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Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival news : Cold Weather Blues: 5 songs that feel your mid-winter pain | Jazz24

Cold Weather Blues: 5 songs that feel your mid-winter pain | Jazz24

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Here are five blues songs to help you get through the Winter months

Cold Weather Blues: 5 songs that feel your mid-winter pain | Jazz24


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  1. Richard O'Donnell says:

    Muddy Waters’ Folk Singer album is spoiled by Willie Dixon’s dodgy double bass playing.
    The only good somg on the album is “Feel Like Going Home”, which is a done solo, by Muddy.

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