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  1. Every Day I Have The Blues () 8. Ten Long Years () 9. Crying Won`t Help You () Did You Ever Love A Woman () The Tunders - Sunny / Juventude e Brasa (LP /Brasil) 4 hours ago Voodoo Wagon Greg Lake with Gary Moore - London John Coltrane - Live at Birdland () 1 year ago EasyMusic 1 year ago Bate-Boca & Musical.
  2. He became known for A Little Every Day, No Mail Today, Everybody's Boogie, and many other solo recordings. Family Life. His family moved to Chicago when he was two. It would be seven years after this move that he would go blind. Associated With. He successfully recorded .
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Live In Hamburg on Discogs. Label: Happy Bird - ,Happy Bird - ST-HB • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Blues • Style: Country Blues, Piano Blues3/5(1).
  4. Jan 21,  · In Europe, however, he was highly regarded, and this solo set, recorded live in Bonn, Germany, in , is fairly typical of his later work. An easy, natural entertainer, Davis favored a kind of lounge blues approach to things, and he tackles blues, boogie, and jazz pieces, pop standards, and even R&B here in this relaxed, intimate set before a.
  5. Ann Arbor Blues Festival Vol 1 & 2 (50th Anniversary Edition) (mono) (limited gatefold gram coloured vinyl 4xLP box set + book + booket + news articles) Third Man US Cat:
  6. Blind John Davis was one of the architects of the Chicago blues sound through his piano work in the s and s with such artists as Sonny Boy Williamson and Big Bill Broonzy, but he remained little known in the U.S., so most of the recordings from the twilight of his career were made in perhanasotinglecdazzmirochelsstomba.coinfo pleasant set, which features vocals and piano from Davis, with Rob Langereis on acoustic.
  7. "Every Day I Have the Blues" is a blues song that has been performed in a variety of styles. An early version of the song is attributed to Pinetop Sparks and his brother Milton. It was first performed in the taverns of St. Louis by the Sparks brothers and was recorded July 28, by Pinetop with Henry Townsend on guitar. The song is a twelve-bar blues that features Pinetop's piano and Format: inch 78 rpm record.
  8. Blind John Davis - Moanin' The Blues () Written by bluesever Friday, 21 January - Last Updated Sunday, 10 February Blind John Davis - Moanin' The Blues () 1. Introduction 2. It's My Boogie 3. When I lost My Baby 4. Dippermouth Blues 5. Summertime 6. Got The World on A String 7. Jim.

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