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“Why I Sing The Blues” by B.B. King and friends

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    Whoa! If anyone else shows up, we’re gonna need a bigger stage. Blues greats Eric Clapton, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Albert King, Etta James, Paul Butterfield, and Dr. John, along with some pretty talented wanna-bes: Chaka Khan, Gladys Knight, Billy Ocean. Great “feel good” blues. “Why I Sing The Blues” by B.B. King and friends.

    Song Title: “Why I Sing The Blues”
    Artist: B.B. King
    Genre: blues


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