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9 thoughts on “ Key To The Highway - Dr. Ks Blues Band - Dr. Ks Blues Band (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. But the Straight Outta Compton album also includes some of the funk and R&B legends (in particular George Clinton and Roy Ayers) who helped inspire Dr. Dre’s laid-back, bass-heavy West Coast.
  2. Between 19the band had twenty three records on the Easy Listening chart, eight made the Top 10 with two reaching #1, "Best of My Love" for one week in January of and "Love Will Keep Us Alive" for three weeks in January of
  3. If you're a fan/collector of late 60's English blues bands--read on. Dr. K's Blues Band (named after band member Rick Kay) is one of the more obscure bands playing blues from that fertile period in England. The sound at times (with headphones especially) sounds as if it was taken from a fair/pretty good vinyl 4/5(2).
  4. Digitally re-mastered edition of this album from the British Blues band. Formed in Stafford in by Colin Cooper, the band (originally known as the Climax Chicago Blues Band) recorded their sixth album in New York City at the Academy of Music with a line up of Colin Cooper (vocals, saxophones, harmonica), Pete Haycock (guitar, vocals), Derek Holt (bass, guitar, vocals) and John Cuffley /5(58).
  5. The album is considered a classic and Rubin gets props for recording the band live without overdubs to capture their vibe, but he had bigger things in store for the band. While producing Mick Jagger's Wandering Spirit, it was decided that the Devils would back Mick on a collection of classic blues covers.
  6. LP 1: Mississippi and Memphis Blues @ youtube ([almost] full album LP 1) Sam Chatmon - Stop And Listen Big Joe Williams - Highway 49 Houston Stackhouse - Cool Drink Of Water Sam Chatmon - Sam's Rag Big Joe Williams - Watergate Blues Sam Chatmon - Who Gonna Love You Tonight Booker White - Aberdeen Mississippi Mose Vinson - When You Got Rid Of My.
  7. - Kansas City Blues John Brim - Tough Times. notes by Chris A. Strachwitz Blues Classics BC 8. Blues Classics discography: Snooky Pryor - Telephone Blues - Boogie - Raising Sand - Boogy Fool - I'm Getting Tired - Going Back On The Road - I Want You For Myself - Crosstown Blues - Crying Shame - Eighty Nine Ten - Someone To Love Me.
  8. Feb 22,  · Dr. K's Blues Band, an Album by Dr. K's Blues Band. Released in on Spark (catalog no. SRLP ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Blues Rock, Blues. Featured peformers: Dr. K's Blues Band (aka_text arrangements role_id aka_text), Peter Eden (producer), Paul Holland (recording engineer), Freddie Poser (aka_text {music supervisor} role_id aka_text), Terry Eden (sleeve /5(1).

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