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B.K. Turner - Black Ace flac mp3
B.K. Turner
Black Ace
Acoustic Texas Blues,Regional Blues
Date of release:
October, 1961
FLAC vers. size:
1849 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1847 mb
WMA vers. size:
1107 mb
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Black Ace was the most frequently used stage name of the American Texas blues musician born Babe Kyro Lemon Turner (December 21, 1905 – November 7, 1972), who was also known as B. K. Turner, Black Ace Turner, Babe Turner and Buck Turner. He was born in Hughes Springs, Texas, and was raised on his family's farm

Album Black Ace. Golden Slipper Lyrics. Come on mama, let's truck on down To the Golden Slipper and break'm down Nine thirteen on Taylor street They got good wiskey and pleanty'a pig meat But what'cha gonn'a do when they break the Golden Slipper up?

I Am The Black Ace. Bad Times Stomp. Drink On Little Girl. Your Leg's Too Little. Christmas Time Blues. Artist information: . 907, . 972. Instruments: Guitar, vocals. Real name: Black Ace is a performance name for Babe Kyro Lemon Turner. Turner, Black Ace Turner, Babe Turner.

Black Ace Babe Karo/Kyro Lemon Turner b. December 21, 1907 in Hughes Springs, Cass County, Texas d. November 7, 1972 at the St. Joseph Hospital in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas buried November 9, 1972 at Stean Cemetery in Malakoff, Henderson County, Texas discography. 10 inch 78 rpm Since this ain't no museum, my aim is not to depict actually existing specimen of 78 rpm records, but to show the labels as pristine as workmanlike possible even if this - in some cases - takes a whole lot of my time to photoshop process the initial data

Black Ace was the most frequently used stage name of American blues musician Babe Kyro Lemon Turner (b 21 December 1907, Hughes Springs, Texas – d 7 November 1972, Fort Worth, Texas), who was also known as . Turner, Black Ace Turner or Babe Turner. He was raised on the family farm, and taught himself to play guitar, performing in east Texas from the late 1920s on.

Under Cover is the third solo album of Joe Lynn Turner, released in 1997. It mostly consists of covers of artists that had a great influence on Turner. On the Japanese version of the album, "Gimme Some Lovin" and "I'm Your Man" are two separate tracks instead of one. "We're an American Band" (Brewer) - 3:32. Freedom" (Hendrix) - 4:04. Fire and Water" (Fraser/Rodgers) - 4:57. Street of Dreams" (Blackmore/Turner) - 5:14. Fortunate Son" (Fogerty) - 3:34. Vehicle" (Peterik) - 2:56.


Black Ace - Primary Artist
B.K. Turner - Primary Artist