The real blues book : C instruments

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MP1630.28.B5 R4 2010
Milwaukee, WI : Hal Leonard, [2010]
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(They call it) Stormy monday (Stormy monday blues) Aaron "T-Bone" Walker.
Ain't gonna worry my life anymore B.B. King.
Ain't it crazy Lightnin' Hopkins.
Ain't no sunshine Bill Withers.
Ain't nobody's business Clarence Williams, James Witherspoon, Porter Grainger, Robert Prince.
All your love (I miss loving) Otis Rush.
As the years go passing by Deadric Malone.
Aw shucks, hush you mouth Jimmy Reed.
Baby how long Chester Burnett.
Baby please don't go Joseph Lee Williams.
Baby, scratch my back James Moore.
Baby, what you want me to do Jimmy Reed.
Back door man Willie Dixon.
Backwater blues Bessie Smith.
Bad boy Eddie Taylor.
Bad luck and trouble John Lee Hooker.
Ball and chain Willie Mae (Big mama) Thornton.
Banty rooster blues Charley Patton.
Beauticiam blues B.B. King, Jules Bihari.
Before you accuse me (take a look at yourself) Ellas McDaniels.
Big boss man Al Smith, Luther Dixon.
Big lee woman John Temple.
Big road blues Traditional.
Big ten inch record Fred Weismantel.
Big town playboy Eddie Taylor.
Black cat bone H. Wilson, I.L. Semiens.
Black mattie John Adam Estes.
Black snake moan John Jackson.
Blow, wind, blow Muddy Waters.
Blue guitar Earl Hooker.
Blue light Walter Jacobs.
Blue on black Tia Sillers, Mark Selby, Kenny Wayne Shepherd.
Blues before sunrise Leroy Carr.
Blues had a baby and they named it rock and roll, the McKinney Morganfield (Muddy Waters), Brownie McGhee.
Blues is a feeling Lightnin' Hopkins.
Blues is alright, the Mlton Campbell.
Blues leave me alone James A. Lane.
Blues never die, the Otis Spann.
Blues shadows Lloyd C. Glenn.
Blues with a feeling Walter Jacobs.
Bo Diddley Ellas McDaniel.
Boogie Chillen no. 2 John Lee Hooker, Bernard Besman/.
Boom boom John Lee Hooker.
Boom boom (out go the lights) Stanley Lewis.
Born under a bad sign Booker T. Jones, William Bell.
Born with the blues Peter Chatman.
Bottle up and go John Lee Hooker.
Bourgeois blues Huddie Ledbetter, Alan Lomax.
Bridge of sighs Robin Trower.
Bright lights, big city Jimmy Reed.