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Amazing songs. One of the best singers around anywhere.

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Short and sweet

So this is a brother and sister duo? They work well together. Her singing voice is gorgeous and unique. The electronics are very well done, so I don't know much about what do say. It definitely all blends pretty well. How's That isn't even a song I would normal like, but it's presented so well that I can't help but to enjoy it. Weather must be my favorite song here, though. I don't know why, because I can only understand about half of the lyrics. That's fine though, because it all sounds so good that I don't care.
I do feel it's a bit too short.


Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s

A blues harmonica master who made his name in Chicago in the '50s, Dusty Brown was born on March 11, 1929 in Tralake, Mississippi. He began playing the harmonica when he was 13 years old and growing up in a rural community. In 1946, Brown left Mississippi and settled in Chicago, Illinois, where he hoped to find better work and a chance at making a mark on the city's fabled blues music community. Slowly but surely, Brown broke into the Windy City's blues circuit, sharing stages with major acts such...
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This City Is Killing Me, Dusty Brown
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  • $4.95
  • Genres: Electronic, Music
  • Released: Jan 11, 2011

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