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CULT CLASSIC: GUITAR SLIM GREEN’S “STONE DOWN BLUES” WITH JOHNNY AND SHUGGIE OTIS.

Cult Classic: Guitar Slim Green’s “Stone Down Blues” With Johnny and Shuggie Otis. Guitar Slim Green was never the most prolific of musicians despite his career lasting four decades. However, during that period, he only released a handful of recordings. This included his one and only album, Stone Down Blues, which was released in 1970 and …

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GUITAR SLIM GREEN’S “STONE DOWN BLUES” WITH JOHNNY AND SHUGGIE OTIS.

GUITAR SLIM GREEN’S “STONE DOWN BLUES” WITH JOHNNY AND SHUGGIE OTIS. Guitar Slim Green was never the most prolific of musicians. That’s despite his career lasting four decades. However, during that period, Guitar Slim Green only released a handful of recordings. This included his one and only album, Stone Down Blues, which features Johnny and …

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PRESTON LOVE’S OHAMA-BAR B-Q.

PRESTON LOVE’S OHAMA-BAR B-Q. Preston Love was already forty-eight by the time he decided to climb onboard the funk bandwagon. He’d  had a long and varied career. This began back in the swing era, when Preston was an assured balladeer and alto saxophonist. He played in Nat Towles, Lloyd Hunter, Snub Mosley, Lucky Millinder and …

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