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Things I Used To Doo - Mighty Joe Young - Blues With A Touch Of Soul (Vinyl, LP)

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  2. There was a time during the late '70s and early '80s when Mighty Joe Young was one of the leading blues guitarists on Chicago's budding North side blues circuit. The Louisiana native got his start not in the Windy City, but in Milwaukee, where he was raised. He earned a reputation as a reliable guitarist on Chicago's West side with Joe Little & his Heart Breakers during the mid .

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  3. Soulfull singing and solid blues guitar. Blues With A Touch Of Soul buy CD music Its nice to hear guitar that isnt "cranked to the max" but still is emotional. Blues With A Touch Of Soul songs Not essential but refreshing and a tribute to a great player I used to see frequently around the city back in the 70s. By a reviewer (Chicago).

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  4. Jul 17,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Things I Used to Do · Mighty Joe Young · Eddie Jones Blues with a Touch of Soul ℗ Delmark Records Released on: Music Publisher.

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  5. Young's album Blues with a Touch of Soul was released by Delmark Records in , and two further albums followed on the Ovation label in the mids. Young regularly performed in the s and s at the Wise Fools Pub in Chicago. His song "Turning Point" was used in the feature film Thief (), directed by Michael Mann.

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  7. Joe Young and Jimmy Dawkins both hit a nice steady playful groove on this record. The guitar work on every tune is masterful, and as blues albums go the lyrics and singing are all top notch. There is a nice mix of jazz and soul factored in to the album (as the title would indicate), but it never strays far from the blues askemolaluacassoadongvimembgreasam.cos: 6.

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