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  1. Mar 08,  · Ready For Judgement Day Best Rock Songs Vietnam War Music - Best Rock Music Of All Time - 60s and 70s Rock Playlist - Duration: MoMo Lisa Recommended for you.
  2. Light and Shade, an album by Blues Karloff on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services.
  3. Blues Karloff: Light and Shade. 19/12/ 0 Reacties DETAIL ALBUM Tracks: I Ain’t Superstitious Er prijken uiteraard ook enkele covers op het album. Maar Blues Karloff verstaat de kunst om alles te voorzien van eigen bluesrock arrangementen, wat het geheel meer dan spannende en opwindend maakt. Het nummer ‘Looking Tired’ van.
  4. Blues Karloff Fanart. WE CURRENTLY HAVE 0 IMAGES IN THIS SECTION. Add album If there is an album missing from the list, find its release-group id from gispunopgezabonlajanzworlturotve.xyzinfo and add it here. Album Light And Shade. 0. Comments 0 Downloads 11 hours .
  5. Blues Karloff - Light And Shade () I Ain't Superstitious Close Together Love Doctor Don't Lie To Me Take These Chains I'm A Bluesman All Over Now Hey Gypsy Looking Tired Blackout Blues Pills and Booze Don't Tell Me What to Do
  6. On January 22, , Blues Boulevard Records will release the second album by Blues Karloff, entitled “Light And Shade,” the follow-up to last year’s critically acclaimed debut “Ready For Judgement Day”. “Light And Shade” will be available as a compact disc album (digipak + page booklet), as well as a long-playing vinyl album.
  7. Blues Karloff - Light And Shade () Country: Belgium Genre: Blues/Hard Rock Quality: Mp3, CBR kbps (Cd-Rip) | FLAC (image+.cue+log) + Scans Tracklist: I Ain't Superstitious Close Together Love Doctor Don't Lie To Me Take These Chains I'm A Bluesman All Over Now Hey Gypsy Looking Tired Blackout.
  8. Blues Karloff then road-tested material for their second album, which they started recording in February, and finished early September The band again revisited and remodelled both classic and lesser-known tracks by the likes of Willie Dixon, Jimmy Reed, Bobby Womack, and Tom Hambridge (who has been referred to as The White Willie Dixon by 3/5(1).