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artist: Pat Carr
Gospel Blues inspired by Blind Willie Johnson
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Country Blues Song with 4-part harmony.This song went to No. 1 in Country Blues.
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artist: Wade Farlowe
Life shouldn't be complicated...
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artist: Bob Wyatt
I've been there a time or two
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ONE OFF OF THE(FEET ON THE GROUND)LP
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Cool acoustic slide instrumental by Rick Payne in the style of Tampa Red. Rick plays this in Open D. Howe
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artist: Blind Boy
Found a cool sounding preset on my Line6 and started goofing around with it.
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Wrote this while I was,,,,, Homesick.
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artist: DMenard
Recorded on Zoom PS-04 with internal mike. Home built guitar made from a Jack Daniels tin.
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[Get a **free download**] Traditional spiritual, first recorded by the great Texas bluesman Blind Willie Johns
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The definitive ode to Jug Band Music - Cause it sounds so sweet! See us play it live on YouTube at http://www.
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title: WICKED WIND
feat. Leo on slide guitar. We played in a small Cafe
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artist: ZAN THE MAN
Lonesome is what you have when all you have is gone. Lonesome is living with only a memory and a tear. Video o
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The song is about a guy. sitting in his favorite bar, thinking about his woman from LONGVIEW TX, that has drop
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A Blend of acoustic guitar, w/resophonic guitar call and response, pulled together with great harp lines HO
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Live recording on a Zoom HD2 on Open Mike night at the Woodstock Inn, Woodstock, MD. Rick Buchanan special gu
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A collabration between my friend Tony and I.
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Bluesy Pop Variation with Sax and 2 solo guitars. 6:36
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Michael Charles live at JBTV 2006 - 2007: JBTV's history starts back in 1986 when Disc Jockey, Jerry Bryant saw the trend of major music shows fading out music videos. Out of his love and passion for music, JBTV was born. Now, gargantuan in the Chicago music scene, Jerry continues to nurture his project. Among the hit music show of JBTV, Jerry is a leader in TV production, video production, and concert location recording. Jerry and his JBTV studios have been the recipient of several awards, regional emmy's, and on the coveted Billboard twice for the Best Modern Rock Program. The incredible studio is a bevy of signed pictures and recog...
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Finish the Kitchen: For the first time, I tried to post a song in my signature file, along with the graphic for it. What a pain that was! I looked up the BBCode for it, and meticulously copied it in, only to find it was showing with [img] tags. Blargh. The song in question is called "Finish the Kitchen", which you can find here. http://www.soundclick.com/bands/songInfo.cfm?bandID=327734&songID=5170006 I had recorded an acoustic version of this years ago, and realized this week that I've never posted this anywhere! I had posted a terrible country waltz version of it at mp3.com.au, but not this, which is v...
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Rivers of Tears: A lot of my songs are actually my way of practising the meditation technique of St. Ignatius Loyola. This song, my latest, is that kind of meditation: http://www.soundclick.com/bands/songInfo.cfm?bandID=327734&songID=5447078 Not to go into detail about what Ignatian meditation is, but the gist of it is that you put yourself into scenes of the Bible, and soak in the impression that the scene makes on you. In "Rivers of Tears", I transfered my own sorrow about the things I've done wrong in my life into the places and scenes of repentance in the New Testament - the woman washing Jesus' f...
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