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Work Song - Billy Boy Arnold - The Blues Soul Of (CD, Album)

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  1. Billy Boy Arnold - Eldorado Cadillac music CD album at CD Universe, Billy Boy Arnold's album, Back Where I Belong, was a true event, for it not only marked.
  2. At this point in his career, harmonica legend Billy Boy Arnold could just coast on his Chicago blues laurels, rehashing his old tunes and tricks whenever he decides to cut a new album. But fortunately, Arnold doesn't buy into shortcuts, Price: $
  3. The Blues Soul Of Billy Boy Arnold. The Blues Soul Of Billy Boy Arnold Billy Boy Arnold SPCD | CD,Digital. PHYSICAL. CD CD. $ Add to cart DIGITAL. FLAC FLAC. $
  4. Cool, grooving soul and blues with a Chi-town flavor by one of the last remaining masters of Windy City blues, The Blues Soul of Billy Boy Arnold (produced with a heated, electric ambiance by Duke Robillard and featuring Robillard’s band) broke big out of the gate at blues radio, thanks to terrific workouts on warhorses such as “St. James Infirmary.”.
  5. Produced by six-string wizard Duke Robillard, and endorsed by the Alberta Foundation of the Arts, The Blues Soul of—for better-or-worse—is not a straight blues release. Besides some excellent blues performances here, there are also strong elements of soul (hence the CD’s title?) jazz (trad and contemporary), as well as rock ’n’ roll.
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Blues Soul of Billy Boy Arnold - Billy Boy Arnold on AllMusic.
  7. Oct 21,  · If I didn't know better and you told me this album was from , I would believe it - and that's a compliment to the timeless, vintage nature of what year-old R&B/soul-blues harp (harmonica) master Billy Boy Arnold and producer/guitarist Duke Robillard have put together here (13 years after their excellent collaboration "Boogie 'n' Shuffle").5/5(15).
  8. Billy Boy Arnold was the first major Chicago blues figure who was actually born and raised in the Windy City and hadn't simply moved up from the South. As a teenager, Arnold got personal harmonica lessons from the first Sonny Boy Williamson and joined Bo Diddley's street-corner band.

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