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Biff Scarborough | Six Figure Blues

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Six Figure Blues

by Biff Scarborough

Smooth uncomplicated reflections on everyday love problems. Jimi Hendrix meets Alfred Hitchcock: Blues with clues. Six figure Blues, the title song, is the rich man's lament. Doctor, Doctor is certainly worthy of a listen.
Genre: Blues: Acoustic Blues
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1. Scotch and Soda
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2. Heartbreaker's Hall of Fame
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3. I Can't Take It
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4. Electric Chair
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5. Heart of Tomorrow
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6. Doctor, Doctor
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7. Santa Monica Bay
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8. Too Cool
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9. Six Figure Blues
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10. Got My Mojo Workin'
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11. Motherless Child
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12. Hush Hush
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Biff Scarborough has been writing songs and making music all his adult life - just mostly in the living room in front of the living tv. Since moving to california in 2004 Biff has been spreading his mixture of Blues and Jazz, or BLAZZ as he calls it, all over Southern California. His Voice can be heard Singing "You're So Mean" on the Season opener of TRUEBLOOD, He has also sang on Trailers for HOUSE, and MEN OF A CERTAIN AGE. A multi-instrumentalist Biff plays Guitar, Piano, Drums and Bass on many of the songs. Santa Monica Bay actually became popular in Ireland and rose to number 67 in the Blues category in 2010. Biff can also be heard on on track of Paul Oscher's Blues album BET ON THE BLUES which was nominated for the Blues Album of the Year.

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