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Playlist of T-Bone Walker

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    T-Bone Walker- Dont Throw Your Love On Me So Strong

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    T-bone Walker performs Don't throw your love on me so strong from The American Folk Blues Festival collection. He was a pioneer of electric guitar, and he has influenced a lot of blues guitar players like Chuck Berry, Albert King, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, BB King or SRV and many more...
    This was recorded in 1962 for the Horst Lippman's TV show called Jazz gehört & gesehen (Jazz heard & seen) on the SWF ( German TV station located in Baden-Baden).

    Also playing but not on the screen:
    Willie Dixon on bass
    Memphis Slim on piano
    Jump Jackson on drums

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    T Bone Walker - Greatest Hits

    57:52

    TRACKLIST
    01- Evening
    02- Lonesome Woman Blues
    03- She Had To Let Me Down
    04- Shufflin' The Blues
    05- Bobby Sox Baby
    06- Call it Stormy Monday
    07- The Hustle Is On
    08- Get These Blues Off Me
    09- Glamour Girl
    10- Hey Hey Baby
    11- I Got The Blues
    12- I Gotta Break Baby
    13- I'm Still In Love With You
    14- Love Is Just A Gamble
    15- No Worry Blues
    16- Papa Ain't Salty
    17- Play On Little Girl
    18- Street Walking Woman
    19- Strollin' With Bones
    20- T-Bone Blues

    T Bone Walker - Greatest Hits (FULL ALBUM)

    Aaron Thibeaux T-Bone Walker (May 28, 1910 – March 16, 1975) was an American blues guitarist, singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, who was a pioneer and innovator of the jump blues and electric blues sound.In 2018 Rolling Stone magazine ranked him number 37 on its list of The 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time

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    Listen to the Best Music of:
    Etta James, Billie Holiday, Bill Evans, Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles, Nina Simone, Muddy Waters, Django Reinhardt, Louis Armstrong, Miles Davis, James Brown, Chet Baker, Ella Fitzgerald, Nat King Cole, Duke Ellington, Elvis Presley, Count Basie, Herbie Hancock, Edith Piaf, Aretha Franklin, Charlie Parker, Lightnin' Hopkins, B.B. King, Thelonious Monk, Howlin' Wolf, Quincy Jones, Johnny Cash, Chuck Berry, Paul Anka, John Coltrane, John Lee Hooker, Coleman Hawkins, Robert Johnson, Dean Martin, Oscar Peterson, George Gershwin, Frank Sinatra, Hank Williams, Benny Goodman, Art Tatum, Joe Turner, Bing Crosby, Dave Brubeck, Mahalia Jackson, Fats Domino, Marvin Gaye, Bud Powell, Sonny Rollins, Tony Bennett... and many others!

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    T-Bone Walker w/ Jazz At The Philharmonic - Live in UK 1966

    8:12

    Norman Granz Jazz at the Philharmonic
    Poplar Town Hall, UK Weds 30th November 1966 - BBC TV

    Woman, You Must Be Crazy (Aaron Walker)
    Goin' To Chicago Blues (Aaron Walker)

    w/ Dizzy Gillespie, Teddy Wilson, Louis Bellson, Clark Terry, Coleman Hawkins, Zoot Sims, Jimmy Moody, Benny Carter and Bob Cranshaw.
    _____________________

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    T-Bone Walker - Goin to Chicago

    3:33

    London. Nov 30th,1966. Jazz at Philharmonic are: Dizzy Gillespie, Teddy Wilson, Louis Bellson, Clark Terry, Coleman Hawkins, Zoot Sims, Jimmy Moody, Benny Carter and Bob Cranshaw.

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    T-Bone Walker - All the Best

    50:54

    TRACKLIST
    01- First Love Blues 00:11
    02- Hypin Woman Blues 02:56
    03- T- Bone Shuffle 05:15
    04- You're my best poker hand 07:52
    05- Blue mood 10:32
    06- Blues is a woman 13:10
    07- Call it stormy monday 15:50
    08- Cold cold feeling 18:39
    09- Evil hearted woman 21:44
    10- I got the blues again 24:10
    11- She's my old time used to be 27:14
    12- Strollin with bones 29:39
    13- Tell me what's the reason 31:59
    14- The sun went down 34:24
    15- Travelin Blues 36:34
    16- Two bones and pick 38:52
    17- You don't understand 41:26
    18- Stormy monday 43:47
    19- I know your wig is gone 46:01
    20- Welcome blues (say pretty baby) 48:33

    T-Bone Walker - All the Best (FULL ALBUM)
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    Aaron Thibeaux T-Bone Walker (May 28| 1910 – March 16| 1975) was a critically acclaimed American blues guitarist| singer| songwriter and multi-instrumentalist| who was an influential pioneer and innovator of the jump blues and electric blues sound. In 2011| Rolling Stone magazine ranked him number 67 on its list of The 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time

    Listen to the Best Music of:
    Etta James, Billie Holiday, Bill Evans, Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles, Nina Simone, Muddy Waters, Django Reinhardt, Louis Armstrong, Miles Davis, James Brown, Chet Baker, Ella Fitzgerald, Nat King Cole, Duke Ellington, Elvis Presley, Count Basie, Herbie Hancock, Edith Piaf, Aretha Franklin, Charlie Parker, Lightnin' Hopkins, B.B. King, Thelonious Monk, Howlin' Wolf, Quincy Jones, Johnny Cash, Chuck Berry, Paul Anka, John Coltrane, John Lee Hooker, Coleman Hawkins, Robert Johnson, Dean Martin, Oscar Peterson, George Gershwin, Frank Sinatra, Hank Williams, Benny Goodman, Art Tatum, Joe Turner, Bing Crosby, Dave Brubeck, Mahalia Jackson, Fats Domino, Marvin Gaye, Bud Powell, Sonny Rollins, Tony Bennett... and many others!

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    T-Bone Walker – Every Day I Have The Blues

    38:59

    Originally released on Bluestime 1969
    Extended CD Version released on Ace Records 2014
    Recorded at August 18, 1969 (Tracks 1-7)

    Tracklist:
    1 Every Day I Have The Blues (Peter Chatman)
    2 Vietnam (Bob Thiele) 4:21
    3 Shake It Baby (John Lee Hooker) 9:27
    4 Cold, Cold Feeling (Jessie Mae Robinson) 12:34
    5 T-Bone Blues Special 15:51
    6 For B.B. King (Louie Shelton) 24:43
    7 Sail On 28:32
    Bonus Tracks
    8 Stormy Monday Blues (Live) 31:55
    9 Sail On (Live) 36:33

    T-Bone Walker (voc, g)
    Tom Scott (ts)
    Artie Butler (p, og)
    Louie Shelton (g)
    Max Bennett (b)
    Paul Humphrey (dr)

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    T-Bone Walker - Stormy Monday Blues

    4:52

    T-Bone Walker - Stormy Monday Blues (Live!)

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    Call Me When You Need Me - T-Bone Walker - The American Folk Blues Festival 1962 - 1966 Vol 1

    3:38

    Call Me When You Need Me
    The American Folk Blues Festival 1962 - 1966 Vol 1

    T-Bone Walker - Guitar

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    T-Bone Walker - T-Bone Blues

    3:49

    From the album T-Bone Blues (Atlantic Records, 1959).

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    T-Bone Walker Guitar Lesson - Basic Licks

    37:26

    LESSON TAB


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    T Bone Walker Hey Baby 1965

    2:17

    The legendary T Bone Walker playing Hey Baby in 1965. Brilliant! One of the founders of the electric blues guitar. Check out corporalhenshaw for many more clips like this.

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    T Bone Walker - T Bone Shuffle

    3:02

    T-BONE WALKER - T BONE SHUFFLE

    Recorded November 17, 1947 in Los Angeles

    T-Bone Walker - guitar, vocals
    Bumps Myers - saxophone
    Oscar Bradley - drums
    Willard McDaniel - piano
    George Orendorf - trumpet
    Billy Hadnott - bass

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    ¡T-Bone Walker y sus maravillosas tríadas aumentadas! | Pedro Bellora

    11:06

    Acordes aumentados, escala por tono-entero y tres frases basadas en un poderoso recurso del gran T-Bone Walker. Podés descargar el PDF en .

    CONTENIDOS:
    0:00 - Las tres frases del PDF
    0:59 - Quinto grado aumentado
    1:40 - Llegar a la triada aumentada
    2:05 - Tensiones alteradas
    3:00 - Las tres figuras sobre tono-entero
    4:01 - Frase 1 del PDF
    5:02 - Frase 2 del PDF
    5:34 - Frase 3 del PDF
    7:40 - Muuuuchas otras posibilidades
    8:59 - Maneras de practicar el recurso
    10:06 - Cierre

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    T. BONE WALKER FEELING THE BLUES

    36:56

    T. BONE WALKER ''FEELING THE BLUES''


    T. Bone Walker was one of the first to resort to amplification and his style will influence all the most important guitar players that will follow him, Texas Blues, to T. Bone Walker will create the new Californian Blues. Sweet and sophisticated, her 'airplane' style and her very personal 'Swing' influenced the greatest musicians from B.B.King to Jimi Hendrix, to Jazz Barney Kessel guitarist.


    Aaron Thibeaux Walker - or Oak Cliff - T. Bonr Walker
    B. May 28, 1910 - Linden, Texas
    D. March 16, 1975 - Los angeles, California


    1. Late Blues
    2. I Hate To See You Go
    3. Ain't That Cold Baby
    4. Leaving You Behind
    5. Gee Baby Ain't I Good To You
    6. I Want A Little Girl
    7. Feeling The Blues

    T. Bone Walker (gt/voc/pn,3)
    Hal Singer (ts)
    George Arvanitas (pn,except,3)
    Jacky Samson (bass)
    S. P. Leary (dm)

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    The Aces with T Bone Walker, Lafayette Leake and Chuck..

    4:18

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    T Bone Walker stormy monday

    2:26

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    British guitarist reacts to T-Bone Walker, an INSPIRATION for BB and Chuck.

    8:59

    Tonight I'm taking a look at a blues pioneer, T-Bone Walker!
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    T-Bone Walker - Live 1962-1967

    18:48

    T-BONE WALKER Live:

    - Hey Baby (BBC, 1965)
    - Don't Throw Your Love On Me So Strong (AFBF '62)
    - Blues Ain't Nothing But A Woman
    with Memphis Slim, Helen Humes a.o., AFBF '62 (edited).
    - JATP 1967 with Clark Terry, Teddy Wilson, Dizzy Gillespie (edited)
    - They Call It Stormy Monday (color, c1967)

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    How to play T-Bone Walkers signature intros..

    21:56

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    Willie Dixon, Memphis Slim, T Bone Walker

    8:41

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    T-Bone Walker - The Bluesway Sessions

    1:53

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    Vinyl Rip From The Original LP (1967)

    01.GOIN'TO FUNKY TOWN [0:00]
    02.PARTY GIRL [4:58]
    03.WHY MY BABY (keep on bothering me) [7:57]
    04.JEALOUS WOMAN [10:49]
    05.GOING TO BUILD ME A PLAYHOUSE [14:01]
    06.LONG SKIRT BABY BLUES [17:41]
    07.STRUGGLING BLUES [20:09]
    08.I'M IN AN AWFUL MOOD [23:56]
    09.I WISH MY BABY (would come home at night) [28:12]
    10.I'M GONNA STOP THIS NITE LIFE [31:09]
    11.LITTLE GIRL DON'T YOU KNOW [34:28]
    12.EVERY NIGHT I HAVE TO CRY [39:11]
    13.I'M STILL IN LOVE WITH YOU [41:58]
    14.COLD HEARTED WOMAN [45:26]
    15.TREAT ME SO LOW DOWN [47:56]
    16.STORMY MONDAY [50:30]
    17.CONFUSION BLUES [52:54]
    18.I GOTTA BREAK AWAY [55:45]
    19.FLOWER BLUES [58:12]

    T-BONE WALKER : guitar, vocals
    PRESTON LOVE : alto sax
    JOHN WILLIAMS : alto & baritone sax
    MEL JERNIGAN : tenor sax
    McKINLEY JOHNSON : trumpet
    MELVIN MOORE : trumpet
    JOHN EWING : trombone
    LLOYD GLENN : piano, organ
    MEL BROWN : guitar
    RON BROWN : bass
    PAUL HUMPHREY : drums

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    T-BONE WALKER ~ call it stormy monday ~ 1956.

    3:08

    CD = T-BONE BLUES (ATLANTIC 8020-2)

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    T-Bone Walker - To Be A Slave Like Me

    4:27

    T-Bone Walker - (You'll Never Find Anyone) To Be A Slave Like Me

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    T Bone Walker - Call It Stormy Monday

    4:03

    Aaron Thibeaux sings one of his signature sounds. I always wondered if the way he holds his guitar affects his tone? Gotta love it anyway!

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    T Bone Walker-Stormy Monday

    4:44

    Stormy Monday

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    T Bone Walker - Funky Town Full album Mono

    31:51

    Goin' To Funky Town
    Party Girl
    Why My Baby (Keep On Bothering Me)
    Jealous Woman
    Going To Build Me A Playhouse
    Long Skirt Baby Blues
    Struggling Blues
    I'm In An Awful Mood
    I Wish My Baby (Would Come Home At Night)

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    T-Bone Walker - First Love Blues - 1940s Blues

    3:16

    Capitol EAP-2-370. This is a 1940's recording from a 1953 Capitol Records release.

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    T-Bone Shuffle

    6:42

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    T-Bone Shuffle (Live At B.B. King's Blues Club, Memphis/1993) · B.B. King · Joe Louis Walker

    How Blue Can You Get?

    ℗ 1993 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1996-06-18

    Producer: Denny Diante
    Studio Personnel, Mixer: Elliot Scheiner
    Composer Lyricist: T-Bone Walker
    Composer Lyricist: Aaron Walker

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    T - Bone Walker y BB King - Sweet Sixteen

    7:29

    Monterey Jazz Festival
    California
    1967

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    T-Bone Walker Goin To Funky Town

    5:05

    Another fine track from T-Bone Walker

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    T-Bone Walker - Cold, Cold Feeling

    3:16

    T-Bone Walker - Cold, Cold Feeling

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    T Bone Walker Shufflin The Blues

    3:19

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    Rhythm Style of T-Bone Walker - Guitar Lesson w/tabs

    9:19

    In this lesson today we'll be taking a look at 3 rhythm guitar examples of the great T-Bone Walker. Enjoy the lessons friends.

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    T Bone Walker - Evening

    4:20

    With James Booker on electric piano

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    The Chords of T-Bone Walker

    22:30

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    T-BONE WALKER - Striking On You, Baby

    2:37

    From 2LP ''Very Rare'' [Reprise Records ‎– 2XS 6483 ] 1973

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    T- BONE WALKER - No Worry Blues

    42:27

    T- BONE WALKER - No Worry Blues
    SIDE A
    00:00 Mean Old World
    02:54 No Worry Blues
    05:38 Don't Leave Me Baby (Alt)
    08:27 Don't Leave Me Baby
    11:13 Bobby Sox Baby
    13:52 I'm Gonna Find My Baby
    16:48 I'm In An Awful Mood
    19:34 I Know Your Wig Is Gone
    22:19 Call It Stormy Monday But Tuesday
    SIDE B
    25:22 T-Bone Jumps Again
    28:05 She Had To Let Me Down
    31:16 She's My Old Time Used To Be
    33:55 Midnight Blues
    36:47 Long Lost Lover Blues
    39:43 Too Much Trouble Blues

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    T-Bone Walker - Bye Bye Baby

    2:47

    Bye Bye Baby by T-Bone Walker from the album The Very Best Of
    Released 2010-06-18 on AudioSonic Music
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    Ever since he began amplifying his sumptuous lead lines in the early Forties, T-Bone Walker has often been credited with being a pioneer of the modern electric blues guitar. His music was hugely influential and most post-war blues guitarists owe him an unpayable debt of gratitude. Featured here are 50 of his finest recordings.
    © Nordic Entertainment Ltd 2010
    ℗ .

    This is officially licensed content, not a copyright infringement. For any issues, please get in touch with finetunes first.

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    T-Bone Walker - I Got The Blues

    3:01

    T-Bone Walker - I Got The Blues
    Los Angeles, December 1951

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    Roots of Blues -- T-Bone Walker „Mean Old World

    2:56

    „Mean Old World
    (A. Walker)

    Recorded: Hollywood, July 20, 1942
    T-Bone Walker (vcl) (g) Frediie Slack (p), Jud De Naut (b), Dave Coleman (d)

    Walker was born on May 26, 1910 in Linden, Texas of African American and Cherokee descent.

    When he was a young man his family moved to a region of south Dallas known as Oak Cliff where he met and learned from Blind Lemon Jefferson, another blues musician. Walker's recording debut was Wichita Falls Blues/Trinity River Blues, recorded for Columbia Records in 1929 under the name Oak Cliff T-Bone.

    His distinctive sound did not develop until 1942, when Walker recorded Mean Old World for Capitol Records. His electric guitar solos were among the first heard on modern blues recordings and set a standard that is still followed. [Some music historians cite Ernest Tubb's 1940 honky tonk classic, Walking the Floor over You as the first hit recording to feature and highlight a solo by a standard electric guitar--though earlier hits featured electric lap steel guitars. The blues master Lonnie Johnson had also recorded at least once on electric guitar, but his innovation was neither much noted nor influential.]

    Much of Walker's output was recorded from 1946--1948 on Black & White Records, including 1947's Call It Stormy Monday (But Tuesday Is Just As Bad), with its famous opening line, They call it stormy Monday, but Tuesday's just as bad. He followed up with his T-Bone Shuffle and Let Your Hair Down, Baby, Let's Have a Natural Ball. Both are considered blues classics. B. B. King says Stormy Monday first inspired him to take up the guitar. The song was also a favorite live number for The Allman Brothers Band.

    Throughout his career Walker worked with the top quality musicians, including Teddy Buckner (trumpet), Lloyd Glenn (piano), Billy Hadnott (bass), and Jack McVea (tenor sax).

    Following his work with Black & White, he recorded from 1950-54 for Imperial Records (backed by Dave Bartholomew). Walker's only record in the next five years was T-Bone Blues, recorded over three widely separated sessions in 1955, 1956 and 1959, and finally released by Atlantic Records in 1960.

    By the early 1960s, Walker's career had slowed down, in spite of a hyped appearance at the American Folk Blues Festival in 1962 with Memphis Slim and Willie Dixon, among others. A few critically acclaimed albums followed, such as „I Want a Little Girl. Walker recorded in his last years, 1968 - 1975, for Robin Hemingway's Jitney Jane Songs music publishing company, and he won a Grammy Award in 1971 for Good Feelin' (Polydor), produced by Robin Hemingway. Fly Walker Airlines, Polydor, also produced by Hemingway, was released in 1973.

    T-Bone Walker died of pneumonia on March 15, 1975, at the age of 64. He is interred in the Inglewood Park Cemetery in Inglewood, California.

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    B.B. King, Stormy Monday Blues, ACL 1996.

    6:31

    B.B. King takes on T-Bone Walker's immortal blues standard Stormy Monday on Austin City Limits, broadcast in 1996.

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    T-Bone Walker - Poontang

    2:55

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    Brandon Niederauer Taz Shreds T-Bone Walkers Stormy Monday at Allman Brothers Camp

    2:53

    Filmed at Full Moon Resort, Big Indian NY.
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    Butch Trucks- Drums
    Cody Dickinson- Drums
    Berry Duane Oakley- Bass
    Luther Dickinson- Guitar
    Bill Evans- Saxophone
    Vaylor Trucks- Guitar
    Bruce Katz- Keys

    Special Guest
    Brandon Niederauer - Guitar

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    T-Bone Walker - Im Still In Love With You

    3:07

    I'm Still In Love With You by T-Bone Walker from the album The Imperial Blues Years - 50 Original Recordings
    Released 2012-09-28 on Not Now Music
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    Featuring 50 classic tracks from his Imperial years, this collection captures T-Bone Walker at his very best. Highlights include 'Travelin' Blues', 'I Miss You Baby', 'I Got The Blues Again' and many more.
    © 2012 Not Now Music
    ℗ 2012 Not Now Music

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    T-Bone Walker - Late Blues

    6:01

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    T-Bone Walker, Big Joe Turner, Otis Spann & George Harmonica Smith - Blues Jam

    11:00

    From the Super Black Blues LP. Recorded in the USA, on October 17, 1969.

    Band:Big Joe Turner (vocals), T-Bone Walker (vocals, guitar), Otis Spann (piano), George 'Harmonica' Smith (harp), Ernie Watts (tenor sax), Ron Brown (bass), Arthur Right (guitar) and Paul Humphrey (drums).

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    T-Bone Walker, Big Joe Turner, Otis Spann & George Harmonica Smith - Paris Blues

    14:00

    Big Joe Turner (vocals), T-Bone Walker (vocals, guitar), Otis Spann (piano), George 'Harmonica' Smith (harp), Ernie Watts (tenor sax), Ron Brown (bass), Arthur Right (guitar) and Paul Humphrey (drums).

    From the Super Black Blues LP.

    Recorded in the USA, on October 17, 1969

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    Willie Dixon Nervous Live w/ T-Bone Walker & Sunnyland Slim

    3:58

    More early 60's live blues by some of the masters. Willie Dixon, Jump Jackson, Sunnyland Slim & T-Bone Walker.

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    T-Bone Walker - Feeling the Blues

    6:17

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    T-Bone Walker - Look Me in the Eyes

    2:27

    Look Me in the Eyes by T-Bone Walker from the album The Imperial Blues Years - 50 Original Recordings
    Released 2012-09-28 on Not Now Music
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    Featuring 50 classic tracks from his Imperial years, this collection captures T-Bone Walker at his very best. Highlights include 'Travelin' Blues', 'I Miss You Baby', 'I Got The Blues Again' and many more.
    © 2012 Not Now Music
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