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The Blues Brothers: Briefcase Full of Blues
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Jukebox Corner returns as I go over the 1978 album debut for The Blues Brothers titled 'Briefcase Full of Blues'... Warning: Horrible singing included!
Briefcase Full Of
The Blues Brothers
Recorded Live at the
Universal Amphitheater in Los Angeles on September 9, 1978
Was the number on
the Billboard 200 February 3-9, 1979, knocking off 52nd
Street by Billy Joel
Joilet Jake Blues /
John Belushi – Vocals on everything by Rubber Biscuit
Blues / Dan Aykroyd – Harmonica / Vocals
Murphy – Lead Guitar
Colonel’ Cropper – Guitar
Dunn – Bass
Paul Shaffer –
Steve Jordan –
Lou ‘Blue Lou’
Marina – Tenor & Alto Sax
Tom ‘Triple Scale’
Scott – Tenor & Alto Sax
Tom ‘Bones Maline’
- Trombone, Trumpet, Tenor & Baritone Sax
Fabulous’ Rubin - Trumpet
Back of Dust Jacket Includes The Origin Of The Blues Brothers!
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