Various - Alligator Records' Genuine Houserockin' Holiday Greetings Scaricare
|2||–Saffire -The Uppity Blues Women||Untitled|
|7||–Andra Faye McIntosh||Untitled|
|9||–Lil' Ed Williams||Untitled|
|10||–Rick Estrin, Little Charlie Baty||Untitled|
|11||–W. C. Clark||Untitled|
|15||–The Holmes Brothers||Untitled|
Holiday greetings from Alligator Records artists.
Polybag. Credits, tracks and duration not listed on release. Running time aprox. 15:01Min.
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- Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): ALCD 1218 N3A16F
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L533
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 9285
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Alligator Records & Artist Management, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Alligator Records & Artist Management, Inc.
Alligator Records is the world's foremost authority on blues music and blues artists. View artist bios, liner notes, and shop our catalog online. Alligator Records 45th Anniversary Collection. Two CDs chock full with over 158 minutes of genuine houserockin music spanning the labels 45-year history for the cost of a single CD Features Johnny Winter, Koko Taylor, Luther Allison, Lil Ed & The Blues Imperials, Albert Collins, James Cotton and many, many more Housed in a beautiful 6-panel digipak with 24-page booklet featuring liner notes from head 'Gator Bruce Iglauer. Alligator Records was born in Chicago, inspired by the music that I heard in the little clubs on the South and West Sides in the black neighborhoods, where the citys and the worlds greatest blues bands made music for their local fans. The blues clubs had been the heart of Chicagos black music scene for over 30 years before I arrived there as a blues pilgrim back in 1970. You could say that Alligator Records was born in January, 1970, at a little neighborhood bar called Florences Lounge on Chicagos South Side. On a Sunday afternoon, a blues fan newly arrived in the city dropped in to check out a gig by a tall, gangly guitarist that everyone called Dog. When I stepped into the crowded little club packed with dancing, drinking, laughing patrons, I was overwhelmed by joyful, raw and energized electric boogie blues. Album 2003 16 Songs. Alligator Records 40th Anniversary Collection. Various Artists. 60 million songs. Duration: Album. Genuine Houserockin' Music by Various Artists CD, Oct-1993, Alligator Records. 5 out of 5 stars. From United States. Genre: Holiday. Style: ChristmasArtist: VariousCustoms services and international tracking provided. Genuine Houserockin Christmas by Various Artists Audio CD . Only 11 left in stock - order soon. Ships from and sold by . I like to have a collection of holiday CD's, but really do not like the standard schmaltzy stuff. I have an eclectic mix of alternative, electronic, and rock holiday CD's, this is my first blues mix. Of the 14 tracks on this CD, I like all but 2, not a big fan of tracks 6 and 12, but that's just my personal opinion. Verified Purchase. Great blues Christmas album with many different artists. Read more. Roomful Of Blues. Alligator Records' Genuine Houserockin' Christmas. Really Been Good This Year. Saffire-the Uppity Blues Women. All I Want For Christmas Is To Be With You. Lonnie Brooks. Alligator Records' Genuine Houserockin' Christmas, 2003. Have You Heard the News, 04:44. Christmas Snow, 03:59. Christmas Time, 03:38. Stay a Little Longer, Santa, 04:23. Back Door Santa, 03:05. Genuine Houserockin' Christmas. CD - Alligator Records 9202. Overview . Genuine Houserockin' Christmas is a 16-track compilation of newly recorded holiday tunes sampling the roster of Alligator Records. These tunes capture several Chicago blues, modern soul, and zydeco artists including Koko Taylor, Lonnie Brooks, Lil' Ed & the Blues Imperials, Coco Montoya, C. Chenier & the Red Hot Louisiana Band, Saffire - The Uppity Blues Women, Little Charlie & the Nightcats, and Roomful of Blues. These are new Christmas tunes you won't find White Christmas, The Christmas Song, or even Merry Christmas Baby. Listen free to Various Artists Alligator Records' Genuine Houserockin' Christmas Have You Heard the News, Christmas Train and more. 16 tracks 60:20. The term Various Artists is used in the record industry when numerous singers and musicians collaborate on a song or collection of songs. Most often on , compilation album tracks appear under the name of Various Artists erroneously because the individual artist is not listed in the album's ID3 information. Warning