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Two Tone Stomp - Eddie Lang - A Handful of Riffs (Cassette)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of A Handful of Riffs on Discogs.
  2. Eddie's Twister: April Kisses: Prelude: Melody Man's Dream: Perfect: Rainbow Dreams: Add A Little Wiggle: Jeannine: I'll Never Be The Same: Church Street Sobbin' Blues: There'll Be Some Changes Made: Two Tone Stomp: Jet Black Blues: Blue Blood Blues: Bullfrog Moan: A Handfull Of Riffs: Bugle Call Rag: Freeze And Melt: Hot Heels: Walkin' The Dog /5(6).
  3. Two Tone Stomp Guitar – Blind !! track A10 to B6: guitar player "Blind Willie Dunn" is a pseudonym for "Eddie Lang" Barcode and Other Identifiers Barcode: ; Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Eddie Lang: A Handful of Riffs 4/5(2).
  4. A very good collection of early guitarist Eddie Lang's work. The standouts are the tracks with Lonnie Johnson; it makes one wish there were more in this anthology. The music, of course, sounds quite dated (it is the late 20's/early 30's, after all), but works as a time capsule of /5(7).
  5. Two Tone Stomp: B2: Guitar Blues: B3: Bull Frog Woman: B4: A Handful Of Riffs: B5: Work Ox Blues: B6: The Risin' Sun: B7: Jet Back Blues: B8: Blue Blood Blues: Notes Laminated flipback cover Other Versions (4 of 4) View All. Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year; S Eddie Lang And Lonnie Johnson (2) Eddie Lang And Lonnie.
  6. Aug 22,  · Tagged A Handful of Riffs, Blind Willie Dunn, Bullfrog Moan, Django Reinhardt, Eddie Lang, Elvis Presley, Have to Change Keys to Play these Blues, It's Too Late to Cry, Joe Venuti, Lonnie Johnson, Mary Johnson, Okeh, Tomorrow Night, Two Tone Stomp.
  7. Eddie Lang (born October 25, , Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - died March 26, , New York City, New York, USA) was an American jazz guitarist.
  8. Eddie Lang (born Salvatore Massaro, October 25, – March 26, ) is known as the father of jazz guitar. During the s, he gave the guitar a prominence it previously lacked as a solo instrument, as part of a band or orchestra, and as accompaniment for vocalists. He recorded duets with guitarists Lonnie Johnson and Carl Kress and jazz violinist Joe Venuti, and played rhythm guitar in.