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Christo Redemptor - Various - Cryin The Blues (CD)

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  1. Mit
    In Reply to: Christo Redemptor posted by Nick on November 06, at Hey Nick. You probably won't be able to locate any tabs for that or many other songs for that matter. But what you can do as part of the learning process, is find out what key and position the song is in.
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  2. Fenos
    An example is a song on Stand Back, "Christo Redemptor," a haunting tune written by jazzman Donald Byrd. Maybe it wasn't standard blues but, said Musselwhite, "It's got that feeling.
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  3. Vudogal
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Me, My Guitar And The Blues on Discogs.
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  4. Nijas
    Apr 09,  · 13 aÑos difundiendo el blues selecciÓn 1 abril blues syndicate 1- christo redemptor – charlie musselwhite 2- stone crazy – buddy guy 3- nana jarnell – lucky perterson 4- saving grace – tinsley ellis 5- living in the house of blues – luther allison 6- walking blues – rory block & stefan grossman 7- love is – tommy castro.
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  5. Zulkishura
    In time, Musselwhite led his own blues band, and, after Elektra Records' success with Paul Butterfield, he released the classic[citation needed] Stand Back! album in on Vanguard Records (as "Charley Musselwhite"), to immediate and great success.
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  6. Nezilkree
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Cryin' The Blues on Discogs.
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  7. Mazum
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Cryin' the Blues - Various Artists on AllMusic - Christo Redemptor. Charlie Musselwhite / Duke Pearson. Charlie Musselwhite. Amazon:
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  8. Vot
    "Christo Redemptor" by Charlie Musselwhite is a cover of Donald Byrd's "Cristo Redentor". Listen to both songs on WhoSampled, the ultimate database of sampled music, cover songs and remixes.
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  9. Kajijora
    Dec 19,  · It's actually a Duke Pearson composition. I'll check out a couple of my books at home to see if I have anything. David "Fathead" Newman does a real nice version of this song as well.
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