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I Hear You Screamin - Various - The Big Band Era (CD)

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  1. Screamin’ John Hawkins & TD Lind have reunited the members of Edenstreet, a blues-rock band from the 90s, for an album that blew my mind. The album, produced by Rock & Roll Hall of Fame member Glyn Johns, features 5 new original tunes by Lind and well-chosen covers from Magic Sam, Jimmy Reed, B.B. King, Taj Mahal, Seth Walker & Jarod Dickenson and Leadbelly.
  2. Screamin' Jay Hawkins was the most outrageous performer extant during rock's dawn. Prone to emerging out of coffins on-stage, a flaming skull named Henry his constant companion, Screamin' Jay was an insanely theatrical figure long before it was even remotely acceptable. Hawkins' life story is almost as bizarre as his on-stage schtick. Originally inspired by the booming baritone of Paul Robeson.
  3. Feb 06,  · Suck the breath right out of the cold - you have been told - it's not allowed if you're proud to be bold You are alone - you are alone - I wanna hear you scream Take the stand and rally your shame - you are insane - this is your fault you will harbor the blame You are alone - you are alone - I wanna hear you scream I wanna hear you scream.
  4. Words usually associated with the band are, talented, incredible and amazing. More often you will hear Worhol described as "Destined", "Next Big Thing" or "Soon To Be Signed" No matter what you hear one thing rings true, Worhol is extremely talented with a sound and live performance that puts them shoulder to shoulder with some of the biggest.
  5. CD Genre. 1,, Rock; , Electronic; , Pop; , Folk, World Various. 0. Convex And Concave PEVO. 0. The Very Best Of Kiwi Country Various. 0. Hasta El Sol De Hoy Edgar Joel Y Su Orquesta. 0. The Creators Of Jazz Original Dixieland Jazz Band. 0. Port Rhombus EP Squarepusher. 0. El Primero La 3 y Media Blues Banda. 0.
  6. Various - Vintage Music: Original Classics from the s and s - trogumomtoogamlirestgousbiosacphyomea.coinfo Music The Only Big Band CD You'll Ever Need Various Artists. out of 5 stars Finally the other day I purchased this cd along with a few other cd's from the era. This one left the others far behind in regards to my search for related music from the movie/5().
  7. Background: The Swing Era was when big band swing music was at its most popular in America between the years This music was heard in 3 places mainly. (1) mainstream AM radio ("Your Hit Parade" as so many formats were entitled back then), (2) the dance and concert halls where the big bands played, or soloists like Crosby sang & (3.
  8. The content here can be a little edgy which isn't inherently bad as it rarely seems too cliche or angsty. The mid-late s sound of this album also made it oddly more enjoyable. Perhaps it's because it reminds me so heavily of the scene/emo era which I would peer through the window of with awe when that used to be a big deal.

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