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Stevie Ray Vaughan synthesized many influences, from Albert King to T-Bone Walker, to get his unique guitar style.
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August 3, 2011 Vaughan synthesized many influences, from Albert King to T-Bone Walker, to get his unique style.
September 4, 2009 Americans have been observing Labor Day since 1894, through cycles of economic good times and bad times. Here are five songs by great blues and soul artists on the subject of work — and, whenever possible, the avoidance thereof.
November 7, 2008 T-Bone Walker swung the blues, made his guitar cry like no one else and wrote a classic in "Call It Stormy Monday." The Library of Congress agrees.
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