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Earl Gaines - Crankshaft Blues album flac Performer: Earl Gaines
Title: Crankshaft Blues
Released: 2007
Country: Russia
MP3 album: 1481 mb
FLAC album: 1113 mb
Rating: 4.8
Other formats: MOD MP3 RA FLAC DTS MP1 WAV
Genre: Blues

Earl Gaines ‎– Crankshaft Blues. Label: Moon Records (2) ‎– MR 4551-2. Where Have You Been So Long. 4. Someday Things Are Gonna Change. 5. Baby, Baby What's Wrong. 6. You Don't Know But I Do.

Earl Gaines was born in Alabama in 1935. He left home at age 16 and headed for Nashville, hoping for a career as a blues singer. He hooked up with the great saxophonist Louis Brooks whose group the High-Toppers were the first call R&B session musicians in Nashville at the time. Earl fronted the group as a vocalist and also played drums from time to time. In his career Gaines recorded with the cream of Nashville's R&B sidemen including Johnny Jones, Billy Cox, Larry Lee, Freeman Brown, Skippy Brookes, Arron Varnell, Harrison Calloway and The Commanders.

Earl Gaines (August 19, 1935 – December 31, 2009) was an American rhythm & blues singer. In the latter capacity he had minor success with "The Best of Luck to You" (1966) and "Hymn Number 5" (1973).

Album · 2005 · 20 Songs. Earl Gaines Selected Hits. Nothin' But The Blues.

Lovin' Blues: The Starday-King Years 1967-1973. The years covered on WestSide's 1999 compilation Lovin' Blues: The Starday-King Years 1967-1973 are not necessarily among Earl Gaines' best-known or most-celebrated sides. The singles he cut in the late '50s and early '60s, primarily for Excello, form the core of his legacy, but this music is high-grade Southern soul all the same. The first part of the compilation is devoted to the 1969 album Lovin' Blues, which is a tight, passionate, unheralded minor gem of soul-blues, and then the rest of the compilation is devoted to singles and unreleased tracks.

Earl Gaines, Jr. (August 19, 1935 – December 31, 2009) was an American soul blues and electric blues singer. Noted as the best R&B singer from Nashville, Gaines was also known for his lengthy career.

Earl Gaines Crankshaft Blues. Earl Gains 12 - It's Love Baby (24 Hours A Day) - 2007 - Crankshaft Blues. Earl Gains 05 - Baby, Baby What's Wrong - 2007 - Crankshaft Blues. Earl Gains 01 - Don't Take My Kindness For A Weakness - 2007 - Crankshaft Blues. 11 Earl Gaines Beatles Blues- Oh Darling.

Tracklist

1 Don't Take My Kindness For A Weakness 2:57
2 Where Have You Been So Long 3:28
3 Crankshaft Blues 7:43
4 Someday Things Are Gonna Change 2:53
5 Baby, Baby What's Wrong 3:49
6 You Don't Know But I Do 4:09
7 I Believe In Your Love 5:38
8 Farther Up The Road 2:11
9 Good News Real Bad 3:29
10 Doctor Lady 3:22
11 Hey Hey I Love You 2:49
12 It's Love Baby (24 Hours A Day) 2:37

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Blue Label
  • Copyright (c) – Bluesland Productions
  • Licensed To – Blue Label
  • Made By – Blue Label
  • Distributed By – SPV GmbH – SPV 95782 CD

Notes

Digipak.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 6 93723 95782 1
  • Barcode (Scanned): 693723957821
  • Label Code: LC 14576

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SPV 95782 CD Earl Gaines Crankshaft Blues ‎(CD, Album) Soyuz Music SPV 95782 CD Russia 2007
MR 4551-2 Earl Gaines Crankshaft Blues ‎(CD, Album) Moon Records MR 4551-2 Ukraine 2007