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Green Piano - Blues Adventure / Strange Ways flac album

Green Piano - Blues Adventure / Strange Ways flac album
Blues Adventure / Strange Ways
Green Piano
Blues Rock
FLAC album size:
1774 mb
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4.9 ✪

Hypocrisy – Strange Ways. Green Piano – Strange Ways. Lonelier – Strange Ways. Thomas Kortmann – Strange way. 3:31. Lotus – Strange Ways. Tim Muddiman and The Strange – The Hard Way.

Al Green (1972) Words & Music by Al Green, Willie Mitchell & Al Jackson From The Album "I'm Still In Love With You" Chart Positions: US N. CAN N. 7 UK N. 4 Blues, Soul, R&B. Geoffrey Carter Midkar Member. As The Title Implies, A Slow And Easy, Laid Back, Blues Original By Herb In 2000. Featuring Rotaly Organ, Acoustic Bass & Grand Piano Blues, Easy Listening, Originals. W&M By Janis Joplin, Mike McClure & Bob Neuwirth Performed by Janis Joplin 70's, Album Rock, Blues-Rock, Rock. Bob Barnes Midkar Member. Mercy, Mercy Mercy Added 06/16/14.

Henri Herbert is a piano-playing phenomenon, one of the best and most sought after boogie woogie blues piano men in the world. The former pianist of the mighty Jim Jones Revue now blazes his own trai. .The Live at the Gypsy Hotel album, by Henri and his band the Fury was one of the best of last year. Herbert returns to his blues roots with a collection of 10 rocking instrumentals, all performed on solo piano and hugely influenced by the greats Albert Ammons, Pete Johnson and Jerry Lee Lewis. The ten tracks on this LP are timeless, displaying a virtuosity and depth rarely heard in music today. Come and see us live at the following UK dates, both solo and with the band. The solo Green Note show on April 1 is almost sold out! Get in quick!

Women of Adventure Stories of women who move us. Garmin Pros Garmin ambassadors and their stories. Strategic Relationships Companies that team up with Garmin. Performance Data A deeper dive into cycling and running dynamics and physiological measurements. Careers Job openings.

One of the best ways of spicing up your left hand is through a study of a style that first became popular in the late 1930s and early 1940s, known as boogie-woogie. The main feature of it is a very active left hand. Here is the 12-bar blues you learnt to play in lesson four from 8notes. To keep things simple, in this version the right hand only plays chords. Now you've got that under your fingers, let's try a boogie-woogie style bass line, left hand only.


A Blues Adventure
B Strange Ways