KORNER, ALEXIS -'S BLUES INCORPORATED- - RED HOT FROM ALEX

KORNER, ALEXIS -'S BLUES INCORPORATED- - RED HOT FROM ALEX

LP (12"/10" Album)

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Label: TRADING PLACES

Release date: 24/01/2020

Barcode: 5060672880176

Catalog no.: TDP0054017

Item ID: 489150

Alexis Korner's third album, originally released on the Transatlantic Label in 1964, after two live albums recorded at The Cavern and The Marquee, featuring his all-time hits 'Stormy Monday' and Chicken Shack'. A true masterpiece from one of the godfathers of the white blues movement from the '60s.

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