Drink Small - The Blues Doctor download album
The Blues Doctor (LP, Album). The Blues Doctor (CDr, Album, RE). Ichiban Records.
By: Drink Small (1990, Blues). 2. Little Red Rooster. 4. Something In The Milk Ain’t Clean. 6. Baby, Leave Your Panties Home. 7. Stormy Monday Blues. 8. I’m Going To Move To The Outskirts Of Town. More albums from Drink Small: Round Two by Drink Small. I Know My Blues Are Different – Cause I’m The One Who Has Them by Drink Small. View all albums . About.
Drink 's own special blend of Delta, Chicago, and Carolina blues, it includes some band stuff, some solo stuff. Particularly wonderful is Drink 's rich, gospel-influenced bass voice. A truly unique artist sharing his unique point of view, Drink includes a couple of saucy items ("Tittie Man" and "Baby, Leave Your Panties Home") along with covers of "Little Red Rooster" and "Stormy Monday Blues.
Artist: Drink Small Album: Electric Blues Doctor Live! Genre: Blues Released: 1988/2004 Quality: APE (image+. cue) Tracklist: Stormy Monday Blues (10:29). Three O'Clock In The Morning (7:55). As old Latin proverb says: how many people, so many tastes.
This album has an average beat per minute of 114 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 114/114 BPM). See the BPM profile of this album. Tracklist - The Blues Doctor. Here is the BPM profile of The Blues Doctor. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Drink Small. Electric Blues Doctor Live.
The Blues Doctor, 1990. Little Red Rooster, 04:25. Something In the Milk Ain't Clean, 04:04. I'm Going to Move to the Outskirts of Town, 05:48.
Drink Small, world-renowned Bluesman, is 85 and is still second to none! Send him some love!. I will have this fantastic live CD and those elegant new t-shirts tomorrow at the Blues Stage, Pecan Fest, Florence, SC (florencedowntown. com) My set is 230 pm but the Drink Small Superstore will be open by 2 pm. See you there! Ww. dbaby. Blues Doctor: Live & Outrageous! - Drink Small. Drink Small "The Blues Doctor". 2 November 2017 ·. Gonna eat some pecans this Saturday November 4, 230 pm on the Blues Stage at the Pecan Fest in Florence, SC.