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  1. 10 great blues guitar backing tracks - almost 2 hours of jam time!! High quality Wav files. From the happy feel of the major key B.B. King inspired jam, to seriously head-bopping shuffle feel jams, the fast to the slow, the pretty to the rockouts, all the way to the epic David Gilmore inspired blues ballad vibes - you will have hours and hours of inspired playing time improvising on your.
  2. Sep 27,  · John Cee Stannard & Blues Horizon Stone Cold Sober 01 I Don't Want You Anymore Promotional video for the Dave Miller Band CD "Blowing the Blues Away The Bob Lanza Blues Band - Maudie.
  3. Following in less time than it takes to bring a child screaming into the world, John Cee Stannard & Blues Horizon have seen the Blues as not just a chance to write more songs in the same beautiful creative abundance as their previous album Bus Depot Blues but to expand upon that creative wealth, to pump it with more genuine joy and give it a reason to infect the listener with amusing tales .
  4. Following the success of 'The Doob Doo Album' JohnCee formed the band John Cee Stannard & Blue Horizon in order to take the songs to gigs. This was clearly an excellent move. JohnCee's ' very English nod to the blues' (Rock'n'Reel) in this acoustic trio form is proving to be a winning formula.
  5. 18 quotes from A Solitary Blue (Tillerman Cycle, #3): ‘He felt — washed clean, healed. He felt if he could just live here he would be all right. He felt.
  6. About File Formats. MP3 is a digital audio format without digital rights management (DRM) technology. Because our MP3s have no DRM, you can play it on any device that supports MP3, even on your iPod!3/5(1).
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  8. JOHN CEE STANNARD & BLUE HORIZON – Bus Depot Blues (Cast Iron CIRCD ) From the Thames delta area of Reading comes the debut album by John Cee Stannard & Blue Horizon; a set of original blues songs with one standard – Arthur Crudup’s ‘That’s Alright’.

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