Key To The Highway - Various - The Great Blues Men (CD)

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  1. Learn Key to the Highway in the style of B.B. King in this blues guitar lesson from Six String Country.
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  3. "Key To The Highway" by JO ANN KELLY is a straightforward reissue of a CD compilation first UK-released on Mooncrest CRESTCD Z in March The key element here is the missing secondary title – "Rare & Unissued Recordings " – hence the reason why you won’t find 'any' of these tracks on her 8 officially released albums.5/5(9).
  4. Key to the Highway — Big Bill Broonzy (OKeh, ) Dozens of artists have recorded the blues standard ‘Key to the Highway,’ and although Big Bill Broonzy was not the first, he was among the earliest to popularize the song, and has been credited as co-composer (along with Charles Segar, who first recorded it in ).
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  6. Blues standards are blues songs that have attained a high level of recognition due to having been widely performed and recorded. They represent the best known and most interpreted blues songs that are seen as having permanent value. Blues standards come from different eras and styles, such as ragtime-vaudeville, Delta and country blues, and urban styles from Chicago and the West Coast.
  7. the first will receive an autographed cd! As heir apparent to the Chicago blues harmonica throne, Billy Branch is perfectly suited to shine a bright new light on the timeless music of Little Walter Jacobs, a transcendent artist revered by millions and an inspiration to every harmonica player who followed in .
  8. BLUES, - (1 Song) Memphis Blues. Blues. Handy, W. C.; REC: Louis Armstrong; Fletcher Henderson: BLUES, - (5 Songs) After You've Gone.

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