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United States United States. DJ since Aug 30, 2011

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Bleusy2011 An absolute classic street-savvy tune from Robert Nighthawk, hanging around on Maxwell Street. Gonna head over to Eli's, get me a gun out of pawn.....

Robert Nighthawk-Goin' Down To Eli's

Bleusy2011 One of the very best boogie barrel blues pianists ever......
Bleusy2011 Hooker was a guitar virtuoso, and well-known for his double necked gibson guitar. Oh Lordy, he could play that guitar !!!
Bleusy2011 M-Sam was a phenom when he arrived on the west side scene during the mid 1960's. Listen to the reason why on this recorded tune, That's all I Need".

EDDIE TAYLOR JR that's all i need MAGIC SAM

Bleusy2011 Otis Spann was a disciple of Big Maeco in and around Chicago's scene dring the late 1940's, and what a pianist he was.....
Bleusy2011 Dreaming about owning an elusive automobile back during the 1930s.....

Robert Johnson, "Terraplane Blues", Speed Corrected, (As He REALLY Sounded) R Talley

Bleusy2011 Homesick James, what a great old bluester !!!

Dust my Broom Homesick James and His Dusters

Bleusy2011 The original version of "Key to the Highway", performed by one of the original blues men from Chicago.

Big Bill Broonzy-Key to the Highway

Bleusy2011 A massive first release hit for Little Walter Jacobs, backed by the original Muddy Waters Blues Band!!!

Juke by Little Walter (1952)

Bleusy2011 Arguably the finest harp player during the 1940s in Chicago. Wow.....
Bleusy2011 A massive release hit for Little Walter Jacobs & the Aces, backed by the Myers Bros on guitars!!!
Bleusy2011 Not known well outside of the windy city, but a strong player from the west side of town. Otis Rush was an exceptional composer too, several classics.
Bleusy2011 Robert Nighthawk at his very best, hanging around Maxwell Street on Sunday morning. Gonna talk that woman into buying me a new suit and shoes.....
Bleusy2011 Snooky is still alive and kicking, although now retired from performing in the clubs. Here's a gem, titled "Boogie Twist". Cheers.....
Bleusy2011 What a tribute to bootlegger's dream.......
Bleusy2011 Sumlin was a dedicated side-man for Howlin' Wolf, but he did sessions and in later years solo albums. This is a keen collaboration with Sunnyland Slim
Bleusy2011 Old 'Wolf, what a voice when he howls away at the midnight moon.....
Bleusy2011 Bleusy2011 Remembering David "Honeyboy" Edwards, and his unique brand of Mississippi Blues music..... - Bleusy2011
Bleusy2011 George 'Buddy' Guy, originally from Louisiana and made his home in Chicago during the 1950s. Damn right, he's had the blues for 70 years!!!!

Buddy Guy "Damn Right, I've Got the Blues" on Guitar Center Sessions

Bleusy2011 McKinley Morganfield.... Father of the Chicago urban blues scene. "She's Nineteen Year Old" is a classic tune that stands alone in the blues annals .
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