Yank Rachell and Homesick James 5-28-93 Chicago Blues Fest

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Yank Rachell and Homesick James 5-28-93 Chicago Blues Fest.

“I’m A Bluesman (Live)” – Magic Slim & The Teardrops

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Magic Slim and The Teardrops – I’m A Bluesman (LIVE).

Miss Rebekah – Dancin’ With My Baby

Miss Rebekah – Dancin’ With My Baby

Miss Rebekah – Dancin’ With My Baby.

Jwonn – I Got This Record

Jwonn – I Got This Record

Jwonn – I Got This Record. The New Youngest Face Of Southern Soul

Carl Sims – It Ain’t A Juke Joint Without The Blues

Carl Sims – It Ain’t A Juke Joint Without The Blues

Carl Sims – It Ain’t A Juke Joint Without The Blues. Carl Sims began performing when he was sixteen years old singer for the Original Bar-Kays back in the mid-60s.

Lady Audrey – I Can Be Your Dream Girl

Lady Audrey – I Can Be Your Dream Girl

Lady Audrey – I Can Be Your Dream Girl. Audrey Haller was born in El Campo,Texas. She began singing at ana early age in church. Her family formed a singing group that consisted of Audrey and her brothers and sister that performed in area churches.

Vick Allen – Crazy Over You

Vick Allen – Crazy Over You

Vick Allen – Crazy Over You. As a performer, Vick has made a huge impact on the Soul/Blues genre in his career. He’s known for his electrifying stage shows, classic recordings and his vocal prowess.

Johnnie Taylor – Last Two Dollars

Johnnie Taylor – Last Two Dollars

Johnnie Taylor – Last Two DollarsAfter a brief stint at Beverly Glen Records, Taylor signed with Malaco Records after the label’s founder Tommy Couch and producing partner Wolf Stephenson heard him sing at blues singer Z. Z. Hill’s funeral in the spring of 1984.