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You can't help but 'cheer up',when you listen to some of the great 'Blues' songs FLY2.

One of my favorites is the late,great, Etta James,and any of the old 'Chicago Bluesmen'.

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John Mayall played all the instruments, except percussion (Keef Hartley), on 'The Blues Alone' album.

It was released in 1967 and was a tribute to the then recently deceased Sonny Boy Williamson.

It was also the first John Mayall album that I bought for my collection.

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December 2nd is the release of the Rolling Stones latest offering!

I got a pre- release a while back...goodness Brian could be fact he taught Mick how to play the harp..especially the break in Little Rain and

Everybody knows about my good Thing.

There truest blues offering since '68.

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