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  1. Gashicage Reply
    John Dee Holeman Last Pair of Shoes, released 02 August 1. Chapel Hill Boogie 2. She Moves Me 3. Dust My Broom 4. Dig Myself a Hole 5. Shotgun Blues 6. John Henry 7. Give Me Back My Wig 8. Going Down To New Orleans 9. Two Trains.
  2. Migami Reply
    Boogie Pilgrim This song is by Elton John and appears on the album Blue Moves (). Crime in the streets I read about it everyday in the papers Justice needs and justice wants But just in times, yes, too late here Feels like I wasn't born there I feel just like a Boogie Pilgrim Boogie Pilgrim Hustled to get it To get it together Down on the jive talk Down on the weather Boogie Pilgrim.
  3. Akikinos Reply
    In , Holeman was presented with the North Carolina Folk Heritage Award. A song Holeman wrote, "Chapel Hill Boogie", was featured on the Grammy Award–nominated album 10 Days Out: Blues from the Backroads, recorded by Kenny Wayne Shepherd.. In , Music Maker issued the album John Dee Holeman & the Waifs Band, on which Holeman was backed by the Waifs, an Australian folk .
  4. Dolkree Reply
    Rod Hamilton And Tiffany Seal - Versatile Ambience music MP3 album at CD Universe, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping.
  5. Nazshura Reply
    Don’t miss this special afternoon of Piedmont blues featuring the legendary John Dee Holeman. Holeman is a Durham bluesman who has been awarded a National Heritage Fellowship () by the National Endowment for the Arts and a North Carolina Heritage Award () by the NC Arts Council, and he has been playing the blues for more than 60 years.
  6. Voodoohn Reply
    To celebrate John Dee Holeman's 80th Birthday we've uploaded a couple of our favorite clips. Here John Dee puts his own stamp on the classic "John Henry", ad.
  7. Tojasida Reply
    Acoustic Blues is a general catch-all term describing virtually every type of blues that can be played on a non-electric musical instrument. It embraces a wide range of guitar and musical styles including folk, the songster tradition, slide, fingerpicking, ragtime, and all of the myriad regional strains (Chicago, Delta, Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, Piedmont, etc.) that thrived in the early.
  8. Daigrel Reply
    John Dee Holeman is a North Carolina-based bluesman who learned to play guitar in the Piedmont style, but also blends in some Texas sensibilities (from the Lightnin’ Hopkins school) as well. He recorded a disc for Music Maker in (Bull Durham Blues) that was well-received, and has toured worldwide since then. The Waifs are an Australian.
  9. Kegore Reply
    Pilgrims Together by John Coleman, released 01 January 1. Pilgrims Together 2. Now I Can See 3. Beatitudes 4. Healing Stream 5. Shine On Us 6. Jesus, Son Of God And Man 7. Wedding Song 8. Open House 9. Broken Healings of My Ways Falling of the Bird.