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Troyce Key


b. 1937, Jordon Plantation (70m from Monroe), Louisiana, USA, d. 9 November 1992, Oakland, California, USA. In the first 50s Crucial became thinking about blues after hearing an archive by Lightnin’ Hopkins and he started playing guitar carrying out a serious disease that led to hospitalization. During this time period he was significantly influenced from the information of Excess fat Domino, Johnny Otis, Muddy Waters, among others. He was authorized by Warner Brothers Information in 1958 and got three singles released. Crucial teamed up with J.J. Malone in 1961 plus they documented together around 3 years later; in addition they acquired two albums released by Crimson Lightnin’ and appreciated a near-hit in Britain in 1980 using the one ‘I Gotta New Car (I USED TO BE Framed)’. He continuing, until his loss of life from leukaemia, to provide his good-natured, rocking blues in Oakland, California, at his very own club known as Eli Mile Great, that was also the name of his blues record label.

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Full Name Troyce Key
Music Songs Annie Maybe, Sweet Taters & Possum Meat, Watch Your Mouth, Crazy Little Chicken, I Gotta New Car, Old Fashioned Blues, Monday Woman, It Should Have Been Me, Saturday Night Shakedown, Daddy Rollin' Stone, You're A Good Lookin' Woman, Katy May, Gimme Mine Out Now, Flip, Flop and Fly, Louisiana Blues, Sail On, Tutti Frutti, Outskirts Of Town, I've Gotta New Car, New Car, Jaywalk, New Car / Framed, Baby Please Don't Go, I Gotta New Car + Framed, I Know You Love Me, No Cuttin' Loose, It Should've Been Me
Albums Younger Than Yesterday, I've Gotta New Car

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