The Scrapes debut album-proper Electric Mourning Blues. 9 offerings to the gods of apocalypse. au AND All Is Number Records: allisnumber. Next, the Scrapes are back with another fucking downer delight to suit your every suicide. a veritable virus of sadness and doom weepage.
The Scrapes Electric Mourning Blues. AVES ALES Mourning a Dove (. info, Правообладателям.
1 Before There's Nothing Left 2 Drivetime 3 Electric Mourning Blues 4 Cold Shoulders 5 Ecker's Tears 6 Orlok 7 The Last Cocktail 8 1914 9 Antarctic Beach.
Moanin' the Blues is Hank Williams' second album released on MGM Records released in 1952. Like Williams' debut LP Hank Williams Sings, Moanin' the Blues contained no new music at the time of its release. Unlike his debut, which was composed mostly of B-sides that had fared poorly upon release, his second album is packed with hits, including three smashes: "Lovesick Blues," "Long Gone Lonesome Blues," and "Honky Tonk Blues.
The Mourning Glories are on a bit of a break during the month of January. Miranda is visiting her home in Toronto, Marie is visiting in France and Shelley is in Rotterdam working on some personal projects). Since our dear friend, ship captain and fiddle player, Hans de Lind van Wijngarden, just happens to be docked in Rotterdam we thought we'd put him to good use! .
Anthology (The Moody Blues album). Anthology is a compilation album by the progressive rock band The Moody Blues. It was released on 20 October 1998 and nearly spans the band's entire career from 1965 to 1991. All songs written by Justin Hayward and performed by The Moody Blues, except where noted. Go Now" (Larry Banks, Milton Bennett) – 3:10. Tuesday Afternoon (Forever Afternoon)" – 4:48.
When he plugged himself in, Electric Blues was born and his big selling records on the Chess label meant everyone quickly followed him. His biggest rival at Chess was Howlin' Wolf, whose voice could move mountains, and they competed to see who could get the next big song from writer, bass-player and producer Willie Dixon. This album is a sublime example of modern Blues-Rock, with a combination of slow, soulful Blues, 'film-noire' soundtracks and good-time boogie numbers. On his ninth studio album, Joe Bonamassa's increasing confidence as a writer, as heard on 'Black Lung Heartache', 'Slow Train' and the title track, allows his songs to touch a nerve in the collective memory, like the best Blues should. It is astounding that, in the new Century, this archaic musical form still gives us such inspiring experiences.
Various Artists - The All Electric Blues Album feat. 16. You Don't Have To Go. Various Artists - The All Electric Blues Album feat. 17. Before You Accuse Me. Bo Diddley (Tribute Page). 31. Don't Start Me To Talkin'. Sonny Boy Williamson II. 2:37. Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup. 12. I'm a Lover Not a Fighter.
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