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Great Blues artist!

True Awesomeness!!!!

So good! You just automatically start tapping your fingers on the desk when your listening to him sing the blues. Funny how the BLUES can make you smile, right? Thanks for being such a talented artist!


I had the good fortune to see EDDIE K. a coupla years ago at a festival of DETROIT MUSIC at Lincoln Center and he FLAT OUT SMOKED The crowd with his originality and SOUL and artistry , I took a picture with him and he was a real open person , too. This is not as raw as his early material but it is as soulful and full of great BLUES RHYTHM guitar . The GROOVE is here!



Born: August 16, 1928 in Jamaica

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

How many Jamaican-born bluesmen recorded with John Lee Hooker and toured with Otis Redding? It's a safe bet there was only one: Eddie Kirkland, who engaged in some astonishing on-stage acrobatics over the decades (like standing on his head while playing guitar on TV's Don Kirshner's Rock Concert). But you would never find any ersatz reggae grooves cluttering Kirkland's work. He was brought up around Dothan, Alabama before heading north to Detroit in 1943. There he hooked up with Hooker five years...
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Pick Up the Pieces, Eddie Kirkland
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Blues, Music, Rock
  • Released: Oct 25, 2011

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