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Performer: Katie Webster
Title: Louisiana Swamp Blues, Vol. 7
Date of release: April 22, 2016
Genre: Blues
Rating: 4.5
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MP3 size: 1181 mb
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Katie Webster - Louisiana Swamp Blues, Vol. 7 mp3 flac

These tracks were recorded from 1954 to 1961; the CD was released in 1997.

Vintage Louisiana Swamp Blues Playlist, birth of rhythm & blues, boogie, zydeco & cajun music.

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Early Moaning' Blues. 07. Tina Nu. Phil Guy. 08. Joe Pete. Various - Louisiana Swamp Blues Vo. (4-CD) CD 2. 01 Pine Grove Blues. 02 I'm Glad She's Mine. 03 I'm Him. 04 Train Come Down The Track. 05 Cindy Lou. 06 Broken Heated Rollin' Tears. (4-CD) CD 4. 01 I'm Your man. 02 Reconcile. 03 I Can't Live Happy. 05 Think About Me Baby. 06 Early Moaning' Blues.

Veronica Lewis is a blues piano player and singer who REALLY knows how to Boogie Woogie. Her piano playing is described as having the power of a summer thunder storm in the Delta. Veronica performs as a solo artist, showcasing her piano chops in the style of her idols; Katie Webster, Maricia Ball, Otis Spann and Jerry Lee Lewis.

Katie Webster & Ashton Savoy. 10. –Sylvester Buckley. 11. –Clarence Garlow.

Tracklist: "01. Siegel-Schwall - Little Babe 02. Buckwheat Zydeco - Finding My Way Back Home 03. Guitar Shorty - We the People 04. Tab Benoit - Moon Coming Over the Hill 05. . Delbert McClinton - Going Back to Louisiana 19. Roomful of Blues - Big Mamou 20. Katie Webster - Two-Fisted Mama". nrwsps 4 April 2015 02:41.

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Louisiana Swamp Blues - Ain't No Use, Crazy Mama, Mathilda and 14 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. Louisiana Swamp Blues. Count: 14. Views: 7. Louisiana Swamp Blues tracks. Ain't No Use. Crazy Mama.

Swamp blues is a type of Louisiana blues that developed around Baton Rouge in the 1950s and 1960s. It generally has a slow tempo and incorporates influences from other genres, particularly zydeco and Cajun. Its most successful proponents included Slim Harpo and Lightnin' Slim, who enjoyed national rhythm and blues hits and whose work was frequently covered by bands in the British Invasion.

Credits:

Katie Webster - Primary Artist