Birdlegg and the Tight Fit Blues Band | Meet Me on the Corner

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Meet Me on the Corner

by Birdlegg and the Tight Fit Blues Band

Some of the best West Coast Blues Harmonica from one of the masters with sounds origins from Mississippi Delta and Texas blues.
Genre: Blues: Delta Style
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1. Meet Me on the Corner
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2. I Want Your Love
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3. Peach Tree Blues
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4. Cold at Night
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5. Birdlegg's Boogie
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6. Draw In Your Lip
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7. My Babe
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8. Maria
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9. Sex Machine
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10. I'm Gone
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Album Notes
Selected as Blues Harmonica Player of the Year by the Bay Blues Society in 2004, Birdlegg has been blowing the blues in the Bay Area for over 20 years. Fronting a group of great musicians, known as the Tight Fit Blues Band, Birdlegg continues to win over new fans every day by keeping the Blues alive.


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julie robertson

I have had this cd for about 4 years,waiting for another one julie from AL

F. R. Mariposa

Oakland Blues!
I\'ve had the pleasure of seeing Birdlegg perform live several times, and he is the consumate bluesman. If you\'re ever in Oakland on a Saturday Night, head over to Everett & Jones at Jack London where they perform almost every week.

Gloria Griffin

I knew Birdlegg when he played Country Rock in Nebraska.......1980 maybe........
Birdlegg in 1980 was the most incredibe harmonica player I had ever heard and to this day their is not better man on the harmonica...........Gloria Griffin

Jim Krugh

I've known Bird since before the day he bought his first harp. I found him after 30 years and I am sure glad I did!! No one works harder or is truer to the spirit of the Blues. Bird is the "REAL DEAL".