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Stormy Monday

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Every Day I Have The Blues
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I Woke Up This Morning
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When I Grow Up
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Long Lost Lover
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Shake It Baby
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Stormy Monday Blues
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Why My Baby
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Late Blues
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Sail On
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T-Bone Blues Special
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Treat Me So Low Down
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Album Information
EDITOR'S PICK

Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 65:35

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Really????

TerrapinFlyer

This is an Editor's Pick??? "T-Bone's Blues" is a solid album offered on EMusic and should without question wear the "pick" label on it. Check that one out instead. Don't waste your time or downloads with this album.

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Not "worth it"....

helenko

...if you want some MUCH better T-Bone, look up the Stardust album "The Very Best of T-Bone Walker". Also check out Jimmy Witherspoon's "Evening Blues" from 1963. Both of those are definitely "worth it"!

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Pretty bad, alright

abject

OK, I'll give it one star, because T-Bone actually surfaces a couple of times in here. But, yeah, if you came here from the Dirty Dozen page, don't waste your downloads on this. Nothing to hear here. Move along.

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Why?

limbolo

Somewhere in here the great T-Bone Walker is trying to play music...Avoid this

eMusic Features

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Telling You About the Blues, in Texas, Atlanta and Detroit

By John Morthland, Contributor

Let me tell you about Let Me Tell You About the Blues, a series of three-disc packages (several of which are available on eMusic) that attempts to trace the evolution of the music by focusing on geographic areas. Results are mixed, as they almost always are on compilations, in this case due largely to the fact that anything recorded in a specific city or region is defined as belonging to that area. To cite one… more »

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Texas Guitar

By John Morthland, Contributor

Postwar, electric blues guitar in Texas all derives from T-Bone Walker, says conventional wisdom, and when you hear a great stylist like Pee Wee Crayton soloing in that jazzy, single-string tradition, it seems like an immutable law. But there were Texas guitarists who weren't influenced by Walker, and most who were brought enough of their own thing to T-Bone's to keep it interesting. Even today, the tradition not only lives on, but continues to evolve.… more »

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Houston Blues Guitars

By John Morthland, Contributor

They grew up together in Houston's rough-and-tumble Third Ward, played in bands together as teenagers. Albert Collins, Johnny Copeland and Joe Hughes were all devotees of the classic Texas electric guitar sound of T-Bone Walker and Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown. But all three absorbed their primary influences early on, and took the sound to three strikingly different places. Collins was the first to emerge nationally. In the late '50s and early '60s, he cut a string of… more »

They Say All Music Guide

Although it’s not a definitive overview of his career, Stormy Monday is an entertaining budget-line collection of T-Bone Walker’s most familiar hits. – Stephen Thomas Erlewine