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A Blue Part Of Town - Steve Hackett - Blues With A Feeling

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  1. Listen free to Steve Hackett – Blues With a Feeling (Born in Chicago, The Stumble and more). 12 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the .
  2. Apr 01,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises A Blue Part of Town · Steve Hackett Blues with a Feeling ℗ Esoteric Recordings Released on: Mu.
  3. “Blues With A Feeling” demonstrated Steve Hackett’s ability and affinity with the music form and was a very satisfying and entertaining excursion into a new genre for its creator. This new release has been re-mastered from the original masters and is graced by two superb brand new bonus tracks, especially recorded for this reissue.
  4. Steve Hackett - Blues with a Feeling Lyrics. Blues with a feeling, that's what I have today Blues with a feeling, that's what I have today I'm gonna find my woman if it takes all nigh.
  5. Bass Guitar – Dave "Taif" Ball* Mixed By – Chris Deam Written-By – Hackett* A5: A Blue Part Of Town Written-By – Colbeck*, Steve Hackett* A6: Footloose Baritone Saxophone – John Chapman Tenor Saxophone – Pete Long Trumpet – John Lee, Matt Dunkley Written-By – Hackett* Steve Hackett: Blues With A Feeling.
  6. Blues with a Feeling is an album by Steve Hackett, released in As the title denotes, Hackett explored his feelings about blues music. The tempo is much slower than other albums, but it does.
  7. Sep 20,  ·   As the title would indicates, Blues with a Feeling allowed Hackett to explore the American blues idiom of which he’d had an affinity since his teenaged years. The artist strapped on his guitar and harmonica for a set of mostly original compositions.
  8. Born In Chicago, The Stumble, Love Of Another Kind, Way Down South, A Blue Part Of Town, Footloose, Tombstone Roller, Blues With A Feeling, Big Dallas Sky, The 13th Floor, So Many Roads, Solid Ground. Steve Hackett:Blues With A Feeling () Edit. History Talk (0).

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