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Hoochie Coochie Man - Eric Clapton - Blues Night 1991 (CD)

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  1. Includes every major Blues player from T-Bone Walker & Muddy Waters to Stevie Ray Vaughn & Susan Tedeschi, B.B. King to Eric Clapton. Features the songs that define Modern Blues & Blues-Rock including "(I'm Your)Hoochie Coochie Man," "I'm A Man," "The .
  2. Eric Clapton has performed or recorded numerous blues songs. Here is an alphabetical list by song title / composer of many of them:SONG TITLE COMPOSER BluesRobert JohnsonAin’t Nobody’s BusinessBessie SmithAlbertaTrad. arr. by Huddie LedbetterBefore You Accuse MeEllas McDaniel (aka Bo Diddley)td>Blow Wind BlowMcKinley Morganfield (aka Muddy Waters)Blues All Day LongJimmy.
  3. Aug 27,  · CD 2 (Eric Clapton Band & Guests) Tired Man Lights Are On But Nobody’s Home Black Cat Bone I Feel So Glad Reconsider Baby Stranger Blues Hoochie Coochie Man Little By Little My Time After A While Sweet Home Chicago i’ve made only small corrections in equalization, tracks splitting and preparing for.
  4. Lyrics to 'Hoochie Coochie Man' by Muddy Waters: The gypsy woman told my mother Before I was born I got a boy child's coming He's gonna be a son of a gun He gonna make pretty womens.
  5. Eric Clapton - "Blues Night" () Eric Clapton Eric Clapton 'Blues Night' Royal Albert Hall, London, England Monday February 25th, This Royal Albert Hall blues show from 25 February was broadcast live on BBC Radio 1. Stranger Blues Hoochie Coochie Man Little By Little My Time After A While
  6. Eric Clapton () Slunky, Bad Boy, Lonesome And A Long Way From Home, After Midnight, Easy Now, Blues Power, Bottle Of Red Wine, Lovin' You Lovin' Me, Told You For The Last Time, Don't Know Why, Let It Rain Slunky, Bad Boy, Lonesome And A Long Way From Home, After Midnight, Easy Now, Blues.
  7. From the Cradle is the twelfth solo studio album by Eric Clapton released on 13 September by Warner Bros. Records. A blues cover album and Clapton's follow-up to his successful live album, Unplugged, it is his only UK number-one album to date.. Although he had long been associated with the blues, From the Cradle was Clapton's first attempt at an all-blues album.
  8. This is not the first live album of Clapton 's to be recorded at the Royal Albert Hall -- 's 24 Nights documented a near month-long residency at the London hall -- and, generally, this performance does have a familiar feel, thanks in part to the set and in part to Clapton playing with a band who has been with him for a long time.

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