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T-Bone Burnett - Studio Albums 1980-2008 (8CD) [Re-Up]  Music

Posted by Designol at Feb. 23, 2017
T-Bone Burnett - Studio Albums 1980-2008 (8CD) [Re-Up]

T-Bone Burnett - Studio Albums 1980-2008 [8CD]
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Americana, Country Rock, Heartland Rock, Roots Rock, Rock & Roll | Time: 05:58:54

A collection of 8 CD, which includes 7 studio albums by T-Bone Burnett, is an American musician, songwriter, and soundtrack and famous record producer.
T‐Bone Walker - The Complete Imperial Recordings: 1950-1954 (1991)

T‐Bone Walker - The Complete Imperial Recordings: 1950-1954 (1991)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+log+.cue) | 02:19:01 | 556 Mb
Blues | Label: EMI Records

A founding father of electric blues in general and Texas blues in particular, guitarist T-Bone Walker influenced countless blues players and, by extension, countless rock & rollers as well. The Complete Imperial Recordings date from the early to mid-1950s, when the idea of electric blues was really taking hold, and the two-disc set is a wealth of classic songs exquisitely performed. While definitely blues, there's more difference between this and the acoustic blues that predated Walker than amplification can account for; there's jazz and swing mixed in as well, as on tracks like "I Walked Away" and "Strollin' with Bone," and something of that feel has remained in electric blues ever since. From B.B. King to Buddy Guy to Stevie Ray Vaughan and beyond, Walker's influence is felt in the blues up through the present day.

T-Bone Walker - T-Bone's That Way (1992)  Music

Posted by popsakov at June 15, 2016
T-Bone Walker - T-Bone's That Way (1992)

T-Bone Walker - T-Bone's That Way (1992)
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Blues, Electric Blues, Texas Blues, Chicago Blues | Charly Records #CDCD 1058

Aaron Thibeaux "T-Bone" Walker was a critically acclaimed American blues guitarist, singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, who was an influential pioneer and innovator of the jump blues and electric blues sound. In 2011, Rolling Stone magazine ranked him number 67 on its list of "The 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time".

T-Bone Walker - Good Feelin' (1969)  Music

Posted by v3122 at July 19, 2015
T-Bone Walker - Good Feelin' (1969)

T-Bone Walker - Good Feelin' (1969)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
1993 | Verve Records, 519 723-2 | ~ 256 or 112 Mb | Scans(png) -> 53 Mb
Blues

Recorded in Paris during November 1968, Good Feelin' was the album that rekindled public interest in the life and music of Aaron "T-Bone" Walker throughout Europe and even in some portions of the United States of America. The album begins and closes with informal narration spoken by Walker while accompanying himself on the piano…

T-Bone Walker - Goodbye Blues (2005)  Music

Posted by uff at June 10, 2015
T-Bone Walker - Goodbye Blues (2005)

T-Bone Walker - Goodbye Blues (2005)
Blues | 4cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Membran 222490-444 | rel: 2005 | 1200Mb

Aaron Thibeaux "T-Bone" Walker (May 28, 1910 – March 16, 1975) was a critically acclaimed American blues guitarist, singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, who was an influential pioneer and innovator of the jump blues and electric blues sound. In 2011, Rolling Stone magazine ranked him at number 67 on their list of "The 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time"
T-Bone Walker - Sings The Blues / Singing The Blues (1999) 2LP in 1CD

T-Bone Walker - Sings The Blues / Singing The Blues (1999) 2LP in 1CD
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Genre: Electric Texas Blues, Jump Blues | Label: BGO Records | # BGOCD461 | Time: 01:04:04

This contains straight-up reissues of two of T-Bone's Imperial albums, themselves merely collections of the original 78s. Everything on these 24 sides was recorded between 1950 and 1954 – not as trailblazing a period as the one from 1946 to 1947 on Black and White, but still prime T-Bone by any yardstick. The majority of these sides were cut in Los Angeles, with the exception of the New Orleans-recorded "I'm Still in Love With You" and the Windy City cut of "Bye Bye Baby." Loads of great T-Bone guitar and a cool West Coast sound to most everything on here make this an important addition to anyone's blues collection.

Duke Robillard - Blue Mood: The Songs of T-Bone Walker (2004)  Music

Posted by Designol at April 21, 2015
Duke Robillard - Blue Mood: The Songs of T-Bone Walker (2004)

Duke Robillard - Blue Mood: The Songs of T-Bone Walker (2004)
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Genre: Blues | Label: Stony Plane | # SPCD 1300 | Time: 00:53:36

Duke Robillard pays homage to T-Bone Walker with this collection of swing, big band and blues songs. The bubbly and bouncy "Lonesome Woman Blues" has a be-bop Count Basie feeling as his supporting players are given brief solos to shine, particularly the horn section. There is far more substance and style to this approach than a rehashed run-through à la Brian Setzer. This fluidity continues, albeit a bit slower in tempo with the swinging "T-Bone Shuffle" which carries the same head-bobbing groove. Here the horns lead the way but Robillard makes his presence felt on guitar near the homestretch, and throughout the stellar "Pony Tail." The barroom blues and drum brushes on "Love Is a Gamble" takes things down to a creepy crawl, bringing to mind Dr. John or Delbert McClinton. An early favorite has to be the rousing and toe-tapping "Alimony Blues," an indication that Robillard wants to pay tribute in the right way by nailing each song beautifully.

T-Bone Walker - T-Bone Blues (1959) Expanded Reissue 1989  Music

Posted by Designol at March 4, 2015
T-Bone Walker - T-Bone Blues (1959) Expanded Reissue 1989

T-Bone Walker - T-Bone Blues (1959) Expanded Reissue 1989
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Genre: Electric Texas Blues, Early R&B | Label: Atlantic Jazz | # 8020-2 | Time: 00:47:55

The last truly indispensable disc of the great guitar hero's career, and perhaps the most innately satisfying of all, these mid-'50s recordings boast magnificent presence, with T-Bone Walker's axe so crisp and clear it seems as though he's sitting right next to you as he delivers a luxurious remake of "Call It Stormy Monday." Atlantic took some chances with Walker, dispatching him to Chicago for a 1955 date with Junior Wells and Jimmy Rogers that produced "Why Not" and "Papa Ain't Salty." Even better were the 1956-1957 L.A. dates that produced the scalding instrumental "Two Bones and a Pick" (which finds Walker dueling it out with nephew R.S. Rankin and jazzman Barney Kessel).
T-Bone Walker - Everyday I Have The Blues (1969) Expanded Remastered Reissue 2014

T-Bone Walker - Everyday I Have The Blues (1969) Expanded Remastered Reissue 2014
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Genre: Electric Texas Blues | Label: Ace Records UK | # CDCHM 1396 | Time: 00:38:58

Guitarist T-Bone Walker is one of the most influential musicians in musical history. The Texan was one of the pioneers of the electric guitar and his recordings, made in the early 1940s for Capitol, Rhumboogie, and Black & White, are some of the earliest defining moments for electric blues. His playing was influential upon others of his era: most notably B. B. King but also several jazz players and many rock greats. He made a lot of records throughout his later career, some of variable quality. The less ground-breaking albums have often been overlooked; one of the best is his 1969 Bluestime LP Every Day I Have The Blues. Producer Bob Thiele took him to Capitol studios, teamed him up with some of the best session musicians and made a crisp, slightly funky masterpiece. There are great vocal performances, such as on the title track and Sail On, and his guitar sounds amazing on For B. B. King.
T-Bone Walker - You're My Best Poker Hand: The Definitive Collection (2011) 3CD Set

T-Bone Walker - You're My Best Poker Hand: The Definitive Collection (2011) 3CD Set
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Genre: Blues, Early R&B | Label: Fantastic Voyage | # FVTD099 | Time: 03:39:31

2011 three CD collection from the Blues legend. Without T-Bone's innovatory approach to playing the guitar there would have been no B.B. King, no Buddy Guy, no Freddie King, no Eric Clapton, nor any of the plank-spankers who strut the stage at Blues festivals and club gigs. The line began with T-Bone, who, along with his friend Charlie Christian, invented the vocabulary for the amplified guitar. Throughout the late 1940s, T-Bone cut a sequence of singles for labels like Black & White and Capitol that laid the groundwork for what became the prevailing style of Blues recording. T-Bone transferred to the Imperial label in 1950 but the music continued in an unbroken line of creative superiority, heard in 'The Hustle Is On', 'Strollin' With Bone', 'I Get So Weary' and 'Here In The Dark'. 75 tracks.