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Bonnie Murray Tamblyn - Return of the Rainbow Girl
This collection of recordings includes some legends of American Music. Recorded at Haji Sound, The Record Plant, Aspen Studios, RCA Studios, Abbey Sound, Producers Workshop and The Forum (live). Bonnie Murray Tamblyn is as Amber Tamblyn says, " Rock n' Roll's hidden heart of gold" Checkout The Rainbow Girl, you will be glad you did. Great songs, great players, great music.
Deacon John - Singer Of Song
Deacon John a New Orleans favorite entertainer and music maker. Certainly, Louisiana's best kept musical secret. Rarely recorded but immensely appreciated among his peers and New Orleans party-goers. His recordings are collectors items, his list of credits go on forever.
Raful Neal - Old Friends
The "Godfather" of the Baton Rouge Blues! In 1958, Raful's bandmates included Phil & Buddy Guy. Today, Raful's family proliferates the Blues like none other.
Tom Coerver - Backwater Tales
Baton Rouge has never been without numerous very creative musicians, artists, singers, songwriters. Tom Coerver fits the mold of "undiscovered talent."
Joe Krown Organ Combo - Down & Dirty
Inspired by the likes of Jimmy Smith, Bill Doggett, Jack McDuff, Jimmy McGriff and Booker T. Jones. Joe takes the Hammond B-3 to the new millennium. Sweet thick tone, swinging rhythm, thrilling melody, great rhythm & blues grooves. Joe's Organ Combo does more than get "Down & Dirty". Listen and hear.

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