Tinqui8 | The Old Rider's Blues

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The Old Rider's Blues

by Tinqui8

Let us imagine that Monument Valley meets moved in the South of France
Genre: Blues: Dirty Blues
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1. Les vieux démons
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2. La sortie
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3. Laisser les bons temps rouler
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2:49 $0.99
4. The old rider's blues
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5:25 $0.99
5. La séparation
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2:55 $0.99
6. La St Tinqui8
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7. Petite fleur porte bonheur
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8. Origines
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9. La confiance
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10. Mes petits vices
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11. Jellyfish
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12. Rendez-vous au comptoir
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13. Riding..
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14. Fée de beaux rêves
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A guy, a guitar, a bass drum, a harmonica, and do not believe that it is not enough for him!!!! Nothing that with that he is going to tempt you to stamp.!
At the crossroads between Blues, folk song and Punk rock,


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Hollowbelly

Blues you can use
Make no mistake,Tinqui8 is here to remind any jaded blues aficionados that the blues isn't some dry,crusty living museum, but a living breathing thing, ever changing and evolving, like any genre should.You won't find any Eric Clapton covers, any reworking of Sweet home Chicago, or any other blues cliches for that matter-just hard hitting, joy filled originals.Do yourself a favour and buy this album-you'll be glad you did.