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Heavys Blues

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  1. Blues Addicts were a Danish heavy psych rock band who released an LP in on the Spectator label.
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  3. 16 hours ago · “A heavy and fast blues lick with a catchy hook makes you want to listen to it on repeat. A modern and beefy mix was done by Dave Traina & mastering by Harry Hess (The Ramones, Big Wreck.
  4. Randy Bachman gives away the game with the very title of Heavy Blues. The guitarist decided to devote himself to over-amplified blues on this project, teaming with a new rhythm section (one that just happens to be female), and inviting a bunch of friends to add solos to his new songs.6/
  5. Heavy Bass Blues is the sixth studio album by the Serbian alternative rock band Disciplina Kičme, and the second to be released by the London version of the band working under an alternative band name Disciplin A Kitschme. The album was released by the Tom Tom Music for former Yugoslavia and Babaroga records for the United Kingdom.
  6. Updates Blues Rock albums; Acoustic Blues Electric Blues Piano Blues Blues Rock. Love & Peace Seasick Steve $ This Is Not, We Are moe. $ The Remedy Too Slim and the Taildraggers $ Ultimate Success Today ProtoMartyr $ We're Gonna Play It Anyway - Red Rocks Big Head Todd and The Monsters $
  7. It was heavy 60’s blues-rock music that served as the main inspiration for the sound and feel of the album. Power trios like Cream, Hendrix, The Who, and Zeppelin. The artists found that Shirley was a pleasure to work with, and that he was able to achieve both an organic and deep sound without too many takes and studio tricks.
  8. This is not some new interpretation of the blues, and it's really only 'blues' in the way that BTO, Grand Funk Railroad, James Gang, etc were 'blues'. It's more of a heavy, driving rock n' roll version of the blues - which I like. (I also like more classic blues, a-la Robert Johnson - this /5.

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