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    1. Togor

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      Great classic blues album, got this when it came out on vinyl, perhaps in ? Very simple but very tight arrangements. Willie Dixon is the most important blues song writer of all time with the possible exception of Robert Johnson. He wrote most of the blues songs of the s and s/5().
    2. Akinoshicage

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    3. Kikus

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      Watch the video for Walkin' the Blues from Willie Dixon's Essential Chicago Blues for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
    4. Nasho

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      Willie Dixon is an American blues legend who for more than forty years loomed in the vanguard of the Chicago blues scene. He worked as a band leader, producer, talent scout, A&R man, music publisher, singer, bassist, and is best known for his work with Chess Records.
    5. JoJolabar

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    6. Kajikazahn

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      Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Willie Dixon - Walkin’ The Blues at Discogs. Complete your Willie Dixon collection/5(18).
    7. Tozuru

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      Willie Dixon was a blues singer, bass player, song writer, promoter, producer, and much more. This box set has only a few songs sung by Willie, but that is probably appropriate, because one of his greatest gifts was to write the words that helped make others legends. Beyond the world of the blues, Willie was, and is, a muse for rock girichlaitastumatdetasushelppyse.xyzinfos:
    8. Guzilkree

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      Dixon, Willie – Walkin’ The Blues – Virgin Vinyl LP gr HQ. Tracklist: Side A: A1. Little Walter – My Babe A2. The Big Three Trio – Violent Love A3. Eddie Boyd – Third Degree A4. Willie Mabon – Seventh Son A5. Willie Dixon – Crazy For My Baby A6. Willie Dixon – Pain In My Heart A7. Muddy Waters – Hoochie Coochie Man A8.

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