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Talk To Me Baby - Various - Blues Guitar (CD)

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  1. Sep 22,  · Elmore James - 40 Exciting Legendary Blues Tracks: Tribute To Elmore James, "King of Slide Guitar" - Duration: Jazz and Blues Experience 1,, views
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  5. When this version of the song was later released on various budget compilation albums (it was not released as a single), it was titled "Talk to Me Baby". When the original song was included on the Chess compilation album Whose Muddy Shoes, it was re-titled "Talk to Me Baby" and credited to Willie Dixon.
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  8. Won the Grammy Award for Best Traditional Blues Album. Bring 'Em In: Silvertone Skin Deep: Silvertone Living Proof: Silvertone Won the Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Blues Album. Rhythm & Blues: RCA: Born to Play Guitar: RCA Won the Grammy Award for Best Blues Album. The Blues Is Alive and Well: RCA.

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