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Way Down Inside: Songs of Willie Dixon

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Big Head Todd and the Monsters have been fans of blues music since their first days together playing music in high school, so it only makes sense they'd eventually record am album in this seminal form. Accordingly, in 2011 the band delved into the blues with their first 'Big Head Blues Club' project, 100 Years of ...

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Black Beehive

Label: Shout! Factory
Released: 2014
Track listing: Hey Delila; Everything About You; Seven State Lines Josephina; Black Beehive; We Won't Go Back; Fear, Greed and Ignorance; Hubert's Dream; I Get Smooth; Travellin' Light; ​Forever Bonnie.

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Article: Album Review

Big Head Todd and the Monsters: Black Beehive

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Big Head Todd & The Monsters have maintained a solid and occasionally high profile since their formation in 1986. Regular studio and road work has produced a fairly extensive discography of albums and DVD's as well as authorized concert recordings, including their previous project under the pseudonym Big Head Blues Club, 100 Years of Robert Johnson, ...

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Meet Geoff Anderson

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I currently live in: Littleton, CO I joined All About Jazz in: 2007 What made you decide to contribute to All About Jazz? It all started at a concert by George Brooks and his band Summit at the Boulder Theater around 2002. The band featured tabla maestro Zakir Hussain as well as ...


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