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Richard Rhys O’Brien’s Debut Album Made Available Online for All Music Lovers Worldwide

Richard Rhys O’Brien’s debut album is now made available online for all music lovers worldwide. “I Know A Little Place” is an album full of inspirational songs, fun lyrics and great musical arrangement that audiences around the world would surely love to include in their playlist. 368 more words

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Monday Blues... the tradition continues

And here is another blues gem for our Monday Blues selection: Eric Clapton feat. the King of Blues, Mr BB. King.

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April 4th, 2014; Bangkok, Thailand

When a city has so many charming alleyways filled with world class food, one can almost forget that nearly 15 million other people are living their lives so close by. 15 more words

Song Of The Day

50 word Story: Death of a Blues Man

The end is near.

The swirling soup of alcohol, smokes, fast food, and heightened adrenaline have worked their life long course.

But as life fades to a white pinpoint, he hears the approaching music. 16 more words

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Blue on Blue 1...shower curtain, duvets and more

A variety of products for your bathroom and bedroom featuring a  beautiful blue fractal design by Ladymaggic

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B. B. King - Completely Well (ABC 1969)

The blues as an art form has always struggled with its identity.  It is generally acknowledged to have been born in the early 20th century as a distinct style of guitar music that built on the slave and gospel traditions of black people in the Mississippi delta region, It blossomed in an electrified form, with the addition of the piano, bass, harp, horns, and occasionally the organ, in the bars and nightclubs on the south side of Chicago after World War II.  689 more words

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