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Oh Baby - Various - Bluesin By The Bayou

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  1. Like its two predecessors -- Rhythm 'n' Bluesin' by the Bayou and Bluesin' by the Bayou (yes, the titles do get a little confusing) -- this features sides recorded by J.D. Miller, Eddie Shuler, Floyd Soileau and Jake Graffagnino, this time adding Sam Montel to the britpop.fivegallonbucket.netinfo: Imports.
  2. Sep 17,  · Visit GreatPerformers1 and watch Linda sing "Anyone who Had A Heart" at: britpop.fivegallonbucket.netinfo?v=dTkNsQTcjYc Watch Linda sing "Blue Bayou" HD audio a.
  3. Given the Louisiana R&B scene, the subtitle here does carry some meaning: this is R&B that romps and stomps and rocks and rolls, and it's one hell of a good time. Like its two predecessors -- Rhythm 'n' Bluesin' by the Bayou and Bluesin' by the Bayou (yes, the titles do get a little confusing) 9/
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Bluesin' By the Bayou - Various Artists on AllMusic - - Another entry in Ace's ongoing series of Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Bluesin' By the Bayou - Various Artists on AllMusic - - Another entry in Ace's ongoing series of 8/
  5. Sep 28,  · The bayou region is such a melting pot of different genres, styles, influences and cross fertilisations, that it would be almost impossible to simply isolate one musical strand. And it would also be a gross misrepresentation of the wonderful music that emanates from there.5/5(8).
  6. Various Artists (By the Bayou) CD £ Rhythm'n'Bluesin' By The Bayou: Nights Of Sin, Dirty Deals And Love Sick Souls. Rhythm & Blues. Various Artists (By the Bayou) CD £ Swamp Pop By The Bayou - Let's Get Together Tonight. Louisiana/New Orleans. Various Artists (By the Bayou) CD £ Swamp Pop By The Bayou. Louisiana/New Orleans. Various Artists (By the Bayou) CD .
  7. Jun 12,  · If you have rhythm in your bones and a love of the raw and rockin’ then “Rhythm’n’Bluesin’ By The Bayou – Rompin’ & Stompin’” is going transport your spirit to a Louisiana juke joint. ~By Ian Saddler.

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