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  • $23.55


    It is a great pleasure to give people the knowledge and the power of the intelligence. We all must remember that our forefathers didn't have such unlimited abilities as we have. The diversity of our products is unbelievable because we have a vast book collection - all genres and styles! Our company guarantees the quality of our goods because we care about our clients.
  • $28.99


    For a long period of time books were very rare and because of such confines only some "esoteric" people could afford them. And you know what? Books always have some notes of mysticism. Just remember that special atmosphere of solitude in the library or in the old book-store, it seemed that imponderable scent of rational identity is in the air... Yeah, they are worth our admiring.
  • $24.87

    Little blues book

    Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, Jan 10, 1996 - 176 pages

    This little book transcends geographical, social, and economic boundaries to search the heart and soul of the blues, looking for rules to live by, hope for the downtrodden, cautionary tales for the good times, and truths that "hurt so good". Sometimes, you just gotta be blue. But, as this book goes to show, that's okay--because you're never alone.
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    2nd Edition

    Publication Date: January 1, 1999 | Series: Book (Hal Leonard)

    Easy arrangements of 81 super blues tunes: Cross Road Blues * Double Trouble * I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man * Killing Floor * Mean Old World * Route 66 * Statesboro Blues * Sweet Home Chicago * Trouble in Mind * dozens more!
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    I Am The Blues

    These are just a few of Willie Dixon's contributions to blues, R&B, and rock'n'roll—songs performed by artists as varied as the Rolling Stones, Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters, ZZ Top, the Doors, Sonny Boy Williamson, the Grateful Dead, Van Morrison, Megadeth, Eric Clapton, Let Zepplin, Tesla, Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and Jeff Healey.I Am the Blues captures Willie Dixon's inimitable voice and character as he tells his life story: the segregation of Visksburg Mississippi, where Dixon grew up; the prison farm from which he escaped and then hoboed his way north as a teenager; his equal-rights-based draft refusal in 1942; his work—as songwriter bassist, producer, and arranger—with Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Little Walter, Bo Diddley, and Chuck Berry which shaped the definitive Chicago blues sound of Chess Records; and his legal battles to recapture the rights to his historic catalog of songs.
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    Guitar Recorded Versions

    All 10 tunes from SRV and Double Trouble's monumental first album, transcribed in tab and notation: Dirty Pool * I Wanna Testify * I'm Cryin' * Lenny * Love Struck Baby * Mary Had a Little Lamb * Pride and Joy * Rude Mood * Tell Me * Texas Flood.
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    The Blues Book

    This huge collection features 100 classic blues songs, a preface by legendary producer John Hammond, an introduction by blues and jazz musicologist Orin Keepnews, artist biographical information for every song, and discography information for every song. Titles include: Baby, I Done Got Wise
    * Barefoot Blues
    * Bottle It Up and Go
    * Cherry Red
    * Did You Ever
    * The Dirty Dozens
    * Dupree Blues
    * 'Fore Day Rider
    * Grab Me a Freight
    * Gulf Coast Blues
    * Hear e Talkin' to Ya
    * Jail House Blues
    * Mama's Got the Blues
    * See See Rider
    * Squeeze Me
    * Your Red Wagon and many, many more!