Sparky Rucker - Bound To Sing The Blues mp3 album
James 'Sparky' Rucker, James 'Sparky' Ruker, James "Sparky" Rucker, Rucker, Sparky & Rhonda Rucker. Marketplace 127 For Sale. Bound To Sing The Blues (LP). JA 017. Sparky Rucker. Cold And Lonesome On A Train (LP, Album). June Appal Recordings. Heroes And Hard Times (LP).
JAMES SPARKY RUCKER has been singing songs and telling stories for over fifty years. Sparky accompanies himself on guitar, banjo, and spoons, and has released fifteen recordings. Sparky grew up in Knoxville, Tennessee and began playing guitar at age eleven. During Sparky's career as a folksinger and social activist, he has been on the boards of Sing Out! magazine, the John Henry Memorial Foundation, and the Southern Folk Cultural Revival Project (SFCRP). He also toured throughout the South with the SFCRP for several years with such luminaries as John D. Loudermilk, Johnny Shines, Ola Belle Reed, Dewey Balfa, Dock Boggs, Anne Romaine, Alice Gerrard, Hazel Dickens, Nimrod Workman, Hedy West, Mike Seeger, and Bessie Jones & the Georgia Sea Island Singers. Sparky's early blues mentors include Rev.
The Simpsons Sing the Blues is the first album released as an offshoot of The Simpsons. The album contains originally recorded music not featured in the series save for the first verse of the track "Moaning Lisa Blues" which was first featured in the episode "Moaning Lisa", which aired in the United States on February 11, 1990. The album was released on December 4, 1990, and peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard 200.
Born to Sing the Blues is Shirley Bassey's debut album, released on a 10" LP in 1957 by the Philips Records label. Long-playing records were newly introduced in the mid-1950s and the 10" album was briefly introduced as an album format.
5. Right to Sing the Blues. 6. It's too Late Brother. 7. East Virginia Blues. 9. Morning Dew. 10. You're The One. 11. Work SotHard. 12. Midnight in Berlin.
The disc forms another consistent Baldry primer visiting the rich diversity of blues styles, from the quiet folk-blues of "Whoa Back Buck" (longtime colleague Papa John King tearing up his slide guitar) to jump blues party tunes like opener "They Raided the Joint. Vocal sidekick Kathi McDonald also carries the torch, especially on an incendiary title track already highlighted by a scorching Colin James guitar riff. On occasion, the tall one is too much the mannered gentleman for the good of his muse
Quality Music 100. Perry Como. I gotta right to sing the blues, I gotta right to feel low-down, I gotta right t' hang around, down around the river. A certain gal in this ol. iew full lyrics.
|A1||If I Had Possession||2:45|
|A2||Down The Valley||3:20|
|A3||A Road Song||3:30|
|A6||Where Jesus Is, Tis Heaven There||3:08|
|B2||Ballad For S.G.||6:30|
|B3||Come On In My Kitchen||3:48|
|B5||Keep Your Lamp Trimmed And Burning||2:12|
|B6||We'll Never Turn Back||2:40|
- Harmonica, Guitar – John "Papa Duck" Mickleson*