Reds New Dream - Louisiana Red - ;Sings The Blues...+; (CD, Album)

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  1. Find Louisiana Red discography, albums and singles on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases; Editors' Choice; All New Releases; Discover. Genres › Moods Louisiana Red Sings the Blues: Wounded Bird Sweet Blood Call: Fat Possum Records.
  2. Find the song lyrics for Louisiana Red - Top Tracks. Discover top playlists and videos from your favorite artists on Shazam! Louisiana Red Blues. Share. Top Songs By Louisiana Red. TRACK. ARTIST. Alabama Train. Alabama Train. Louisiana Red. Louisiana Red. 4, Driftin' Driftin' Red's New Dream. Louisiana Red. Louisiana Red. The.
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  5. Red's Dream This song is by Louisiana Red and appears on the compilation Songs of War & History () on the album The Lowdown Back Porch Blues () on the compilation Atomic Platters: Cold War Music From the Golden Age of Homeland Security () It was a dream, dream I had last night I dreamed I went to the UN And set the whole nation right I dreamed of callin' old Castro To.
  6. Red's Dream. Louisiana Red Popular Louisiana Red albums Sweet Blood Call. Millennium Blues. The Lowdown Back Porch Blues. The Rising Sun Collection. Midnight Rambler.
  7. Louisiana Red Sings the Blues () Rolling Stone Rollin' Stone I Am Louisiana Red Country Playboy You Don't Have to Go Mean Old Frisco The Story of Louisiana Red Some Day The Same Thing Freight Train to Ride Where Is My Friend? Red's New Dream .
  8. LOUISIANA RED Vinyl Records and CDs Louisiana Red's gravelly vocal delivery and deeply personal blues first came to prominence in the revival boom of the '60s, but he had been on the scene since just after WWII, jamming with the likes of John Lee Hooker.

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