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Title: I've Sang The Blues So Long
Style: Country
MP3 album: 1254 mb
FLAC album: 1732 mb
Rating: 4.9
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Genre: Folk and Country

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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.

I Am the Blues is the sixth studio Chicago blues album released in 1970 by the well-known bluesman Willie Dixon. The album features songs written by Dixon and originally performed by other artists for Chess Records. Four of the nine songs on I Am the Blues – "Back Door Man", "Spoonful", "I Ain't Superstitious", "The Little Red Rooster" – were originally performed by Howlin' Wolf

I'm singing the blues. Now, I know the explanation But to me that's no consolation No, no, it just goes to show you No matter how you love, everybody has got to lose And since I've lost, I'd rather walk around and woe I guess I just walk the darkest avenue. I'm singing the blues. Now, it strikes me kinda funny how love can be this way 'Cause we were lovin' 'til last night honey, yeah. I'm alone again today

The Chainsaw Blues Cowboys James Chainsaw and Erich Chainsaw Zann put all their guts in a music mixing distorted and aggressive types of vocals and the melody of a bluesy guitar. They will take you in musical experience filled with movies influences where the unlikely meeting of Sergio Leone & Rob Zombie could have been happening

The Blues Brothers recorded their first album, Briefcase Full of Blues, in 1978 while opening for comedian Steve Martin at Los Angeles' Universal Amphitheatre. The album reached on the Billboard 200, went double platinum, and featured Top 40 hit recordings of Sam and Dave's "Soul Man" and The Chips' "Rubber Biscuit". Belushi's wife, Judith Jacklin, and his friend, Tino Insana, wrote a book, Blues Brothers: Private, that further fleshed out the Blues Brothers' universe and gave a back story for the first movie. In 1981, Best of the Blues Brothers was released, with a previously unreleased track, a version of The Soul Survivors' "Expressway to Your Heart", and alternate live recordings of "Everybody Needs Somebody to Love" and "Rubber Biscuit"; this album would be the first of several compilations and hits collections issued over the years.

Gary Moore he just asked my name signed my program shook his handsaid thank you and left Kind Regards Phil Strat. phurba Mar 08 2017, 01:33 PM reply.

1990's Still Got The Blues album was an abrupt and risky game-changer that reignited the tradition of blistering British blues guitar. From Taylor’s point of view, Andy and Graham were perfect for Gary because it was really all about Gary and his guitar, so he didn’t want any ‘surprises’ from his backing band. He wanted the landscape clear so he could do exactly what he wanted. He didn’t want to hear that the bass player had put a funny note in there. Or the drummer had suddenly done a drum fill when he wasn’t expecting one. With Bob (Daisley) and Brian (Downey) Gary wanted a different feel, but also to bring in guys he had played with before, who were mates. Bob Daisley was the one guy who could make Gary laugh all time.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 It Takes More Than Love
Songwriter – Larry Denham*
A2 Cold, Cold Heart
Songwriter – Hank Williams
A3 I Couldn't Stand To See You Cry
Songwriter – Larry Denham*
A4 Take All You Can From Me
Songwriter – Larry Denham*
A5 I Saw The Light
Songwriter – Hank Williams
B1 Lovesick Blues
Songwriter – Friend*, Mills*
B2 One Night Affair
Songwriter – Larry Denham*
B3 I Can't Help It If I'm Still In Love With You
Songwriter – Hank Williams
B4 I'll Have A Castle
Songwriter – Larry Denham*
B5 I've Sand The Blues So Long
Songwriter – Larry Denham*


  • Bass – Larry Karr
  • Drums – Dennis Beard
  • Recorded By – Stan Louden
  • Steel Guitar – "Boogie" Sherrard
  • Vocals – Larry W. Denham


Self Released. Back jacket is blank white.

Recorded by Stan Louden,
5325 Lone Oak Tr.
Louisville, KY 40214

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label A Side): A RP 9639
  • Matrix / Runout (Label B Side): A RP 9640