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Birdnest On The Ground - Mojo Buford* - Champagne & Reefer (CD, Album)

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9 Comments on Birdnest On The Ground - Mojo Buford* - Champagne & Reefer (CD, Album)

  1. Champagne and Reefer; $ on iTunes 2. Introduction by Bob Margolin; $ on iTunes 3. Blow Wind Blow; $ on iTunes 4. Long Distance Call; $ on iTunes 5. Rollin' and Tumblin' $ on iTunes 6. Wee Wee Baby; $ on iTunes 7. Birdnest on the Ground; $ on iTunes 8. Don't Go No Further; $ on iTunes 9. My Own Fault Darling; $0.
  2. Blue Loon CD 32 (US ) Mojo Buford: Champagne & Reefer - Champagne & Reefer - Introduction By Bob Margolin - Blow Wind Blow - Long Distance Call - Rollin' And Tumblin' - Wee Wee Baby - Bird Nest On The Ground - Don't Go No Further - My Own Fault Darling - You're Gonna Drive Me Away - Honey Bee - Nine Below Zero - Big Leg Woman.
  3. Champagne & Reefer (Recorded Live at the Rhythm Room), an album by Mojo Buford on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, Birdnest on the Ground - Recorded Live at the Rhythm Room. 8.
  4. May 27,  · Don't Go No Further (Recorded Live at the Rhythm Room) Artist Early One Morning Bird Nest On The Ground - Duration: Mojo Buford - Champagne & Reefer.
  5. George Carter Buford, Jr., known as Mojo Buford, was an American blues harmonica player best known for his work in Muddy Waters's band.
  6. Fishpond Australia, Champagne & Reefer by Mojo Buford/George "Mojo" BufordBuy. Music online: Champagne & Reefer, , laytaicrusfifbopho.branvoipasgemsvabugunlylamasvicomp.infoinfod: Fedora Records.
  7. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Champagne & Reefer - George "Mojo" Buford, Mojo Buford on AllMusic -
  8. Mojo Buford - Champagne & Reefer () Written by bluesever Wednesday, 16 November - Last Updated Thursday, 06 June Hernando, Mississippi to Memphis, Tennessee in his youth, where he studied the blues. He relocated to Chicago in , forming the Savage Boys that eventually became known as the Muddy Waters, Jr. Band.

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