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  1. Voodoole
    Jan 28,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Giant of the Blues on Discogs. Label: Blues Boulevard - • Format: 2x, CD Compilation, Stereo • Country: Europe • Genre: Jazz, Blues • Style: Rhythm & Blues – Willie Dixon and Johnny Winter: Killing Floor.
  2. Voodootaxe
    Willie Dixon was without doubt the ultimate blues songwriter, sideman, and producer. It is impossible to overestimate his importance. He was a monster force in the post-war Chicago blues scene as well as a decisive influence on modern rock `n' roll music.
  3. Dousar
    This two-disc, track set catches Dixon wearing all of his hats, with the first disc featuring him in the studio and in concert (including several live tracks with Johnny Winter) and the second spotlighting his bass playing and production work with the likes of Robert Nighthawk, Eddie Boyd, Muddy Waters, Little Walter, Lowell Fulson, Bo Diddley, Willie Mabon, and Howlin' Wolf.8/
  4. Gardajind
    This is official re-released of the originally Killing Floor's debut album issued in on Spark Records with different cover. Barcode and Other Identifiers Barcode: Other Versions (5 /5(2).
  5. Dubar
    Not in terms of opinions, but the basic facts: Killing Floor (at least the Killing Floor who produced this album) are not a British blues/rock band, but a San Francisco industrial-rock band. Very much different. Also, if one looks closely at the cover and the liner notes, the album's title is "/dev/null"/5(14).
  6. Zushakar
    Listening to Killing Floor's debut LP today essentially rearranged Chicago blues songs given a bombastic heavy rock treatment you cannot dismiss the impact and influence of Led Zeppelin's self-titled debut,which was released six months earlier, in January
  7. Kalkis
    The sheer toughness -- and overall derivative -- nature of Killing Floor 's debut album, issued six months after Led Zeppelin 's debut in on the Spark label, is a wondrous contrast to the overly slick treatment American blues were given by British artists.
  8. Tojanris
    Here is Willie Dixon singing one of his own songs, "Walking The Blues" from "The Chess Box". It is filled with recordings of Dixon's songs sung by other arti.

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