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Some California Blues and free prizes


Ry Cooder at least in my mind plays California Blues. Although he may be better known for the CrossRoads movie and heavy delta tunes he has recorded. I like the music he has made with the rythm bands. It is still blues, but just Ry Cooder Blues.

Here's Let's a Ball.


and his Crazy About an Automobile


Cooder turned 63 last week and has some new tunes out with the Chieftans. If you want to download his newest release for free go to the itunes store, click Quick Links, and enter one of these codes...

ATJRH3YTTX4P or PEMWJJXYKR37 or YP3Y4E33FHPY or RXMM9NE73MER or 77T497467RE3

Each code is good for one download, so I guess it is the first five lucky winners. But hey I only get 4 hits a day.

Top that one pogge two videos and free music downloads :)

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