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Hey Joe - Roy Buchanan - Live In Japan (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Roy Buchanan-Live In Japan-'78 BLUES LIVE-NEW LP. Roy Buchanan ‎– Live In Japan Label: Polydor (2) ‎– MPF Format: Vinyl, LP, Country: Europe Released: Genre: Rock, Blues Style: Blues Rock. Tracklist. A1 Soul Dressing A2 Sweet Honeydew A3 Hey Joe A4 Slow Down B1 Lonely Days Lonely Nights B2 Blues Otani B3 My Baby Says She's Gonna.
  2. Live In Japan Pop New - LP MPF Polydor Glossy Unplayed Copy Of This Japan Only Original With Obi And Insert. Small Cut Corner. “Live In Japan Is Said To Have Been Roy Buchanan's Favorite Of All His Platters, And Ironically, It Was Never Issued Stateside. However, As Word Spread, The Title Became An Essential Addition To His Discography.
  3. The music of legendary blues-based guitarists Albert Collins, Lonnie Mack and Roy Buchanan are featured in this film highlighting their historic December 6, concert at Carnegie Hall. Included are personality profiles on each musician and the story of what brought these three innovative bluesmen together in one live performance.
  4. Roy is not a great singer, but his singing on "Roy's Bluz" and "Hey Joe" is more sincere and moving to my ears. Roy Buchanan is one of the all-time great electric guitarists, and this was his finest hour! *** *** *** The page booklet features Phil Carson's story of how he and his young friends hitchhiked around the country and saw Roy /5(69).
  5. Condition: Second Hand Ships from: Melbourne Media: Near Mint (NM or M-) Cover: Very Good Plus (VG+) Comments: Beautiful disc, cover has only very faint ring wear. This is a stock / Discogs image of this release, not the actual item for sale. Refer to the grading for .
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  8. Live in Japan () is said to have been Roy Buchanan's favorite of all his platters, and ironically, it was never issued stateside. However, as word spread, the title became an essential addition to his discography. Fact is that it may have never come out at all, had there not been a loophole in Buchanan's contract with former label Polydor, giving them control over his non-North American.

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