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Dont Make Me Pay For His Mistakes - Larry Taylor And His Chicago West Side Blues And Soul Band - Th


2004
Label: Wolf Records - 120.824 CD • Series: Chicago Blues Session - Volume 76 • Format: CD Album • Country: Austria • Genre: Blues • Style: Chicago Blues
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  1. Larry Taylor Blues & Soul Band - They Were In This House () Larry Hill Taylor, cantante de blues y baterísta, se crió en el West Side de Chicago. Hijo de la cantante de blues Vera Taylor y el hijastro del guitarrista Eddie Taylor. Desde finales de , Larry ha tocado en la escena local e internacional con muchos de los grandes del blues.
  2. Songtexte von Larry Taylor And His Chicago West Side Blues And Soul Band mit deutschen Übersetzungen, Lyrics, Liedtexte und Musik-Videos kostenlos auf taukreeishnwynnirin.infoinfo
  3. Solid gritty small group blues by band from Memphis with two guitars, keyboards, bass and drums. The band includes Kid Ramos on guitar with Larry Taylor and Richard Innes comprising the rhythm section Other songs include Highway 61/ Don't Make Me Pay/ Ups & Downs/ I Just Want To make Love To You/ Someone Else Bin Steppin' in/ Scratch My.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of They Were In This House on Discogs.
  5. MP3 Larry Taylor Blues and Soul Band - They Were in This House Larry sings the blues of his Chicago forefathers and soul with a West Side edge 12 MP3 Songs BLUES: Chicago Style, URBAN/R&B: Soul In his hands Z.Z. Hill''s "Don''t Make Me Pay for His Mistake," sounds like an autobiographical tale from the neighborhood. And he''s chosen two Price: $
  6. SOUL AND BLUES MASTER: In Larry Taylor launched a critically acclaimed CD on his own AV label, dedicated to his blues forefathers, called They Were in This House, featuring heavy dudes from the West Side: Willie Davis, Osee Anderson, Mad Hatter, Michael Riley, West Side Wes, and Ronnie G. In the Chicago Blues Festival, he sang in a Taylor.
  7. “Bob was terrific on his day, but without Alan Wilson, Canned Heat would never have become anything,” says Larry Taylor, speaking from his home in San Fernando. “There was a big resistance to blues music at that time, but Alan had the sincerity and the sound.” Initially, Taylor struggled to connect with his new bandmate.

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