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Performer: Benno Walldorf Blues Combo
Genre: Jazz
Title: Wailin' The Blues
Released: 1958
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Performer: Benno Walldorf Blues Combo Genre: Jazz Album: Wailin' The Blues Released: 1958. A1. Christopher Columbus.

Heaven's Got The Blues. 8. (Bring Back) Sweet Soul Music. 9. Willie B. and Me. 10. Gone Fishin'.

This 2016 Blues Album Round-up features albums from the time-tested veterans, great stuff from the genre’s younger apprentices as well as a lovely dose of surprises. The rolling stones - blue and lonesome. The titanic blues influence on the Rolling Stones is something even the casual Stones fan is fully aware of. How could you miss it? They always brought a little Muddy Waters with them. Blue and Lonesome is an enjoyable reminder of how the Rolling Stones could sound when they didn’t drift far from the world of the twelve-bar blues. James also brings the vocals of a younger man, shouting and wailing the tradition of all the blues greats – and still somehow forging his own sound. But Blue Highways has quieter moments too, like the haunting classic You Don’t Miss Your Water, and Gypsy Woman. Your mileage may vary, but Blue Highways is guaranteed to take you for a ride.

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March, 1998 - September, 1998. Tom Weir Studios, N. Hollywood, CA. Submit Corrections. Blues Is My Wailin' Wall. Heaven's Got the Blues. Albie Burks, Mighty Mo Rodgers.

Tracklist

A1 Christopher Columbus
A2 Black And Tan Fantasy
B1 Dupree Blues
B2 Farewell Blues

Credits

  • Bass – Peter Trunk
  • Clarinet – Dietrich Geldern
  • Soloist – Dietrich Mückenberger
  • Soprano Saxophone – Benno Walldorf
  • Trombone – Albert Mangelsdorff, Dietrich Mückenberger

Notes

Aufgenommen am 25. Mai 1958 beim Deutschen Jazz-Festival in Frankfurt/Main.