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Sunday, September 5, 2010

Guitar Nick & Blue Al - Tribute To Robert Johnson

Styles : Acoustic, Harmonica Blues
Released : 2000

1 - Springtime Boogie
2 - Love In Vain
3 - Sweet Home Chicago
4 - Ramblin' On My Mind
5 - Little Green Frogs
6 - Walking Blues
7 - Good Morning, Mr. Blues
8 - Come On In My Kitchen
9 - When You Got A Good Friend
10 - Country & Blues Fantasia
11 - Baby Please Don't Go
12 - Harmonica Solo
13 - Hoochie Coochie Man
14 - Sofia Blues
15 - How Long, How Long Blues

Guitar Nick (Nicolai Tanev) was born on 23.06.1962 in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. He started playing the guitar when he was sixteen, but his real progress began after his meeting with the most famous Bulgarian classical guitar teacher Dimiter Deutschinoff. For about five years he took private lessons and worked on the music of composers such as Albeniz, Tarrega, Vila - Lobos, Bach and many others. Meantime he majored in French literature, worked as a translator and after getting his certificate for guitar - teacher from the Bulgarian Ministry of Culture he started giving private lessons. Now he is a free - lance musician and guitar teacher.
In 1996 he was in the group "Free Point" (Bossa Nova) and wrote two instrumentals ("Tom's Bossa" and "My Brazilian Heart"), included in its first, yet unreleased album. The group had many gigs in the clubs and in January 1996 made a half - hour broadcast for the Bulgarian National Television.

Blue Al (Alexander Donchev) was born on 25.05.1972 in Sofia, Bulgaria. The first group where he played harmonica was "Montana". The group performed Country music and toured the whole country.
For his exceptional abilities of bluesman he was invited and performed as a guest - musician in the albums of "Herman's Wolf Band" and "Djendema".
Alexander Donchev plays mainly in clubs and gets many gigs with the groups "Cocomania", "Vasko Krapkata" and many more in the clubs "Cocaracha", "Eddy's Bar", "Boogie Bar", "Sevastopol Bar", "Passport Club".
His last important gig was at the "Rothmans Blues Festival" last year, where he played with "Camelia Todorova Blues Band" before the "Blues Brothers" performed there.
Meantime Alexander Donchev majored law from the "University of National and World Economy".

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