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Jimmy Reed - Down in Virginia flac
Title:
Down in Virginia
Performer:
Jimmy Reed
Style:
Chicago Blues,Electric Chicago Blues,Regional Blues,Electric Blues,Electric Harmonica Blues
Released:
1974
FLAC album size:
1514 mb
MP3 album size:
1871 mb
Other formats:
DXD MMF ASF AHX WAV XM
Genre:
Rating:
4.8

Band Name Jimmy Reed. Album Name Down in Virginia. 3. Slow Walking Mama. 7. I Shot an Arrow to the Sky.

Down in Virginia" b/w "I Know It's a Sin". 93. Rockin' with Reed. I Told You Baby" b/w "Ends and Odds" (from Rockin' with Reed). 19. - Blues Is My Business. Down in Mississippi" b/w "Oh John" (from Just Jimmy Reed). - Jimmy Reed with More of the Best. I'm Going Upside Your Head" b/w "The Devil's Shoestring", Part 2. - - Jimmy Reed at Soul City. I Wanna Be Love" b/w "A New Leaf". Left Handed Woman" b/w "I'm The Man Down There" (from Jimmy Reed's Soul Greats). - "When Girls Do It" b/w "Don't Think I'm Through".

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Band Name Jimmy Reed. Data de lançamento 1969.

Written-By – Mary Lee Reed. Written-By – Mary Lee Reed. B2. Notes is where it's at!")

This album has an average beat per minute of 99 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 88/110 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Down in Virginia. BPM Profile Down in Virginia. Album starts at BPM, ends at 88BPM (+88), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Jimmy Reed.

This song is by Jimmy Reed and appears on the album Rockin' With Reed (1959). I went down in Virginia, honey, where the green grass growsI tried to tell myself, you didn't want me no moreI told my baby, "Honey, stop doin' me wrong!Why don't you pack your clothes, and bring your fine self home?"Shut up, girl, you know you doing me wrong.

1. Going To New York. 8. I Know It's A Sin. 2:230:30.

Reed was in pretty sad shape by this time in his life and the monotonous approach to these songs (tunes constantly fade in and out as if only this much of the performance was salvageable) gives these recordings a real assembly line quality that's most unsettling. Stick with his original Vee-Jay recordings for the best the man has to offer and pass this paint-by-numbers junk by.

Credits

Jimmy Reed - Guitar, Harmonica, Primary Artist, Vocals