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Wolves At My Door - Voodoo Highway (2) - Hidin Out With The Blues (CD, Album)

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  1. CD is used, there are a few very minor marks otherwise looks like new. Plays perfectly, I test all my CD's. There is 2 small discolored marks near the UPC otherwise artwork is in excellent resdafopportpensatucatimysonti.coinfo has minor shelf wear. View Release Page: Seller: poopsmcgee; %, 79 ratings ; Ships From: United States; $ +$ shipping $ total.
  2. Album Rock British Blues British Invasion Hard Rock Regional Blues Rock & Roll. Also Known As. Highway 60's 70's Blues Revisited: Composer: Harder and Heavier: Composer [2-CD] Jimmy Page: Primary Artist, Guitar, Composer.
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  6. May 24,  · Big Man Big Guitar is a well recorded compilation of different live recordings from Radio France on the 22 of June - Radio France the 12 of February and Le Plan on the 27th of March playing Awesome guitar on 12 catchy songs with a great backing band & 72 minutes long making this live Album one of my favorites and a must have for anyone into blues rock guitar/5(31).
  7. Jun 20,  · Forbidden – The title track of the album usually is a song that stands out for some reason. When this album was not yet released, the working title was “The Illusion of Power”, and then it was changed to “Forbidden”. That indicated to me that the band liked the song for some reason, or at the very least the title.
  8. George Marino (April 15, – June 4, ) was an American mastering engineer known for working on albums by rock bands starting in the late s. Marino mastered and remastered thousands of albums in over forty years. He started his career at Capitol Records and was there from to , then became a partner in the Record Plant's Master Cutting Room from to Soundtrack albums:

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