Oscar (Bo Dudley) Coleman -"Coast To Coast" - Lost Treasure From The Valley of The 60's Chicago Blues Scene - Rare 45 RPM Cut On The F-M label, 1966 - Dig The Unknown Session Players On This Track! Solid Blues Soldiers Of The Day

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Taken note for note, chord for chord and fever for fever the remarkable origins of blues guitar blessings are as extensive as the deeply dark and enlightening Mississippi Delta. Many ventured to try their luck on Chicago’s South Side during the 60’s rise of Electric emanations. Sister Rosetta Tharpe was one of the most influential of these two armed bandits of sound with Buddy Guy, Otis Rush, Magic Sam, Luther Allison, John Brim, Elmore James and Jimmy’ Fast Fingers’ Dawson, a devout bluesman who left us today, taking on all comers. This ain’t a job for the weak of spirit or faint of art. This is a hands on working life, the pension for which is usually a simple ‘thank you for your service, after a lifetime of ‘givin’ it up and out’.

By Rich Buckland 04/30/2013 01:17 PM

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