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Released on 15/03/10. Nashville has always been known as the home of modern country music, but the Music City earned its nickname because it was a place where all types of music were performed and recorded. Most people are surprised to learn that a lot of Blues and Soul Music was recorded and/or released by independent labels in Nashville.

Artists like B.B. King, Wynonie Harris, Big Joe Williams, Smokey Hogg, St. Louis Jimmy Oden, Joe Tex, Joe Simon, Cecil Gant, Betty LaVette, Slim Harpo, Lazy Lester, Roscoe Shelton and Lightning Slim recorded for Nashville record companies during the heyday of the independent labels (1940s-1970s).

Weight 200 kg


Cornell Blakely -Don't Do It / Cornell Blakely -You Broke My Heart / Cornell Blakely -I Want My Share / Cornell Blakely -You Ain't Gonna Find / Cornell Blakely -Who Knows / J.J. Barnes -My Love Came Tumbling Down / Stonie Martin -Try Your Luck On Me / Stonie Martin -You Win Again / John r.-Night Train / John R. -Stagger Lee / Bobby Hebb -Cherry (45 Version) / Johnette -I Gotta Hold On [To My Man] / Herbert Hunter -Big Oak Tree / Herbert Hunter -So Much To Be Thankful For / Herbert Hunter -I Gotta Sit Down / Herbert Hunter -Push Away From The Table / Lucille & The Strangers -For You My Love / Jimmy Tig & The Rounders -Foolish Lover / Carol Hadley (Christine Kittrell) -Love Letters / Larry Birdsong -Somebody Help Me / Clentt Gant -Growing Strong / Clentt Gant -If I Could Pretend / Robert Garrett -I Don't Wanna Be Sober / Robert Garrett -Mean Man


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