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The Charles Burton Blues Band - Sweet Potato Pie (2013) Lossless

21-09-2013, 19:04
Music | Blues | Rock | FLAC / APE

The Charles Burton Blues Band - Sweet Potato Pie (2013) Lossless

Artist: The Charles Burton Blues Band
Title Of Album: Sweet Potato Pie
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Charles Burton Blues Band
Genre: Blues, Modern Electric Blues, Blues Rock
Quality: Flac
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 47:09 Min
Total Size: 368 Mb


01. Shake It!
02. Double Up
03. Drivin' Home (With Chill Boy)
04. New York Jump
05. Goin' To Memphis
06. Crackdown
07. Livin' Without You (Blues For Simon)
08. Sweet Potato Pie
09. New Boogie
10. Used To Love That Woman
11. Brown Paper Bag
12. Your Number
13. Drop A Dime

Born in Los Angeles in 1958, Charles Burton plays with fire, and when he does, his articulation and phrasing are instantly recognizable. This tall drink of water has been playing Blues, Country, Rock, and Roots music for over forty years. He has played lead guitar in Country bands in Los Angeles (1970's), Honolulu (1980's), Tokyo (1990's), and Fresno, California. He headlined the Fresno Blues Festival playing with the late great Hosea Leavy in 1995. As a blues guitarist and singer, he has released five CDs with the Charles Burton Blues Band, and has toured Europe headlining festivals, culture houses, and clubs twice a year since 2005. In 2007/2008 he toured Scandinavia with Maury "Hooter" Saslaff (Big Jack Johnson and the Oilers), playing over 200 gigs in seven months! In 2009 he won San Diego's International Blues Challenge finals. That same year he took first place in San Diego's King of the Blues competition. Widely regarded as the best blues guitarist in San Diego, Charles is San Diego's Blues Ambassador to the world.

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