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Troubadour - Live and Acoustic

Adrian Byron Burns

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1.1
Sitting on Top of the World (Live Edition)
Adrian Byron Burns
4:58
1.2
Summertime (Live Edition)
Adrian Byron Burns
4:43
1.3
Come on in My Kitchen (Live Edition)
Adrian Byron Burns
4:02
1.4
The Letter (Live Edition)
Adrian Byron Burns
6:12
1.5
Blues Suede Shoes (Live Edition)
Adrian Byron Burns
5:10
1.6
Tracks of My Tears (Live Edition)
Adrian Byron Burns
3:16
1.7
Little Wing-Voodoo Chile-Purple Haze-Hey Joe-Little Wing (Live Edition)
Adrian Byron Burns
13:13
1.8
Xenophobia Blues (Live Edition)
Adrian Byron Burns
2:21
1.9
Who's Been Talkin' (Live Edition)
Adrian Byron Burns
4:19
1.10
Boom Boom (Live Edition)
Adrian Byron Burns
3:41
Total Playing Time    51:55
Adrian Byron Burns performing live at The Mean Fiddler, London, England in 1997. Originally from Washington D.C he was one of the new wave of African-American acoustic blues artists in the 1990s. Adrian draws on a wide range of musical influences through jazz, soul, funk and blues producing a style that is unique in contemporary blues.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Blues Archive Studio Masters

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