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  • Faet
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Leavin' Blues on Discogs/5(2).
  • Dishakar
    - Leavin' Town Blues - Leavin' Town Blues - Brown Mama Blues - Brown Mama Blues - Trouble Hearted Blues - Trouble Hearted Blues - The Four Day Blues - The Four Day Blues - Jake Liquor Blues - Family Stirving - Mobile Stomp - Farish Street Rag - Woman, Woman Blues - Suitcase Full Of Blues - Bust Up Blues - Pay Me No Mind - Heavy Suitcase Blues.
  • Mejin
    Well I'm leavin', leavin', Mama But I don't know where to go Well I said I'm leavin', Mama But I don't know where to go I'm leavin' in the morning On that C & O I laid down on my pillow And cried myself to sleep Said I laid down on my pillow Well I cried myself to sleep I hate to leave you, Baby When I love you so sweet Wo-oh I'd rather see my coffin comin' Well right through my front door.
  • Kajishakar
    ♬ Leavin' Las Vegas Blues | 0 Posts. Watch short videos with music Leavin' Las Vegas Blues on TikTok.
  • Grokree
    The second Nick Travers' blues mystery, LEAVIN' TRUNK BLUES, is a well written, but much darker tale than its predecessor (see CROSSROAD BLUES) is. The story line still sings with a rhythm not often seen in an amateur sleuth tale. The setting seems ghostly in an abandoned urban way and supplemented by the arctic Christmas weather that together.
  • Mooguzilkree
    Leavin' Trunk Blues (Nick Travers Book 2) - Kindle edition by Atkins, Ace. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Leavin' Trunk Blues (Nick Travers Book 2)/5(32).
  • Junris
    Oct 14,  · But on to LEAVIN TRUNK BLUES, in this second book featuring Nick Travers, former NFL star and now blues scholar at Tulane and whenever possible, blues sleuth, TYravers goes to Chicago to look into 50's bles artist, Rubt Walker. Walker in prison for forty years for a myurder she may not have lanvorehareetipurtempseewastase.xyzinfos:
  • Malkree
    “If the streets of Chicago’s South Side could talk, they would probably speak in the cracked voices of the bluesmen who shuffle through Ace Atkins’s soulful mystery Leavin’ Trunk Blues.” —The New York Times “A major player in the mystery genre.” —The Chicago Tribune.

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