Blues Compilation


The roots of all American contemporary music has been The Blues.


A compilation album is generally used to mention a music that consists of songs that are not intended to be viewed as a solo work. Accordingly, the songs in the blues music compilation albums will usually include the music styles as well as the songs of Blue Music, performed by an assortment of artists.

The best blues compilation albums will usually consist of the best African-American music of Blues. Their music traverses an extensive array of emotions as well as musical styles. One music album, such as Feeling blue is articulated in songs whose rhymes lament unfairness or articulate craving for superior life and lost jobs, loves, and money. However, blues music is rough dance music, as well, which celebrates enjoyment as well as success.

The unique feature that makes a song a blues song is the small lowering of the pitch that tends to produce a sadder, darker, or stranger sound. Much of the best blues music compilation albums will be built on musical tones that include two or more notes, which are played all at once to make a particular harmonic sound. The 12-bar blues is considered an extremely common blues harmony progression.


Keni St Lewis’ credentials as a songwriter are impressive to say the least. His first platinum record was BOOGIE FEVER (The Sylvers) followed by HOT LINE (The Sylvers), HEAVEN MUST BE MISSING AN ANGEL (Tarvares), MEMORY LANE (Minnie Ripperton), SUPERLOVE (Johnny Gill), FAREWELL MY SUMMER LOVE (Michael Jackson), and on and on with hits on The Spinner, The O’Jay, Peaches and Herb.....


Paul Trugman: Guitars and Vocals Founder and main songwriter for Helmetboy, critically acclaimed (Billboard, Cashbox & Record World) Los Angeles based band on Electra/Asylum Records. Managed by Freddy Demann (Michael Jackson and Madonna) the band included members of Styx, Three Dog Night, and the hit show Beatlemania. Paul also has released 2 Paul Trugman CDs.


Music has always been a part of his life. Growing up, Theodis says this life-long love affair with music began when he lived on Highway 61 on the other side of the road from Miss Willie Mae's Juke Joint. "I would just sit on the steps and listen to the sounds coming from there", the heart and soul of the Blues. Since leaving Mississippi, Theodis always carried the "Mississippi Juke Joint Spirit" with him through his music.


Born and raised in Marion,Ind I fell in love with music around the age of five and have been singing since then. I started playing the saxophone in the seventh grade.While in the Army, and stationed in Germany, I joined a band called Mellow Maddness, where I sang and played in the horn section. After returning to the states, I went to Detroit College of Business receiving my bachelor's degree, but all along trying to bring out the music inside of me. Accepting Jesus at the age of ten, I have always enjoyed gospel music and tried to write gospel music in the traditional way.


From an early age I have always been driven by the goal to achieve as much as I possibly could, during that same time my granddaddy was a huge influence in my life. He was obsessed with the blues coming from the Caribbean he was soaked in Calypso, Mento, Blues and Reggae. I have been singing in various blues bands since the age of 20 building my confidence, listening and exploring different styles of blues whilst finding my own voice and style.


Carl T. Vreeland (aka Uncle Carl) has gained a great deal of experience over the years working with some of the most renowned artists/bands in pop, rock & roll, & R&B history. As either a guitarist, bassist, pianist, drummer, bandleader or sideman, Carl has toured and performed the world with such artists as Dion, Little Anthony & the Imperials, Gary U.S. Bonds, Sam Moore (Sam & Dave), Ben E. King, Leslie Gore, and Connie Francis.