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Doctor Ross – The Harmonica BossMemphis Breakdown ... LP
Sun/ORG, Mid 50s. New Copy ... $19.99 21.98
Doctor Ross is definitely the harmonica boss – one of those key postwar blues musicians who made his instrument as important to the scene as the guitar was back in the 20s and 30s! The music here was all recorded by Sun Records, but is a lot more raw and stripped-down than some of the more famous material you might know from the company – with a sharp edge that reminds us more of the crackling 50s blues on Excello Records, another label that did a hell of a job with blues harp players! Most numbers feature harmonic, guitar, and a spare sort of rhythm – plus vocals from Ross that alternate between his harp solos – on titles that include "Texas Hop", "Chicago Breakdown", "Boogie Disease", "Juke Box Boogie", "That's Alright", "Cat Squirrel", "Industrial Boogie", "That Ain't Right", "1953 Jump", and "Come Back Baby". LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Memphis Breakdown ... CD 10.99
 
 
 



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