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Got To Move Down The Road - CeDell Davis • Herman Alexander - Highway 61

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  1. Tezil

    CeDell Davis (born Ellis Davis, 9 June )[1] is an American blues guitarist and singer. Davis is most notable for his distinctive style of guitar playing. Davis plays guitar using a table knife in his fretting hand in a manner similar to slide guitar, resulting in a welter of .
  2. Zulkizragore

    CeDell Davis / Herman Alexander: Highway 61 - CeDell Davis / Herman Alexander: Champion Jack Dupree: Blues Roots, I'm Growing Older Every Day (HD Remastered) Champion Jack Dupree: Old Time R And B Hits, (HD Remastered) Champion Jack Dupree: Take a Coffee Break: Champion Jack Dupree: Sings the Blues (HD Remastered) Champion Jack Dupree.
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  4. Madal

    16 Got To Move Down The Road 17 Room 18 74 Is a Freight Train 19 Hard Luck Blues Vocals – CeDell Davis (tracks: 12 to 19), Herman Alexander (tracks: 1 to 11) Guitar – CeDell Davis (tracks: 12, 14, 16 to 19), Herman Alexander (tracks: 1 to 3, 5, 6, 8, 9) Harmonica – CeDell Davis (tracks: 13, 15), Herman Alexander (tracks: 4, 7, 10).
  5. JoJokinos

    This Wolf release features field recordings made in showcasing the unique styles of bluesmen Herman Alexander and CeDell Davis. Even though he was musically active in the '50s and '60s, CeDell Davis gained national exposure in the mid-'90s through his amazing recordings on Fat Possum bigband.frostseekerbearonanaralore.infoinfo: $
  6. Maugis

    Highway 61 - CeDell Davis / Herman Alexander, an album by Cedell Davis, Herman Alexander on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  7. Akinogrel

    CeDell Davis, Herman Alexander – Highway 61 ; Champion Jack Dupree ; Charles Cow Cow Davenport ; Charley Jordan, Henry Townsend and Henry Spaulding – St. Louis Blues ; Charley Patton – Pony Blues ; Charley Patton – The Remaining Titles – ; Chicago All Stars featuring Willie Dixon.

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