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9 thoughts on “ Lost In The Shuffle - The Blues Project - Anthology (CD) ”

  1. Features Song Lyrics for The Blues Project's The Blues Project Anthology album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews.
  2. Jul 16,  · Hi, I recently bought the 2 CD anthology of the Blues Project (with Al Kooper). I really love this cd, except for one thing: the first track of the second CD ("I can't keep from crying sometimes", from the album "Projections") is very badly distorted.
  3. Tracks , , , Previously unreleased. Tracks , Previously unreleased alternate version. 2CD set in a jewel case. Comes with extensive liner notes and all fits in a Cardboard slip case/5(17).
  4. Blues Project-The Blues Project Anthology[2CD][]USA The Blues Project is a band from the Greenwich Village neighborhood of New York City that was formed in While their songs drew from a wide array of musical styles,they are most remembered as one of the earliest practitioners of psychedelic rock,as well as one of the world's first jam.
  5. For use with all Bb, Eb, Bass Clef, and C instruments, the Hal Leonard Blues Play-Along series is the ultimate jamming tool for all blues musicians. With easy-to-read lead sheets, and other split-track choices on the included CD, these first-of-a-kind packages will bring your local blues jam right into your house!
  6. The most complete Blues Project collection ever assembled, the two-disc Anthology compiles 36 tracks taken from their three albums on Verve and their two records on Capitol as well as rare singles, previously unreleased songs and alternate versions, and material from solo projects.
  7. Definition of lost in the shuffle in the Idioms Dictionary. lost in the shuffle phrase. What does lost in the shuffle expression mean? distorted, dissonant samples and chugging blues rhythms would get lost in the shuffle of Interscope's current library of sure-fire top 40 cash cows. lost in the shuffle; lost in the wash; lost in thought.
  8. On ANTHOLOGY, we finally get to hear the Blues Project as they were meant to be heard. The first disc, primarily of outtakes and tracks from the Live at the Au Go Go set are fresh and rocking. You can actually HEAR the bass and bass drum, and the stereo image is much more 'in the club' jesrolojesnaete.dingmiforsuledanjeleatasurgema.infoinfoonally, the vocals are kinda buried, but hey /5(29).
  9. Hope you will join us this week (4/5/14) on Time for the Blues as we listen to some great music and tell a few bad jokes. You’ll be glad you took a nap and hung out with us. We're featuring 60's The Blues Project, new Joe Louis Walker and another visit from Li'l Ronnie Owens!. Let the Professor get all professorial for a few minutes.

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