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  1. Jun 05,  · John Campbell: A Man And His Blues John Campbell can speak about the blues because it is the music that defines him. On "One Believer" his electrifying Elektra Entertainment debut, he unleashes powerful, disturbing, exhilarating and ultimately life affirming down and and dirty blues.
  2. I have heard many renditions and John Campbell nailed it. "When The Levee Breaks" is bad ass, "Wiseblood" is another very good song. This whole Album is Great. Check out His Album "One Believer" "Voodoo Edge" and "Wild Streak" I kept pushing replay! John Campbell is my New Favorite Artist. I wish he had not passed away so early/5(51).
  3. Listen free to John Campbell – A Man And His Blues (Going to Dallas, Bad Night Blues and more). 9 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the .
  4. Tyler, Texas Session, an Album by John Campbell. Released 31 October on Sphere Sound (catalog no. CD; CD). Genres: Blues, Blues Rock.
  5. ( 'CrossCut') (/09) Texas Blues. The beginning of a short yet incredibly successful and intensive career. John's CrossCut debut album is showing his traditional, powerful, yet conservative side. JOHN CAMPBELL - acoustic amplified gtr/voc, featuring: RONNIE EARL - gtr, DARRELL NULISCH - voc, JERRY PORTNOY - hca, PER HANSON - drums.
  6. John Campbell: A Man And His Blues ‎ (CD, Album) Blue Wolf Records Inc. BWCD Norway: Germany: Unknown: Sell This Version: BRCD John Campbell: A Man And His Blues ‎ (CD, Album) Blue Rock'it Records: BRCD US: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of /5(9).
  7. John Campbell: A Man And His Blues ‎ (CD, Album) Blue Wolf Records Inc. BWCD Norway: Sell This Version: John Campbell: A Man And His Blues ‎ (CD, Album) Blue Rock'it Records: BRCD US: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r] Release/5(11).
  8. Jun 17,  · John Campbell, a blues guitarist and singer, died on Sunday at his home in Manhattan. He was The cause was heart failure, said a statement from Elektra Records.

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