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L. Burnside (November 23, 1926 – September 1, 2005) was an American blues singer, songwriter, and guitarist. He played music for much of his life but received little recognition before the early 1990s. In the latter half of that decade, Burnside recorded and toured with Jon Spencer, garnering crossover appeal and introducing his music to a new fan base in the punk and garage rock scenes.
Bob Burnside - Softness in Her Mind Broken Windowpane, 2017 02:51. Bob Burnside - Poppa Went to King Me ledupplenty, 2018 02:31. Bob Burnside - Wicked God Novenars, 2016 02:33. Bob Burnside - Sometimes All Kinds in Heaven, 2018 03:26. Bob Burnside - Ain't Had No Sleep ledupplenty, 2018 02:32. Bob Burnside - Damn Time (I Get to Rest in My Armchair) ledupplenty, 2018 03:05. Bob Burnside - To Where That Is, God Only Knows All Kinds in Heaven, 2018 02:23. Bob Burnside - Forgotten Novenars, 2016 02:20.
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Robert "Bob" Burnside was appointed the first president of the Surf Life Saving Association of America in 1964, which later became known as the United States Lifesaving Association. In 1965, he was appointed president of the National Surf Life Saving Association. In 1967, he developed the revolutionary plastic Burnside Rescue Can, now a standard for lifeguards worldwide and iconic symbol of beach lifeguarding. He was a champion swimmer who introduced the Malibu balsa surfboard to Australia.
The purists should be pleased by the live album Burnside on Burnside, recorded on a West Coast tour in the winter of 2001, which finds the Mississippi musician in Portland and San Francisco, backed only by second guitarist Kenny Brown and drummer Cedric Burnside, Burnside's grandson. The 74-year-old singer/guitarist rocks out furiously for the better part of the set, evoking obvious predecessors such as Muddy Waters and John Lee Hooker