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    Malagrel

    6 years ago

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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Master Of The Slide Guitar on Discogs/5.
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    Dujas

    6 years ago

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    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Elmore James - The Master Of The Slide Guitar at Discogs. Complete your Elmore James collection/5(12).
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    Vom

    6 years ago

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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Master Of The Slide Guitar on Discogs/5(6).
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    Yozshuramar

    6 years ago

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    Oct 01,  · Elmore James is the man that so many people have copied from Hound Dog Taylor, Duane Allman and early Fleetwood Mac to George Thorogood and Lightnin' Guy Verlinde. No question that this man has earned tremendous respect among others who practice this craft/5(15).
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    Gardalabar

    6 years ago

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    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Elmore James - King Of The Slide Guitar at Discogs. Complete your Elmore James collection/5(25).
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    Tolmaran

    6 years ago

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    (Guitar Recorded Versions). Tab transcriptions and lessons for 18 Elmore James classics: Dust My Broom * Elmore's Contribution to Jazz * Everyday (I Have the Blues) * I See My Baby * I Was a Fool * It Hurts Me Too * Madison Blues * One Way Out * So Mean to Me * The Sun Is Shining * Tool Bag Boogie.
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    Meztijora

    6 years ago

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    Elmore James - Master of the Electric Slide Guitar by Fred Sokolow gives you full transcriptions and lessons to 10 classic tunes, including "Dust My Broom," "The Sun Is Shining," "Madison Blues," and more. The Allman Brothers, Fleetwood Mac, George Throrogood and just about any guitarist who plays electric slide guitar owes a debt to the great Elmore James.
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    Tygora

    6 years ago

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    Doucage

    6 years ago

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    Elmore's last great recordings occurred in the s when he was signed by New York producer/label-owner Bobby Robinson. Unlike many of his contemporaries, James seemingly got better as the years went by and while none of the sides feature a slide guitar anywhere near as nasty as his early Modern and Flair recordings, he's still obviously giving it all on each and every side/5(7).