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Isaac Scott

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b. 11 June 1945, Pine Bluff, Arkansas, USA. Scott’s family members shifted to the western coastline in the past due 40s, settling in Portland, Oregon, and Isaac was subjected to both gospel music and blues as a young child. Before 70s he caused gospel groups, however in 1974 he thought we would focus on blues, while he was surviving in Seattle, Washington. His electric guitar playing demonstrates the impact of Albert Collins, and his performing and repertoire reveal solid components of blues, spirit, and gospel. Scott has already established two albums released by Crimson Lightnin’ and live materials continues to be released by Solid Smoke cigarettes and Criminal.

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Full Name Isaac Scott
Died November 16, 2001, Edmonds, Washington, United States
Music Songs Rocking Chair Blues, Cold Cold Feeling, Don't Let My Baby Ride, T. V. Mama, Listen To The Blues, Cadillac Assembly Line, Going Back To Witchita, Going Get My Money, Help, Feast Goin' On, Seattle Blues, A-1 Motel, Prell Concentrate, Moonbelly, Metro Man, Let My Mind Run Back, Albert Collins Oil Change, On The Road Again, Don't Let My Baby Die, Albert Collins Van, Standin' On The Outside, Blue Shoes
Albums Isaac Scott Posthumous Blues Live, Big Time Blues Man


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