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  1. Strike a Deep Chord: Blues Guitars for the Homeless benefits the homeless not only through donation of its profits, but also by shedding light on their everyday struggles, whether by singing from their perspective or commenting on the problem in the third person (usually the former).4/
  2. This release is an expanded version of the classics Arhoolie LP , including songs by Robert Pete Williams, Hogman Maxey, Guitar Welch and others. Featuring a haunting monologue from Roosevelt Charles, as well as unreleased tracks by women singers, Odea Matthews and Thelma Mae Joeseph. Arhoolie CD $
  3. Take a deep dive into your style of music and favorite artists. Get into the history, watch videos and download MP3s. View the list of notable albums with controversial album art, The list has albums or songs that have been considered the worst music ever made by various combinations of music critics, television broadcasters, radio.
  4. Dec 14,  · The guitar solo is melodically unhinged; genius lies in its spastic gestures. Different versions of this song (including Waits’) were used as the theme song for HBO’s The Wire.
  5. Discogs: CD, Strike A Deep Chord: Blues Guitars For The Homeless. リリースのクレジット、レビュー、トラックを確認し、購入。.
  6. Blues CD Reviews Maria Muldaur "Don't You Feel My Leg" front porch, guitar pickin', vocal twangin', harp blowin', foot tappin' and knee slappin' hoe downs where everyone - including the listener - is having a grand ol' time. The album's most traditional blues effort is an original titled "Beale Street" - the home to where it all.
  7. Aug 24,  · Atlantic Album Discography, Part 4 Series () Numbers to By David Edwards, Patrice Eyries, and Mike Callahan Last update: August 24,
  8. Bio In , Tab Benoit was hired by Justice Records to contribute songs to a compilation record called STRIKE A DEEP CHORD: “Guitarist for the Homeless.” The record featured Dr. John, Odetta, Gatemouth Brown, Sue Foley, Ronnie Earl, the late Johnny Copeland, and Tab Benoit all recorded tracks for the project.

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