs by Freddie Hart on Myspace, a place where people come to connect, discover, and share.
  3. Het basgitaar gestructureerde ‘Born In Chicago’ belichaamd perfect waar deze Juke Joints voor staan. En dat is opzwepende Chicago blues met dat vette randje. ‘Bullfrog Blues’ is een cover van Rory Gallagher, maar dan in traditionele arrangementen gegoten door Peter’s banjo structuur en Sonnyboy ingetogen blues harp.
  4. 9. holy juke joint beat wolfman's romp shy guy i can't be satisfied: the juke joint pimps "boogie the house down - juke joint style" lp: vr (ean code) cd: vrcd46 (ean code: ) t-man and mighty mike live in cologne in germany.
  5. The release of Let It Roll, the tenth album of Holland's best-known bluesrockers The Juke Joints, coincides with the tenth anniversary of their ever-expanding fanclub. That calls for a party! No wonder that this latest release is a party album extraordinaire.
  6. Juke Joint Event Schedule When you are looking for one of the most exciting concert events, look no further than Juke Joint! Now is the time to purchase your Juke Joint tickets. Of course, Juke Joint is known for the live entertainment, so this is not an event that you want to miss!
  7. The Juke Joints: Going To Chicago ‎ (CD, Album) Continental Record Services, Black Cat (4) CD 38, CD Netherlands: Sell This Version: CD The Juke Joints.
  8. Apr 24,  · The first true Chicago blues album cut in the studio (others were collections of singles or recorded live) was also Junior Wells' first full-fledged album, and the young harpist pulled out all the stops to make it rock. Hard. Backed by friend and musical foil Buddy Guy (the guitarist is listed as "Friendly Chap" on the original vinyl because of.

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