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Big Joe - At The Control download album

Big Joe - At The Control download album
At The Control
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Joseph Antonio Cartagena (born August 19, 1970), better known by his stage name Fat Joe, is an American rapper and actor from the Bronx, New York. He began his music career as a member of hip hop group Diggin' in the Crates Crew (.

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Joseph W. Maher (born c. 1964), known as Big Joe Maher, is an American electric blues drummer, singer and songwriter. He is known for his jump blues group called Big Joe & the Dynaflows. He has worked with many blues musicians including Delbert McClinton, Anson Funderburgh, Kevin McKendree, Bob Margolin, Mark Wenner, Ann Rabson, Jimmy Witherspoon, Bull Moose Jackson, Nappy Brown, Otis Rush, Earl King, Duke Robillard, and Tom Principato.

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Big Joe Turner was a mainstay of Kansas City Blues in the inter-war years. This big Blues shouter had the original hit with 'Shake Rattle and Roll' in 1954. Bill Haley’s game-changing cover version, with cleaned up lyrics that took Rock’n’Roll to the world, prompted many fans to look back at the original and realise where this exciting new music was coming from. Suddenly Big Joe had a big new audience, and he thrilled them with ‘Well Alright’, ‘Flip, Flop, Fly’, ‘Corrine Corrina’ and in 1956, ‘Lipstick, Powder and Paint’. The following year Big Joe toured with Alan Freed’s Rock’n’Roll shows, and he also recorded ‘The Boss of the Blues’ with Pete Johnson and a band of Swing players

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