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The Blues Busters


The Blues Busters were several local Memphis music artists who banded collectively and toured and recorded for a brief period of amount of time in the 1980s. The primary group was made up of guitarists Lee Roy Martin and Earl “The Pearl” Banking institutions, bassist James Cost, “Chicken breast ” George Walker on drums and Thomas “Blue” Cornes on keyboards. The group just stayed together for approximately a year in support of recorded 13 edges that have been originally released on a higher water recording by maker David Nelson in 1986 having a 1999 Compact disc reissue that also presented three paths of a youthful lineup which presented “Funky’ John Cole on bass and William “Boogie Man” Hubbard on keyboards.

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Full Name The Blues Busters
Music Songs I Won't Let You Go, How Sweet It Is, Wings of a Dove, Behold!, Wide Awake in a Dream, Soon You'll Be Gone, There's Always Sunshine, Little Vilma, Love Me Forever, You Had It All Wrong, Each One Teach One, Shame & Scandal, I've Done You Wrong, Lost My Baby, Soon You Will Be Gone, Oh Baby!, Inspired to Love You, You're Driving Me Crazy, That's Heaven To Me, Can't Believe That You're Gone, Pleading For Mercy, I've Gotta Get There, Lover's Reward, Don't Lose Your Good Thing, You're The One I Need, Early One Morning, Irreplaceable You, I've Been Trying, What Can I Tell Her, Just Don't Want To By Lonly, I Had a Dream, I Need Some Loving
Albums Live at Seaside Tavern, BluesBusters Memorial 2008, Behold! The Anthology, The Wonder and the Glory of the Blues Busters

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