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  1. Mugrel
    LURRIE BELL The Devil Ain’t Got No Music “As long as there is a Black Church there will be blues musicians” – Sterling Plumpp (Chicago, ) When Lurrie Bell was chosen as a recipient for the.
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  2. Mikatilar
    Second Nature (with Lurrie Bell) The famed Chicago father & son blues duo in an all-acoustic setting. Blues interplay bordering on telepathy as Carey & Lurrie dig deep into the most intimate recordings of their careers, full of raucous intensity, fire and elegance.
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  3. Mazugul
    Check out Lurrie Bell on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon. BELL,LURRIE. MP3: $ › See all 12 albums by Lurrie Bell. Songs Sort by: Bestselling. of Sample this song.
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  4. Kaktilar
    Carey Bell & Spike Ravenswood CD Blues Encore / CD Track listing 1 Pretty Baby 2 Here I Am 3 Honey Bee, Sail On 4 Whee Baby Blues 5 When I Get Drunk.
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  5. Dusar
    May 06,  · Find Carey Bell bio, music, credits, awards, & streaming links on AllMusic - Chicago bluesman was one of the finest harmonica.
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  6. Fenrinos
    Lurrie Bell. The Devil Ain’t Got No Music. Aria BG Records BUY THIS ALBUM. Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player (version 9 or above) is required to play this audio clip. Carey & Lurrie Bell. Gettin’ Up Live. Delmark Records Lurrie Bell delivers once again with a collection of songs (including 4 originals) in the solid.
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  7. Arashijar
    Gettin’ Up: Live at Buddy Guy’s Legends & Rosa’s Lounge – Delmark w/Carey Bell “Let’s Talk About Love” – Aria B.G. Records “Second Nature” – Carey Bell and Lurrie Bell – Alligator Records “Cutting Heads” – Vyper Records & Isabel Records/France in “Blues Had A Baby” – .
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  8. JoJotilar
    Since the onset of the new millennium, Bell’s profile has been steadily rising. saw the release of the CD Cutting Heads and in Alligator Records released Second Nature an acoustic duet record with his father Carey Bell that was nominated for a WC Handy Award Acoustic Record of the Year by the Blues Foundation in Memphis.
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